BULLETIN: Disappointment over more adversarial process amid cautious welcome for cancer scandal tribunal

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BULLETIN: Disappointment over more adversarial process amid cautious welcome for cancer scandal tribunal

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IRELAND: A support group for women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy has expressed disappointment that a scheme to address their claims is not the “totally non-adversarial process” promised by the Taoiseach.

IRELAND: Teachers, university lecturers, and other key public servants will be asked to work until they are 70 in a bid to cut back on spiralling pension costs and to shore up staff gaps in vital frontline services.

IRELAND: A woman whose daughter was assaulted was terrified by a follow-up incident where a car was outside their house revving up, with smoke coming off the tyres.

IRELAND: Logo similarities raise doubt over whether ‘we are Cork’.

WORLD: Canada is now the largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace as sales began early on Wednesday in Newfoundland.

ANALYSIS: If Irish-American ‘Beto’ O’Rourke wins seat from incumbent Ted Cruz in traditionally Republican Texas, it will boost Democrats’ chances of taking control of the Senate, says Bette Browne.

BUSINESS: Outsourcing firm Voxpro said it is to create 400 jobs in Cork as it opens a new office alongside its headquarters at City Gate in Mahon.

SPORT: The fact it was a 21-year-old Liverpool player who has never made a Premier League appearance who scored the winner against Martin O’Neill’s beleaguered team at the Aviva should be the ultimate wake-up call for the Republic at a time when they are so desperate for new beginnings, writes Chris Hatherall.

SPORT: Perhaps it’s time Martin O'Neill provided a rare glimpse of clarity by seeking a new challenge elsewhere, says John Fallon.

SPORT: Referee James Owens has revealed the abuse his family were subjected to after last year’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Waterford and Cork.

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FEATURES: Donal O’Keeffe spent the night on Spike Island in Cork as part of Focus Ireland’s Shine A Light sleep-out. He spoke to six business leaders who also took part.

CULTURE: It was a long march for Rhys Darby to go from the New Zealand army to starring in Flight Of The Conchords, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.

EXAMVIRAL: A tourist got this picture of the Eiffel Tower and the internet is going crazy.

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