Ireland has its first case of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
It is after a man tested positive after travelling here from northern Italy.
The patient, in the eastern part of the country, is receiving appropriate medical care.
The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) are tracing the man's movements to see who he may have come into contact with.
A new Sunday Times opinion poll shows Sinn Féin's support has soared again since the general election.
It reveals Mary Lou McDonald's party is now on 35% support - the highest ever result for Sinn Féin in an opinion poll here.
Fianna Fáil's support has fallen 2% since the election to 20%, while Fine Gael is also down two to just 18%.
Hundreds of homes and businesses remain without power this morning following Storm Jorge.
All the outages are in Atlantic coastal counties, which felt the brunt of Saturday's storm.
Meanwhile Galway, Clare and parts of the midlands are continuing to face the prospect of flooding today - a number of road closures are in place.
In the US Joe Biden has secured a commanding win in South Carolina's Democratic primary.
It has revived his faltering campaign to win the right to take on Donald Trump for the White House.
The focus now moves to Super Tuesday in three days' time - which sees primaries across 14 states.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his partner Carrie Symonds have announced they are expecting a baby and have got engaged.
He already has four grown-up children with his second wife Marina Wheeler.
Johnson and Symonds were thrust into the limelight during the summer, when police were called to their house in the middle of the night.
Main image: Confirmed coronavirus cases in Ireland | Image: Johns Hopkins University