BULLETIN: Stars come out for Liam Miller tribute match in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Here's your morning bulletin.

BULLETIN: Stars come out for Liam Miller tribute match in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Here's your morning bulletin.


IRELAND: Three teenage female college students have been raped in Cork since the start of the university term.

IRELAND: The Bishop of Cork and Ross was lucky to escape injury after his car was among several vehicles which were pelted with stones as they drove along a busy road on the southside of Cork City.

IRELAND: Alex Ferguson has revealed how he was “smitten” with Liam Miller’s midfield intelligence the first time he saw the Cork man play.

WORLD: US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has declared in a televised interview that he never sexually assaulted anyone in high school or at any other time in his life.

ANALYSIS: There is an urgent need for housing, but in our rush to provide it we risk creating antisocial blocks that ignore the needs of communities, says Emma Lane-Spollen.

ANALYSIS: If Britain can leave with a better deal than it had when it was a member, that’s the end of the EU, writes Fergus Finlay.

BUSINESS: A Cork life sciences company is looking to commercialise its breakthrough cell detection technology that could revolutionise cancer diagnostics and other research.

SPORT: As expected the well-flagged appointment of Liam Sheedy as manager of the Tipperary senior hurling team was ratified last night by Tipperary GAA board.

SPORT: Liam Miller made a swift impact at Celtic through his running ability. And when the club won the Scottish Premier Division title in 1998 — stopping fierce rivals Rangers’ 10-in-a-row bid — Miller wasn’t about to forget his old athletics coach back in Kilmurry, Co Cork, dispatching a gesture she would always treasure.


FEATURES: Debate: Are our kids doing too much? Jen Hogan and Pat Fitzpatrick argue their cases.

FEATURES: Making Cents: Few Irish people understand rate of inheritance tax.

CULTURE: Karl Pilkington once knocked the world of TV on the head, and Sky have persuaded back to the small screen for his first TV drama.

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