Monday's top stories on Newstalk.com...
A post mortem has taken place on the body of a young mother, who was found dead Sunday at a derelict building in Cork city.
Gardaí say they are keeping an open mind on the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of Amy McCarthy (22), who has been described by friends as 'kind hearted and caring'.
A march has taken place in Dublin calling for Government action on housing.
This year's annual May Day march focused on the deepening homelessness crisis.
Activists marched down Dublin's main thoroughfare to chants of "We are young, we will fight, housing is a human right".
A woman has died following a house fire in Annacotty in Limerick.
Gardaí and fire services attended the scene of a house fire at The Oaks, Riverbank at 3.00am Monday morning.
The fire was brought under control and the body of the woman, aged in her late 20s, was discovered in the house.
Theresa May has dismissed a report describing a disastrous Brexit meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker as 'Brussels gossip'.
The British government is reported to have disputed the account, which appeared in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper.
Mr Juncker reportedly told Mrs May he was leaving Downing Street "ten times more sceptical than I was before".
27 passengers were injured after a flight hit 'unexpected turbulence', Russian airline Aeroflot has said.
The incident happened on board a Boeing 777 that was flying from Moscow to Bangkok.
According to Aeroflot, the plane hit a zone of 'sudden strong short-term turbulence' around 40 minutes before it was due to land in Bangkok.