BULLETIN: Two staff members killed in Chicago hospital shooting identified

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BULLETIN: Two staff members killed in Chicago hospital shooting identified

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WORLD: Two members of staff killed in a shooting at a Chicago hospital that left four dead, also including the gunman and a police officer, have been identified.

IRELAND: An expert group examining the scale and causes of delayed discharges from hospital has been unable to produce any meaningful recommendations to tackle the problem this winter because of the poor quality of data available to it.

IRELAND: The Irish football fan found dead in Denmark on Sunday has been named locally as David Clerkin from Drogheda, Co Louth.

IRELAND: Gardaí have deployed additional resources to target suspected organised begging in Cork city following a visible increase in the activity on the streets in recent days.

IRELAND: More than two in five postgraduate research students have seriously considered dropping out of their degree, mainly because of financial or personal issues, a major national survey reveals.

ANALYSIS: Almost half of female journalists report having experienced work-related sexual harassment, writes Hannah Storm.

BUSINESS: The arrest of Nissan Motor Co’s chairman Carlos Ghosn on charges he under-reported his income and misused company funds caused the company’s shares to tumble and left many in Japan shocked.

SPORT: The one moment of real cheer for the loud and loyal travelling support in Denmark came with the arrival into senior international football, with 10 minutes remaining, of Michael Obafemi. However, this was to be no fairytale introduction for the 18-year-old, as the night ended with another clean sheet — at both ends — for Ireland, meaning it’s now just one win in 11 games.

SPORT: Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has warned his former Munster players that beating New Zealand will only make it harder for Ireland as they build towards next year’s World Cup in Japan.

SPORT: Cork goalkeeper Anthony Nash has defended the Super 11s Fenway Classic and believes the competition should continue in the years ahead.

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FEATURES: Leaving the tech speak to the geeks, Esther N McCarthy says the Huawei Mate Pro 20 has some pretty nifty features, not least its cool camera.

CULTURE: Michael Lewis's latest book on America again produces a riveting read on what could be such a dry subject, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.

SHOWBIZ: I’m A Celebrity’s Anne Hegerty has opened up on the heartbreak of losing her father. The 60-year-old – who stars in The Chase – said she relied on her father Ken for support and he helped her cope after being diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome aged 47.

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