Home Sweet Home plans; Brendan Howlin on Jobstown; and Trump's wrestling tweet...
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed says a decision by the British government to withdraw from a fisheries convention is "unwelcome and unhelpful".
The UK is pulling out of the 1964 London Fisheries Convention.
Minister Creed says: "Today's announcement by the UK Government is unwelcome and unhelpful. It is a part of Brexit and will be considered by the EU 27 MSs and the Barnier team when the negotiations commence.
The Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin says 'it was a mistake' in not pursuing public order offences against the Jobstown Six, instead of false imprisonment.
Solidarity TD Paul Murphy and five other men were all cleared this week of falsely imprisoning the former Tánaiste Joan Burton and her advisor during an anti-water protest charge demonstration in 2014.
Mr Howlin says the party had "no hand, act or part" in the prosecution.
US President Donald Trump has tweeted out a video, seemingly showing him 'beating up' the news network, CNN.
The video footage shows a wresting ring with one person's face covered by the CNN logo. Mr Trump then comes up and begins attacking the CNN figure.
The group of activists that occupied Apollo House in Dublin over the Christmas period have announced plans to put money raised by the campaign towards a special “community organising grant.”
Accounts released by the Home Sweet Home group in February showed that just under €190,000 was donated to the campaign over the Christmas period.
Campaigners have pledged to put the same level of energy that was devoted to the anti-water campaign into defeating the new bin charges regime.
Demonstrators have insisted that a public show of strength against the charges will force the government onto the back foot.