Every morning, TheJournal.ie brings you brings you the nine stories you need to know a little before 9am.1. #COURTS: A man has been released without charge following the seizure of heroin worth almost €6.3 million last week.2. #POLICING: A new scheme will see every 150 houses in Dublin have its own dedicated garda, the Irish Mail on Sunday reports. The ‘back to basics’ programme will eventually be rolled out to the rest of the country.3. #LEGALISATION: A report in this morning’s Sunday Times details how medicinal cannabis for patients with conditions linked to muscle spasticity will be legalised next month, although will take some time before it comes on the market.4. #YOUR INFO: Pharmaceutical companies can buy the records of every public patient in Ireland, the Sunday Business Post has revealed. The paper reports that the information has details such as name and date of birth, removed.5. #BANKING INQUIRY: The Sunday Times reports that a crucial 2008 cabinet letter regarding the bank guarantee may be released to the inquiry, after previous fears that it would be withheld.6. #INSURGENCY: The first shipment of Russian fighter jets to be used to fight rebels has arrived, according to BBC News.7. #UPWARD ONLY: Bewley’s on Grafton Street could have its rent reduced next week. The Supreme Court is due to rule on whether it should be brought in line with market rates.8. #LAUNCH: North Korea has launched two short-range Scud missiles, in breach of UN sanctions, Reuters reports.9. #MARS: Nasa has tested what is pretty much a flying saucer, carrying advanced technology to be used to land on Mars. However, its parachuted tangled and it crashed into the Pacific Ocean.