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The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

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EVERY MORNING brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.

1. #DUBLIN: A man has died after a suspected stabbing incident on O’Connell Street overnight.

2. #AIRBNB: Noteworthy finds the chilling effect of the new laws may be enough to push many full-time, short-term letting operators out of the industry – and toward longer term, corporate rentals

3. #LOCATION: People renting a home beside a Dart station or Luas stop in Dublin can expect to pay over €3,300 a year than the average rent. 

4. #DANUBE: The bodies of four victims appear to have been recovered from the sunken Danube River tour boat being brought to the surface in Hungary’s capital.

5. #MOUNT JEROME: A development of 34 apartments in Harold’s Cross was last month given the green light by Dublin City Council planners, despite concerns from the adjacent cemetery that it would rob mourners of their privacy. 

6. #FOUND: Gardaí have thanked the public for their help in finding a 10-year-old girl who went missing in Dublin yesterday.  

7. #GARMENT WORKERS: A significant majority of workers in garment factories in Bangladesh have experienced or witnessed some form of sexual harassment while at work, a new survey has shown.

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8 . #BUDGET: The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has warned that the government is dependent on corporation tax receipts.  It found that between €3 billion and €6 billion of the €10.4 billion in corporation tax receipts received in 2018 could be considered excess, meaning they could very well disappear in the years ahead.

9. #CERVICAL CHECK: The second report into the scale of outsourcing of smear tests by laboratories is expected to be published today.

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