The DUP has taken the most seats and the most votes in Northern Ireland’s local elections.
With all seats now filled, Sinn Féin has come in as the second biggest party – with a slight drop in its vote.
The Alliance party was the big winner after it gained 21 seats on its last showing in 2014.
Smaller parties such as the Greens and People Before Profit also performed well.
Sinn Féin has called on the Taoiseach to follow up his apology over his response to the mortuary revelations in Waterford with action.
Leo Varadkar yesterday issued a statement admitting he 'got this one wrong' and saying he now believes there is evidence to support consultants' claims over conditions there.
Pathologists at the hospital have twice warned that bodies are being allowed to decompose on trolleys in corridors and on the mortuary floor due to a lack of capacity.
Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has welcomed the apology - but said residents in the south east still need answers.
A 14-month-old baby is among six people killed as violence erupted in Gaza overnight.
Israeli police said one man died after Palestinian militants fired around 250 rockets over the border into Israel.
Israeli forces responded with airstrikes and tank-fire – with a pregnant mother, her young child and a number of others killed.
Ceasefire talks broke down on Friday after two Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli forces during protests along the Gaza perimeter fence.
The British Prime Minister has made a direct appeal to the leader of the opposition calling on him to work with her to deliver Brexit.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Theresa May claimed the poor main showing from both parties in England’s local elections shows people want the two parties to “get on with it.”
She said the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is a “very good deal for the UK” and urged her Tory colleagues to get behind the talks with Labour.
The Conservatives lost more than 1,300 seats and control of almost 50 councils in the elections – with labour losing around 80 seats.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a house was criminally damaged by fire in Dublin.
Two people were in the home at the time but managed to escape uninjured.
Investigators are on the hunt for four men they believe were behind the attack in Blanchardstown.
All four were wearing dark clothing with hooded jumpers and tracksuit bottoms and fled the scene on foot towards Sheephill Avenue.