Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Ana Kriegel verdict; Tory leadership race; Tipp's Bonner blow

Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Ana Kriegel verdict; Tory leadership race; Tipp's Bonner blow

So that’s Tuesday 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

Ana Kriegel: A jury has convicted two 14-year-old boys of murdering "lonely and vulnerable" schoolgirl Anastasia Kriegel, whose naked body was found in an abandoned farmhouse three days after she went missing.

Health: Strike action by support staff at hospitals across the country this week can be averted, the Taoiseach has maintained.

CervicalCheck: Women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy are to receive €20,000 each. The Cabinet signed off on the ex-gratia payments this evening.

Tory Leadership Contest: Boris Johnson has confirmed his status as the favourite to be the next British prime minister with a commanding victory in the second round of voting in the Tory leadership race. The final five candidates vying to be the next British Prime Minister took part in a BBC debate this evening.

Bonner blow: Patrick Maher has suffered a cruciate ligament injury, Tipperary GAA have confirmed. The injury is set to rule the Lorrha man out for the rest of the season.

Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Ana Kriegel verdict; Tory leadership race; Tipp's Bonner blow

TO ENGAGE

Fergus Finlay: If the Fiscal Advisory Council looked at the societal impact of its recommendations, its reports would be more useful.

Parenting: Helen O’Callaghan says a viral video of a dad interacting with his baby shows how mirroring behaviour is key for a child’s development.

TO ENTERTAIN

Mums the word: RTÉ newsreader Eileen Whelan has opened up about the fears she had before becoming a mother again at 48.

The Skin Nerd: Jennifer Rock looks at the pros and cons of moisturisers and serums.

MOST READ SO FAR TODAY

Ana Kriegel: The jury in the trial of the two boys accused of Ana Kriegel's murder were prevented from hearing that Boy A had searched online for "child porn" and "animal porn" and had thousands of pornographic images on two mobile phones.

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