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People who live in Lahaina on the Hawaiian island of Maui have been allowed back to their homes – to see if they’re still standing.

At least 80 people have died, but hundreds are missing and searches continue – in what has become Hawaii’s deadliest natural disaster since 1960, when a tsunami killed 61.

Wildfires have turned many properties into burnt out shells after flames virtually wiped out the historic town.


Close to 1200 PSNI staff members have now been referred to an emergency threat assessment group.

The group was set up this week to provide security advice following two data breaches.


New hospital waiting list figures are ahead of target at the end of July, according to the Department of Health.

491,324 people are now on Active Waiting Lists, a drop of close to five per cent compared to July 2022.


Operational issues at a North Cork water treatment plant mean some customer’s water supply may be disrupted this evening and tomorrow morning.

Millstreet and the surrounding areas are affected.

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