The top stories this Wednesday evening...
Skeletal remains have been found at a house in Dundalk.
Gardaí say they were contacted about the discovery shortly before 5pm today.
Construction workers on a site at Mary Street North unearthed the remains at the rear of a house.
There are fresh calls for the Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan to step down after the latest news about fake garda breath tests.
The Government has, however, expressed confidence in Commissioner O'Sullivan.
It comes after a report found that the recording of almost 1.5 million fake tests has undermined confidence in the organisation.
The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government says some 990,000 Irish Water customers are due to receive refunds.
Minister Eoghan Murphy has confirmed that once legislation providing for refunds is in place, refunds will begin.
He says it is expected all customers will be refunded before the end of the year.
Sean Spicer has suggested he is "one of the most popular guys in Ireland", and says he is considering paid TV appearances here.
Mr Spicer finished up in the White House last week, more than a month after announcing his resignation as Donald Trump's press secretary.
Irish carrier Ryanair is changing its policy to discourage passengers from bringing on carry-on bags.
It has announced reduced checked bag fees, and increased check-in bag sizes, to encourage more customers to check-in bags.
It says it wants to reduce the number of customers with two bags at the boarding gates.