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Headlines tonight: Limerick legend opens up about alleged headbutt by contract slinger; Death of mother of three who died by suicide ‘could have been avoided’

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https://www.independent.ie/news/news-headlines/evening-headlines-limerick-legend-speaks-about-treaty-hurlers-alleged-headbutt-death-of-mother-of-three-who-died-by-suicide-could-have-been-avoided-41647793.html Headlines tonight: Limerick legend opens up about alleged headbutt by contract slinger; Death of mother of three who died by suicide ‘could have been avoided’

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