So that’s Wednesday 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.
Strike: Tomorrow's industrial action by 10,000 health support staff has been deferred pending the outcome of emergency talks at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC).
Ana Kriegel: A judge at the Central Criminal Court has warned that it is an offence to publish anything identifying the two boys convicted of Ana Kriegel's murder and anyone who does so will be "treated in the most serious fashion". Representatives of Twitter and Facebook will appear in court tomorrow after it emerged that social media users had identified the 14-year-old boys despite an order by the trial judge preventing their being named and a provision under the Children Act that prohibits the identification of minors accused or convicted of a criminal offence.
Tory leadership race: Rory Stewart’s hopes of becoming the next British prime minister were dashed after his support collapsed in the third round of voting by Tory MPs. Four contenders now remain in the race.
The Displaced: A record 71 million people have been displaced worldwide as a result of war, persecution and other violence, the UN refugee agency said.
Champions Cup: Munster have been drawn in the 'Pool of Death' while 2019 runners-up Leinster are the top seeds in Pool 1 for next season's Champions Cup pool stages.
Majella Moynihan: The deeply moving case of Majella Moynihan, predictably channelled public anger towards a “them”, but away from us. This is a recurring phenomenon as searing stories of our past, says Gerard Howlin.
Talking to our children: It is difficult for us to fully comprehend the depths of sadness, distress and outrage that the murder of Ana Kriegel has created across Ireland, writes Paul Gilligan.
Netflix: From parallel universes to prison cells- here's some of what you can expect from Netflix this July.
Cork concerts: The holy-grail of gig lineups is happening in Cork’s Musgrave Park over the next week and if you’re heading along, here are a few things you should note.
Moving on: Rugby brought Doug and Monique Howlett to Cork but it is friendship that kept them here. Now artist Monique is marking the end of their Irish journey with a beginning of her own.