Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
Gardaí have renewed their appeal for the mother of a new born baby girl found three months ago in a recycling facility in Bray, Co. Wicklow, to contact them.
Allegations that PSNI officers stripped and assaulted a female prisoner in Derry have been rejected by a watchdog.
Minister Leo Varadkar has launched a new campaign urging parents to apply for Paternity Benefit.
A man has died after a traffic accident in Co. Tipperary this afternoon.
One in five children has said they have been bullied online – that is twice the level of bullying parents think is going on.
A man and woman have been arrested in England on suspicion of the murder of a 13-week-old baby boy.
Police in England have released mobile phone footage of a man snorting cocaine from the barrel of a sawn-off shotgun which helped to convict him and two teenagers of firearm offences.
The sister of a French priest murdered by extremists has appealed at his funeral for all faiths to work together for peace.
Donald Trump’s presidential bid has thrived on controversy of his own making. Now, the Republican nominee has kicked off the first full week of the general election campaign having put his strategy of saying the politically unimaginable to its greatest test yet.
Leinster have made a key addition to their backroom team. The province has announced the appointment of Charlie Higgins as their new Head of Athletic Performance.
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny insists that there are reasons for optimism ahead of tonight's game BATE Borisov.
Declan Browne, Óisín McConville and Colin Corkery have each expressed strong opinions on Cork’s senior footballers and the avenues they need to take to return to the upper echelons of the code.
The editor of the Irish Examiner, Tim Vaughan, is to take up a new position in another company next October.
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have been dropped from a European blue-chip stock index in another sign of the woes hitting the financial sector in Europe.
There are signs now though that rural Ireland has lots of fight in it yet, writes Fergus Finlay.
Arlene Harris recounts a terrifying moment when her son went into anaphylactic shock and argues adrenaline pens should be available in public places.
A driver in Limerick was this week’s star of the always entertaining Garda Traffic Twitter Account when they were pulled over by a Mayorstone guard.
Instagram is introducing a new feature to its app that will allow users to share the best moments of their day with the world.
GAMING: Pokémon Go’s first ever legendary may be in the possession of a player in Ohio.
MOVIES/TV: Jared Leto is set to take on the iconic role of The Joker in Suicide Squad and he's doing some pretty creepy things in character.
TECH: Samsung today announced its latest in the Galaxy Note series, the Galaxy Note 7.
Glee actress Lea Michele has posed naked for the September issue of Women’s Health magazine. The singer and TV star features on the cover of the monthly’s “Naked Issue” edition.
This day last year Limerick man Jason Corbett was beaten to death in his North Carolina home. His death sparked a custody battle for his children between his Irish relatives and the stepmother who will stand trial for murder next week, writes Joe Leogue
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