The Herald Daily
Wednesday 19 September 2018
Today's top story
A sudden downpour yesterday gives visitors to the National Ploughing Championship in Tullamore a drenching. Photo: PA
Flying debris warning as Storm Ali blows in with winds of 120kph Batten down the hatches as Storm Ali rips across the country today.
Main Headlines
Mary Ann Wilson (left) and Marcella Wilson were killed in road collision in Mayo. 'I said a prayer for little Seanie', says trucker in crash that killed family Tom Shiel A trucker whose lorry collided with a car, killing three generations of one family - including a seven-year-old boy - collected toys belonging to the child scattered along the roadside and placed them beside his body.
Martha Sanchez (29) was spared a prison sentence after volunteering to donate €2,000 to charity Bride-to-be kicked garda and tried to bite her after Prosecco bender Nicola Donnelly A bride-to-be assaulted a female garda and tried to bite her, leaving a blood-stained saliva mark on her uniform, after she became "hopelessly" drunk celebrating her engagement with a bottomless brunch.
Robyn Smyth (left) and sister Millie at Dublin Airport. Robyn makes history with ground-breaking US cancer treatment Sarah Slater A Dublin teenager has become the first Irish person to undergo a ground-breaking cancer treatment in the US.
Victim Celia Barquín. Man held for murder of top female golfer on course Luke Meredith A homeless man attacked and killed a top amateur golfer from Spain who was playing a round near her university campus in central Iowa - leaving her body in a pond on the course, police have alleged.

VISION: GAA President John Horan speaking at Croke Park during the launch of the ESRI Report into Playing Senior Intercounty Gaelic Games GAA's tiers in heaven Conor McKeon A tiered football Championship now looks inevitable and could come into being as soon as 2020 if support continues to gather pace.
Manchester United’s players warm up during a training session on the artificial turf at the Stade de Suisse on the eve of their Champions League Group H match against Young Boys in Bern Mourinho faces pitch battle with Young Boys Jose Mourinho has told Manchester United's players to follow tennis great Roger Federer's lead as they kick off their Champions League campaign on a plastic pitch.
Jack O’Sullivan of Lansdowne during the All-Ireland League and Women’s All-Ireland League 2018/19 launch at the Aviva Stadium League can be path to greater things Des Berry The Ulster Bank League will kick off in two weeks - and it can still be a stepping stone to the professional game.
Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui. Photo: Reuters Lopetegui to embrace pressure as Real boss Tony Arthur Julen Lopetegui is ready to embrace the pressure head on of trying to guide Real Madrid to a fourth successive Champions League success.
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