Tuesday's Evening Round-up: Trump's visit to Ireland, Brexit and Anastasia Kriegel trial

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.


Anastasia Kriegel murder trial: Ana Kriegel trial hears one of accused described co-accused as 'weird'

Trump Vists: Donald Trump visit 'to happen on June 5 - 7'

Séamus Lawless:Body of climber, in group of missing Irishman Séamus Lawless, recovered from Mt Everest

Local Elections:'Modern den of thieves': Mick Barry calls Fine Gael a party of landlords

Brexit:Latest: Theresa May plans to hold vote on second Brexit referendum

Cork drug injection centre:Cork traders call for 'open, clear and honest consultation' before supervised injection centre decisions


Climate change: Sea level rise could displace millions of people within two generations

Influencers:The scandal that should force us to reconsider wellness advice from influencers

Sustainably:Are these the comfiest knickers ever?


The Skin Nerd: Is Kylie Skin set to be a kult klassic or miss the mark?

Game of Thrones:12 quotes that will stay with fans until Winter returns


Books:Here are the most borrowed books from Irish libraries in 2018

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Thursday's Evening Round-up: Paddy Jackson; Sarah Huckabee Sanders steps down; Tory leadership

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


John McCarthy gives standout performance but Evening Train takes safe route

The Currabinny cooks celebrate the courgette

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