Morning top 5: Trump gun incident; ASTI talks resume; and celebrations in Chicago

The top stories this Sunday morning

The US Secret Service says no weapon was involved in a commotion that disrupted Donald Trump's rally last night.

A disturbance broke out in the crowd in Reno in Nevada, close to the podium.

Two Secret Service agents quickly surrounded the Republican Presidential nominee - then hustled him away.

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Talks between the ASTI and Department of Education are due to resume this afternoon.

It comes after four hours of negotiations yesterday failed to reach a conclusion.

Both parties aim to resolve the dispute over pay and conditions ahead of strike action tomorrow.

The ASTI secondary teachers union plans to withdraw from supervision and substitution duties which is set to see the closure of around 400 schools across the country.

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Industrial unrest within the public sector is now threatening the hospitals even further.

Junior hospital doctors say action is likely because of poor working conditions and major issues with their contracts.

The union representing doctors, the IMO, will begin a talks process this week in a bid to end a four year long battle with the Department of Health.

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Celebrations are continuing in Chicago today as Ireland secured a major rugby victory.

After 111 years of trying, Ireland finally beat the All Blacks.

The New Zealand side were on an 18 match winning streak heading into last night's encounter.

Tries from Jordi Murphy, CJ Stander, Connor Murray, Simon Zebo and Robbie Hensahw gave Ireland an 11 point win at Soldier Field in Chicago.

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The Iraqi army is coming under counter-attack from Islamic State militants in Mosul, as efforts continue to recapture the city.

Civilians have found shelter in refugee camps after escaping areas controlled by the terrorist organisation.