Morning top 5: Enda Kenny's last day as Taoiseach; North Dublin shooting; and anti-Putin protests

The top stories on this morning

Enda Kenny's six years as Taoiseach will come to an end today.

He'll formally resign later after chairing his final cabinet meeting this morning.

Mr Kenny will remain as a caretaker until Leo Varadkar's election tomorrow.


Three teenagers have been receiving hospital treatment after a shooting in north Dublin last night.

The attack happened shortly before 8pm in Shangan Green in Ballymun.

Gardaí say the three boys were taken to hospital with minor injuries.

The scene has been preserved and Gardaí are appealing for witnesses.


The DUP leader Arlene Foster is in London today for more talks with the British Prime Minister.

Theresa May's seeking the support of the DUP as she tries to form a minority government.

Nationalists in the North are concerned the British government's independence will be compromised in the Stormont powersharing talks.


More than 1500 people have been arrested in Russia, as protests take place against President Putin's rule - more than 800 of them in Moscow.

Opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been jailed for 30 days for organising the demonstrations - after being detained yesterday.

Rallies have spread to 180 cities across the country - the White House has condemned the Russian authorities.


Tests are being carried out on two more sets of body parts found in the Wicklow Mountains yesterday.

Gardaí say the first discoveries over the weekend were the remains of a man in his twenties, who died violently.

Yesterday's finds were at Glenmacnass Waterfall, and at Lough Bray Lower.

Further searches are expected in the Wicklow Mountains today.