Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has taken a swipe at his confidence and supply partners.
In a speech on Saturday at a Fine Gael national conference in Wexford, Mr Varadkar claimed Fianna Fáil was a party with "no ideas, no policies, no alternatives."
He also said Sinn Féin has "plenty of ideas and policies - bad ones."
Mr Varadkar also touched on Brexit and the Irish economy - "one that rewards work, and backs business", he added.
The Football Association of Ireland is to start a recruitment process for a new chief executive.
It comes after now-former CEO John Delaney was moved to a new position after stepping down on Saturday.
He is set to take on the role of executive vice-president with immediate effect.
The Board of the Football Association of Ireland says it has carried out a review of its senior management structure.
There is growing speculation that British Prime Minister Theresa May could soon be ousted from her job.
There are reports that UK cabinet ministers are plotting to get rid of her.
Some of the Sunday papers claim she could be forced to resign within days over her handling of Brexit.
There are also suggestions her effective deputy, David Lidington, is a contender to become interim prime minister if she goes.
Cruise passengers who have been winched to safety from a stricken ship off Norway have described the experience as 'scary'.
Helicopters have spent the night ferrying hundreds of people to land.
Footage shows furniture sliding around on board as it lists in stormy conditions.
Sixteen people have been taken to hospital.
A new route is set to kick in on the Dublin Bus network in the capital from today.
Route 155 will operate seven days a week from IKEA in Ballymun to Bray Rail Station, serving DCU and the Stillorgan Road.
A range of service improvements will also take effect.
Also from today, Go-Ahead Ireland will take over three more Dublin Bus routes: the 18, 76 and 76a.