MORNING BULLETIN: Las Vegas gunman had camera inside hotel room peephole; €30k pay bump for acting Garda commissioner

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WORLD: The gunman who killed 59 people in Las Vegas had planned the massacre so meticulously that he set up a camera in the peephole of his hotel room in an apparent attempt to spot anyone coming for him, investigators said.

IRELAND: Acting Garda Commissioner Dónall Ó Cualáin is to be paid the full €180,613 salary his predecessor Nóirín O’Sulivan got, the Irish Examiner can reveal.

IRELAND: Young members of the Defence Forces are “totally disillusioned” and many are quitting as they are so poorly paid they cannot afford to commute to their bases.

IRELAND: Environmentalists have described as “shocking and unprecedented” the discovery of 114 dumped tyres and a Chinese fridge-freezer on a 1.2km stretch of coastline.

BUSINESS: No rabbits will be pulled next week from the “budget hat” despite the latest exchequer figures suggesting corporation tax revenues were again picking up steam, analysts said.

SPORT: If Munster were happy to appoint someone who hasn’t previously enjoyed the role of head coach but proved himself in international management, the solution lay under their nose, writes Donal Lenihan.


MORNING BULLETIN: Las Vegas gunman had camera inside hotel room peephole; €30k pay bump for acting Garda commissioner

FEATURES: Just by turning up and doing what he could manage, Caomhan Keane experiences the benefits of weight loss and lower stress — although he is still rubbish at yoga. 

ARTS: Bruce Parry’s new film has the former Tribe presenter seeking to reconnect us with some of the things modern society has forgotten, writes Des O’Driscoll.

VIRAL: Scientists have just shed some light on why sometimes, feeling full might make us want to eat even more.


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