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The Director of Public Prosecutions is considering a file from detectives investigating the alleged leak by Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, to a friend, of a copy of the proposed new GP contract .
It’s reported Gardaí made no recommendations regarding the matter.
Sinn Fein will put forward a motion in the Dáil on Tuesday to ensure the ban on the sale of turf doesn’t go ahead.
The Government’s planning to bring in the ban in September and is working on the regulations.
Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue has announced an agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture on a veterinary health certificate, for the export of Irish sheep meat to the US.
The Minister is leading a major agri-food trade mission to North America this weekend.
Voters in France will go to the polls today to choose their next president.
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will face each other in the second round, after none of the original twelve candidates secured the required 50 percent of votes in the first round.