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Dublin: 10 °C Saturday 4 April, 2020

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

It’s Tuesday, it’s cold and here’s everything you need to know.

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EVERY MORNING, brings you the nine stories you need to know with your morning coffee.

1.#BUGGING: The Garda Commissioner has called on the Garda Síochána Ombudsman’s Commission to clarify how a suspicion of Garda misconduct was raised after “electronic anomalies” were found in the GSOC offices.

2.#SEARCH: The search for a second man missing from a Cork peninsula is resuming this morning. The body of one man was found yesterday near Sheep’s Head.

3.#OOPS: A Labour MEP says that the exclusion of her party’s logo from her election posters is “an oversight”. Emer Costello’s posters had carried her European grouping’s logo, but the Labour Party says the logo will be on her upcoming materials.

4.#WATERFORD: Gardaí in Waterford are investigating after the body of a 66-year-old man was found at a house in Connolly Place last night.

5.#WEATHER WATCH: Met Eireann has issued another orange alert warning. The warning covers the hours between 9am and 6pm tomorrow. The worst effects will be felt in Wexford, Galway, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford.

6.#MAULED: Two people have been arrested after an eleven-month-old baby girl was mauled and killed by a pet dog.

7.#SAFER INTERNET: Today is Safer Internet Day, with parents advised to become actively involved in their children’s internet usage. A report shows that one-in-ten teens have received sexual messages online.

8.#IRISH: Over 1,000 people are to march in Dublin on Saturday to protest the ‘lack of support for the Irish language. The meeting comes on the back of the resignation of the Language Commissioner.

9.#ANGLO TRIAL: Sean Quinn Jr takes to the witness box at the Circuit Criminal Court today in the trial of three former Anglo executives. He follows his father, who spent a day giving evidence yesterday.

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