LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Gardaí arrest four in Dublin in one of Ireland's 'most significant operations'; 'Poison Woman' serial killer sentenced to death

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IRELAND: Gardaí claim arrests of four men in Dublin as  'one of the most significant operations' in Ireland.

IRELAND: Auditor General reveals 16 sets of financial statements for 2015 not certified by end of 2016.

IRELAND: Gardaí make three arrests after shotgun fired during high-speed chase.

BUSINESS: WOW air announces New York route from Dublin.

WORLD: Counter-terrorism operation underway in Paris.

WORLD: 'Poison Woman’ serial killer sentenced to death for the murder of partners after inheriting over €7m.

SPORT: 'Irish trainers are world leaders': Racing world reacts to phenomenal Melbourne Cup 1-2-3.

SPORT: Strong reaction to Neil Francis calling Bundee Aki call-up 'ethically and morally wrong'.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Gardaí arrest four in Dublin in one of Ireland's 'most significant operations'; 'Poison Woman' serial killer sentenced to death

VIRAL: ‘Phallic cloud?’ Emmerdale fans distracted by suggestive prop.

SHOWBIZ: Sia defies paps by posting nude photo of herself online.

ARTS: Stepping up for Sleeping Beauty.


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