Today’s headlines: Bono reveals his father had a secret son; and the emails John Delaney wants to keep hidden

These are the main headlines of the morning.

Tipperary Tragedy – ‘Officers Believe Woman Died of Disease’

The woman who was found dead along with her husband at their home in Tipperary last Monday died of an illness, but the exact medical cause of her death will never be discovered, Gardaí believes.

PDs founder Des O’Malley leaves estate worth €5 million

Former minister and founder of the now-defunct Progressive Democrat political party, Des O’Malley, left an estate worth nearly $5 million in his will.

Billionaire Patrick Collison marries woman who beat him to top science award when they were both teenagers

Tech sources have revealed that Collison and Konermann got married in April in a private wedding in Italy.

‘I’ve Got Another Brother I Didn’t Know I Had, Or Maybe I Did’ – Bono Reveals His Dad Had A Secret Son

Bono has revealed that he has a half brother on his father’s side who was kept a secret from him during his childhood.

The Emails John Delaney Wants to Keep Hidden

The former FAI boss is trying to prevent investigators from accessing information about his business dealings and divorce.

Huge fine ends AIB’s €330 million tracker saga

The tracker mortgage scandal has dragged on for so long that it’s easy to forget how and when it all started. But also how it unfolded.

HSE is working on emergency plans to combat potential rise in Covid cases

The HSE is preparing contingency plans to face any future Covid-19 wave and is preparing for a change in public health advice as it reduces PCR testing capacity.

Garda to remain banned for nearly five years after cocaine allegations were first leveled

A garda accused of using cocaine at a nightclub in Kildare remains suspended as disciplinary proceedings against him are still ongoing – nearly five years after the incident.

Helen McEntee faces cabinet backlash over facial recognition plans

Attorney General Helen McEntee faces a backlash from the cabinet over plans to give Gardai powers to use controversial facial recognition technology in cases of murder, missing persons and child sexual abuse.

Sinn Féin campaigner’s online harassment leaves Cork’s mother heartbroken and anxious

Last month, Sonya Egan – who on several counts claimed to be a lawyer, an investigative reporter, the daughter of Jeremy Corbyn and a relative of one of the Birmingham Six – pleaded guilty to two charges of harassment against Laura in the Cork Circuit Criminal Court. O’Connell and former Sinn Féin TD Jonathan O’Brien on various dates in 2018 and 2019.

Doireann Garrihy leads RTÉ’s sideline with business appearances

Doireann Garrihy, the 2FM DJ, TV presenter and comedian, was the RTÉ presenter with the most outside business work in the past two years.

Putin fires top general in Ukraine over slow progress

The general command of Russian forces in Ukraine appears to have been fired over the slow pace of progress in the Donbas, amid reports that he is a drunkard mistrusted by his own officers.