LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Teachers' pay claims 'legitimate'; Shooting suspect 'angry' YouTube stopped paying her for videos

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Teachers' pay claims 'legitimate'; Shooting suspect 'angry' YouTube stopped paying her for videos

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IRELAND: Education Minister Richard Bruton has acknowledged that teachers do have "legitimate" pay claims.

IRELAND: There are calls today for a different approach to teaching young people about sex in schools.

IRELAND: Cork Airport is to lose its first and only service to the US for the winter.

IRELAND: Revelations of alleged email hacking and serious corporate governance clashes at Independent News and Media, the country’s largest newspaper publisher, have their roots in September and October 2016 meetings.

WORLD: A woman opened fire with a handgun in a courtyard at YouTube headquarters in California, wounding three people before fatally shooting herself, was angry because the company had stopped paying her for videos she posted on the platform, her father has told the Bay Area News Group.

ANALYSIS: Caroline O’Doherty answers all the questions relating to the review of sex education in schools.

SPORT: In February, Tipperary selector Shane Stapleton was concussed following an seemingly innocuous collision with Clare’s Jamie Malone at Cusack Park in Ennis. The incident triggered a frightening chain reaction with seizures, hospitalisation, and being unable to work for almost a month. Now fully recovered, he tells his story to John Fogarty

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FEATURES: Why is our idea of how a woman should look so inherently tied to the preferred feminine? asks the newly-shorn Geraldine Walsh.

SHOWBIZ: The BBC has released a statement about a 2011 episode from the series Human Planet which it says “breached editorial standards” by inaccurately portraying an element of life featuring a tribe from Papua New Guinea.

VIRAL: The students of the school in Florida which was targetted by a gunman in February returned from spring break on Monday to a wave of new security measures, including mandatory clear backpacks for all students.

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