A hoax device at a well-known hotel outside Cork city is believed to have been planted; Confidential patient notes, operating theatre schedules, and minutes of meetings were repeatedly sent in error to a member of the public for six months; Picky eating in small children may be a sign of serious mental problems that should not be ignored, say experts. Here’s this morning’s irishexaminer.com round-up.
TOP STORYHoax bomb in Cork may have been warning to guest
A hoax device that led to the temporary evacuation of a wedding party from a well-known hotel outside Cork city is believed to have been planted in an effort to intimidate one of the guests.
IRELANDHSE patient files emailed to wrong person for 6 months
Confidential patient notes, operating theatre schedules, and minutes of meetings were repeatedly sent in error to a member of the public for six months — despite his efforts to highlight the issue.
Air passenger information should be more readily exchanged between European states in order to prevent terrorist attacks and co-operate with the US on security issues, the foreign affairs minister has said.
SPORTFive talking points from the weekend’s GAA action
Problem, of course, is the wrong word for the issue of where Donegal’s Michael Murphy should be positioned for optimum effect.
Jose Mourinho found himself in foreign territory as he congratulated the Arsenal players as they descended from the royal box – Arsene Wenger, of course, avoided his great rival – and forced to contemplate an uncomfortable fact; Arsenal had finally managed to beat Chelsea at their own game.
WORLD Tributes as entertainer Cilla Black dies age 72
Tributes have poured in for British “national treasure” Cilla Black after the entertainer died at her home in the south of Spain yesterday.
The World Anti-Doping Agency said it is alarmed by “wild allegations” made by two European media outlets of widespread suspicious drug tests in track and field, and is asking an independent body to investigate
ANALYSISO’ Donovan Rossa Centenary: Moving and memorable tributes to son of Cork
Gabriel Doherty offers a personal reflection on the commemorative events marking the centenary of O’Donovan Rossa’s funeral
LIFESTYLEBless the child: The impact of a parent dying from addiction
With Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death little over a year after Peaches Geldof’s, Áilín Quinlan looks at the impact on children of a parent dying from addiction
EXAMVIRALChildren who are picky-eaters may have mental health issues
Picky eating in small children may be a sign of serious mental problems that should not be ignored, say experts.
Want to watch a panda rolling around, being spoiled rotten on his third birthday? You’ve come to the right place.
BUSINESSOne51 faces pitch at €1.80 per share
One51 — the investment firm which is owned by, among others, 50 agricultural co-ops around the country — has received an approach from private equity fund CapVest of €1.80 per share, it has been confirmed.
Emirates National Oil Company bid for Dragon Oil wins support
Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) increased its offer yesterday to buy Dragon Oil to 800 pence (1,137.3c) a share, winning support from minority owners including billionaire Paul Singer’s Elliott Advisors UK that rejected ENOC’s offer in June.
SHOWBIZCilla Black: A life in pictures of the iconic showbiz legend who has died aged 72
We remember Cilla Black as a 60s pop star who went on to become one of the highest-paid performers in the history of British television.
MOST READ RIGHT NOWAlan Sugar calls Katie Hopkins an 'idiot' for going 'too far' in Twitter remarks about Cilla Black's death
Lord Alan Sugar has hit back at former Apprentice star Katie Hopkins following remarks she posted on Twitter about people commenting on Cilla Black’s death.
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