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1. The Children’s Referendum will not have to be held again, thanks to a ruling by the Supreme Court today.

2. Gail O’Rorke has been acquitted of two of the three charges against her in relation to the suicide of her friend Bernadette Forde. [RTÉ]

3. The Department of Finance has released more documents about the IBRC, highlighting how Michael Noonan’s confidence was ‘wearing quite thin’.

4. Sawyer Sweeten, a child star of Everybody Loves Raymond took his own life just weeks before his 20th birthday.

5. Barry Lyttle will not go to jail for the one-punch assault that left his brother Patrick in a coma in an Australian hospital. The family said they are delighted to be able to come home and put the saga behind them.

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