The body of a man has been recovered from a canal in County Cavan.
He was in a car with two others when it entered the canal at Woodford River, Ballyheady Bridge at around 6:30pm yesterday evening.
The man in his mid 20s was pronounced dead at the scene, while the two other men in their 20s escaped uninjured.
Sinn Féin has made a gain of six percentage points in the latest Behaviour and Attitudes poll for the Sunday Times.
The party now stands at 20% for the first time since April.
Fianna Fáil has retained the lead at 29% but it's down a point on last month, while Fine Gael's support is steady at 26%.
The poll was carried out between Thursday September 5th and Tuesday, September 17th.
Around 14 pickets by beef farmers have now come to an end, in the wake of last weekend's agreement between farming organisations and the meat industry.
The latest demonstrators to stand down were at the ABP Plant in Bandon in County Cork yesterday evening.
Pickets have also been lifted at two Dawn Meats plants - in Rathdowney, County Laois and Carroll's Cross, County Waterford.
House prices across the country have barely risen at all.
They're only 0.1% higher in the third quarter than last year, according to the latest Daft.ie Sales Report.
In Dublin, prices are negative, with average costs in the capital 0.6% lower than a year previously.
Ireland kick off their Rugby World Cup campaign this morning as they face off against Scotland in Japan.
The two sides are meeting in Yokohama.
The Irish squad is heading into the tournament ranked number one in the world.