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A woman holds a handwritten placard and a small dog as demonstrators gather at the Indonesian consulate in Sydney today.
A woman holds a handwritten placard and a small dog as demonstrators gather at the Indonesian consulate in Sydney today.
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WHAT’S THE STORY

1. #EARTHQUAKE: The Red Cross wants a number of Irish people in Nepal to make contact with home.

2. #CONTROVERSIAL: Paddy Power has entered the marriage equality debate with a billboard slogan saying:  ‘Tiocfaidh Ár Lá.’

3. #NOT HAPPY: Graham Linehan, one half of Ted’s writing team, has taken to Twitter to deliver a particularly scorching burn regarding RTE’s approach to original comedy.

4. #CANCER: There has been a huge outpouring of support for Irish Time journalist Una Mullally who has revealed she has been diagnosed with cancer.

5. #DEATH SENTENCE: Australian ringleaders of a drug smuggling gang are due to face a firing squad tomorrow in Bali despite claims of corruption.

6. #DEBATE: Senator Rónán Mullen has said there isn’t a celebrity in the country who would dare come out and say they’re voting No’ in the upcoming referendum.

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