The Evening Top 5: High Court orders halt to work on Moore Street, Credit Union offer €5 billion housing fund

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High Court orders restoration and building work on Dublin's Moore Street halted

The acting Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys says she and her officials will carefully study a High Court judgement regarding Moore Street. Ms Humphreys said: "My priority up to this point has been to progress the important works to preserve the National Monument at numbers 14-17, which was the final headquarters of the 1916 leaders".

Conor McGregor set for Nate Diaz rematch at UFC 200

Conor McGregor will be given a shot at redemption at UFC 200 if the latest reports are to be believed. According to Ariel Helwani, the UFC is close to finalizing a non-title welterweight rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz as the main event of UFC 200 in July.

Adele announced as final headliner for this year's Glastonbury festival

Adele announced live on stage this evening during her gig in the O2 Arena in London that she will be headlining the Glastonbury festival later this year. She will be joining the already announced Muse and Coldplay, who will take to the Pyramid Stage on the Friday and Sunday nights, respectively, with Adele performing on the Saturday night.

Credit unions offer €5 billion housing fund to State

The Irish League of Credit Unions is willing to put up €5 billion to help the housing crisis. The fund could be kept off official borrowing figures and would build thousands of houses over the next six years, the Irish Times reports. Writing to the Department of Finance, the league stressed that it is anxious to employ its resources for "community-enhancing investments".

Phishing: The threat in your pocket that could catch you out and cost you money

You may have received a call, text or email in recent times, claiming to be from a service provider, offering a refund or tax back. To claim the money, you need to click on a link and insert bank details. You know that saying “If it seems too good to be true then it probably is”? That applies here. This is the very definition of phishing