The search for missing student Barry Davis Ryan will continue this morning; Irish Water contractors are not installing meters in the homes of protestors after striking secret deals; The tide is turning at Cork Airport after CityJet announced a high-frequency service to London City Airport. Here’s this morning’s catch-up.


Cork City ready for return to the big stage

Five years after being wound up in the high court, a reborn Cork City return to European football tonight as they welcome Iceland’s KR Reykjavik to Turner’s Cross for a Europa League first round qualifying tie that is sure to attract a bumper crowd to the Curragh Road venue (7.45pm).


ECB maintains €88bn emergency fund for Greek banks

The European Central Bank has kept its emergency liquidity assistance to Greek banks unchanged at €88.6bn, and did not impose higher haircuts which would have reduced the sum available and caused banks to collapse immediately.


The dos and don’ts of summer sales shoppingBy Katy Harrington

Fashion & Beauty

The clothes lines we hope will give us the it-factor

Food & Drink

Sherry, the best-value wine in the worldBy Leslie Williams

Health & Life

Working life: Dr Maeve Hurley, CEO of Ag Éisteacht,

Home & Interiors

Quirky and wonderful shops to visit over the holidaysBy Carol O’Callaghan


This is how easy it is to get top seats at Wimbledon

Arts, Books, Films & TV

A question of taste - Kormacby Don O’Mahony


Makeover of towns inspiring