The Green Party are looking like the big winners in both the local and European elections, while Sinn Féin and Labour are having a difficult weekend.
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy, has been confronted by housing protesters from People Before Profit at a count centre in the RDS, Dublin. Video: Jack Power
Ciarán Cuffe has refused to be drawn on whether he would back the Green Party entering into a coalition with Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil after fellow MEP candidate Saoirse McHugh said she would quit the party in such circumstances. Video: Jennifer Bray
A parachuter has a bumpy landing at the inauguration ceremony of South African president Cyril Ramaphosa, overshooting the landing zone at Pretoria's Loftus Versfeld Stadium and colliding with a piece of machinery. Video: The Presidency South Africa
The official trailer for Parasite, the winner of the Cannes 2019 Palme d’Or. Video: CJ Entertainment
UK environment secretary Michael Gove has confirmed that he will enter the race to succeed Theresa May as British prime minister.
A clip of speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has gone viral after it was edited to slow Pelosi's speech down, thus giving the impression that she was slurring her words. Video: C-Span/Facebook
In 1990, with the Troubles still taking place, an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation was censored in Ireland and the UK as it suggested that Ireland unified in the year 2024. Video: Paramount Television
Fans descend on Dublin's Croke Park as the Spice Girls kick off their first arena tour in a decade. Video: Press Association/Reuters
The Sport Ireland National Sports Campus in Blanchardstown, Dublin provides state-of-the-art sports facilities to elite athletes as well as offering valuable amenities and sport programmes to all of the community. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Thousands of young Irish students took to the streets in a second round of national protests demanding a more radical response by the Government to climate disruption.
Robbie Sinnott of the Blind Legal Alliance discusses the difficulties faced by the visually impaired, some 55,000 in Ireland, when trying to register their vote on polling day.
Former British prime minister David Cameron says he feels "desperately sorry" for Theresa May as his successor announces that she is to resign from her position.
President Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina cast their votes - in the European and local elections, as well as the divorce referendum - at St. Mary's Hospital in Dublin's Phoenix Park. Video: John Cassidy
Former Rose of Tralee Dr Elysha Brennan, having overcome two serious health scares, has graduated first from her medical class out of more than 300 students in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). Video: Ronan McGreevy
British prime minister Theresa May has announced that she will leave her office, three years after succeeding David Cameron.
US president Donald Trump has called US house of representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi "crazy" and "a mess" after Pelosi claimed Trump stormed out of a meeting in the White House. Video: C-Span
Ireland's young environmentalists from primary and secondary schools nationwide have been honoured at the ECO-UNESCO Environmentalists Awards Showcase in Dublin. Projects focussed on climate change, biodiversity loss over-consumption and pollution.
The divorce referendum in 1995 was a divisive affair that brought vocal support from either sides. Video: Reuters
LUXE street theatre company from Donegal presented 'Imrah - Ship of Destiny', an illuminated parade that brought the audience and performers together. Video: Joe O'Shaughnessy
Saoirse McHugh of the Green Party was the most memorable performer of the three RTÉ TV debates for the MEP candidates. Video: RTÉ
Quentin Tarantino lashed out at a journalist during the press conference of his latest film over a question on the limited speaking roll of Margot Robbie Video: Festival de Cannes
Superintendent Tony Twomey addressed the media at the scene of a fatal shooting that took place at Rowans Little, Walshtown, Co Dublin. Video: Colin Keegan /Collins
The Irish Wheelchair Association raised issues of investment into personal assistance services, social housing for the disabled and public transport when they launched their pre-budget submission outside Leinster House. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The Green Party's Saoirse McHugh hits out at Independent candidate Peter Casey during a Prime Time European Election debate, telling the former presidential election candidate to "go on Dancing with the Stars if you want the attention." Video: RTÉ
Ben Carson, the US housing and urban development secretary, has had an awkward exchange with Democrat Katie Porter during a committee hearing - confusing a term for foreclosures, REOs, for Oreo - a brand of cookie. Video: C-Span
The owner / landlord of a Dublin 4 house has recorded footage of the property after the departure of the tenants. The footage shows large amount of waste left behind as well as filthy work surfaces and flooring.
Independent senator Michael McDowell has criticised Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey for taking legal action against a Dublin hotel after she allegedly fell off a swing and suffered injuries. Video: Oireacthas TV
British prime minister Theresa May says she will offer the UK parliament a vote on whether to advance with a second referendum on Brexit. Video: Reuters
The official trailer for John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, starring Keanu Reeves. Video: Lionsgate Movies
Is the special edition MINI - marking 60 years of the famous name and limited to a run of 500 - worth the major spend? Video: Neil Briscoe
Prince Charles took a tour of Kilmacurragh Botanic Gardens in Wicklow on the second day of his visit to Ireland.
Take a look through Avolon, a modernist four bedroom home located near Kinsale, Co Cork. Avolon is on the market, through Sherry Fitzgerald, for €3.1 million. Video: Sherry Fitzgerald
Ahead of Metallica headlining Slane 2019, 6th class students from Slane National School have covered the US rockers' classic hit Nothing Else Matters. Video: Kevin Fagan
US president Donald Trump says that his country will respond with "great force" should Iran move against the United States, as tensions between the two nations rise. Video: The White House
James Morton was born 25 days before Alcock and Brown made the historic first transatlantic flight crash landing in a Clifden bog in Co Galway. Now a renowned painter Morton turned 100 on Monday. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Irish Times political correspondent Harry McGee looks at the battle between the candidates of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil in Midlands–North-West. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Nigel Farage, the leader of Britain's Brexit Party, has been doused in milkshake by a protestor, the latest anti-EU figure to be targeted during campaigning for the European parliament elections. Video: Reuters
Stars from the world of film and music come together on the red carpet of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. Video: Reuters
Greenpeace activists abseiled from the top of the BP headquarters in London and blocked the entrance in a bid to urge one of the world's biggest energy companies ends all new oil and gas exploration. Video: Greenpeace