No candidate has been elected after seven counts in Dublin’s European elections.
The Green Party’s Ciarán Cuffe topped the poll on the first count, however his 63,849 votes fell nearly 9,000 short of the 72,790 quota needed to get over the line.
Fine Gael’s Frances Fitzgerald came in second on the first count with 59,067 votes.
The Taoiseach has again hinted at the prospect of an early general election.
A number of by-elections could be held later this year following this weekend's European elections – with some sitting TDs potentially being elected to Brussels.
Leo Varadkar says there are a "number of factors at play" including Brexit" – but he's not ruling out holding a general election in place of four potential by-elections.
The prospect of a general election is being played down by a Fine Gael cabinet minister.
The party has had disappointing results in the local elections - while the Green Party has seen a surge in support.
Business Minister Heather Humphreys told Newstalk Breakfast that Brexit is the focus.
An Irishman and a woman have been killed by an alleged drunk driver in a two-vehicle crash in upstate New York.
Three other people who were travelling in their car were taken to hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
New York State Police have charged the driver of the other car with Aggravated Vehicular Homicide, two counts of Vehicular Manslaughter and Driving While Intoxicated.
Final results show every constituency here voted in favour of the divorce referendum.
Some 82.07% of people voted to reduce the period of divorce from four years to two.
It also recognises foreign divorces granted under the civil law of another State.