Evening top 5: Tuam excavation; hospice flash mob; and Trump's mic

The top stories this Friday night

Test excavation to take place at site of Mother and Baby Home in Tuam

The Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation says a test excavation is to be carried out at the site of the children's burial ground/memorial garden in Tuam, Co Galway.

It says site works in the Dublin Road Housing Estate will begin on October 1st and last for approximately five weeks.

A sample of the site will be excavated by a team of specialist archaeologists, lead by a forensic archaeologist.

WATCH: Flash mob by Our Lady's Hospice is really something special

A flash mob organised by Our Lady's Hospice will melt you heart.

The organisation has put it together using patients, staff and guests at its Harold's Cross centre in Dublin.

It is being used to mark Active Ageing Week.

Moving to the tune of 'Macarena' by Los del Rio, staff begin the famous dance - and patients join in too.

US Commission admits to 'issues' with Donald Trump audio in presidential debate

The US Commission on Presidential Debates has said there were "issues" with Donald Trump's audio during the first head-to-head debate.

Mr Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton battled it out for 90 minutes on Tuesday.

Speaking after the debate at Hofstra University, he had suggested his microphone may have been sabotaged.

The US Commission on Presidential Debates has released this statement: "Regarding the first debate, there were issues regarding Donald Trump's audio that affected the sound level in the debate hall."

Tyson Fury 'likely' to be stripped of his World title belt for testing positive for cocaine

Reports this afternoon are suggesting that Tyson Fury is in danger of having his world Heavyweight belt stripped after testing positive for cocaine.

ESPN's Dan Rafael is writing that Fury has been notified that he failed a urine test conducted by Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) which contained the banned substance.

The sample in question was collected on September 22nd.

Rosetta mission ends as probe crashes into comet

The Rosetta mission from the European Space Agency (ESA) has ended, as the probe crashed onto the comet it had been investigating for more than two years.

ESA says the mission concluded as planned, with a controlled impact.

Confirmation arrived at ESA’s control centre in Darmstadt, Germany this morning with the loss of Rosetta’s signal.