LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: All six defendants found not guilty in Jobstown trial; Colm Cooper confirms famous All-Ireland final day nap

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IRELAND: All six defendants in the Jobstown trial have been found not guilty.

IRELAND: Garda detectives are set to withdrawn 24/7 armed cover in most of the Munster region this Saturday, July 1, following the breakdown of talks in a row with senior management over the supply of weapons.

IRELAND: Cadbury Ireland is among a growing number of Irish-based companies reported to have been hit by the latest global cyber attack.

BUSINESS: Electrical goods group Dixons-Carphone has decided to pull out of the Irish mobile communications market and sell its stuttering iD Mobile arm.

WORLD: Hospital bosses say staff are likely to spend days planning the withdrawal of life-support treatment from a terminally ill baby at the centre of a high-profile legal battle.

WORLD: A US woman has been charged over the fatal shooting of her boyfriend – in what she said was a YouTube stunt gone wrong.

SPORT: The story of Colm Cooper’s famous All-Ireland final snooze was thought to be apocryphal, but Gooch confirms he did sleep until ten to two.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: All six defendants found not guilty in Jobstown trial; Colm Cooper confirms famous All-Ireland final day nap

FEATURES: As his new photography book is published, the Beckham’s eldest child reveals to Hannah Stephenson why he won’t be following in his father’s footsteps.

SHOWBIZ: Adele has hinted that she may never tour again.

ARTS: A new film explores the Cork v Dublin rivalry in roller derby, and also delves into the lives of the women who play the sport, writes Don O’Mahony.


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