A major search will take place this morning for an Icelandic man who has been missing in Dublin for the past two weeks.
Jon Jonsson disappeared after leaving the Bonnington Hotel, formerly known as the Regency Hotel, in Whitehall at around 11.00am on February 9th.
The 41-year-old had travelled to Ireland to attend a poker tournament with his fiancée.
Fianna Fáil is holding its Ard Fheis in Dublin later.
It comes as the party faces growing unrest from grass-roots members over the decision to continue supporting the Government.
The SDLP leader Colum Eastwood will also address the gathering at the Citywest Hotel.
Three members of the British cabinet say they want to delay Brexit if a deal cannot be agreed.
Amber Rudd, David Gauke and Greg Clark will defy Prime Minister Theresa May if she cannot get a deal through the House of Commons.
They have told the UK's Daily Mail extending Article 50 would be better than crashing out of the EU with no agreement.
R Kelly is expected in court later after handing himself into police in Chicago over sexual abuse charges relating to underage girls and women.
The 52-year-old singer is facing 10 counts involving four victims - three of whom are aged between 13 and 17.
His lawyer Steve Greenberg believes he is not guilty of attacking any of them.
An Irish teenager has written a haunting melody to raise awareness of bullying.
13-year-old Ruby O'Kelly from Co Cavan says she just wants people to be kind.
She says she wrote the song 'You won't stop me' after seeing how many young people her age were struggling with their mental health.