The top stories this Wednesday night
SIPTU members in Dublin Bus have criticised what they say is "the lack of interest" shown by the Department of Transport and management in trying to resolve a dispute at the company.
The strike has seen all services terminate for 48 hours from 9.00pm Wednesday - this includes Airlink services.
SIPTU transport organiser, Owen Reidy, said: "An industrial dispute is always eventually resolved through negotiation. The problem our members are facing in this dispute is that those they need to negotiate with would seem to have gone into hiding.
The Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald says a Commission of Investigation may not be the best inquiry into the sale of NAMA's Northern Ireland loans.
The Cabinet earlier agreed that the sale should be investigated after examining a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG). However, the exact format is to be agreed with the opposition.
The report into NAMA's €1.6bn sale of Northern Irish loan portfolio 'Project Eagle' says the loss to the Irish taxpayer was about stg£190m.
The Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald says cooperation is necessary for tackling organised crime.
It comes after a man was been arrested in Malaga in connection with the murder of Gary Hutch in Spain last year.
Gardaí, assisted by the Guardia Civil (Spanish Police), launched a series of raids in six areas of Dublin.
She is one of the most famous Irish female athletes in the world, but remains relatively unknown in Ireland.
Dublin’s WWE Superstar Becky Lynch won the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship on Sunday at the Backlash event in Virginia. She became the inaugural champion, after the title was introduced following the 2016 WWE Draft.
The latest version of iOS became available for download last night. Many were excited to see it in action as Apple promised a big shake-up to the user experience.
As with many new software releases, however, iOS10 got off to a bit of a rocky start. A number of early-updaters took to social media to complain about difficulties with the installation process.