So that’s Sunday nearly 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.
Teenager dies: A teenager who was involved in a road accident yesterday morning in Co. Cork has died in hospital.
Nora Quorin The search for Nóra Quoirin, 15, is continuing, one week after she disappeared from a Malaysian jungle resort.
Six Cyclists injured: Two cyclists have been hospitalised while four others were also injured during a cycling event in Co Clare this morning.
Leaving Cert: An estimated 57,000 students are set to receive their Leaving Cert results on Tuesday - a day earlier than in previous years.
Brexit: Former Taoiseach John Bruton has said he believes that a no-deal Brexit is the most likely outcome.
Greece: A tourist camp and nearby houses on the southern Greek island of Elafonisos have been evacuated for the second day in a row as a wildfire at a nearby landfill intensified because of strong winds.
Cork film industry: The business of "Lights, cameras, action!" continues apace as Ireland’s film industry looks to consolidate its profile on the global stage, writes John Daly.
South-east fortunes?: In theory, at least, Irish policymakers are committed to ensuring that Irish economic growth and development becomes more regionally balanced, writes Jim Power.
Miley & Liam: Miley Cyrus has broken her silence after her split from Liam Hemsworth with a cryptic message about evolution.
Sinead O'Connor: Ahead of her four-date Irish tour in October Sinead O'Connor took to the stage at the Revival Music Festival in Listowel, Co Kerry.
Mayo: Mayo manager James Horan had already conceded the fact that his side handled Dublin’s third quarter power surge very poorly when the subject of fatigue was mentioned.