good morning. Here is today’s briefing from the early crew.news desk.
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Ireland will see a “terrifying” wave of late cancer diagnoses next year, and in some cases, too late in medicine, warned Taoiseach Michéal Martin.
The first of the government’s three €200 electricity credits will appear on consumers’ bills from tomorrow. >>Read more.
Had successive governments listened to experts, acted, and planned ahead, the situation could have been mitigated, writes Laura Harmon. >>Read more.
The number of homeowners switching mortgages has more than doubled as customers demand better value following three rate hikes by the European Central Bank (ECB). >>Read more.
Independent Senator Lin Ruan reveals she has endometriosis and will work with other members of the Senate to investigate limited access to treatment in Ireland I am going to ask the Oirichitas Health Commission for help. >>Read more.
With the garage built into the ground, these Pembrokewood homes have an unusual look, but a very interesting interior layout.
Nemo was riding from off. They spotlighted everything from matchups to tactical approaches. >>Read more.
What kind of fresh Halloween hell is this? In a country that likes to preach to others about parliamentary democracy, is he the third unelected leader thrust upon us in these three years?>> read more.
Stations also include Downton Abbey, Ken Follett and Outlander. >>Read more.
Showers or prolonged rains are expected to be fairly widespread in the south and west this morning, especially in Munster and south Leinster with flooding and potential disruption.
In the afternoon, the western regions will experience drier and brighter weather, but the rain will clear slowly towards the east through the evening.
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