LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Pat Hickey declines offer to appear before Dáil Committee, Leaving Cert students receive results

Here's your lunchtime news bulletin.


IRELAND: Former Olympic Council of Ireland boss Pat Hickey has declined an invitation to appear before the Oireachtas Committee on Sport tomorrow to discuss the Moran report into ticketing at the Rio Games.

IRELAND: Dublin schools have cleaned up with seven out of 13 students receiving eight H1s in today's Leaving Cert results.

IRELAND: Dublin dog owners are being warned to keep their dogs under 'effective control' following a number of complaints in Ardgillan of dogs jumping on people, knocking children over and a biting incident.

WORLD: A man has been jailed for infecting two former lovers with HIV after keeping quiet about having the virus.

WORLD: Two fairground workers have denied the manslaughter of a girl who died when a bouncy castle she was playing on blew away.

SPORT: Thierry Henry believes Arsenal’s dramatic opening-day victory over Leicester showed signs of stagnation, and that no progress had been made over the summer.

SPORT: The Dublin County Board have dismissed rumours that Pat Gilroy is set to become the County's new senior hurling manager.


LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Pat Hickey declines offer to appear before Dáil Committee, Leaving Cert students receive results

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SHOWBIZ: An India-based media technology company has said the recent leak of an episode of Game Of Thrones by four current and former employees "was not a system hack, but an illegal breach of obligations".

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