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.
Disco deaths: Two men arrested in connection with deaths of three teens at Co Tyrone disco.
Brexit: Noonan: Irish exporters will be 'able to cope' under no-deal Brexit.
Kerry General Hospital: Family of 28-year-old who died of cancersettles case over care at Kerry General Hospital.
Cork-Limerick motorway: 'It's €15m of taxpayers' money' - Cost of proposed Cork-Limerick motorway being questioned.
Portarlington fire: Rail services from Heuston Station were affected this evening by a fire near Portarlington station.
Hate speech: FERGUS FINLAY: Hate speech on the internet may yet bring democracy to its knees.
Climate change: Governments must act together to fight gangs undermining climate policies, write Robert Muggah, Adriana Abdenur, and Ilona Szabó.
Photo goes viral: In 1984, Pamela Clare Charlestown visitedCork and its surrounding areas researching her grandmother's roots as part of a school trip.
Kit Harrington: 'When you become the cliffhanger of a TV show...the focus on you is f*cking terrifying'.
People had a lot to say about Alan Partridge's rendition of ‘Come Out, Ye Black and Tans’ on BBC One.