BULLETIN: Abtran employees in Cork injured by suspected hazardous material in post; Man charged after ‘chasing missed flight’ at Dublin Airport

BULLETIN: Abtran employees in Cork injured by suspected hazardous material in post; Man charged after ‘chasing missed flight’ at Dublin Airport

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IRELAND: Employees at Abtran's contact centre at Mahon were evacuated this morning after suspected hazardous material was sent to the mail processing centre.

IRELAND: A man in his 20s has been charged after allegedly chasing a plane along an airport loading area at Dublin Airport after he missed his flight.

IRELAND: Gardaí have arrested a man in his 20s and seized around €32,000 worth of cannabis herb in Co Cork yesterday.

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BULLETIN: Abtran employees in Cork injured by suspected hazardous material in post; Man charged after ‘chasing missed flight’ at Dublin Airport

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