MORNING BULLETIN: Naughten won’t be forced from office; Cork city traders oppose car ban

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MORNING BULLETIN: Naughten won’t be forced from office; Cork city traders oppose car ban

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IRELAND: Naughten won’t be forced from office, despite facing accusations of giving out 'inside information' over a media deal.

IRELAND: A new opinion poll shows support for Leo Varadkar and Fine Gael has fallen.

IRELAND: Park the car ban, demand Cork city centre traders who voted unanimously to support calls for the controversial three-week-old afternoon car ban on the city’s main street to be abandoned.

IRELAND: Prison officers believe the rule of law has 'disappeared' from prisons and assaults on officers have become an accepted norm, according to the president of their representative body.

WORLD: Southwest Airlines pilot lauded for handling crisis

VIEWS: Mutual needs maintain 60-year alliance between US and Japan, writes Robert Boxwell .

BUSINESS: Ben Dunne: Retail rents to slump

SPORT: Zebo may be odd man out for Munster in Bordeaux

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FEATURES: Rape survivor Madeleine Black is taking back her life through forgiveness, writes Colette Sheridan.

CULTURE: Cork actor Michael Mellamphy has a bite of Big Apple

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