Evening top 5: Bus strikes suspended; New Jersey crash; and Dundalk make history

The top stories this Thursday night

Dublin Bus strikes suspended as union members to be re-balloted

All Dublin Bus strikes have been suspended as union members are to be balloted again on industrial action.

The strikes will be suspended until unions have had a chance to put a proposed deal to their members.

It comes after more than 30 hours of talks at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) between unions and management.

The parties held overnight talks in Dublin.

One dead, 100 injured after commuter train crashes in New Jersey

A woman who died after a train derailed and ploughed into a station in New Jersey was hit by debris as she stood on the platform, officials have confirmed.

A further 108 people were injured, including 74 who were taken to hospital, when the crowded commuter train smashed into Hoboken station during the morning rush hour.

Among those hurt was the driver, who has been described as "critically injured". However, he is said to be well enough to be cooperating with police as they investigate the crash.

New Yorker magazine takes aim at Donald Trump with latest cover

A US weekly magazine is painting - literally - an unflattering picture of US presidential candidate Donald Trump.

The New Yorker magazine has criticised his treatment of the former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado - the first person to win after Mr Trump bought the pageant.

The cover shows Mr Trump walking down a runway in a swimsuit, holding a tiara on his head with one hand and flowers in the other.

Ciaran Kilduff produces another moment of magic to secure historic victory for Dundalk

Ciaran Kilduff proved the hero once again as Dundalk recorded a historic 1-0 win over Maccabi Tel-Aviv at Tallaght Stadium this evening.

In front of a raucous crowd, Dundalk became the first Irish team to ever win a group game in Europe and it was Kilduff again who popped up with a moment of magic to secure all three points and send the Premier Division champions second in the group.

Living with mental illness: The question of therapy or tablets (or both)

We get sick (of the non-viral variety), we’re prescribed an antibiotic, and with a bit of luck and a few days rest we’ll generally start feeling a lot more like ourselves again.

For more chronic conditions, like diabetes, asthma, thyroid disorders, etc, some form of medication in conjunction with lifestyle changes tends to bring about quantifiable improvement.

But what about medication for disorders that don’t show up in a blood test or an x-ray? Specifically, what about medication for mental health difficulties?