A quick catch up of the weekend's top stories...
Vicky Phelan has strongly criticised the Taoiseach over the Government's handling of the CervicalCheck scandal.
Ms Phelan has spoken out exactly one year on from when she was given a terminal cancer diagnosis after previously receiving a false negative smear test result.
Leo Varadkar has already said his biggest regret of last year was the Cervical Check Scandal - saying that with advance knowledge they "might have been able to handle it a bit better".
Locals on Achill Island in County Mayo have lost one of their beaches due to recent heavy storms... less than two years after it reappeared.
Dooagh beach was gone for more than 30 years before it made an unexpected but warmly welcomed return in April 2017.
It reappeared after large amounts of sand were dumped as a result of strong tides.
The number of people killed in a powerful explosion at a Paris bakery has risen to four.
It's after a woman's body was found by rescue workers in the rubble of a building, which was partially destroyed in the blast.
The explosion is believed to have been caused by a gas leak.
Three German skiers have died following an avalanche in the Alps in the west of Austria.
The bodies of the three men - aged 57, 36 and 32 - were discovered near the resort of Lech.
Local police said a fourth man in his 20s is still missing.
There's a call for officials to consider appointing a 'night mayor' for Dublin.
It comes in the wake of the closure of a number of late-night venues in the capital over the last year, such as the Hangar.
Several prominent nightclubs have also closed or are due to shut shortly - including the long-running Lillie's Bordello, which will close its doors next week.