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IRELAND

Sinn Féin says the decision by Cabinet to appeal the EU's €13bn Apple tax ruling is "just wrong".

‘Bizarre and outrageous’ - that's Michael Noonan's response to the European Commission's Apple tax ruling after the Cabinet agreed it should be appealed.

Up to six shots have been fired in Dublin this evening, and a car is reported to be on fire near the scene. The shooting happened at Drumalee Park off the North Circular Road at about 5.25pm. Members of the extended Hutch family are living in the area.

A strike by Dublin Bus drivers will go ahead after fresh discussions between management at the company and unions representing staff broke down.

There has been an outpouring of support for Clodagh Hawe, 39, who was killed by her husband, Alan Hawe, 40, in the Cavan murder-suicide last Monday.

A serving member of the British armed forces has been charged with Northern Ireland-related terror offences.

WORLD

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The Brazilian man whose "miraculous" cure from a brain infection paved the way for Mother Teresa's canonisation this weekend said he is grateful for his life but does not feel particularly chosen by God.

A former Stanford University student who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman on campus has been released from jail. Brock Turner was released early for good behaviour after serving three months of a six-month sentence that was handed down in June.

Britain is seeking a "strong new European partnership" with the remaining 27 members of the EU after Brexit, the UK's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said.

SPORT

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Daryl Murphy will head into World Cup qualification battle in Serbia dreaming of both Russia and the Premier League.

Tipperary hurling Legend Eoin Kelly has a simple message for the county’s charges ahead of All-Ireland Final on Sunday- meet Kilkenny’s intensity levels to win.

From apprentice to senior partner, Rory Scannell has made the leap from pretender to midfield mainstay in the space of a season but understands he has to become a leader to the Munster backs hopeful of following in his wake.

BUSINESS

Samsung has halted sales of its Galaxy Note7 just two weeks after the smartphone’s launch after discovering the batteries in a number of handsets exploded while charging.

Eir has announced a €24m increase in operating profits to €505m in the year to June – that’s up 5% on the previous year.

LIFESTYLE

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From LCD Soundsystem to Brian Deady, Ed Power offers his selection of must-sees for Stradbally.

ANALYSIS

Who holds the high moral ground in this awful Apple mess? Who can claim to be speaking without forked tongue, asks Michael Clifford

VIRAL

Paddy Power have placed a billboard on Dublin’s Baggot Street, asking people to place a bet on Donald Trump to be the next President of America.

It has finally arrived, the weekend 55,000 people have been waiting for and the rest of the nation has been dreading. This year’s Electric Picnic looks good. AND it’s sunny! WTF?

VIDEO

In the first two of four All-Ireland hurling final videos, Irish Examiner columnist Donal O'Grady assesses the big match tactics.

TECHNOW

GAMINGBlizzard released Overwatch to much acclaim a few months back and millions of players have already dived straight into this online team based shooter.

MOVIES/TVA young woman is just out of prison and needs a date for a wedding. Read our review of A Date for Mad Mary.

TECHIFA 2016 is just about to really kick into high gear, and many of the majors have already been shouting about their latest technological treats.

SHOWBIZ

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Chris O’Dowd is in top form in the latest trailer for his new film Mascots.

MOST READ RIGHT NOW

There has been an outpouring of support for Clodagh Hawe, 39, who was killed by her husband, Alan Hawe, 40, in the Cavan murder-suicide last Monday.


Lifestyle

These are the nail hues to choose this season, says Katie Wright.Perfectly polished: 5 autumn/winter nail trends you’ll actually want to wear

This early 19th-century table is one of a number of Irish lots at Sotheby’s Style, Furniture and Ceramics sale in New York on Thursday (October 24).Irish lots poised to add bite to Big Apple sale

Something for all at Hegarty’s auction in Bandon, says Des O’SullivanSomething for all at Hegarty’s auction in Bandon

Des O’Sullivan gives a preview of the Irish selection on offer at two sales in DublinPreview of the Irish selection on offer at two sales in Dublin

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