The top stories this Sunday morning...
Met Éireann has withdrawn its severe weather warnings overnight.
Storm Desmond has wreaked havoc across the country this weekend with gale force winds and torrential rain.
Last night members of the defence forces were called in to help local authorities deal with flooding in areas including Cork, Kerry, Westmeath and Donegal.
Meanwhile the ESB are working to restore power to hundreds of customers left in the dark.
Flights to and from Irish airports have been affected by the weather, with some cancelled and others diverted.
Thousands of passengers were left stranded over the past two days at airports around the country.
In Mayo, Crossmolina has been cut off due to severe flooding overnight. In Cork, Bandon appears to have taken the brunt of Storm Desmond.
The Banking Inquiry Committee will continue marathon last ditch efforts to sign off on its report this morning.
The 11 members of the Oireachtas group must complete the document today - to allow legal advisors to asses it tomorrow.
The report is due to be sent to interested parties by Tuesday to allow them enough time to respond to the findings.
However it is feared at least two members of the committee will refuse to sign off on it today.
The stabbing of three people at a London tube station by a man wielding a large knife is being treated as a "terrorist incident", police have said.
The suspect apparently shouted "this is for Syria" before attacking members of the public near the ticket barriers at Leytonstone station.
One man was stabbed in the neck, leaving him seriously injured. He is believed to be aged in his 50s and his condition is reported to be not life-threatening.
Two other people suffered minor injuries.
Gardaí are appealing for help in tracing a missing 13-year-old boy.
Connor Mc Aleer from Ballyboughal in north Co Dublin has not been seen since Friday.
He is 5 foot 4 inches in height, with brown hair and of slim build.
When last seen Connor was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms, a black jacket and white runners.