Monday's Evening Round-up: Rockall row; NY helicopter crash; Tory leadership race

Monday's Evening Round-up: Rockall row; NY helicopter crash; Tory leadership race

So that’s nearly Monday 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

Rockall row: Wondering what the Rockall fishing dispute is all about. Caroline O'Doherty has the answers.

Climate change: The former US Secretary of State has lashed out at world leaders who lie about the climate crisis and dismiss the scientific evidence.

Ana Kriegel: The lawyer for a teenage boy, accused of the murder and aggravated sexual assault of Anastasia Kriegel, has said there was "not one pick of evidence" given by any witness in court that his client intended to kill the schoolgirl or anyone.

'House-blockers': The Government has been warned to stop treating older people as "house-blockers" making the housing crisis worse simply because they own family-size homes they have paid off over decades.

NY helicopter crash: A helicopter has crashed into a building in Midtown Manhattan in New York. The Fire Department of New York has confirmed reports of at least one fatality.

Tory leadership: Michael Gove has issued a personal attack on his Tory leadership rival Boris Johnson in a bid to move attention away from his cocaine admission, as 10 candidates were nominated to go through to the first round of voting.

TO ENGAGE

Monday's Evening Round-up: Rockall row; NY helicopter crash; Tory leadership race

Rise of far-right: Many associate the murky world of ‘dark money’ with the US political system, but its influence has reached far closer to home, including European elections and Ireland’s anti-abortion movement.

Mindfulness: Mindfulness aligns itself with science and academia to be seen as credible but it lacks any real evidence.

TO ENTERTAIN

Seafest: Chris Bullzini took part in an awe-inspiring tight-rope walk across the Lee.

Bye-bye beardy: Listen up guys, the word on the street is that beards are over and it’s time to grow a moustache. Pat Fitzpatrick asks the expert

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