Morning top 5: North Korea missile launch; cyber attack fallout; and Portugal wins Eurovision

The top stories this Sunday morning...

South Korean and Japanese officials have condemned a missile launch by North Korea.

It was tracked as it lifted off from a region to the north-west of the capital Pyongyang before it ended up in the Japan Sea half an hour later.

This launch follows a series of high-profile failures.


It is feared more cases of the Wannacry cyber attack will be uncovered in Ireland as businesses re-open tomorrow.

A small HSE funded healthcare facility in Wexford has been impacted by the ransomware.

However it is not connected to the health authority's network.

Over 100 countries and at least 75,000 citizens have been targeted since Friday.


Security is tight in Paris ahead of the inauguration of Emmanuel Macron as France's president.

Mr Macron won a resounding victory in last weekend's second round of voting against the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

The former investment banker had never contested an election before, and only formed his centrist political movement a year ago.


Fine Gael has retained a narrow lead over Fianna Fáil in the latest opinion poll.

The Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Poll has Enda Kenny's party down one point to 28% but Michael Martin's party also drops one point to 27%

Sinn Fein remains unchanged on 18%, while Independents and others are up 2 to 12%.

Labour and the Independent Alliance are both down a point to 4%, while the Social Democrats and Solidarity/PBP are also down one to 1%.


For the first time Portugal has won the Eurovision Song Contest.

Salvador Sobral says he wants to dedicate his victory to "music that means something".

Salvador was joined on stage by his sister Luísa, who also wrote and composed 'Amar Pelos Dois'.