The top five:Little change in latest poll; Irish man dies in Australia

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There would be no major changes for the three major parties if there was another general election.

A Sunday Business Post/RED C poll found the results would be largely the same for most of the political parties.

The survey of more than 1,000 voters between Monday and Thursday found there would only be slight gains for the big parties if an election was called soon.

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Donald Trump is threatening to press charges against protesters, after scuffles in Chicago led to a rally being cancelled.

Protesters are angry about his comments on immigration and Muslims

Yesterday, a man was charged after lunging towards Donald Trump at a rally in Ohio.

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The union representing Luas drivers say that Transdev should roll up their sleeves and resolve the ongoing pay row.

It comes after the NBRU criticised the "extraordinary" decision by the company to hire buses during industrial action on St Patrick's Day and has written to the Minister for Transport over what they call "scab labour".

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Workers at Cadbury's in Dublin are to be balloted on a new set of proposals, agreed last night at the Workplace Relations Commission.

Unite and SIPTU members met yesterday to discuss the latest recommendations.

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A Mayo man in his 30s has died in a road accident in Australia, were he had been living.

Kevin Moran from Mulranny was a noted rugby player, having been an underage star with Connacht and a key player for Westport Bulls.