The top stories this Wednesday night
Gardaí are investigating after a man was shot dead in Cork city.
It happened near the Church of the Annunciation on Great William O’Brien Street in Blackpool, at around 5.00pm Wednesday.
The 37-year-old man, who is believed to be from Ballyvolane on the northside of the city, suffered apparent gunshot wounds.
The Health Service Executive (HSE) say the maker of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi is willing to re-engage in negotiations on price.
The response from Vertex came following a letter from the HSE.
In a statement, the HSE says: "The manufacturer of Orkambi (Vertex) has indicated its willingness to re-engage in negotiations on the price of that drug.
A Sinn Féin TD has confirmed he was interviewed by gardaí in 2013 about the killing of prison officer Brian Stack in 1983.
Kerry TD Martin Ferris made the brief statement after being named under privilege in the Dáil by a Fine Gael backbencher.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has made a personal statement in the Dáil insisting Brian Stack's son Austin had "changed his story".
Former WBO middleweight champion Andy Lee reckons that - in the right condition - Katie Taylor could compete for a world title right now.
After turning professional following the Olympic Games in Rio, Taylor blasted her way to victory in her first professional fight with a third round stoppage of Poland's Karina Kopinska.
Speaking on tonight's Off The Ball, Lee said that the the Bray native has the skill to beat the very best, but only if she can get in the condition to go 10 rounds.
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