Your lunchtime headlines.
GET INFORMED ...
Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has summoned the Israeli ambassador to Ireland to a meeting to discuss yesterday's violent scenes in Gaza.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has specifically ruled out re-running the abortion referendum "for the foreseable future" if the public votes against plans to repeal the Eighth Amendment on Friday week.
A seven-year-old boy who died in a light aircraft crash in Offaly on Sunday has been named as Kacper Kacprzak.
Palestinians are observing a general strike to mourn dozens killed by Israeli army fire in the deadliest day in Gaza since a 2014 war.
A new survey of the Irish workforce by IrishJobs.ie reveals that almost 4 in 10 workers (37%) didn’t take their full allocation of annual leave in 2017.
The Irish Cricket team have set Pakistan a target of 160 runs to win on the final day of their inaugural test match in Malahide.
... SOME DISTRACTION
Last night Claire Byrne hosted a live referendum debate as part of her weekly live show.During the show, viewers took to Twitter to complain about the conduct of the audience during the debate.
The Rolling Stones will take to the stage of Dublin’s Croke Park this Thursday night and as 70,000 expected to attend, organizers have issued the following warning to concertgoers.
Andy Summers first picked up a camera during his touring days with The Police. He tells Ed Power about his love of photography and his current exhibition at UCC.
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