LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Drones banned in search for body of Trevor Deely; Shane Ross says Rio ticket scandal 'unknown rotten culture'

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IRELAND: Transport and Sports Minister Shane Ross has said the Rio ticket touting inquiry has revealed an “unknown rotten culture” at the heart of the Olympic Council of Ireland.

IRELAND: The mother of six killed in yesterday's shooting in Ballymun has been named locally as 48-year-old Antoinette Corbally.

IRELAND: An Irishman has died after being shot during car-jacking in Mexico.

IRELAND: A ban has been imposed on the flying of drones over the site in Dublin where gardaí are searching for the remains of Trevor Deely.

WORLD: A suspected car thief has died after he fell from a loading crane over the Port of Los Angeles.

SPORT: Former top-level hurling referee Pat O’Connor has called on the GAA to follow rugby’s lead by introducing a citing commissioner, claiming Adrian Tuohy and Austin Gleeson should both be suspended for next month’s All-Ireland final, writes Eoghan Cormican.

SPORT: France 'not anything to be afraid of', says dynamic Jenny Murphy.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Drones banned in search for body of Trevor Deely; Shane Ross says Rio ticket scandal 'unknown rotten culture'

VIRAL: Identical twins from Carlow receive identical points in the Leaving Cert.

VIRAL: Clonakilty chocolate makers hire staff a little out of the ordinary.

FEATURE: Samuel L Jackson does not kiss many women on screen. He has made well in excess of 100 films but reckons he has locked lips with no more than five leading ladies.


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