Evening Round-up: Teen dies in Cork hospital; Kerry triumphs; No-deal Brexit?

Evening Round-up: Teen dies in Cork hospital; Kerry triumphs; No-deal Brexit?

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.

TO INFORM

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.

TO ENGAGE

Evening Round-up: Teen dies in Cork hospital; Kerry triumphs; No-deal Brexit?

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.

TO ENTERTAIN

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.

MOST READ SO FAR TODAY

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.

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