Irish drivers will not need a Green Card in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The Motor Insurers' Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) says the UK Department of Transport has confirmed that Irish insurance discs will be accepted as proof of insurance.
But drivers from the North will not be covered under the scheme in the EU.
Researchers in Belfast believe they have developed a test that may detect ovarian cancer up to two years earlier.
The study was carried out at Queen's University over seven years, and tries to find the presence of four proteins.
If the disease is found at stage one there is a 90% survival rate, while at stages three and four, it can be as low as 22%.
There have been 327 court cases involving sexual defilement of a child in Ireland over the past decade - which is engaging or attempting to engage in a sex act with a child.
Since 2009, the DPP has directed 146 cases for prosecution where the victim was under 15, which can result in life imprisonment.
According to details released under the Freedom of Information Act, there have been a further 181 cases where the victim was aged between 15 and 17.
Dublin's Fruit and Veg market will close on Friday after 127 years.
The site on Mary's Lane near Smithfield is being re-developed - a process which could take over two years.
Dublin City Council plans to keep half of it as a wholesale market, with the other half being made up of retail space.
A study has found a pill containing four different drugs has been found to effectively prevent heart disease and strokes.
In a clinical trial, the low-cost 'polypill' reduced the risk of major cardiovascular disease by 34%
The idea of combining medicines in a single pill was originally proposed in 2001.