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What it says in the papers

HSE to cut drugs bill by €500 million over four years and personal jetpacks to go into mass production

18th May, 2016
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- The University of Limerick is to terminate a legal proceedings for defamation against the Limerick Leader newspaper.

- Patrick Logue writes that cyclists must stop peddling excuses for breaking the law.

- The clinical professor of forensic psychiatry at the Central Mental Hospital Harry Kennedy writes that prisons have now become a dumping ground for the mentally ill.

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