MORNING BULLETIN: Multimillion-euro fodder package for farmers; 87 million users may have been hit by Facebook scandal

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MORNING BULLETIN: Multimillion-euro fodder package for farmers; 87 million users may have been hit by Facebook scandal

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IRELAND: A multimillion-euro scheme aimed at supporting struggling farmers import fodder is to be announced by the agriculture minister today.

IRELAND: Low-cost, long-haul airline Norwegian could face two inquiries into its decision to cancel winter flights from Cork and Shannon Airports to the US, just nine months after launching a year-round service.

IRELAND: A 53-year-old pedestrian was killed in an overnight road accident in Co Sligo last night.

WORLD: Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has insisted he is still the right person to lead the company as it revealed 87 million users could have been affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

SPORT: All-Ireland winning Tipperary captain Brendan Maher has admitted he was partly to blame for pushing his team-mates too hard last year.

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FEATURES: Heart-stopping poison once used on the arrow tips of tribal warriors points the way towards that most elusive of contraceptive devices: the male birth control pill.

SHOWBIZ: Viewers have said Patrick Kielty did his late father proud, following a BBC programme about his death at the hands of paramilitary gunmen.

VIRAL: Someone has added googly eyes to a few of the creatures on a Dublin Bridge, adding hilarity to people’s commutes.

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