BULLETIN: Cabinet to consider further action over CervicalCheck scandal; Seven dead in Australia shooting

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BULLETIN: Cabinet to consider further action over CervicalCheck scandal; Seven dead in Australia shooting

IRELAND: Cabinet to consider more action over CervicalCheck scandal on Tony O'Brien's last day as HSE chief.

IRELAND: A Canadian tourist helped save a man from drowning during a dramatic river rescue in the centre of Cork city last night.

IRELAND: Tributes have been paid to a brave little girl who has died suddenly just days after meeting her idol, pop star Ed Sheeran.

WORLD: Four children and three adults have been found dead at a home in rural Western Australia.

SPORT: Ronan O'Gara shares his thoughts ahead of this weekend's Champions Cup final between Leinster and Racing 92.

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FEATURE: For a child with autism a busy supermarket, with its glaring lights and background noise, can be overwhelming. Now, stores are making changes to make it easier for families, writes John Daly.

SHOWBIZ: Barbara Windsor’s husband has revealed the EastEnders star has sometimes forgotten they are married since being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

ARTS: Glastonbury may be on a break, but there are plenty other festivals to tempt you overseas over the next few months. Ed Power selects ten of the best.

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