What it says in the papers
Twenty court guardians to children each received in excess of €100,000 from Tusla and luxury Knightsbridge retirement home will incorporate tunnel to Harrods
- The domestic puppy-farming industry in Ireland is examined on page three as increasing numbers of dogs with health and genetic problems are smuggled from Ireland into Britain.
- U2 have confirmed a world tour next year and say their new album Songs of Experience, a companion piece to 2014's Songs of Innocence, will be released in the autumn. It is expected that given the band's 40th anniversary, it will be released in their home city...
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