MORNING BULLETIN: HSE under fire over missed diagnoses; About 30,000 affected by tracker mortgage scandal

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MORNING BULLETIN: HSE under fire over missed diagnoses; About 30,000 affected by tracker mortgage scandal

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IRELAND: The Heath Minister will brief the cabinet this morning on timelines needed to have an abortion referendum in the middle of next year.

IRELAND: The total number of peopleaffected by the tracker mortgage scandal will not go far beyond 30,000, according to Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe.

BUSINESS: Voucher system helps keeps Dunnes Stores ahead of retail rivals.

VIEWS: Policy makers don’t really like advocacy, it puts them under pressure. That’s why they make it difficult to fund, writes Fergus Finlay.

WORLD:Three confirmed dead after US train derails  during first run on faster route.

SPORT: The World Cup play-off defeat by Denmark cast Irish football into another period of introspection. Where are the players?

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FEATURES: ‘I won’t survive another winter’ - the last words of woman who died in a doorway.

VIRAL: Dreams of a white Christmas may be rapidly melting away, but in Swedish Laplandtemperatures have dipped sufficiently for the ICEHOTEL to fling open its frozen doors.

SHOWBIZ: ‘I wasn’t deliberately silent’, says Meryl Streep in response to Rose McGowan tweet.

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