Here are all the latest headlines this lunchtime...
Four parties from Northern Ireland are in London today as Brexit negotiations reach a crucial stage.
Rents across the country are continuing to rise. They increased nationwide by an average of 11.3% in the year to last September, according to the property website, Daft.ie.
Two of the country’s largest developers, who are both building offices in Cork city for thousands of workers, have backed the St Patrick St car ban and said the city must change and innovate if it is to thrive.
Donald Trump did not want to disrupt Paris roads with a last-minute motorcade to a cemetery in northern France, the White House has said.
Eir has announced it is investing €150 million in rolling out 4G mobile broadband across the country.
Gardaí were called to a football match yesterday after a referee was injured when a fight broke out during a game.
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé has announced two Irish dates for next year.
Diane O’Connor has mined the breastfeeding experience for her stand-up comedy show.
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