Here's your lunchtime bulletin.
IRELAND: Martin McGuinness - the IRA commander who became friends with his most implacable enemy - has died, aged 66. Tributes have been paid to the former Sinn Féin politician, although relatives of IRA victims have been critical of McGuinness' legacy.
IRELAND: A High Court judge has indicated his intention to execute a warrant for Ian Bailey’s arrest.
IRELAND: A new deal has been reached which will allow the redevelopment of Clery's to go ahead.
WORLD: A legal analyst who claimed British intelligence could have helped spy on Donald Trump during his bid to become US president has been taken off the air.
ANALYSIS: Enda Kenny must leave now or he will tarnish his reputation forever, writes Fergus Finlay.
SPORT: Munster have confirmed that Dave Foley is leaving the club at the end of the season.
SPORT: Newcastle forward Daryl Murphy has been ruled out of Ireland's World Cup qualifier with Wales at the Aviva through injury, while James McCarthy is still doubtful.
VIRAL: Yes, it is snowing in parts of Ireland and here’s proof.
FEATURES: Gráinne McGuinness answers your personal finance questions. This week, will changing jobs affect my husband’s pension?
SHOWBIZ: Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon has told how she had never dated or kissed a woman before meeting her wife Christine Marinoni.
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