Here's your morning bulletin.
IRELAND: The general secretary of the Psychiatric Nurses Association, Peter Hughes, says his members do not want to strike, but government inaction is forcing them to do so.
IRELAND: A full investigation has been launched after a young woman was killed and a six-year-old girl was injured in a freak accident in Co Donegal last night.
IRELAND: An extended Traveller family, which includes 28 children, are to be evicted from a west Dublin site today.
IRELAND: The UK Government has confirmed it will spend around €330m (£300m) supporting EU-backed peace projects in Northern Ireland as part of its commitments under the Brexit deal.
WORLD: A 13-year-old Wisconsin girl who went missing in October after her parents were killed has been found alive, authorities said.
VIEWS: Is it unreasonable to have hoped to get through the first week of 2019 without two women being brutally murdered? asks Alison O'Connor.
BUSINESS: French insurer Axa has said it will handle its international risk and reinsurance through an Irish unit in light of Britain’s plans to leave the EU.
SPORT: An emotional Andy Murray announced he is planning to retire after Wimbledon but that next week’s Australian Open could be the final tournament of his career.
SPORT: Monaghan All Star nominee Niall Kearns is set to miss the Allianz League as he recovers from a heart operation.
CULTURE: Netflix won’t reveal much about how Bandersnatch works, but it has resulted in one of the most talked-about episodes of Black Mirror, writes Ed Power.
FEATURE: Ask Audrey: She gets a lot of business telling people from Wilton why their son didn’t get into Pres. (As if it wasn’t obvious.)
HEALTH: Marjorie Brennan meets psychotherapist Tom Conlon, who is establishing a men’s support group to help them to talk to one another and share stories.