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Supreme Court reserves decision on Facebook appeal The Supreme Court has reserved its decision on an unprecedented appeal by Facebook, aimed at stopping a referral to the Court of Justice of the European Union about the validity of EU-US data transfer channels.
RTÉ may cross-examine Ganley over documents The Court of Appeal has ruled that RTÉ may cross-examine businessman Declan Ganley over deficiencies in his disclosure of documents for his defamation action relating to a 2008 Prime Time programme about his life and business interests.
Three released without charge in terror finance probe Three people arrested by gardaí investigating the terrorist financing of the Islamic State group have been released from custody.
'Substantive measures' needed to defer nurses strike The General Secretary of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has said that next week's national strike will not be deferred unless "real and substantive measures" are delivered by management.
Report finds under 18s sold National Lottery products A report by the Office of the Regulator of the National Lottery has found that 38% of underage people have been sold National Lottery products.
Actor Alec Baldwin pleads guilty to harassment charge Actor Alec Baldwin has agreed to take anger-management training, as he pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court to a harassment charge for a November confrontation.
Politics: Hospital cost overspend; Brexit stalemate The Joint Committee on Health examined cost over-runs at the new National Children's Hospital and Leaders' Questions in the Dáil focused on the hospital and CervicalCheck. Follow live updates
'No Cave!' - Trump refuses to back down on shutdown US President Donald Trump had a message for Democrats hoping he will relent in the political arm wrestling that has seen funds blocked to parts of the government for a record 32 days: "No Cave!"
Some smear tests to be repeated as they have expired A number of cervical smear tests carried out last year will have to be repeated as some have expired because of a backlog in the programme, the Taoiseach told the Dáil.
No trace of missing plane with Sala on board - police Police in Guernsey have said no trace has been found so far of a light aircraft, which disappeared over the English Channel, with Cardiff City's record new signing Emiliano Sala on board
Barnier says time-limited backstop would be useless A temporary safeguard to avoid erecting a physical border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit would serve no purpose, the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier said.
Watch: Kerry schoolboys' trad session during flight A Ryanair flight from London Stansted to Kerry Airport hosted a trad session when the music class from St Brendan's College in Killarney broke out some tunes on the short flight.
Prime Time: An in-depth look at transgender issues RTÉ Prime Time examines the exponential growth in the number of young people seeking to change gender, and the implications of the proposed new law allowing them to do so without their parents' consent.