Dozens die in Turkish blast, and the censor bans the first book in Ireland in 18 years
After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's everything you need to know to get caught up quickly this Monday morning.
At least 34 people were killed and 125 more were wounded in a car bombing in Turkey's capital Sunday.
A car packed with explosives blew up close to the city's main shopping and transport home near the city's main square, Kizilay.
Shop windows shattered and several cars caught fire in the explosion.
A volunteer coach from a Dublin youth football club, has written a letter about their experience with abuse from parents of the players.
In the letter, the volunteer outlines how they engage with underage coaching freely, and without the promise of payment. They also explain the struggles that coaches face and asks parents to be more understanding when they attend games.
The book The Raped Little Runaway, written by Jean Martin, has become the first book to be banned in Ireland since 1998.
The meeting of the Censorship of Publications Board, which took place at the start of March, made the decision to ban the book on the grounds of its content as it contains descriptions of the rape of a child.
Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe continues to rule out any intervention involving government money in the dispute between Luas operator Transdev and tram drivers.
Speaking to Shane Coleman on The Sunday Show on Newstalk, Donohoe said "I will not be using, and cannot use taxpayers money to facilitate a resolution".
Edwin Van der Sar had a successful return to football after he saved a penalty for amateur side VV Noordwijk.
The former Manchester United goalkeeper was coaxed out of retirement for one game following an injury crisis at Dutch side VV Noordwijk and the hassle the team went to get Van Der Sar to tog out for them paid off.