BULLETIN: No evidence of terrorism link in Dundalk stabbing; 'Scissor Sister' Linda Mulhall released from prison

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BULLETIN: No evidence of terrorism link in Dundalk stabbing; 'Scissor Sister' Linda Mulhall released from prison

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IRELAND: ’Scissor Sister’ Linda Mulhall has been released from prison.

IRELAND: The owner of the shop which sold the winning €38.9m EuroMillions ticket says she is delighted for the player.

IRELAND: Gardaí continue to quiz teenager held after Dundalk attacks in which man died.

IRELAND: Fewer people now recognise the signs of lung cancer than five years ago.

WORLD: India’s Jet Airways has ordered an investigation into reports that a senior pilot slapped a female co-pilot in the cockpit during a London to Mumbai flight this week.

BUSINESS: Security researchers at Google say they have discovered serious security flaws affecting computer processors built by Intel and other chipmakers.

SPORT: Mick O’Dwyer admits that Kerry’s last-gasp, 1982 All-Ireland final defeat to Offaly still haunts him and he contemplates the setback at least once a week.

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ARTS: The Kildare man behind this year's number one video game.

VIRAL: 2018 food trends we’re totally on board with:Our palates are apparently becoming more particular by the minute, because every passing year throws up a variety of weird, wonderful and wacky new food trends.

SHOWBIZ: Moonlight director Barry Jenkins appeared overwhelmed and admitted he was “shooketh” as he watched Notting Hill for the first time on a flight.

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