Counting is set to begin this morning in the European elections.
However, results in votes here will not be announced until 10.00pm this evening.
Some 21 EU countries go to the polls on Sunday, with the results of the seven countries that have already voted not released until their polls close.
Counting in the local elections is also to resume this morning.
Of the 949 seats, roughly one-quarter are filled. The big winners so far are the Green Party.
Fianna Fáil is on course to be the largest party, followed by Fine Gael.
While Sinn Fein are on track to lose a number of seats they held five years ago.
Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to ease restrictions on divorce and recognise foreign divorces.
In a landslide vote - the second biggest since the Good Friday Agreement - the country voted 82% Yes to 18% No in the divorce referendum.
The result was announced at 4.30 am on Sunday morning.
The First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon is in Dublin on Monday.
She is here to highlight Scotland's growing political, cultural and business links with Ireland.
She will meet the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and will host an investment discussion with business group, IBEC.
In the UK, seven senior Conservatives have now joined the leadership race to replace Theresa May.
Dominic Raab and Andrea Leadsom confirmed their intentions on Saturday night.
Others tipped to do so include the British environment secretary Michael Gove.