Here's your lunchtime bulletin.
GET INFORMED ...
Health officials were told in September last year of a possible €400m overrun at the National Children's Hospital.
The Government has been told to "do the right thing" and engage without preconditions with striking nurses.
Met Éireann has announced a status orange wind warning for Donegal, Galway and Mayo on top of the status yellow warning for the rest of the country.
A paedophile who tipped off gardaí about plans by other men to "share" an 11-year-old boy was caught in possession of child porn when his house was raided.
Theresa May has arrived in Brussels for crunch Brexit talks after insisting that the UK must not be “trapped” in a backstop deal.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has challenged title rivals Liverpool to respond after they went top of the Premier League for the first time in two months.
EU officials have slashed their growth forecast for the 19 countries that use the euro, saying even the reduced estimate was vulnerable to "large uncertainty".
... SOME DISTRACTION
: Meet the new judge on RTÉ’s Home of the Year: Cork architect Peter Crowley. He tells Esther McCarthy how he designed his own house –and reveals the secret to creating the perfect family home
: Liam Neeson has cancelled an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert amid controversy over his rape revenge comments.
: There is controversy over a number of underwear posters at Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin. They feature models posing suggestively in lingerie.
courtsplace: donegalplace: galwayplace: mayoplace: brusselsplace: corkplace: dundrum town centreplace: dublinperson: irelandperson: theresa mayperson: pep guardiolaperson: peter crowleyperson: esther mccarthyperson: liam neesonevent: brexitevent: premier leagueorganisation: national children's hospitalorganisation: met éireannorganisation: ukorganisation: manchester cityorganisation: liverpoolorganisation: euorganisation: rté