Evening top 5: Fears for safety of Children in Calais refugee camp; Dundalk crowned champions

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Concerns for children in Calais as France prepares to demolish refugee camp

The migrant camp in Calais known as the "jungle" is due to be demolished tomorrow with thousands of people moved to French refugee centres.

Charity group, Citizens UK said around 200 children have arrived in the UK from the camp this week - with 20 girls arriving today.

The children were among the latest wave of young arrivals to cross the channel following a change to Britain’s Immigration act.

Martin claims Fianna Fáil have blocked "increasingly right wing" government agenda

The Fianna Fáil leader has launched a stinging attack on both the Irish and British governments during a speech at his party’s annual Wolfe Tone commemoration.

Micheál Martin accused the government of lacking the “urgency or ambition” to tackle the problems facing the country.

He also claimed his party has succeeded in stopping “many of the most damaging” Fine Gael policies since agreeing to facilitate a minority government led by Enda Kenny.

Commemorations mark 30th anniversary of Philip Cairns disappearance

Today marks 30 years since the disappearance of Dublin schoolboy Philip Cairns.

He went missing from his home in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 on October 23rd 1986.

A recently formed community group has staged a rally to commemorate his disappearance.

After leaving flowers in the lane where his schoolbag was found, they walked to Rathfarnham garda station.

In Pictures: Dundalk achieve momentous three-in-a-row as they retain the League of Ireland title

Dundalk have secured their third SSE Airtricity League Premier Division in a row as a 2-1 win over Bohemians at Oriel Park secured 2016 glory.

As well as adding to the 2014 and 2015 title wins for Stephen Kenny's side, it is the 12th league triumph in the Louth club's history and means they qualify for next season's Champions League qualifiers again.

The three points earned against Bohemians means second-placed Cork City cannot catch up on the leaders, with the gap standing at seven points with two games to go. 

Padraig Harrington tastes victory in 2016 as he triumphs in the Portugal Masters

Padraig Harrington has won the 2016 Portugal Masters at Victoria Clube de Golfe.

The three-time major winner held off the challenge of England's Andy Sullivan to secure victory.

Having started the day on 17-under, the Dubliner made rapid progress in his final round.

He birdied the second, before following suit on the seventh, without dropping a shot on the front-nine.