MORNING BULLETIN: At least three cancer cases among Kerry scan follow-ups; 56% in favour of repealing the Eighth Amendment

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MORNING BULLETIN: At least three cancer cases among Kerry scan follow-ups; 56% in favour of repealing the Eighth Amendment

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IRELAND: A majority of people are in favour of repealing the Eighth Amendment and allowing abortion without restriction for up to 12 weeks, according to a new poll.

IRELAND: The number of patients affected by either missed or delayed diagnoses at University Hospital Kerry following a review of scans has risen to 10.

IRELAND: Cork City Council is among six local authorities which have  failed to appoint a vacant homes officer six months after being ordered to do so.

VIEWS: Abortion is not as black and white as people might portray it, and ‘there is a lot of grey’ in this profound, complex moral issue.

BUSINESS: Guinness growth boosts Diageo but Irish sales are flat.

SPORT: Declan Rice may have a decision to make on his international future after England boss Gareth Southgate revealed he was monitoring the Ireland U21 midfielder.

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FEATURES:  Ask Audrey: 'Poor Leo can’t win. Unless he’s up against Simon Coveney'.

CULTURE:  Aardman animator Nick Park tells Esther McCarthy how his latest feature took two full years just to painstakingly film the scenes.

SHOWBIZ:  Nicole Scherzinger, Beyonce and Madonna are tocelebrate Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 70th birthday by featuring on a new compilation album.

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