Tuesday evening briefing: 'No progress' in Garda talks to avert further industrial action. Catch up on all the headlines

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Tuesday evening briefing: 'No progress' in Garda talks to avert further industrial action. Catch up on all the headlines

IRELAND

The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors say "no progress" has been made in talks with Government to avert further industrial action.

Ann Lenihan, the matriarch of one of the country's leading political dynasties, has died.

A senior Nama official told the original bidder for the Northern Irish loan book, US firm Pimco, that some other way could be found to stay in the process, despite the emergence of controversial 'fixer' fees.

The jurors in the trial of a man accused of raping his friend in Dublin have been told all the indicators are there to prove he suffers from sexsomnia.

Tonight's abortion bill will not be voted on by the Dáil after Government parties agreed to block any ballot in return for fast-tracking plans to act on the Citizen's Assembly's findings next year. Meanwhile, the Dáil has voted to scrap its own mid-term break.

WORLD 

Workers have started dismantling the so-called Jungle migrant camp in Calais, hours later than planned.

An 11-year-old girl has been sexually assaulted by three boys under the age of 10 as mourners gathered in a cemetery.

Four people have been killed after a river rapids ride malfunctioned at a popular theme park on Australia's east coast.

Russia’s defence ministry has insisted humanitarian corridors leading out of Aleppo are still open and that there have been no Russian or Syrian air strikes on the besieged city for seven days now.

SPORT

The Bishop of Limerick has described as “moving and inspirational” a gesture by the 11-year-old son of the late Munster rugby star Anthony Foley in asking people to go to Mass and light candles over the next eight Sunday’s for their own deceased loved ones.

Leinster rugby fans and players are planning to pay tribute to a tragic young fan who sadly passed away after being selected to lead the team out against Connacht at the RDS Arena on Saturday.

Tonight sees the beginning of baseball's 2016 World Series with Terry Francona's Cleveland Indians and John Maddon's Chicago Cubs both looking to break perceived curses.

James McClean has called out Kenny Shiels over recent comments by the Derry City manager about the quality of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland soccer teams.

OPINION

There is a long history of ‘disinformation’ between Russia and the US. This presidential campaign, heavily affected by WikiLeaks, is laden down with it, writes David Wise

Cases before the Workplace Relations Commission show discrimination by schools of children with special requirements is not uncommon. It shows mixed up priorities on the part of schools, where children should be the primary concern at all times, writes Michael Clifford

BUSINESS

Food prices in the UK are "very likely" to rise as a result of Brexit, the chairman of Tesco has warned.

The European Union and Canada have tried to remain upbeat about the prospects for their trans-Atlantic free trade pact despite a small Belgian region persisting in its refusal to back the deal.

LIFESTYLE

There are plenty of tricks and treats on offer to keep families busy this mid-term, writes Ellie O’Byrne

SHOWBIZ

Move over James Corden, it’s time for car boot karaoke. Yes you read that right, car boot karaoke is here and it’s first guest is none other than Nathan Carter.

VIRAL

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are currently having the feud of the century in the battle for the White House which makes this 2008 video of Trump praising the Clintons pretty funny.

VIDEO

If you saw €4,000 worth of money on the ground, would you take some?

TECHNOW

GAMING: There are few games we're more excited about this year than Dishonored 2.

MOVIES/TV: Ken Loach's I, Daniel Blake is in cinemas now and it's an essential drama which should be seen by everyone.

TECH: Xiaomi is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer which has yet to really break out in Europe, but that could be about to change.

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A senior Nama official told the original bidder for the Northern Irish loan book, US firm Pimco, that some other way could be found to stay in the process, despite the emergence of controversial 'fixer' fees.

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