LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Alan Cawley guilty of double murder; Return of water supply further delayed
Update: The Chief Justice Susan Denham has initiated a review of social media and its impact on the Courts.
Activists have called for the European Union to use a meeting with the Turkish foreign minister to urge the release of human rights workers detained as part of Turkey’s crackdown following last year’s failed coup.
Real Madrid have agreed a €180m deal for teenage Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe, according to the Spanish media.
Ian Bailey will not be extradited to France to face trial for the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier after a High Court judge threw out an attempt to have him surrendered to French authorities, describing the action as “an abuse of process”.
John Fogarty looks ahead to the latest instalment of Galway v Tipperary.
There was an air of unreality about the whole day. Maybe it was the lack of complaint. There’s nothing normal or natural about it, hearing thousands of people amble about admiring things, especially in Cork.
There is a need for better ways to avoid cases of disagreement from coming to court , as the parents of terminally ill Charlie Gard accept legal fight for treatment is over, writes Ella Pickover
The festival will take place in Belfast along with three cities in England, Scotland, Wales.
This is pretty much the only thing you need to see today.
A legal row has erupted in relation to the development of a shopping centre at Blackrock in Co Dublin.