BULLETIN: Polish man charged with New Year's Day murder; Storm Eleanor leaves Meath mum homeless

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BULLETIN: Polish man charged with New Year's Day murder; Storm Eleanor leaves Meath mum homeless

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IRELAND: A Co Meath mum had a lucky escape when two trees came crashing through her home during storm Eleanor, writes Louise Walsh.

IRELAND: Gardaí have begun a probe after a74-year-old man was found with head injuries on a roadway  in Passage West, Co Cork in the early hours of this morning.

IRELAND: A Polish man has appeared in court charged with the New Year’s murder of another Polish man in Co Cavan.

IRELAND: A Donegal Sinn Féin TD has said it 'beggars belief' that a Junior Minister landed a €13,000 pay rise for one of her staff.

WORLD: Apple has warned owners of its iPhones, iPads and computers that they are affected by a processor flaw that could leave them vulnerable to hackers.

BUSINESS: The chief of the IDA has said it was still up to Apple whether or not to build its much delayed €850m data centre at Athenry, and it was“unreasonable” for the tech giant to commit at this stage before planning appeals have been exhausted.

SPORT: Barkley close to Chlesea move? And other football rumours from the media today.

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FEATURES: Ask Audrey: 'I’m afraid it’s impossible to stay classywhile admitting you bought a house in Glanmire'.

SHOWBIZ David Attenborough has criticised Bear Grylls over the killing of animals on his TV shows.

VIRAL: As Ashes traditions go, watching former Australian prime minister Bob Hawke chug a beer in the stands is probably the creme de la creme.

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