MORNING BULLETIN: O’Toole denies interest in Garda top job; Dublin ambulance sent to Cork

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MORNING BULLETIN: O’Toole denies interest in Garda top job; Dublin ambulance sent to Cork


IRELAND: Policing commission chairwoman Kathleen O’Toole has ruled herself out of consideration for the garda commissioner job.

IRELAND: Ryanair are issuing their next set of cancellations today while furious passengers demand greater clarity about what's flying and what's not.

IRELAND: An ambulance stationed in Swords, Co Dublin, was dispatched to respond to an emergency call in Cork city last year, the Irish Examiner can reveal.

WORLD: Boris Johnson is preparing for crunch talks with Theresa May amid recriminations over the Brexit blueprint that left him clashing with officials and facing criticism from colleagues.

ANALYSIS: The story of the Harris family highlights the fact that the development of wind farms is subject to few planning checks, writes Michael Clifford

BUSINESS: Ireland’s tallest building, the Elysian Tower in Cork city, is expected to fetch more than €100m when it goes on sale in the coming weeks.


REPORT: DUBLIN 1-17 - MAYO 1-16: Dean Rock’s free seven minutes into injury-time means it will be more of the same adulation for Dublin and more of the same sympathy for Mayo.

ANALYSIS: Before considering the wreath and awkward handshake for the Mayo post-mortem, consider perhaps a microscope and tweezers. We’re down to the smallest margins here.

OISIN MCCONVILLE: Is Diarmuid Connolly still the best Gaelic footballer on the planet?

COLM COOPER: Courageous. Resilient. Defiant. Brave. Every word a fair reflection of the Mayo footballers, but none worn as a badge of honour, for the one they crave most of all eludes them again: champions.


FEATURES: Losing her hair was hard, but Emma Cassidy’s positive take on cancer included a pre-chemo party, writes Olivia Kelleher

ARTS: Diaries may largely have been replaced by blogs, but a West Cork-based New Yorker believes in the benefits of keeping a written journal, writes Marjorie Brennan

SHOWBIZ: Politics took centre stage at the Emmy Awards with Donald Trump being skewered from all angles.

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