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Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

PSC controversy rumbles on, TV3 schedule announced and Trump says he’s done talking with North Korea – It’s The Fix.

NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.

IRELAND

first day 407_90521801 Shiloh Donnelly (5) from Dublin on her first day of school in Gardiner Street Convent Primary School in Dublin this morning. Source: Sam BoalRollingNews.ie

WORLD

Harvey Workers begin repairs to a wall that was lost in the wake of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Source: Eric Gay/AP/Press Association Images

#UNITED STATES: Donald Trump said that talking was “not the answer” when it came to dealing with North Korea.

#FRANCE: Frantic searches continued in France for a missing nine-year-old girl.

#HOUSTON: A curfew was introduced in Houston in Texas as a result of looting as the city struggled in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

PARTING SHOT

Dubliners will be familiar with Mattress Mick – the savvy businessman and bed salesman who helps out a lot with charitable causes. Well Mick was delighted to find out today that there was a Mattress Mack helping out people in need in the wake of the storm in Houston, Texas.

The pair were introduced to each other live on air this morning and it made for radio gold.

(Via DailyEdge)

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