Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Scally report; Dublin stabbing; Tax defaulter list

Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Scally report; Dublin stabbing; Tax defaulter list

So that’s nearly Tuesday 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

Scally report: A second report by Dr Gabriel Scally into the testing controversy has found further outsourcing of slides, which neither the HSE nor the national cancer screening programme was aware of.

Rockall row: The Irish government has announced a process of intensified engagement overthe Roackal fisheries dispute has been agreed with the Scottish government.

O'Connell Street stabbing: A man was brazenly stabbed to death as a nearby Garda requested assistance in monitoring his interaction with another man on Dublin's O'Connell Street.

Ana Kriegel: The judge in the trial of two teenage boys accused of murdering Anastasia Kriegel has warned the jury that people lie for many reasons, including shame and to conceal "disgraceful behaviour" from their family.

Tory leadership: The race to replace Theresa May at Number 10 took a series of bizarre twists as candidates launched their leadership bids.

Tax defaulters: Revenue has published its list of tax defaulters and it includes company directors, landlords and financial consultants.

TO ENGAGE

Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Scally report; Dublin stabbing; Tax defaulter list

Compensation culture: Hillwalkers, mountain bikers, and outdoor adventurers must take responsibility for their own injuries, as contact sports players do.

Fergus Finlay: A toast to Lakers, Irish Distillers spirit and Difference Days like this.

TO ENTERTAIN

Brian Kennedy: Singer Brian Kennedy has taken to his social media platforms to celebrate his last round of Chemotherapy.

Home security: Are you aware of today’s technological guardians? Kya deLongchamps gives some straightforward advice on keeping your house on lock-down while you are away this summer.

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