Evening Round-up: Ryanair pilots to strike; Nora Quoirin; ATM robbery probe

Evening Round-up: Ryanair pilots to strike; Nora Quoirin; ATM robbery probe

So that’s nearly Wednesday 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

Strike: Irish Ryanair pilots have given notice of a two-day strike to be held next week.

Nora Quoirin: The cause of Nora Quoirin’s death remains unknown as the investigation continues into what happened to the 15-year-old whose body was discovered more than a week after she went missing in Malaysia.

ATM: Gardaí believe there could be a link between a foiled ATM robbery in Co Cavan overnight and several similar ATM thefts in the North East in recent months.

Cork Airport: Transport minister Shane Ross has been urged to intervene in the plight of Cork Airport after Norwegian Airlines’ decision to discontinue the hub’s only transatlantic service.

HK Protests: Hong Kong police have used tear gas to disperse protesters outside a police station, hours after flights resumed at the city’s airport following two days of disruption that descended into clashes between demonstrators and officers.

Middle man: David Gough will take charge of the All-Ireland Senior Football final between Dublin and Kerry.

Evening Round-up: Ryanair pilots to strike; Nora Quoirin; ATM robbery probe

TO ENGAGE

Special Report: Helen O'Callaghan asks 13 colleges how they plan to make their newest students feel welcome, what they feel sets these colleges apart, and whether they've got any new courses on offer this year.

Free speech: A fringe messaging board was taken down after the El Paso mass shooting, but if the internet is the modern public square, should everyone have their say, asks Dave McGinn

TO ENTERTAIN

Up for the match: RTÉ's Jacqui Hurley tells us about her healthiest eating habits, her guilty pleasures and what keeps her awake at night.

Fáilte: Love Island winner Amber Gill has said she is travelling to Dublin this weekend to meet Greg O’Shea’s family.

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Nora Quoirin: The cause of Nora Quoirin’s death remains unknown as the investigation continues into what happened to the 15-year-old whose body was discovered more than a week after she went missing in Malaysia.

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