Evening top 5: Tiger Woods arrested; Dublin salmonella outbreak; zookeeper dies at UK zoo

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More than 50 people ill after salmonella outbreak in Dublin

The HSE has confirmed that a major outbreak of food poisoning in Dublin is due to salmonella.

More than 50 people from a number of separate groups - including four children - became ill after eating food supplied by a north Dublin business.

Religious Sisters of Charity give up ownership of St Vincent's Healthcare Group

St Vincents Hospital in Dublin, owned by the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group | Image: RollingNews.ie

The new National Maternity Hospital will have no involvement from the Religious Sisters of Charity.

The order has announced it is to to give up ownership of the St Vincent's Healthcare Group (SVHG).

It comes after outcry over ownership of the hospital, which is to be built on a Dublin site owned by the healthcare group.

Plans for Dublin Bus to go cashless revealed

Plans have been unveiled for a new cashless system for journeys on Dublin Bus.

It is part of a new BusConnects strategy, which will see a radical transformation of public transport in the capital.

Tiger Woods arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence

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Tiger Woods has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Jupiter, Florida in the early hours of Monday morning.

American news outlet WPTV report that the 14-time Major winner, a Jupiter Island resident, was taken into custody at 3am on Monday morning.

Zookeeper dies after tiger enters enclosure at UK zoo

A zookeeper has died after a tiger entered an enclosure at a zoo in England.

The incident happened at Hamerton Zoo Park, around 40km from Cambridge.

On their Facebook page, the zoo wrote: "We are sorry but our staff are too distressed to speak directly to the media, as one of our colleagues was killed at Hamerton Zoo Park this morning. This appears to have been a freak accident."