SATURDAY'S Lotto jackpot is heading for €4.5m as there was no winner last night. However, more than 25,000 players won various prizes in the draw, which had a jackpot of almost €3m.
The numbers drawn were 2, 5, 20, 30, 37, and 39 with the bonus 6. There were no winners of the Lotto Plus One or Lotto Plus Two. The Lotto Plus One numbers were 4, 8, 14, 21, 39, and 40, the bonus was 10. The Lotto Plus Two numbers were 2, 8, 9, 12, 34, and 45, the bonus was 31.
A MAN was treated in hospital for apparent gunshot wounds to the hand after an incident in Inchicore.
However the man has refused to co-operate with gardai who were investigating how the injury happened. The man presented to Tallaght Hospital on Tuesday night with wounds to his hand. He initially told medical staff that he had been shot, but when gardai arrived he refused to speak to them. Gardai searched the area of the alleged incident but did not find any evidence of a shooting.
The contamination of Roscommon's water supply is due to an animal-related organism, tests have revealed. Up to 6,000 people are being affected by the discovery of cryptosporidium. A 'boil water' notice has been in place since April 25.
The contamination can cause cryptosporidiosis – a gut infection caused by a parasite and resulting in a diarrhoea-type illness.
ID found near body
Skeletal remains found near a riverbank are believed to be that of a Polish man, who was reported missing last year. Clothing and an identity card belonging to David Biegalski were found yesterday close to where the skeleton was discovered in Limerick on Tuesday.
Mr Biegalski (25) was reported missing a week after he was last seen on July 12, 2012. DNA sampling may take up to eight weeks to yield a confirmed result on the skeleton's identity.
FitzPatrick court date
A FURTHER date has been set for court mention of the case of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick and two former directors.
Mr FitzPatrick (64), of Whitshed Road, Greystones, Co Wicklow, and William McAteer (62), of Auburn Villas, Rathgar, Dublin, and Pat Whelan (50), of Coast Road, Malahide, Dublin, have been charged with 16 counts of allegedly providing unlawful financial assistance to individuals to buy shares in the bank. A trial date was set for January 13, 2014.