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Latest: Around 6,000 homes without power following stormy weather overnight  The ESB says up to 6,000 homes across the country are without power this morning.
Tánaiste to update Cabinet on preparations for no-deal Brexit  The cabinet will be updated on preparations for a no-deal Brexit this morning.
Football rumours from the media  Isco, Kabak, Rabiot and Mitrovic are all being talked about on Tuesday.
Road users advised to take care as wind warnings remain in place  Drivers are being reminded to slow down on the wet roads this morning and keep further back from the vehicle in front.
Gardaí appeal for information after body found in burnt out car in Cork  Gardaí in County Cork are investigating after a body was found in a burnt out car near Ballincollig.
Grocery spend up as other shops trail  Eamon Quinn Grocery spending in the Republic was up by almost 3% in the year, as the busy Christmas supermarket spending season gets underway.
Two police officers die after being struck by train in Chicago  Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the news ‘knocked you back on your heels’.
New Orleans Saints halt Cam Newton in 12-9 win over Carolina Panthers  The Saints now have the best record in the NFL.
Blarney group operating profits rise  Operating profits at the Cork-based group which operates the Meadows & Byrne and Blarney Woollen Mills retail outlets were up 25% to almost €4.5m.
Boylesports to buy UK bookie in early 2019  Boylesports is close to acquiring an unnamed UK bookmakers chain and is likely to finalise the deal in the first quarter of 2019.
H&M shares tumble 9% even as fashion sales grow  H&M reported sales growth in the three months to November but doubts about the strength of recovery at the world’s second-biggest fashion group sent its shares down.
Dave Heffernan hopeful Connacht can continue winning form  It’s turning out to be a season of noticeable achievements for Connacht, and now stand-in skipper Dave Heffernan is hopeful they can continue their winning form when...
Retail woes go online as discounting hits Asos  Europe’s retail crisis is spreading from bricks-and-mortar stores to e-commerce as Asos plunged the most in over four years after warning that Christmas shopping has got off to a...
UK stocks to watch for a soft, hard, or no Brexit at all  These are uncertain times for UK stock investors and with markets on tenterhooks, most investors are battening down the hatches and considering the various scenarios...
Meath's Mickey Newman refreshed and raring to go  Experienced Meath attacker Mickey Newman insists he did the right thing by sitting out the entire 2018 season to concentrate on his fitness.
China debates 2019 growth  Kevin Yao China should lower next year’s economic growth target to 6-6.5% as headwinds including a trade dispute with the US increases risks for the economy, according to government advisers’...
Department sues schools building contractor  The Department of Education and Skills is suing a building contractor which built a number of schools at the centre of recent inspections and some closures over concerns about...
Pensioner killed in freak accident at garage  A man killed in a freak accident at a Co Donegal garage was showing mechanics his car when the tragedy occurred.
Jeff Bridges to receive Cecil B DeMille Award at the Golden Globes  He is known for playing The Dude in The Big Lebowski.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul takes a break from social media  His decision to step back comes days after Pete Davidson posted a worrying message to Instagram.
Friends star David Schwimmer to appear in new Sky One comedy  Intelligence is set at Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in Cheltenham.
Van Barneveld suffers shock exit in first round of the World Darts Championship  The five-time champion was competing at the event for the penultimate time before retirement.
Man faces terror charges over gun used in Strasbourg terror attack  Two other people were arrested and detained on Monday as part of the terror investigation the Paris prosecutor’s office is conducting into the attack.
Drama pumped up in drawn-out Champions League round of 16  According to the Catechism of Football Cliché there are no easy draws at the knockout stage of the Champions League. Like all clichés there is an element of truth to...
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