Here's your evening update.
IRELAND: A drugs haul, worth nearly €1million euro, which was discovered in a house in Tipperary, is linked to the Collopy criminal gang in Limerick city, garda sources said.
IRELAND: Two Dublin men have been found guilty of the murder of dissident republican Peter Butterly who was shot dead outside a pub in Meath in March 2013.
IRELAND: The HSE has agreed to write to TDs next week, amid claims it misled the Public Accounts Committee about its handling of the Grace case.
WORLD: Hawaii has become the first US state to file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, saying the order will harm its Muslim population, tourism and foreign students.
WORLD: French authorities have issued arrest warrants for two more suspects in the November 2015 gun and suicide bomb attacks in Paris that killed 130 people.
SPORT: Former Galway hurler David Collins has been elected the new President of the GPA.
BUSINESS: Ulster Bank is closing nine branches in Northern Ireland this autumn, the company said.
SHOWBIZ: Here's who we'll be watching on Friday's Late Late Show.
SHOWBIZ: Everybody seems to know everybody else on First Dates tonight.
VIRAL: This adorable dog has joined a monastery in Bolivia and is now known as Friar Moustache.
© Irish Examiner Ltd. All rights reserved