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The 9 at 9: Sunday

Everything you need to know for your Sunday reading.

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EVERY MORNING,TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you kick off your day.

1. #LIMERICK: The state pathologist is due at the scene of a house in Limerick where a woman’s body was found yesterday.

2. #SEARCH: A search of the River Nore is underway in Kilkenny after a man in his 20s entered the water while walking with friends early this morning. (RTÉ)

3. #FRANCE: Charlie Hebdo killer Cherif Kouachi has been buried in an unmarked grave near Paris with no relatives in attendance.

4. #UNPAID: A GPs group is taking legal action against the HSE over a €20,000 unpaid bill at a Wexford clinic.

5 #LAPGATE: Fine Gael TD Áine Collins described the ‘lapgate’ incident as a “missed opportunity” as she talked to TheJournal.ie about female representation in the Dáil.

6. #TEENAGE DREAMS: A teenage couple who embarked on a crime spree across the Southern US have been arrested in Florida. (CNN)

7. #PARTY TIME: Stephen Donnelly TD has denied his is setting up a new party after a newspaper report said he was on the verge of doing so.

8. #CONGREGATION: In one of the world’s biggest outpourings of papal devotion, millions of people turned out to hear Pope Francis celebrate mass in the Philippines.

9. #LIVING WAGE: Ever wonder what exactly the minimum wage can buy you in Ireland? We checked. It doesn’t go very far.

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