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Man's death in fire 'suspicious'

GARDAI are treating the death of a 58-year-old man as suspicious.

The man's body was discovered in a house at Ardaw, Beaufort, Killorglin, Co Kerry, following a fire early last Thursday.

Following a post-mortem examination carried out by assistant state pathologist Margaret Bolster, gardai said an investigation has been launched.

Gardai appealed for anyone who may have seen anything suspicious or unusual around the townland of Ardaw between 11pm on April 18 and 2am on April 19, or anyone who has information which may be helpful, to contact the gardai in Caherciveen on 066 9473600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any garda station.

Hunt for bank handgun raider

Gardai in Navan are appealing for help in identifying a man who robbed the Bank of Ireland.

The man went into the bank with a bag which he loaded up with an unknown amount of cash. He was armed with what appeared to be a handgun and two men gave chase yesterday afternoon.

Gardai said the culprit ran onto Ludlow Street and then towards the weekly market in the Fairgreen.

He's described as slim and wearing a grey hoody. He spoke with a Dublin accent

No-one was injured.

Aviva email sacks all staff

Aviva mistakenly sent an email dismissing the entire staff at its UK investment unit before retracting the message.

The email, which was sent to 1,300 employees globally at Aviva Investors, told recipients to turn over company property as they left the building and reminded them of their obligations to guard the firm's confidential information.

Nissan hit by global virus

Nissan Motor Company said it found and removed a virus from its global computer network before any customer or company data was misused.

The company, Japan's second-largest automaker, found the malware on April 13, and has spent a week removing it and investigating potential data theft.