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The secretary of state in charge of the UK's exit from the European Union has spent the day in Northern Ireland meeting politicians and business leaders.
David Davis agreed that governments on both sides of the Irish Border want access to open trade and travel.
Meetings between Independent ministers and various Government officials on the Apple tax ruling took place today ahead of tomorrow's Cabinet meeting.
Ministers and TDs from the Independent Alliance met this afternoon to discuss their position, but the meeting ended after over an hour.
The group, which has two ministers at Cabinet, are to continue discussions on various fronts and are expected to make a decision in advance of tomorrow's meeting.
New Zealand's North Island has been shaken by a 7.1 quake, with local reports warning coastal residents to move to higher ground.
The earthquake struck at about 4.40am local time and was centered about 130km northeast of Te Araroa at a depth of about 33km.
The quake was felt as far south as Akaroa - about halfway down the South Island - and as far north as Kerikeri, about 240km north of Auckland.
After making history at the Olympics in Rio 2016, Usain Bolt is entering the final lap of his distinguished career.
The nine-time Olympic champion has spoken exclusively to The Pat Kenny Show in his first interview since the Games, and stated that he is already looking forward to next season, which culminates at the World Championships in London.
Just like going on a little mini-holiday, heading down to Electric Picnic can fill you with doubts as to whether or not you've remembered to bring everything you should have with you.