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The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what you need to know as we start the week.

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EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you wake up.

1. #WATER: The Commission for Energy Regulation wants members of the public to join a forum on Irish Water. The body would give feedback on the utility.

2. #COLD CASE: Police in Northern Ireland have reopened two sectarian murder cases after discovering potential new evidence.

3. #GREECE: Alexis Tsipras is still the Greek Prime Minister. Tsipras’ Syriza party won a decisive victory in the election.

4. #BREAKDOWN PLAN: RTÉ reports that the gardaí want to make it illegal not to carry a torch, breakdown triangle and fire extinguisher while driving.

5. #INJECTION CENTRES: An international group of experts has welcomed plans to introduce medically supervised injection centres in Ireland.

6. #U2: A U2 gig was evacuated after a report of an “armed man” in the venue.

7. #GALWAY: Four people were injured, two seriously, after a crash in Galway.

8. #ABORTION: Thousands of Irish women travel abroad for abortions. Here are some of their stories.

9. #HAMERON: A new book says that the British Prime Minister David Cameron “put a private part” in a dead pig’s mouth.

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