Here's your morning news bulletin.
IRELAND: The victim of yesterday's gangland shooting in Dublin has been named locally as 37-year-old Michael Keogh.
IRELAND: The Office of the Ombudsman is investigating Tusla’s handling of child sexual abuse allegations.
IRELAND: If you pass through Dublin's Port Tunnel in less than three and a half minutes today, you're going to get a fine and penalty points.
WORLD: A Malaysia Airlines flight was forced to return to an Australian airport after a mentally ill passenger threatened to detonate a bomb and tried to enter the cockpit before being tackled and tied up by passengers.
BUSINESS: Irish businesses, Government departments and semi-state bodies are “sitting ducks” for new and more devastating cyber attacks than the one that crippled computers worldwide last month, a leading IT expert has warned.
SPORT: Police footage shows Tiger Woods struggling to walk after officers woke him at the wheel of his running Mercedes.
SPORT: Kilkenny legend Jackie Tyrrell claims Tipperary won’t retain the All-Ireland hurling title without axed defender Cathal Barrett.
FEATURES: For those who are online a lot, it’s no longer unusual to make the transition from virtual conversations to real-life friendships.
SHOWBIZ: Jim Carrey will find a trial over his ex-girlfriend’s wrongful death “very painful”, his lawyer said, after a date was set for the star to face a jury.
VIRAL: A family in Florida were shocked to discover an unexpected visitor in their swimming pool – a 7ft alligator.
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