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The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

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EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you all the news you need to know as you start the day.

1. #STORM: People are being advised to exercise caution as a Status Orange wind warning is in place for numerous counties as a result of Storm Aiden. 

2. #COVID: The government spent almost €700,000 on digital and social media ad campaigns related to Covid-19 during the first nine months of the year, new figures show.

3. #ENGLAND: Boris Johnson is considering imposing stringent new national lockdown restrictions within days.

4. #LEVEL 3: Data has shown that Level 3 measures appear to stabilise but not reduce the level of transmission of the coronavirus, according to Professor Philip Nolan.

5. #DRUGS: A man has been arrested after gardaí seized €269,000 worth of drugs and €16,400 in cash during a search of a house in Dublin.

6. #FIRE: Dublin Fire Brigade has brought a large industrial fire, on Church Lane in Santry, under control. 

7. #EARTHQUAKE: At least 27 people have died following an earthquake in the Aegean Sea, The Guardian has reported. 

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8. #ESSEX: Three men have been rescued by firefighters after they got stuck in a tumble dryer in Essex, Sky News has reported. 

9. #US: The US has set a new all-time high for Covid-19 cases confirmed in a single 24-hour period, RTÉ has reported. 

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