What it says in the papers

China builds public conveniences in bid to push travel as new growth engine and billionaires more likely to be college drop-outs than post-grads

4th April, 2016
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Irish Times leads with the massive leak of an international law firm's files which has exposed the offshore holdings of current and former world leaders.

- The government has re-advertised the €3.6 million tender for subsidised air services to the Aran Islands.

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