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Irish winner in euromillions

One lucky Irish punter won €275,300 in the massive euromillions draw last night.

The ticket was one of 16 winning ones sold across Europe which matched five numbers and one star.

But the big prize of €141m eluded everybody who bought tickets for the draw. Nobody managed to match five numbers and two stars.

This means that the jackpot for Tuesday's euromillions draw is now heading for a whopping €150m, which is likely to see a massive splurge on tickets here.

The winning numbers in last night's draw were: 14, 15, 21, 23, 48 and the lucky stars were 2 and 10.

'Killer' student at psychiatrist

The former graduate student accused in the deadly Colorado movie theatre shooting that killed 12 was being treated by a psychiatrist at the university where he studied, according to court papers.

Defence attorneys for James Holmes (24) made the disclosure in a court motion.

It sought to discover the source of leaks to some media outlets that Holmes sent the psychiatrist a package containing a notebook with descriptions of an attack.

Man admits

lawyer threat

A MAN is to be sentenced on Tuesday for threatening a barrister at the Four Courts complex in Dublin last year.

Gary Howard (24) of Dunsoghly Grove, Finglas, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to threatening to kill or cause serious harm to Grainne O'Neill in Court 6, of the Four Courts on August 16, 2011.

Karen O'Connor, prosecuting said Ms O'Neill did not wish to make a victim impact statement for the hearing. Judge Martin Nolan adjourned sentencing until July 31 .

Apple to buy

fingerprint firm

Apple has agreed to buy fingerprint reader AuthenTec for $356m (¤280m) as the maker of iPhones and iPads looks to strengthen its digital security capabilities.

Apple's acquisition comes as consumers use their smartphones for more and more daily activities, including shopping.