BULLETIN: 'Game changer' for homelessness crisis; 18 arrests in Carlow day-of-action

Here's your lunchtime bulletin.

BULLETIN: 'Game changer' for homelessness crisis; 18 arrests in Carlow day-of-action

Here's your lunchtime bulletin.


IRELAND: The homeless charity, Peter McVerry Trust, has hailed the Government's new Housing First strategy as "a game changer in the State’s response to homelessness".

IRELAND: Gardaí have arrested 18 people during a day-of-action in the Carlow area.

IRELAND: 'What are ye elected for, at all?' - Fine Gael Minister hits out at Sinn Féin as Eoghan Murphy survives no-confidence vote.

IRELAND: Nominations for the presidential election have officially closed, leaving six candidates in the running.

IRELAND: It’s a mark of the man Liam Miller was that footballing legends most of us only ever saw on telly, travelled to a stadium not known for hosting foreign games, to honour his memory and to raise funds for his bereft family.

IRELAND: Glittering evening at City Hall gala dinner: ‘Down the park’ was for the hoi polloi, but City Hall was more bourgeois — the second leg of the Liam Miller Tribute event was an evening of glamour for the better known businessmen and professionals of Cork, where black tie was the order of the night.

SPORT: It’s us who were enriched and renewed from the experience of the Liam Miller match. In the knowledge and the comfort that we did well by one of our fallen. We did right, writes Tadhg Coakley.

SPORT: Larry Ryan picks out five storylines from a special day as a hometown hero rolled back years.

For all our Liam Miller match coverage, click here.

WORLD: President Donald Trump has lashed out at Iran, with national security adviser John Bolton also warning there would be “hell to pay” if Tehran crossed the US.

BUSINESS: German discount retailer, Lidl, has said up to 2,000 jobs will be created in building its €100m distribution centre in Kildare, which will be the size of three football stadia.

BUSINESS: Almost one-third of Irish women are unhappy with their work-life balance, new research has found.

ANALYSIS: On September 29, 1938, Czechoslovakia was sacrificed to Nazi Germany by the UK and France, in their catastrophic hurry to appease Hitler. That lesson is still relevant today, writes Yuriy Filatov.


EXAMVIRAL: PIC: Michael D Higgins did the Mexican wave at the Liam Miller match and looked like he was having the best time!

TECHNOW: Future of education? A summit in Dublin is to hear that traditional homework could be a thing of the past.

FEATURES: Bosco shares some wise words: With Bosco’s 40th Anniversary Tour launching next month, Donal O’Keeffe got some help in interviewing Ireland’s most famous 5-year-old.

FOOD: New research now suggests that eating a Mediterranean diet could even help prevent depression. Here are six mood-boosting meals to try.

CULTURE: Conor O’Brien and his Villagers have tweaked their sound again for their fourth album, writes Eoghan O’Sullivan.

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