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

1. #GROUNDED: The Irish Aviation Authority has launched an investigation into a problem with the flight radar system at Shannon that caused the closure of part of Irish airspace last night.

2. #TRUMP: New York state department said yesterday it is investigating reports that President Donald Trump helped his parents dodge millions of dollars in taxes. 

3. #BREXIT: Theresa May is expected to close the Conservative Party Conference by declaring Britain’s post-Brexit future is “full of promise”.

4. #AT RISK:  Irish Water is to contact 140,000 homes and businesses to update them on the quality of their water supply over the coming weeks. 

5. #KRISPY KREME: Residents living near the new Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown, Dublin report that it has been a “nightmare” to sleep because of the constant queues of cars and drivers who frequently blow their horns. 

6. #INDONESIA: A volcano has erupted in central Indonesia on the same island as the earlier earthquake. 

7. #SLÁINTECARE: TV presenter Brendan Courtney has been appointed to the Sláintecare Implementation Advisory Council.

8. #BAPTISM BARRIER: A practice which allows primary schools to prioritise religion as a criterion in the admission of new pupils is to be prohibited from today.

9. #KILMAINHAM: A woman in her 60s has died following a traffic collision in Dublin.

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