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In a statement this evening, the AAIU said a significant amount of wreckage has been recovered from the sea and this has been logged and will be brought to the AAIU wreckage facility in Gormanston, Co Meath, for detailed examination.
"Some helicopter wreckage has been recovered from the general area of Black Rock Light House," the statement reads. "This wreckage is primarily from the tail area of the helicopter."
A statement from the UK's Department for Exiting the European Union says: "The UK's Permanent Representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, has this morning informed the office of European Council President, Donald Tusk, of the UK’s intention to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty on March 29, 2017.
"This meets the UK’s longstanding commitment to trigger Article 50 by the end of March 2017."
The status yellow warning advises that showers of snow are expected overnight and on Tuesday morning.
Forecasters say some accumulations of 1-3cm are likely, but that could increase on hills & mountains in the western half of the country.
National fire service spokesman Prince Billy Anaglate said the group of high school students were swimming at the Kintampo waterfalls in the Brong-Ahafo region, when the "unusual incident" happened.
He said: "They were swimming in the river when there was a storm, a windy atmosphere that had uprooted some of the trees and they had fallen on some of them - those who were apparently swimming."
Julia was first created by the Sesame Street Workshop in 2015 as part of an online-only digital book called Sesame Street & Autism: See the Amazing in All Children, which introduced the character during an afternoon of play with Elmo and Abby. Now the character will appear on the television show, joining the likes of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch in April.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny told the people of Ireland that we need to have a national conversation about porn. At Newstalk this week, on air and online, we are starting that conversation.
All this week, Newstalk will be turning its attention to all matters pornographic; on the radio and the website, Newstalk will broadcast and post a week of content and programming examining the impact porn is having on Irish people’s lives from every angle.