There has been one Irish winner of the €175m Euromillions jackpot.
One Irish ticketholder has matched five numbers and two stars for Tuesday's draw.
The winning numbers were 01, 08, 18, 19, 39 and the Lucky Stars were 07 and 09.
The head of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) has admitted its investigation into Anglo Irish Bank "went wrong in a pretty catastrophic way".
Ian Drennan has told an Oireachtas committee that valuable lessons were learned from the investigation.
He appeared before the Joint Committee on Business, Enterprise and Innovation to discuss the collapse of the trial involving the bank's former chairman, Sean Fitzpatrick.
Mary Lou McDonald has refused to apologise for comments about who the next head of the PSNI should be.
The Sinn Féin leader has called for an outsider to be the next boss of the Northern Irish police force.
She said she doesn't have confidence in any of the current leadership team to replace George Hamilton when he steps down later this year.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to a carjacking in Co Kildare.
It happened on Tuesday morning shortly before 7.00am near Kill.
A female motorist aged in her 40s was flagged down by a man as she approached a roundabout on Bothar Philip.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning people against getting blood infusions, to try and slow their natural ageing process.
It is advising consumers to be cautious about establishments "offering infusions of plasma obtained from young human donors" with the claim that the plasma will treat a variety of conditions - ranging from normal aging to memory loss.
It says establishments in several different states are currently offering such a service at a cost of up to thousands of dollars per infusion.