● Facebook reportedly challenging data transfer restrictions in High Court The Sunday Business Post reported that Facebook is challenging a decision by the Data Protection Commission regarding the transfer of EU users' data...
● Stormont Executive urged to act over recognition payments for the bereaved Tina Smith, whose husband Stephen was killed by an IRA bomb in West Germany in 1989, is among a number of widows and bereaved waiting for the scheme
● Report on Woulfe's attendance at Golfgate event to be finished next week The report is being completed by retired Chief Justice Susan Denham
● Cycling group urges Finglas Council to address road issues after third cyclist dies The cyclist was killed yesterday following a collision at St. Margaret's
● Hancock warns of second UK lockdown if public fail to follow Covid-19 rules The UK government has announced people in England could be fined up to £10,000 if they fail to self-isolate
● New legislation proposes to fine online platforms for harmful content Minister for Arts and Media Catherine Martin said companies could face fines of up to €20 million
● Aldi heir launches court action against mother and sisters Nicolay Albrecht claims his family defrauded the company
● Fianna Fáil continues to slump in the polls while Sinn Féin takes the lead Micheál Martin's fell by a further 1 per cent in this weeks Sunday Times opinion poll
● Man seriously injured in Carlow collision The collision took place in Bunclody on Saturday afternoon
● Westminster Abbey service to mark 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain It will be the first major service to take place at the venue since March
● US Open day three: Matthew Wolff stalks win in tournament debut Wolff could become the first player to win the tournament on his championship debut since amateur Francis Ouimet’s triumph in 1913
● Eager wait for Mescal and Scott as Emmy Awards to be held tonight This year’s ceremony will see the winners appear via video link
● Testing system will not cope with second wave surge says HSE Serial testing at meat plants had to be stopped earlier this month due to an increase in demand for swabs in the community
● India set to overtake US as country worst hit by coronavirus Sunday’s surge raised the country’s virus tally to more than 5.4 million.
● Thai protesters reinstall democracy plaque Demonstrators are calling for limits on the king’s powers, tighter controls on palace finances and open discussion of the monarchy.
● Police: Fatal victims of shooting at New York party were not intended targets Fourteen other people were hurt during the incident in Rochester.
● US says all UN sanctions on Iran restored Security council members say Washington lost the legal ability to invoke the measure after the US withdrew from a 2015 nuclear deal.
● Olivia Colman and Paul Mescal among nominees ahead of first post-Covid-19 Emmys This year’s ceremony will see the winners appear via video link.
● US says all UN sanctions on Iran restored in move rest of the world to ignore Security council members say Washington lost the legal ability to invoke the measure after the US withdrew from a 2015 nuclear deal.
● Trump backs proposed TikTok deal with Oracle and Walmart President Trump has been targeting TikTok, a video app popular with younger people, as well as WeChat, another Chinese-owned app.
● Fines of up to £10,000 for failing to self-isolate in England UK Prime Minister announces a new legal duty on people in England with Covid -19 to self-isolate.
● Eddie Nketiah snatches victory for Arsenal West Ham had been the better side at the Emirates Stadium but the England Under-21s captain came to the rescue for Arsenal.
● Rory McIlroy climbs back into contention on day three of US Open McIlroy bounced back from a second round of 76
● Na Piarsaigh crush Doon in one-sided Limerick final Doon's good start a false dawn as favourites run riot in final quarter