Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
Two former executives from Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public in 2008.
Gardaí investigating the murder at the Regency Airport Hotel last February said today that they are keen to trace the movements of a silver coloured Ford Transit 03D 58865 around Buckingham St in the days prior to the shooting.
A man charged as part of the investigation into Gareth Hutch’s murder has been refused bail this afternoon.
Low flying aircraft can be expected over Galway, Mayo and parts of Roscommon, Offaly, Clare and Tipperary in coming weeks as part of a geological mapping project.
A Limerick woman with 102 previous convictions, who punched a disabled man in the face and robbed his wallet, has been jailed for three years.
A county-by-county breakdown of road fatalities involving alcohol has been released today, with Cork the worst offender.
A new town, built around a railway station, schools, shops and other infrastructure, has been given the go-ahead in Co Cork.
Richard Huckle was "a constant groomer" who pretended to be a Christian philanthropist while in fact basing "his whole life around the sexual abuse of children", investigators said.
Five civilians and a policeman were killed when Taliban gunmen stormed a court building in eastern Afghanistan, the Interior Ministry said.
#Euro2016 is a potential target for Islamic State (IS), the head of the EU's law enforcement agency has said. However, Europol director Rob Wainwright said the risk is "not necessarily high" given the massive security operation set to be mounted by the French authorities.
Elsewhere, Roy Keane sounded the alarm over the change in tone with a verbal dressing down of the performance against Belarus last night.
Get all the latest news and analysis of Euro 2016 HERE.
The devastating impact of addictive gambling in Tipperary’s GAA has been revealed in a series of interviews to be broadcast on local radio today.
Novak Djokovic finally got the better of Roberto Bautista Agut and the Paris weather to belatedly moved into the quarter-finals of the French Open.
Air traffic controllers at some of the busiest airports in the UK could be about to cut passenger waiting time thanks to new technology that better understands how to separate out landing aircraft.
Britain's manufacturing sector eked out modest growth last month after a shock contraction in April, but remained close to stagnation as Brexit fears hit activity.
We don’t own our natural resources under Article 10 of the Constitution. It needs to be repealed, but is there anyone with the bottle to take it on, asks Eddie Hobbs
The lavish, white wedding dress is not every girl’s dream. Make your own or buy a ready-to-wear option and avoid hassle and expense, says Carolyn Moore
Patrick Corr and his blind cat, Stevie, successfully climbed Carrauntoohil for charity.
Once again, Jack has come out on top in a list of the most popular boys baby names in Ireland. With some many options, it can be hard to find the perfect name for your new little bundle of joy. Well, don't worry, we have you covered. Take our quiz and find out what name you should give your son.
New parents will know just how difficult it can be to just get out of the house and enjoy something as simple as eating out. One mother needed to breastfeed her child was out and was shocked at one stranger's kind act.
GAMING: EA has announced that it will host a livestream of Battlefield 1 gameplay immediately after its E3 press conference next week.
MOVIES: A private detective and an enforcer try to find a missing girl in Los Angeles in 1977. Check out our review of The Nice Guys.
TECH: Dublin Airport has become the first in the world to allow Google Maps users to explore its airfield via Street View.
Irish catwalk star Stella Maxwell has topped Maxium’s Hot 100 list – celebrating her exciting news with a racy photoshoot.
40 dead tiger cubs have been found in a freezer at a Buddhist temple that operated as an admission-charging zoo in Thailand.
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