So that’s nearly Friday 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.
PSC: The Government has been urged to scrap the rolling out of the controversial Public Services Card after a report found that it broke data laws.
Nora Quoirin: The family of Nora Quoirin have said they hope to have “more answers to our many questions” over the death of their daughter in a Malaysian jungle.
Pilots' strike Ryanair has asked the High Court for an order preventing its Irish based pilots from going on strike next week.
No deal: Greenland’s government has said the island is “not for sale” after Donald Trump reportedly talked to aides about buying the territory from Denmark.
Colleges: Education Minister Joe McHugh came under fire this week after he suggested that students could pursue “regional options” as pathways to their chosen career if the expense of university was an issue.
Hong Kong: Hundreds, perhaps thousands, died in the student protests of 1989, but a similar use of violence in what is one of the world’s key financial centres would backfire horrendously, writes Minxin Pei
Victoria Smurfit : The Dublin actress has relocated to London with her family, including daughter Evie, who has Stargardt Disease. After eight years in Hollywood, she said it was time.
The Boss: Warner Bros will release the Bruce Springsteen musical documentary Western Stars, the company has said.
Suspension: The Competitions Comtrol Committee (CCC) of Cork GAA has handed down a 12-month suspension to Cork football goalkeeper Chris Kelly arising out of an incident in a club game in Mallow in June.