Mourners outside St Anne’s Cathedral during the funeral service of murdered journalist Lyra McKee.
From top: UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (watched by President Higgins, right); UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn and Mr Varadkar and DUP Leader Arlene Foster at St Anne’s Cathedral for the funeral service of murdered journalist Lyra McKee.
The funeral of 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee at St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast is taking place.
Saint Patrick’s Church, Donaghmore, Co Tyrone.
School friends and clubmates of Lauren Bullock, one of three people killed during an apparent crush at the Greenvale Hotel, Cookstown, Co Tyrone, wait for her coffin following a funeral service.
Edendork, Dungannon, County Tyrone
Edendork gaelic club team mates link arms around the coffin of Greenvale Hotel victim Conor Currie before it is carried into Saint Malachy’s Church for a funeral service.
Earlier, a third victim Morgan Barnard’s funeral took place St Patrick’s Church in Dungannon
Funeral of third student gets under way in Tyrone (RTÉ)
The Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel, Killiney, County Dublin
Former ministers and TDs gather after the funeral mass for
Monica Barnes, who served as a Labour Party senator and Fine Gael TD during her political career.
From top: Olivia Mitchell, Nora Owen, unidentified mourner; Mary Banotti; Barry Desmond; Avril Doyle and Alan Dukes; from left Eamon Gilmore, Sabina Higgins, President Higgins.
Neil Curran (him off the telly) tweetz:
Overseen at a Spanish shopping mall. They really do have everything here…
Five festive hours of Darth Vader’s crackling corpse from
for the season that’s in it. Return of The Jedi
Much like ‘sheet movie critic Mark Ryall’s
review of The Force Awakens.
Ashington, off the Navan Road, Dublin 7
James M Chimney writes:
Everything you need for a gangsta send off, just add some Puff Daddy & Faith Evans…
Scenes from the funeral of murdered father-of-nine Barney McGinley in Athlone. Up to 500 people attended the ceremony.
Mr McGinley was killed at a wedding in Co Fermanagh last week , the apparent victim of a feud between two traveller families.
(Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland)