MORNING BULLETIN: Varadkar heads to Paris; No cap on tracker mortgages compensation

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IRELAND: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar travels to Paris today to hold talks with French President Emmanuel Macron on Brexit and the future of Europe.

IRELAND: There have been calls for a full review of Cork City’s tree policy after it emerged that Storm Ophelia may have knocked up to 600 trees citywide — with the clean-up expected to cost millions.

IRELAND: Compensation for customers wrongly removed from their tracker mortgages will not be capped, the governor of the Central Bank has said.

WORLD: The US Senate has given a preliminary green light to a $36.5bn (€31bn) hurricane relief package that would provide Puerto Rico with a much-needed infusion of cash.

ANALYSIS: There is no sinister plot in method to deliver more efficient state services, according to Fergus Finlay

SPORT: Dónal Óg Cusack’s departure as Clare coach and selector is expected to be confirmed later today


MORNING BULLETIN: Varadkar heads to Paris; No cap on tracker mortgages compensation

HALLOWEEN: Ciara McDonnell hears how pumpkins are a fantastic plant for any would-be grower, particularly young growers wanting to get their hands dirty.

ARTS: A new musical tells the true story of the infamous kidnapper and Cork nobleman Sir Henry, writes Colette Sheridan.

SHOWBIZ: Reality television star Gemma Collins has said she is considering taking legal action over an incident at the Radio 1 Teen Awards in which she fell down a hole on stage.


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