Evening top 5: May defends DUP plan; Ireland's ageing population; and Nintendo theme park

The top stories this Friday night

Theresa May defends proposals to govern with DUP

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has apologised for the losses sustained by the Conservative Party, after it failed to win an overall majority.

But Mrs May says she hopes to secure the backing of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) - who won the majority of seats in Northern Ireland - to form a Westminster government.

The DUP, however, says it is still considering its position.

How will Ireland deal with its ageing population?

The Citizens’ Assembly is meeting this weekend to discuss the second topic on its agenda.

It is considering ‘How we best respond to the challenges and opportunities of an ageing population’.

This will be the first of two meetings, following a recommendation by the chair of the group - Ms Justice Mary Laffoy - that an additional weekend would be needed.

Irish couple discover winning Euromillions ticket in car door

A couple from the Midlands have discovered they are Euromillions winners entirely by chance.

They found the €500,000 ticket among rubbish in the car.

The farming couple drove for seven weeks, oblivious to the fact they had winning ticket in their door pocket.

Saudi Arabia apologise for not observing minute's silence for terror victims

Saudi Arabia football chiefs have apologised on behalf of the national football team, who did not take part in a minute's silence for victims of the London attacks, before a World Cup qualifier against Australia.

The tribute was organised to take place in the Adelaide Oval, in honour of two Australians who lost their lives in the attacks last weekend.

First look at Nintendo's immersive new theme park

It's not set to throw open its doors – unless they're expecting you to gain entry through a green warp pipe, that is – until 2020, but Nintendo has given the world a first, fittingly virtual look at its much-anticipated theme park.

"Super Nintendo World" is being constructed in Universal Studios Japan, located in the city of Osaka, and due to join its already myriad attractions in time for the Tokyo Olympics. Similar attractions in California and Florida are then set to follow.