The CervicalCheck steering committee will meet later this morning, after a week of controversy that has dogged the national screening programme.
The committee's made up of health officials, senior civil servants and patient advocates Stephen Teap and Lorraine Walsh, the founders of a support group for women affected by CervicalCheck issues.
Patient representatives will get an opportunity to question health officials over why 800 women experienced delays in getting their HPV virus test results.
Donald Trump has stepped up his attack on four non-white Democratic members of Congress.
The US president has already been accused of racism, but used a rally last night to describe the women as "hate-filled extremists".
All four of the women are US citizens.
His supporters chanted "send her back" after he made claims about one of them, Somalia-born Ilhan Omar.
A Government minister is accusing Eir of 'playing games' with the National Broadband Plan.
Last month the company claimed it could deliver high-speed broadband to rural Ireland for one billion euro - a third of the price the only bidder for the plan had tendered.
However, the Department of Communications wrote to Eir yesterday to say its proposal wasn't feasible.
Rural and Community Development Minister Michael Ring accused Eir of acting like a "spoiled child" - insisting they had their opportunity to bid earlier in the process.
The Taoiseach will officially open a €400 million stretch of motorway in Wexford today.
The 39-kilometre section of the M11 goes from Gorey to Enniscorthy, which will be now bypassed.
6,000 vehicles a day will taken away from the town as a result.
The World Health Organisation has declared the Ebola outbreak in the Republic of Congo an international emergency.
It's the second deadliest in history, killing around 1,600 people since August.
Experts are worried it will spread to neighbouring Uganda.
The Director-General of the WHO said it's time for "the world to take notice and redouble our efforts".