Evening top 5: Talks continue between FG and Independents; 16-year-old sentenced for Jobstown protest

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Late-night negotiations are continuing between Fine Gael and Independents

They have been examining a Programme for Government details of which have been leaking out to the media.

One of the key promises of the new minority Government is to end the use of hotels and B&B's for homeless families, while 10,000 additional children are to get medical cards.

Enda Kenny is set to be re-elected Taoiseach tomorrow at a special Dáil sitting at noon - 70 days after the people voted in the general election.

16-year-old sentenced to six-months for Jobstown protest

He is the first person to be jailed in connection with the Jobstown protests, in which Joan Burton and her entourage were allegedly trapped in their car for hours in November 2014.

The court heard he has prior convictions for theft and has already served a sentence, which expired in January, for his other offences.

Gardaí renew appeal for mother of baby girl to come forward

The remains of the baby were discovered at the Greenstar Recycling Plant in Fassaroe in Bray yesterday morning.

A post mortem was carried out this evening, the findings of which would suggest that the baby was born some weeks earlier than initially thought.

Superintendent Pat Ward reiterated that he is very concerned for the welfare of the mother as she is possibly in a distressed state and in need of medical assistance.

14 men arrested during funeral in Co Tyrone

Anti-terror police from the PSNI have arrested 14 men during a raid at the funeral of a dissident republican in the North.

Michael Barr was shot dead last month by two gunmen who burst into the Sunset House pub in Dublin and hit him up to three times.

Three more Canadian communities evacuated as wildfire spreads south

Up to 88,000 people have been displaced in the Albertan city of Fort McMurray as a result of raging wildfires, with residents of three more Canadian communities being forces from their homes.

Mandatory evacuation orders have now been issued for the Anzac, Gregoire Lake Estates and Fort McMurray First Nation areas - all of which are about 50km away from where the fire first began.