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Some of the cash seized by gardai
Bungling ATM suspects caught with €100k - after returning to pick up cash missed by gardai Bungling gangsters who are suspected of being behind a spate of ATM raids were arrested by gardai after they returned to the scene of a major cash seizure against the mob.
 
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Passengers face ‘small delays’ Ryanair promises 'a full schedule' as pilot strike blocked Anne Marie Walsh Ryanair passengers could face some minor disruption today despite the High Court blocking a strike by the airline's Irish-based pilots.
'The case against him was adjourned after Judge John O'Leary banned reporting of his identity at the request of his lawyer.' (stock photo) Well-known entertainer charged with sex assault on man at venue Andrew Phelan A well-known entertainer has appeared in court charged with sexually assaulting a young man.
Dad has to carry disabled girl up stairs as dart lifts 'always breaking down' Gabija Gataveckaite The father of a nine-year-old wheelchair user has launched a campaign to tackle lifts which are "constantly" out of order at Dart stations.
Rowan Byrne with Harbour master Harry Mcloughlan and Senator Catherine Noone Harbour tackles ugly plastics menace by installing 'sea bin' Sorcha O'Connor A sea bin has been installed off Howth Harbour to collect plastic waste.

 
 
Sport
 
DECISION TIME: Inter Milan will hope to know in the next 24 hours whether they can get Alexis Sanchez on a loan deal. Photo: Clive Mason/Getty Images D-day for Sanchez future at United Andy Hampson Inter Milan hope to find out today whether they can sign Alexis Sanchez from Manchester United on loan.
DEJECTED: Robbie Henshaw following the Guinness Six Nations defeat to England. Photo: SPORTSFILE Fixing a head wrecker: Sports Psychologist Shanahan on how power of positive thinking can help Irish back to their best Des Berry There is nothing to 'wreck the head' as much as when someone has your number - and not in the good way.
BACK ON TRACK: Neil Lennon congratulates Dubliner Jonny Hayes after Celti’c cup win over Dunfermline last weekend. Photo: PA Celtic call for calm - Lennon hits back at criticism of Bhoys bordering on 'hysteria' Andy Newport Defiant Neil Lennon has launched a bullish defence of his under-fire side as he insisted criticism aimed at Celtic has bordered on "hysteria".
STATS THE WAY: Dublin manager Jim Gavin with statistician Ray Boyne after the All-Ireland SFC final replay win over Mayo in 2016. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile Data man Ray ticks all boxes in numbers game Conor McKeon It's always been about the numbers for Ray Boyne and one in particular from this season stands out.
 
 
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