Here's what you need to know.
UK ELECTION: Theresa May has said she intends to form a government that will provide "certainty" and guide the country through Brexit talks.
UK ELECTION: Fine Gael Leader, Minister Leo Varadkar, says the outcome of the UK election "represents an opportunity for Ireland" and added that the restoration of power sharing in the North is a priority.
IRELAND: The CSO has launched a new online tool to help consumers make informed decisions on what to buy.
IRELAND: Education Minister Richard Bruton looks set to be handed the challenge of restoring confidence in An Garda Síochána as Justice Minister
WORLD: Donald Trump has made his first comments, over Twitter, since yesterday's gripping testimony by ex-FBI director James Comey before the Sentate Intelligence Committee.
BUSINESS: Unions in the UK have hailed Labour's election success and said policies must now be brought forward to boost workers' pay and rights.
SPORT: The Saudi Arabian Football Federation has apologised for "any offence caused" after its players declined to join in a minute's silence in memory of the London Bridge attacks before the start of a World Cup qualifying match.
VIRAL: Corbyn attempted to give fellow party member, Emily Thornberry a high-five after it emerged that he had earned the highest ever majority for his seat and …. we’ll just let you see for yourself.
SHOWBIZ: Just when you think there are some things that are simply out of your reach, you come across someone that achieves what may be thought as the impossible. Meet Mandy Harvey.
CULTURE: Crawford graduate Stephen Doyle visited Russia to create portraits of gay people living under that country’s oppressive sexuality laws.
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