Northern Ireland's political leaders are to be given 3 weeks to restore a power-sharing government at Stormont.
The announcement's expected to be made later by Tanaiste Simon Coveney and Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley.
The Times Ireland reports that talks will take place next week after local elections in the North.
It's despite ongoing divisions between Sinn Fein and the DUP - which has led to the impasse that's lasted over two years.
The pressure on both parties to find an agreement has grown since the murder of Lyra McKee in Derry.