World leaders, from US President Barack Obama to Cuba's Raul Castro, will pay homage to the late Nelson Mandela at a national memorial service in South Africa this morning.
Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin has said the former CEO of the Central Remedial Clinic should give evidence to the Public Accounts Committee tomorrow.
The Catholic Church's child protection watchdog in Ireland is to publish reports later this morning on eight church entities.
Two French soldiers have been killed in the Central African Republic where France has boosted its troop numbers to help restore stability.
22:39 The Health Service Executive has said it will continue to pay the medical expenses of those suffering from a sleep disorder claimed to be linked to the human swine flu vaccine.
09:25 World leaders, from US President Barack Obama to Cuba's Raul Castro, will pay homage to the late Nelson Mandela at a national memorial service in South Africa this morning.
08:00 A leaked bailout report by the European Commission has suggested that a larger budget adjustment than planned may be required for 2015.
08:13 GAA President Liam O'Neill has asked that the association either support the FRC's proposals for change to the football championship or 'come up with better'.
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