Monday's top stories on Newstalk.com...
An aid convoy has been targeted by Syrian government or Russian military aircraft, hours after a ceasefire came to an end.
The Syrian Red Crescent trucks were hit after a routine delivery of supplies to the beleaguered city of Aleppo where fighting for control of the city has intensified as rebel groups have made gains battling Syrian government forces.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said at least 32 people were killed in the attack.
A suspect being hunted over the Manhattan and New Jersey bombings is in custody after a shootout.
Ahmad Khan Rahami (28), a naturalised US citizen from Afghanistan who had been described as "armed and dangerous" by the FBI, was injured in the gun battle with police.
Heineken Ireland has discovered that some of its products have been mislabeled and sold as craft beers in a number of pubs around the country.
The Irish subsidiary of the Dutch beer giant has confirmed to Newstalk that some of its "low-volume high-quality draught products" have been sold in what it says were a small number of outlets under local craft beer names.
The company added that this practice has been stopped.
Met Éireann and the British Met Office have released the names to be given to storms for the coming year.
It is building on success of the first season of the scheme, which ran last year between the two weather forecasters.
The public have again suggested names for wind storms with the potential to cause substantial impacts.
The Sky Sports News coverage of the GAA Championships has left a lot to be desired since they started broadcasting games in 2014.
While the match coverage has worked very well, with pundits like Jim McGuinness and Jamesie O'Connor, the coverage on the rolling news channel, has been littered with mistakes.
On Sunday evening, Sky may have produced their biggest faux pas, when introducing a segment on the Dublin-Mayo draw calling it the "All-England Final" in Croke Park.