BULLETIN: Post mortems due on bodies of men recovered from Kerry harbour; Three arrested after Cork manhunt

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BULLETIN: Post mortems due on bodies of men recovered from Kerry harbour; Three arrested after Cork manhunt

Here's your morning bulletin.

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IRELAND: Autopsies will take place today on the bodies of three men recovered from the water just offshore at Coonana Harbour in south Kerry yesterday.

IRELAND: Three men who fled a crashed car were arrested after a large manhunt on the northern fringes of Cork City.

IRELAND: Consumer confidence has slumped to a 21-month low amid rising concerns over Brexit, increased household costs such as rent and heat, and limited expectations of gains in next week’s Budget.

IRELAND: Simon Communities: Government can solve homelessness crisis before it becomes the new 'normal'

WORLD: A Yale University classmate of Brett Kavanaugh has disputed the US supreme court nominee’s characterisation of his drinking while in college.

WORLD: A statue of Donald Trump being stared down by Roald Dahl character Matilda has been unveiled near the author’s former home in England.

ANALYSIS: Political Editor Daniel McConnell revisits the fateful days leading up to the bailout, telling the story of one of Ireland’s darkest days — in the words of the people who were there.

BUSINESS: BMW Group Ireland has said it will inject €37m across its operations in the Republic as it pushes its electric vehicle sub-brand, the BMW i.

SPORT: Heading into yesterday’s singles matches, Europe held a number of decisive advantages, writes John McHenry.

SPORT: Munster would be well advised to bear in mind the immediate aftermath of their two previous runaway wins on home territory when celebrating Saturday night’s record Guinness PRO14 demolition of an understrength and hapless Ulster combination.

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FEATURES: Ahead of ECHOES, a three-day event at Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre (October 5-7) to celebrate the work of Maeve Binchy and other Irish writers, Helen O’Callaghan asks six authors about their favourite Binchy book and her influence.

CULTURE: As part of the upcoming Words by Water literary festival, Alannah Hopkin has edited a collection of poems, stories and memories from Kinsale.

VIRAL: In Pictures: Watch how people responded to this ‘mountain gorilla’ on the loose.

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