Four new coronavirus cases confirmed in Ireland
There have been four new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Ireland.
The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) says all those affected had travelled from the same area in northern Italy.
They are two men and two women who are from the western part of Ireland.
Cost of President's Office revealed in annual review
The Office of the President cost over the Irish taxpayer €3.5m last year.
Áras an Uachtaráin has published an annual review of the work and scope of the office - covering the first year of his second term.
This is the first time such an annual review has been published since the Irish presidency was established in 1938.
At least 200 jobs could be cut at tech firm Oracle's Irish operation
At least 200 jobs could be lost at US technology company Oracle's operation in Dublin, staff have been told.
Management informed staff that some staff employed in Dublin are among those set to be impacted by a wider restructuring effort.
Around 1,200 jobs in the firm's EMEA operation are expected to be cut as part of the restructuring, with a number of the firm's departments set for a 'severe reduction' in headcount.
Prince William, Kate focus on community groups on day two of royal visit
Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton have met with community groups on the second day of their royal visit to Ireland.
The couple met with young people at a mental health charity in Dublin on Wednesday morning.
The British royals spent around 30 minutes at Jigsaw in Temple Bar.
New James Bond film delayed until November amid coronavirus concerns
The producers of the new James Bond film have delayed the release of the movie until November.
No Time To Die had been due out next month, with the premiere scheduled for London on March 31st.
However, some fans had called for the release to be moved given the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.