LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Illegal adoption 'another dark chapter in our history'; Cameron Reilly's phone could contain evidence

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Illegal adoption 'another dark chapter in our history'; Cameron Reilly's phone could contain evidence

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IRELAND: The revelation that adoptions were illegally registered by St Patrick's Guild opens "another dark chapter in our history" the Taoiseach has said.

IRELAND: A phone belonging to Cameron Reilly could contain evidence that he was lured to his death.

IRELAND: A man who dipped his toe in the adventure boat business after beating cancer hopes to create waves with his new Cork Harbour tour-boat venture linking the city to Cobh.

WORLD: A “hero” grandfather sheltered six people in his top-floor flat in Grenfell Tower on the night it was destroyed by fire, an inquiry has heard.

BUSINESS: British manufacturers have turned up the pressure on the government to abandon one of its post-Brexit customs proposals, slamming the idea of a technology-based plan for border checks as naive and a waste of money.

SPORT: Munster legend Paul O’Connell wants the province to develop a production system to develop talent from grassroots and schools level and not rely on ‘short term fixes’.

SPORT: Cork City boss John Caulfield has expressed his shock at the serious assault which left Waterford boss Alan Reynolds in hospital.

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FEATURE: Geraldine Walsh was never shy as a child, rather an introvert. That has its pros and cons as it’s followed her into parenthood.

FEATURE: Expectations of boys are outdated, restrictive, and inaccurate, writes mother of seven, Jen Hogan.

SHOWBIZ: Bernard Brogan is about to become a first time Dad.

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