Conor McGregor's civic reception, the Fine Gael Ard Fheis and UEFA accepting debit cards for Euro 2016
After a busy weekend of news and sport, here are five stories that may have slipped under the radar this weekend.
Conor McGregor's civic ceremony plans, some good news for Irish fans ahead of Euro 2016 and Donald Trump's outlandish claim all feature in the five things to catch up on from this weekend.
UEFA have confirmed that they will accept debit cards from Irish fans applying for tickets to this summer's European Championships in France.
Many supporters hoping to purchase tickets for Euro 2016 games were informed by European football's governing body after the application deadline, that a credit card must to be used.
Following his phenomenal title win over Jose Aldo last month, Dublin City Council announced that a civic reception would take place to celebrate Conor McGregor's success.
It has since emerged however, that Conor McGregor's agent sent an email to the Lord Mayor's office, outlining a number of complaints about the details of the event.
Donald Trump has claimed he could shoot somebody in the middle of a New York street and not lose any voters.
The billionaire and Republican hopeful, speaking at an event in Iowa, said, "I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose any voters".
Dean Strang, of Making a Murderer fame, appeared on the Ray D'Arcy Show to discuss the documentary that had become a huge phenomenon in recent weeks, but the interview did not go well.
Strang, and the other defense lawyer in the case Jerry Buting, has seen a huge amount of media attention since the series was released and was in Ireland on Saturday night to appear on D'Arcy's show and discuss the phenomenon thatMaking a Murderer has become, as well as his life in the years since the case ended.
The Fine Gael Ard Fheis took place today in Citywest in Dublin on Saturday.
Opening the ceremonies in Dublin, Enda Kenny said the party's message to the people will be that the coalition needs to be re-elected if the economic recovery is to keep going.