The top stories this Wednesday evening
A US Secret Service official has spoken to the Donald Trump campaign over his Second Amendment comments.
"There has been more than one conversation," an official told CNN.
The Secret Service is responsible for the security of the serving US president, along with the two presidential candidates.
A car has become dislodged from a pedestrian pier in Kerry after it became stuck overnight.
Blasket Island Ferries posted a picture of the incident on Facebook.
They also warned passengers that they could be delayed as a result.
A 22-year-old Dubliner who survived the balcony collapse in Berkeley, California, last summer has told a public hearing in Sacramento that her birthday would forever mark the anniversary of the death of her friends.
Aoife Beary was celebrating her 21st birthday, when a balcony collapsed and six young people lost their lives.
Annalise Murphy is top of the rankings in the Women's Laser Radial in Rio after six races.
She followed up her earlier Top 5 finish from her fifth race with an excellent second place in Race 6 which lifts her top of the current rankings with four races to go before the medal race.
A British man has been described as now owning "half of London", after inheriting his father's stg£9bn (€10.4bn) estate at the age of just 25.
Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor, previously known by his honorary title Earl Grosvenor, also inherits Eaton Hall in Cheshire - his family home since the 15th century.