COVID-19: Three additional deaths in Ireland
Three more people have died from COVID-19, according to the latest information from the Department of Health.
This brings the death toll from the virus to 1,659.
There have also been 47 further cases, bringing the total number of cases here to 25,111.
Irish police officer in US: 'Trump is agitating everyone and just causing more trouble'
An Irish man who is a police officer in Washington DC says US President Donald Trump is "just causing more trouble" with his actions.
Mark Kirwan, originally from Co Tipperary, went over the US in 1993 to run a horse farm - but instead ended up working in the restaurant and bar industry.
He joined the police after the September 11th attacks, and has been 20 years in the Washington DC police department.
'He really was a beautiful man' - Sean Moncrieff pays tribute to Tomás Clancy
Newstalk host Sean Moncrieff has paid a moving tribute to Tomás Clancy.
The much-loved ‘Movies and Booze’ contributor passed away on Monday following an illness.
The journalist, broadcaster and prominent wine critic was one of the signature contributors of the Moncrieff show over the years.
Dublin anti-racism march set to go ahead on Saturday as other events called off
An anti-racism march in Dublin is still set to go ahead this weekend, after organisers of separate events in Dublin and Galway said they were postponing their demonstrations.
Concerns have been raised about such demonstrations after a Black Lives Matter protest in Dublin on Monday was attended by thousands of people, making social distancing impossible.
The protest was organised following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and amid ongoing demonstrations across the US.
Martin Luther King III says whole world witnessed a 'lynching or a murder'
The son of Dr Martin Luther King has accused the White House of failing to respond to a “lynching or a murder” witnessed by the whole world.
Protests over the killing of George Floyd in police custody continued across the US last night, despite curfew imposed in around 40 cities.
On Newstalk Breakfast this morning, Martin Luther King III said we all witnessed the breath being “sucked out of this man because a police officer refused to remove his knee” from the back of his neck.