Gardaí in Lucan are renewing their appeal for information over the shooting of David Lynch in Dublin.
He was shot dead at Foxdene in Clondalkin at around a 2:15pm on Friday of last week.
Detectives are seeking information on the movements of two cars.
The first is a White Peugeot Partner van, with the registration number 141 D 6118 - a red 'N' plate was displayed on the front window and on the rear door of this vehicle.
The second is a Grey Toyota Avensis, with the reg number 12 KE 576, which was stolen from Celbridge, on the 14th of February.
Sinn Féin says the British government must stop its futile efforts to seek legal changes to the Irish backstop
The party's spokesperson for Brexit David Cullinane has been reacting to the EU Chief Negotiator's latest update on Brexit talks.
Michel Barnier said the EU will commit to giving the UK the choice to leave the customs union, as long as a hard border is avoided.
However, Deputy Cullinane said the island of Ireland needs to stay in the customs union.
There has been a slight increase in the number of people applying for third level courses this year.
Figures from the CAO show they received just over 73,000 applications up to its 1st of February closing date - up point 5% on last year.
Late applications continue to be accepted up to the 1st of May while the 'Change of Mind' facility runs from the 6th of May to the 1st of July.
The PSNI has launched an investigation following a paramilitary style shooting in Derry City last night.
A 25-year-old man was shot in both legs in the incident which happened in Lisfannon Park shortly after 7pm.
He was taken to hospital with injuries described as potentially life changing.
Police in the North have described the shooting as a vicious and sickening attack.
Bus Éireann is looking to recruit more women as bus drivers.
The transport company is calling on anyone interested to attend open days across the country today.
The open days are taking place at depots in Dublin, Cork and Galway.