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IRELAND

Garda Ombudsman Commissioner Kieran Fitzgerald, is in a critical condition in hospital in Spain,  after falling off a wall onto rocks while on holiday, writes David Raleigh.

A Cork woman is reported to  have died in Spain.  The 21-year-old woman was on holidays at the time. It is reported she fell from a balcony.

The grieving family of a woman who died on holiday was hit with a €6,000 bill  to release her body from airport storage after a last-minute problem with her travel insurance.

Enda Kenny has strongly condemned the attack on a British Labour MP and has uspended campaigning on Brexit for the remainder of the day.  The Taoiseach had travelled to Liverpool this morning to encourage Irish communities in the UK to vote to remain in the European Union.

A man told his wife “I can rape you if I want”  sometime before raping her and threatening to cut her face open with a knife.

A judge has said that a West Clare farmer who told another farmer in a “foul-mouthed rant”  that he would fuck him under a tractor after a run-in on a country road “seems to be at this all the time”.

Customers face bills in excess of €500 a year to have their bins collected, representing an 80% hike on current rates when the new pay-by- weight charges kick in on July 1.

Comedian David McSavage has been convicted and fined €125 for not paying TV licence arrears  after he slammed RTE's programmes writes Tom Tuite.

WORLD

Labour MP Jo Cox, 41 has died after being shot in the street  outside her constituency advice surgery in Birstall, West Yorkshire Police said.

MPs reacted with horror after Labour MP Jo Cox was shot and injured in an attack near Leeds. The 41-year-old mother of two was left lying bleeding on the pavement after the incident in Birstall, West Yorkshire.

SPORT

Daniel Sturridge's stoppage-time strike secured England a win  as thrilling as it was important, breaking Welsh hearts at the end of a pulsating Euro 2016 derby encounter.

Tipperary’s 2001 All-Ireland- winning captain Tommy Dunne believes it will be a major gamble  if Limerick play Dan Morrissey at full-back in Sunday’s Munster SHC semi-final.

Roy Keane has admitted he would have kicked any team-mate  who repeatedly spoke of leaving his club in training after questioning Belgium star Eden Hazard's attitude.

Check out all the latest news, views and banter in our dedicated Euro 2016 section

BUSINESS

The Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said a verdict from the European Commission on Apple's tax   arrangements with Ireland could come as early as next month.

The Dublin tourism market is facing what experts have called a “capacity crunch”,   despite a number of new hotels being planned, which could limit the capital’s potential for visitor growth.

LIFESTYLE

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Arlene Harris looks the how role of fathers in their children’s lives  is as important as their mums

ANALYSIS

The US now has a unique opportunity to shift the burden of proof about the necessity for stronger gun control regulation,  writes Frederic Lemieux

VIDEO

Many were left disappointed after Ireland's draw with Sweden but BallTalk's Steve Neville is still feeling optimistic.  He sat down with Mike Sheehan to discuss the result and to look ahead to the game against Belguim. 

VIRAL

Consider the bar for proposals raised, everyone. Gavin Fogarty from Dublin decided to do something a bit special  to help him to propose to his girlfriend, Clara Burke.

They did it during the  Fifa World Cup two years ago.  And now Sian and Alex Pratchett are picking up their pencils once again and drawing all of the Euro 2016 Panini stickers.

TECHNOW

GAMING: As is seemingly tradition, PayPal has announced when the Steam Summer Sale  is going to get underway.

MOVIES: The Conjuring spawned a spin-off movie for that creepy Annabelle doll, and now The Conjuring 2  is going to give you more reasons to be scared.

TECH: Sony Mobile has a trio of new handsets coming to the Irish market, the Xperia X, XA and Xperia E5  - and their latest venture is just a little different.

SHOWBIZ

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Status Quo’s Rick Parfitt is being treated in hospital in Turkey  following a suspected heart attack.

MOST READ RIGHT NOW

Garda Ombudsman Commissioner Kieran Fitzgerald, is in a critical condition in hospital in Spain,  after falling off a wall onto rocks while on holiday, writes David Raleigh.


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