Nine current and former FIFA officials have been indicted

FIFA suspends officials after corruption probes

20.07 Seven powerful soccer figures were arrested today on US corruption charges and face extradition from Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups.

Gail O'Rorke said no one else should go through what Bernadette Forde went through in the last weeks of her life

Legislating for assisted suicide 'long overdue'

21.18 A change in the law to allow for assisted suicide is "a must" and is "long overdue" according to Gail O'Rorke, who was acquitted last month of attempting to assist in the suicide of Bernadette Forde.

Julia Holmes and Thomas Ruttle were found dead in their Limerick farmhouse on 18 May

Holmes requested to be buried with Ruttle

19.24 Julia Holmes, who was found dead with her partner in an apparent double suicide, wrote to a solicitor firm asking that they both be buried together weeks before their bodies was found, it has emerged.

The union Mandate said it is concerned over the long-term security of jobs

Dunnes Stores reopens shop in Gorey

16.22 Dunnes Stores has reopened its outlet in the Gorey Shopping Centre, four days after staff were told the store would remain shut until further notice.

Frances Fitzgerald said the proposals would benefit people injured through accidents or medical negligence

Plan for catastrophic injury payments published

21.11 Draft legislative proposals to allow for periodic payments to be made to people who have suffered catastrophic injuries have been published by Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald.

62% voted in favour and 38% against same-sex marriage in the referendum

Irish Yes vote a 'defeat for humanity' - cardinal

17.51 The Irish vote to allow same-sex marriage was a "defeat for humanity", a senior Vatican official has said in the first high-level reaction from the Holy See to last week's landmark referendum.