Thursday's Evening Round-up: Elections 2019, Theresa May ditches Brexit plan and Ana Kriegel

So that’s Thursday 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.

Thursday's Evening Round-up: Elections 2019, Theresa May ditches Brexit plan and Ana Kriegel

TO INFORM

Thursday's Evening Round-up: Elections 2019, Theresa May ditches Brexit plan and Ana Kriegel

Ana Kriegel:Boy B told gardaí Ana said 'No, no, don't do this' after Boy A 'flipped her' in abandoned house

Brexit: Cabinet ministers urge May to ditch her Brexit plan as she clings on to power

Thursday's Evening Round-up: Elections 2019, Theresa May ditches Brexit plan and Ana Kriegel

Elections2019:

As ballot papers expand, is it time to reassess political nomination process?

Ex-Mayor of Cork slams 'cowards' who have 'crossed a line' by defacing election poster outside his home

'Deeply disappointed' Fine Gael TD defies party instructions with canvass in Cork and Tipperary

Islanders cast votes early in European and local elections

Fianna Fáil hits back at Fine Gael for eyeing Billy Kelleher's Dáil seat

Hurling hands: No. 2 Anthony Daly - 'Sparrow broke my thumb the week I made Clare debut'

Ferreis:Brittany Ferries cancels Cork to France sailings due to 'hydraulic fault'; Spain sailings also cancelled

TO ENGAGE

Social Media: Using your smartphone at the supermarket can add 41% to your shopping bill

Elections 2019: Just one big, happy political family? Certain names keep cropping up in politics

TO ENTERTAIN

Ask Audrey:'Rod Stewart is about as Scottish as a generous person with a nice set of teeth'

Sighting:Rare killer whale attack witnessed off Cork coast

MOST READ

Diabetes Awareness: Talented Waterford hurler Seanie Barry surprised to learn he has Type 1 diabetes

More on this topic

Upgraded home perfect for those wishing to downsizeUpgraded home perfect for those wishing to downsize

Are you ready to join the tiny-house movement?Are you ready to join the tiny-house movement?

People run into streets as 5.3-magnitude earthquake hits AthensPeople run into streets as 5.3-magnitude earthquake hits Athens

Rathealy House has acres and acres of potentialRathealy House has acres and acres of potential

More in this Section

Evening Round-Up: Lisa Smith; McIlroy's flop; Citizenship controversyEvening Round-Up: Lisa Smith; McIlroy's flop; Citizenship controversy

Evening Round-Up: HSE restructure, Water fines, Dundalk's dream continuesEvening Round-Up: HSE restructure, Water fines, Dundalk's dream continues

Tuesday's Evening Round Up: New EU president, Waterford Crash, Fiona a 'Shaw' winTuesday's Evening Round Up: New EU president, Waterford Crash, Fiona a 'Shaw' win

Evening round-up: CervicalCheck review; Farewell to Brendan Grace; Trump accused of racismEvening round-up: CervicalCheck review; Farewell to Brendan Grace; Trump accused of racism


Lifestyle

Ever wondered what it would be like to move lock, stock and barrel into a tiny home, like the ones on Netflix’s Tiny House Nation?Are you ready to join the tiny-house movement?

A continence expert from the children’s bowel and bladder charity ERIC gives advice on how parents can help stop older children bed-wetting.Ask an expert: How can I help my child stop wetting the bed?

A quick spritz can make all the difference to your complexion, says Katie Wright.What a difference a spray makes: 9 of the best facial mists for every skin type

Athlete and mum-of-two Jo Pavey has teamed up with a childcare expert and Simplyhealth to inspire families to embrace active fun. By Lisa Salmon.9 ways to keep kids entertained and active this summer

More From The Irish Examiner