LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Man found dead in Temple Bar; Gardaí seize over €1m worth of drugs in Offaly

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IRELAND: Man found dead in Dublin's Temple Bar district.

IRELAND: Gardaí seize over €1m worth of drugs in Co Offaly.

IRELAND: Central Bank liaising with gardai in tracker mortgage scandal.

IRELAND: Independent Senator Ronan Mullen labels Dáil Committee on 8th amendment a 'sham process'.

WORLD: Spain to begin process of taking control of Catalonia's powers.

WORLD: Theresa May says agreement on EU citizens in UK 'within touching distance'.

BUSINESS: Charities losing out as shoppers carry less cash, UK research suggests.

SPORT: Cora Staunton has been getting to grips with Aussies Rules today.

SPORT: Roy Keane’s assessment of Arsenal is absolutely brutal.


LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Man found dead in Temple Bar; Gardaí seize over €1m worth of drugs in Offaly

SHOWBIZ: Liam Gallagher says Oasis not reforming but wants to make peace with Noel.

VIRAL: Vegans are in uproar as nut milk brand Rude Health promotes dairy products.

ARTS: James Joyce’s Dublin: Where Dubliners meet the sopranos.


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