Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

Tax break worth thousands to lure emigrants home and farm children less likely to develop asthma

27th September, 2016
Tuesday, September 27

The top stories in Tuesday's newspapers:



No new judges until reformed system in place, says Ross (p1)

Apple profit belongs in US, says OECD chief (p1)

Farm children less likely to develop asthma or allergies (p1)

Dublin Bus management and unions to begin intensive talks on pay rises today (p2)

Dublin housing scheme delayed until next year (p3)

Coveney to bring housing bill to Cabinet (p8)

Polls show Clinton and Trump gap narrowing (p11)

Credit unions, Lush and An Post top customer service poll (p18)

Ireland's corporate tax rate not under threat, OECD tax chief says (p19)



Investors shun Deutsche as bank denies seeking help from Berlin (p1)

Labour sets out leftwing economy plan (p1)

Axel Springer chief breaks consensus to back 'better-off' Britain after Brexit (p1)

Fed on the ropes as Yellen seeks to counter Trump's body blows (p4)

Court to rule on Obama climate change plan (p6)

Italy to hold reforms poll in December (p8)

FT Big Read: US energy – global market, local problems (p11)

Pfizer drops plan to split in two as cost of separation judged 'value destructive' (p15)

Aldi posts record sales but price war hits margins (p19)



Tax break worth thousands to lure home emigrants (p1)

Race to solve bus strike for big game (p1)

Head to head: Clinton edges in front (p1)

New laws tackle revenge porn, harassment and cyber stalkers (p6)

Three jurors replaced for trial of Seán FitzPatrick (p15)

Hospitals forced to 'supersize' beds amid obesity crisis among patients (p16)

Swing states hold key to battle for White House (p22)

NTMA boss says Ireland will benefit from Brexit as sterling slide continues (p30)

Temple Bar pub toasts profit of €2.7 million (p29)



Council votes for car ban in heart of Cork city (p1)

Fianna Fáil says more families will suffer over mortgage rules (p1)

Drivers put brakes on bus stoppages (p1

Reports calls for agency and laws to tackle online abuse (p1)

ISPCA seized 1,100 animals in 2015 (p3)

Garda union branches at odds over pay proposal (p4)

TDs' Dáil attendance improves significantly (p5)

Union boss sees teachers 'heading for full strike' (p8)

Noonan says no threat to 12.5 per cent corporate tax rate (p14)

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