BULLETIN: No evidence of terrorism link in Dundalk stabbing; 'Scissor Sister' Linda Mulhall released from prison

Your lunchtime news bulletin.


IRELAND: ’Scissor Sister’ Linda Mulhall has been released from prison.

IRELAND: The owner of the shop which sold the winning €38.9m EuroMillions ticket says she is delighted for the player.

IRELAND: Gardaí continue to quiz teenager held after Dundalk attacks in which man died.

IRELAND: Fewer people now recognise the signs of lung cancer than five years ago.

WORLD: India’s Jet Airways has ordered an investigation into reports that a senior pilot slapped a female co-pilot in the cockpit during a London to Mumbai flight this week.

BUSINESS: Security researchers at Google say they have discovered serious security flaws affecting computer processors built by Intel and other chipmakers.

SPORT: Mick O’Dwyer admits that Kerry’s last-gasp, 1982 All-Ireland final defeat to Offaly still haunts him and he contemplates the setback at least once a week.


BULLETIN: No evidence of terrorism link in Dundalk stabbing; 'Scissor Sister' Linda Mulhall released from prison  

ARTS: The Kildare man behind this year's number one video game.

VIRAL: 2018 food trends we’re totally on board with:Our palates are apparently becoming more particular by the minute, because every passing year throws up a variety of weird, wonderful and wacky new food trends.

SHOWBIZ: Moonlight director Barry Jenkins appeared overwhelmed and admitted he was “shooketh” as he watched Notting Hill for the first time on a flight.


Aileen Lee meets Christina Kenny - co-founder and design director of Lamb Design - to talk about her work and inspirations.Christina Kenny of Lamb Design: ‘I love bringing the outside in and inside out’

Tyrone designer Sharon Wauchob on her career and the worth of luxury fastion. By Paul McLachen.From Marc Jacobs to her own label, Tyrone designer Sharon Wauchob on her life in fashion

The recent sentencing of two teenage boys for the murder of Ana Kriégel has once again brought the issue of pornography into public discourse. The details of the case, which are finally coming into public knowledge, illuminate some very worrying trends that are pervasive in the modern adolescent world and as parents and indeed as a society we can no longer languish in complacency.Learning Points: Hardcore porn can pollute our children’s minds

HUSBAND and wife Justin and Jenny Green run Ballyvolane House, in Castlelyons, Co Cork. The mansion and former dairy farm, which was built in 1728, is where Justin grew up. Raised to Scottish parents in Hong Kong, Jenny met fellow hotelier Justin while working in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Having worked in the UK and Bali, they returned to manage Ballyvolane House, as an Irish country house, in 2004.Parents for the Planet: Green family has greener outlook at country house

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