Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

Tipperary claim All-Ireland glory, controversial Dublin cafe moves against gluten-free food and Merkel in trouble

After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's everything you need to know to get caught up this Monday morning. 

Controversial Dublin café demands customers show doctor's note to get gluten-free food

A café in Dublin has caused controversy online after claiming that they will require customers to show a doctor's note if they hope to get gluten free food. 

The White Moose Café in Phibsborough is no stranger to getting negative feedback online, and has made headlines in the past after they banned vegans for posting negative reviews about the café, and posted CCTV footage of a woman who wrote a negative review on their Facebook page.

On Saturday, the restaurant once again took to social media to stir the pot in relation to the gluten-free trend, which they appear to have had their fill of. 

WATCH: Concert Orchestra playing classic '90s dance tunes steals the show at Electric Picnic

In case you've been living under a rock since some time in the middle of the week, you may have noticed that Electric Picnic is on in Stradbally this weekend.

If you weren't able to get a ticket to join your friends or couldn't get down to experience it first hand, fear not, as there was plenty of content on social media to keep you in the loop on what you were missing out on during the first day of the festival.

One of the highlights of the night was the RTÉ Concert Orchestra performing some classic dance tunes with Jenny Greene, truly a unique combination that already has many claiming that it will be the highlight of the festival.


Day 1 down. RTÉ Concert Orchestra slaying the 90s choons 🤘🏻🔝🎶 #electricpicnic #struggleisreal

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After 40 years, body of missing woman discovered in German attic

The body of a woman who went missing nearly 40 years ago was discovered in an attic of a house being renovated in the German city of Cloppenburg. 

A 33-year-old man, who was working on the house which belonged to his father, found the skeleton in the attic covered in leaves and straw. The body was found wearing several jackets, trouser and shoes.

After carrying out a post-mortem, police believe that the body is that of a 28-year-old woman who disappeared in 1977 around five kilometres away from the home. 

In Pictures: Tipperary outlast Kilkenny in shootout to seal their first All-Ireland victory since 2010

Tipperary defeated Kilkenny in an awesome display of hurling on Sunday afternoon at Croke Park to win their first All-Ireland since 2010 and stopping Kilkenny from winning the illustrious three-in-a-row.

The game started as a shootout but Kilkenny could not keep pace with their opponents as the Premier County ran out 2-29 to 2-20 winners. Seamus Callanan was in fine fettle, chipping in with 13 points as were Bubbles O'Dwyer and John McGrath.

Anti-immigration party beats Merkel's Christian Democrats in state election in Germany

An anti-immigration, nationalist group has beaten Angela Merkel's party in a state election in Germany, exit polls suggest.

The Alternative for Germany party (AfD), which has campaigned hard against Chancellor Merkel's policies on refugees, is estimated to have won 21% in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern contest.

It could amount to a stinging defeat for Mrs Merkel's Christian Democrats, who are projected to gain 19% or 20% of the vote, putting them in third place