LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Ryanair bombarded with complaints; Gardaí investigating suspected ISIS terror cell

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Ryanair bombarded with complaints; Gardaí investigating suspected ISIS terror cell

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IRELAND: Furious Ryanair customers are bombarding the firm with complaints and questions following the latest batch of flight cancellations.

IRELAND: Gardaí are investigating a suspected ISIS terror cell in the West of Ireland.

IRELAND: The Social Protection Minister has said she would not be able to survive on her own department’s social welfare benefits.

ANALYSIS: Few would ever have to endure their personal lives being exposed to the public glare as Marisa Simms did yesterday, writes Michael Clifford.

BUSINESS: The operator of Cork and Dublin Airports has hit back at claims by an airline organisation that passengers across Europe are being “denied the full benefits of air travel” due to airport charges.

SPORT: After being transformed from a “startled earwig” to an All-Ireland winner under Pat Gilroy, Dublin defender Cian O’Sullivan has backed his old manager to revive the county’s hurling fortunes.

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FEATURES: Ellie O’Byrne meets the people behind an end of life conference, including keynote speaker Jenny Kitzinger, the academic breaking the taboo around dying.

VIRAL: Here are the best travel hacks to make your journey (almost) as good as the destination.

SHOWBIZ: Tributes have been paid to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner following his death at the age of 91.

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