Morning top 5: Murder investigation underway in Waterford; Trump marks 100 days in office

The top stories this Sunday morning...

A murder investigation is underway in Waterford following a post mortem on the body of a woman found in the city on Friday.

She has been named as 31-year-old Samantha Walsh.

Her body was discovered at an apartment on Thomas Street on Friday afternoon.


Donald Trump has hailed his first 100 days in the White House as "very productive."

Yesterday, he addressed a crowd at a rally in the state capital of Pennsylvania-Harrisburg.

He went through a list of achievements - but warned there were great battles ahead.


The latest political opinion poll sees Fianna Fáil move four points ahead of Fine Gael.

The Red C Poll for the Sunday Business Post shows Fine Gael unchanged on 24%, while Fianna Fail are up two points to 28%.

Sinn Féin are up one point to 18%, while the Independents are down three points to 10%.


Thousands of people will take to the streets of European cities today to call on France to stay in the EU.

It comes ahead of the French presidential elections next week, with one of the candidates - Marine Le Pen - saying she will hold a referendum on EU membership if she wins.

Here, gatherings organised by the 'Pulse of Europe' movement will take place in Dublin and Galway.


A plane crash in western Cuba has killed eight military personnel, including the crew.

The Russian-made AN-26 transport aircraft crashed in a mountainous region of western Artemisa province.

It is thought the plane had been trying to make a military manoeuvre when the accident happened.