So that’s nearly Tuesday 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.
Nora Quoirin: President Michael D Higgins has offered his condolences to the Quoirin family after the body of missing teenager Nora was found in Malaysia today.
Leaving Cert: Almost 59,000 Leaving Cert students received their exam results this morning.
Debs tragedy: Tributes have been paid to "angel" Jessica Moore who died after becoming unwell at her Debs in Co Galway on Monday.
Cork toddler: A three-year-old Irish boy who was found unconscious in a pool in Alicante in Spain yesterday morning has died in hospital.
Grounded: Norwegian Air has confirmed it is stopping its transatlantic flights to Ireland from next month.
Hong Kong: Police have withdrawn from Hong Kong Airport after they tried to disperse protestors there.
Bainisteoir: Jack O’Connor, who guided his native Kerry to three All-Ireland titles, will be ratified as the new Kildare senior manager early next month.
Operation Banner: August 14, 2019, marks 50 years since the start of British Army operation in Northern Ireland.
Irish independence: Ryle Dwyer exams the events of the War of Independence leading up to the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921.
International Lefthander's Day: Eight struggles only left-handed people will understand.
Hacked: Love Island finalist Curtis Pritchard has been forced to apologise to his fans after his Instagram account was hacked.
Navy: All four Naval Service Reserve 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.