So that’s nearly Monday wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
Debs tragedy: A 19-year-old girl who died after becoming unwell at her Debs in Co Galway has been named as Jessica Moore.
Nóra Quoirin: Meabh Quoirin, the mother of missing teenager Nóra, announced that the family is now offering a reward of more than €10,000 for any information that leads to the return of the 15-year-old.
Cork toddler: A young Cork boy is fighting for his life in a Spanish hospital after getting into trouble in a holiday complex swimming pool.
Hong Kong protests: One of the world’s busiest airports cancelled all flights after thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters crowded into the main terminal.
Luxury travel: Luxury travel is a booming market. Fáilte Ireland predicts the global value of this sector will reach €1.1bn by 2022.
All Ireland: Former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice believes it would be wrong if Meath referee David Gough is nominated by the GAA to handle next month’s All-Ireland final between Dublin and Kerry.
Archbishop Daniel J Mannix: Ryle Dwyer examines the vital part played by one Cork man in highlighting, for the broadest international audience, the blatant contradictions of Britain’s behaviour during the two conflicts.
Exam results: Stay calm and look at all the available options. There are many different routes and courses that you can take to embark on the career choice you desire, says Lisa Daunt, guidance counsellor at Kinsale Community College.
JustJordan: Cork blogger Lisa Jordan has opened up about having her breast implants removed.
Wedding of the week: A diehard fan of Home & Away, Megan O’Brien made sure that a stop-off at the soap’s iconic “Summer Bay” set was firmly on the itinerary during her holiday in Australia with her boyfriend Peter Murphy.
Naval reserve: All four Naval Service Reserve (NSR) motor launches have been decommissioned due to their age, while the strength of the back-up force has significantly decreased and is desperately short of young people.