Catch-up with what you've missed today with our evening briefing

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Catch-up with what you've missed today with our evening briefing


The Sinn Féin leader has suggested his party could support a minority Government led by either Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil.

The Independent Alliance has said it is expecting a reply from Enda Kenny early next week about its demands for Government.

The Court of Appeal has quashed the convictions of a Wexford couple who were found guilty of killing a woman suffering from MS by neglect.


Police in Los Angeles are testing a knife that was reportedly recovered at a house once owned by OJ Simpson.

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has married Jerry Hall at an aristocratic palace.

A British man was thrown off an easyJet flight to Amsterdam at Luton Airport after a fellow passenger read a message about a “prayer” on his phone and claimed that he was a threat to security.


Anthony Foley has made three changes from the Munster side that defeated Treviso away for this weekend's return to Thomond Park.

Leinster Rugby Head Coach Leo Cullen has made seven changes to his starting XV to take on the Ospreys in the PRO12 tomorrow in the RDS Arena.

A report has concluded that it cannot rule out the possibility that a payment of 6.7million from the German federation to world governing body FIFA in April 2005 was used to buy votesfor the 2006 World Cup.


A leading Irish economist has broken ranks by saying Ireland’s economy would likely fare well enough even if the UK were to vote this summer to leave the EU.

Building materials giant CRH expects further large assets to go on sale as international rivals move to improve their balance sheets, adding it is looking at “hundreds” of potential acquisitions.


Donald Trump knows very well that Hillary Clinton is a smart politician, but he also knows she isn’t necessarily a smart campaigner, writes Bette Browne


Being a TD is not the ideal job for somebody who wants to strike a good work/life balance and it’s much worse for rural TDS who are away from home midweek. Georgina O’Halloran talked to three parents, including two women, about the sacrifices they have made and will make


There’s nothing that Irish people love more than a good old sing-song at the end of a night out - and if it’s as Gaeilge, sure, all the better.

This little girl broke out the medical tools to give her dog a very thorough examination before giving 'Nala' a clean bill of health.


GAMING: Mirror's Edge was a dang beautiful thing when it released back in 2008, even if very few people actually bought it. And after almost eight years we're getting a new game which looks even more gorgeous.

MOVIES: Star Wars The Force Awakens already became a box office titan, with over $2 billion in ticket sales, and now it's your chance to bring it home.

TECH: If you pop into Facebook Messenger now you'll be able to share a song or playlist from Spotify.


Bobbi Kristina Brown’s face was immersed in water and she was intoxicated with a mix of marijuana, alcohol, morphine and other drugs – a combination that caused pneumonia that led to her death, a coroner has said.


A leading senator has hit out at the “bloody thin” salaries TDs are paid, claiming politicians who have lost their seats will be forced to survive on “very little” parachute supports after they leave office.

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