The grounds will be open from 9.45am

Dublin Castle open for referendum declaration

22 May The Upper Courtyard of Dublin Castle will be open tomorrow, allowing people to view the declarations for the referendums on same-sex marriage and presidential-age, on a big screen.

A small quantity of cannabis was also found at the scene

Gardaí slashed, attacked by dog in Louth

22 May A man has been arrested after three gardaí were slashed during a drug search in Co Louth this morning. The gardaí were also attacked by a dog in the incident.

Some people have objected to the presence of bibles at polls VOTE 2015

Bibles at polling stations for 'swearing oath'

22 May After reports of objections at some polling stations this morning to bibles being on display, the Department of Environment has said they are for use in cases where a presiding officer asks a voter with no identification to swear an oath.

Tusla said there were a total of 743 case files

Tusla completes audit of discovered files

22 May The Child and Family Agency, Tusla, says it has completed an audit of social work files in Laois-Offaly following the discovery of hundreds of previously unidentified files earlier this month.

The PNA says nurses are deeply concerned about staffing for the unit

Nurses reject LRC proposals over psychiatric unit

22 May Members of the Psychiatric Nurses' Association have voted by 80% against acceptance of Labour Relations Commission proposals for the staffing of a new acute psychiatric unit at Cork University Hospital.