So that’s Thursday nearly wrapped up. Here are some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
CervicalCheck: Approximately 800 women were not issued with their CervicalCheck results due to a technology issue, the HSE has said.
Brendan Grace: Brendan Grace’s daughters are thankful for the final days their family spent with their “gorgeous dad” before he passed.
Court: A businessman is facing five years in prison after being convicted of having a “10,000-volt” stun gun disguised as a torch, found among an arsenal of weaponry inside his “fortified” mansion home.
Tensions with Iran: Police in Gibraltar have arrested the captain and chief officer of the Iranian supertanker detained last week in an operation involving British Royal Marines.
FAI: Jack Grealish and Declan Rice would still be playing for the Republic of Ireland but for weak relationships between former manager Martin O'Neill and underage coaches, according to Stephen Kenny.
Brexit: Surging economic activity strengthens the hand of Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe in October’s budget — despite the uncertainties of Brexit, a leading economist has said.
Noel Whelan: Where it suited the cause and where it suited himself, Noel Whelan would make public his involvement in it. Why not?
Boris Johnson: No amount of self-proclaimed ‘optimism’ can hide the truth about Britain’s economy.A no-deal Brexit would only make things much, much worse.
Love Island: The relationship between Love Islanders Michael Griffiths and Joanna Chimonides will come under strain after it was revealed that Amber Gill is the girl who gets his heart racing the most.
Angry Bagel Shop Man: A video uploaded to social media shows a man yelling about dating sites and 'women in general' calling him short.
Feuding Families: The Garda armed response unit was called to the 200-house Ballyspillane estate in Killarney, Co Kerry, on Tuesday to deal with an ongoing dispute between rival Traveller sides in a Traveller dispute.