Evening Round-up: Nora Quoirin latest; CAO offers; Kerry's O'Brien cleared for All-Ireland final

Evening Round-up: Nora Quoirin latest; CAO offers; Kerry's O'Brien cleared for All-Ireland final

So that’s nearly Thursday 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.

TO INFORM

Nora Quoirin: The French lawyer of the family of Nóra Quoirin has said that the family is determined to find out how she died.

CAO: More than 51,500 students nationwide have received an offer of a third level course, as the Central Application Office issued almost 75,000 first-round offers this Thursday.

Emmy: A GoFundMe page has raised almost €5,000 for the family of a Cork school girl who died while on holiday in Germany.

Schools: Education Minister Joe McHugh has insisted all schools caught up in year-long fire safety and structural concerns will re-open this August - despite admitting work is still taking place on more than a dozen facilities.

Brexit: The Liberal Democrats have been urged to reconsider their outright dismissal of Jeremy Corbyn’s plan to prevent a no-deal Brexit by becoming caretaker prime minister.

Mossie: The father of former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland footballer Roy Keane has died after a long illness.

Cleared: Stephen O'Brien has been cleared to play for Kerry in the All-Ireland football final.

Evening Round-up: Nora Quoirin latest; CAO offers; Kerry's O'Brien cleared for All-Ireland final

TO ENGAGE

US Shootings: After every mass shooting in the United States, Americans and others around the world are confronted with the question of what lies behind this distinctly American horror.

Gaslighting: From partners to politicians – how to avoid becoming a victim.

TO ENTERTAIN

Ask Audrey: Our agony aunt is on hand to offer more advice to her loyal audience.

Then comes marriage: Fresh from claiming a gold medal at Cork City Sports on Wednesday, US Olympian Priscilla Frederick wed her high school sweetheart Kenneth Loomis in Macroom today.

MOST READ SO FAR TODAY

House of the week: It pays to keep both ears, and eyes, open, if and when at home at this three-acre, wildlife-friendly spot at West Cork’s unusually titled Three-Gneeves.

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