BULLETIN: Woman charged with murder of three-year-old daughter; White House official claims 'secret resistance'

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BULLETIN: Woman charged with murder of three-year-old daughter; White House official claims 'secret resistance'


IRELAND: A 42-year-old woman has been charged with the murder of her three-year-old daughter.

IRELAND: A Cork-based property developer has said he has not seen a housing crisis like the current situation in his 40 years in the business, and has proposed emergency measures aimed at increasing supply in the short to medium term.

IRELAND: Cork County Council has granted conditional planning permission for a Lidl supermarket in Douglas that had a previous application rejected by An Bord Pleanála.

WORLD: A senior Trump administration official has claimed to be part of a group of people “working diligently from within” to impede the president’s “worst inclinations” in an unsigned opinion piece published in The New York Times.

VIEWS: Nothing prevents the US economy from being run in a way that spreads the wealth except the greed of the elite.

SPORT: Paudie Murray's assessment after his first few months as Cork camogie manager was that a culture change among players was required.

SPORT: Is it time to conscript draft-dodging players into national service? asks Tommy Martin.


SHOWBIZ: A US politician is suing Sacha Baron Cohen for $95 million alleging he was tricked into appearing on the comedian’s latest TV show.

FEATURE: Learning Points: Lessons to be learned for child who fears school.

CULTURE: The bass player from The Specials has put his spin on classic characters from the ‘Beano’, producing a series of art pieces celebrating 80 years of the comic.

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