● Poland presidential election too close to call, exit poll suggests President Andrzej Duda has 50.4% of the vote and challenger Rafal Trzaskowski has 49.6%, the Ipsos survey suggests.
● Global outbreaks of Covid-19 continue as deaths top 566,000 Additional reporting by Press Association.
● Covid-19: 'Regulations with teeth' needed for international travel warns health expert An expert in diseases has expressed serious concern at the prospect of further arrivals in Ireland from the US.
● South Africa alcohol ban reimposed as coronavirus cases surge South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said stricter measures are needed.
● Public urged to contact GP with Covid-19 symptoms amid reports of delayed presentation A leading GP is urging anyone with mild cold or flu symptoms to contact their doctor.
● Covid-19: 'There needs to be regulations with teeth' for international travel warns health expert An expert in diseases has expressed serious concern at the prospect of further arrivals in Ireland from the US.
● Cork GAA club suspends activities after positive Covid-19 test but West Cork clubs cleared Glanworth GAA club has suspended all activities after a player tested positive for coronavirus.
● George Hamilton: There was a lot more than met the eye to Jack Charlton RTÉ commentator George Hamilton shares some personal memories of Jack Charlton
● Galway plane crashed on way to hospice fundraiser The light aircraft which crash-landed in a field in Galway on Saturday afternoonhad taken off from Cork that morning on its way to a charity function in Roscommon.
● US grapples with worst coronavirus outbreak in world It comes as some eastern European countries imposed new measures to deal with rising waves of infections.
● UK and France agree to create intelligence cell amid surge in migrant crossings Home Secretary Priti Patel hailed the agreement as a ‘new operational approach’.
● Toby Alderweireld hits late winner as Tottenham edge victory past Arsenal The result moved Jose Mourinho’s side two points above the Gunners.
● Ireland's trade fair organisers seek clarity on when they can reopen The Irish Exhibition Organisers Association (IEOA) said that for September and October alone, more than 3,000 small businesses are already booked to exhibit...
● Covid-19: Number of US arrivals in Ireland a concern says health expert An expert in diseases has expressed serious concern at the prospect of further arrivals in Ireland from the US.
● Florida reports record-breaking 15,299 coronavirus cases in one day California had the previous record of daily positive cases at 11,694, set on Wednesday.
● Tourists return to hotspots, but Covid-19 nerves remain Back in May, there were understandable nerves in the country's tourism hotspots.
● Orange Order calls for twelfth of July to be celebrated at home First Minister Arlene Foster and Health Minister Robin Swann have backed the call by the Orange Order ahead of the traditional day of parading.
● No new deaths from Covid-19 in Ireland but 'virus is still out there' There were however 17 new cases of coronavirus reported by the HPSC.
● Police arrest 12-year-old boy over racist messages sent to Wilfried Zaha Palace boss Roy Hodgson labelled the abuse “cowardly and despicable”.
● 'Judged on the actions of the few': First traveller senator experienced racism at age four The first female Traveller senator reveals she first encountered racism at the age of four.
● Trezeguet scores twice as Aston Villa keep survival hopes alive with win over Crystal Palace Dean Smith’s side are four points from safety with three games remaining.
● Ole Gunnar Solskjaer warns against complacency as Saints roll into Old Trafford Manchester United have won their last four league matches by three or more goals.
● Irish men and women who died in wars or during UN service remembered A National Day of Commemoration has taken place around the country to honour Irish people who died in service with the UN or in past wars.
● John Moran: Politicians must write the recovery plan, not bankers The politicians who write the recovery plan will determine how history is written