British MPs are set to vote on the Brexit withdrawal agreement later - on the day the UK was originally scheduled to leave the EU.
The Commons Speaker had previously said another vote couldn't be held unless there were substantial changes to the motion.
However, today's motion won't be another 'meaningful vote' as it excludes the part of the deal concerned with future relations - known as the political declaration.
A remembrance service has been held in New Zealand for the 50 victims of a mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch two weeks ago.
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and representatives from 59 countries attended the event.
Religious leaders described it as a chance to come together.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke at the event - saying New Zealand has emerged stronger as a country in the aftermath.
The Joint Committee on Climate Action published its cross-party report last night.
The Committee was established to consider the third report and recommendations of the Citizens' Assembly.
It recommends a series of carbon tax rises up to 2030, with the first increase possibly as early as budget 2020.
Other recommendations focus heavily on transport - with emphasis on electrifying, improving and extending public transport, as well as making it cheaper to use.
A new report from MyHome.ie and Davy shows the rate of house price inflation has fallen again in the first quarter of this year.
It follows a similar drop in the last quarter of 2018.
Inflation rates for house prices are now 3.3% nationally and 1.1% in Dublin.
The median price of a new house is now €271,000 outside of Dublin and €380,000 in the capital.
Motorists are being warned to expect significant delays this weekend on the main M7 in Co Kildare.
The road will be closed both ways between Naas North and Naas South from 9pm this evening until 10pm on Sunday night.
Traffic will be diverted on to newly constructed slips roads to allow for a bridge to be demolished over the motorway.