The top stories this Saturday evening...
A new poll shows that Fine Gael has regained its position as the most popular party in Ireland.
The Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post also shows a slight drop in support for Fianna Fáil, while the big winners were Sinn Féin.
Almost all of the changes in this latest monthly poll are within the margin of error.
Barack Obama says he is "extending the hand of friendship to the Cuban people" after the death of Fidel Castro.
Leaders from all over the world have been reacting to the former Cuban president's passing following a long illness.
The chairperson of the Citizens' Assembly said there is much to do, and much to learn ahead of their first meeting today.
Justice Mary Laffoy thanked those participating in the assembly in her opening address in Malahide this morning, as they to set to discuss the first topic on the table for the assembly - the Eight Amendment.
It was the first of four weekend sessions to discuss the amendment and abortion laws in Ireland.
Ireland's former Olympic champion Katie Taylor has made her professional boxing debut with a win in London tonight.
The London 2012 gold medallist beat Poland's Karina Kopinska with a third round stoppage at Wembley Arena.
Ireland have added a win over Australia to a victory each against the other Southern Hemisphere giants New Zealand and South Africa in 2016 with a 27-24 triumph at the Aviva Stadium.
They attacked the Wallabies with intent from the start turning down two early shots at goal to go to the corner.