Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
Fianna Fáil will not call off its fragile deal with Fine Gael or seek to re-negotiate its details if Taoiseach Enda Kenny is replaced as leader of the Government party before the agreement runs out. Meanwhile, water charges are “unlikely” to be returned, the leader of Fianna Fáil has declared earlier today.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan is to review an invitation to the Dail’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC), his spokesman has said today.
Former Tanaiste Joan Burton has told a court she did not think she had the alternative of being able to get out of a car during Jobstown protest.
A €500m development project has been announced for Limerick. It has the potential to provide 5,000 jobs for the area.
Contraception has been criticised as an attack on fertility by one of the country's leading Catholic teachers.
A suspect wanted in connection with explosions in New York City and New Jersey has been taken into custody following a shoot-out with police officers, a law enforcement official said.
Syria's military command has declared the US-Russian brokered ceasefire over, blaming the country's rebel groups for undermining the agreement.
The GAA are set to make as much as €3 million from Saturday week’s All-Ireland SFC final replay. While the GAA have reduced the ticket prices for the match, many fans feel they could have gone further.
We’ve taken a look at some of the most telling numbers from the Premier League so far. Need to catch up? Come with us.
Forty new jobs have been announced in Dublin at pharmaceuticals company Mallonckrodt. The company announced a new €10m R&D centre in the capital.
Minister of State for Finance Eoghan Murphy is in Asia to promote Ireland as a hub for international financial services.
After his hit song ‘Silence’ provided the soundtrack for the marriage equality campaign, Cork singer Jack O’Rourke is glad he waited to release his debut album, writes Ed Power
Crime correspondent Cormac O’Keeffe goes behind the headlines in this special report on the fall-out from recent incidents at the Oberstown Children Detention Campus. As part of his report he meets Pat Bergin, the centre's Director, and hears his assessment of the situation and of his plans for the future.
Follow the signs and leave the sat nav at home, that’s the advice to the thousands heading to the national ploughing championships.
Noel Hopkins from Inverness may be only two years old - but he knows an awful lot about dinosaurs. A video of the little Scottish boy naming all the dinosaurs his mother presents to him is all over the internet at the moment and it might just be the most charming thing we’ve ever seen.
OK, this might not come as a particularly massive surprise to you, but a psychological study has shown that beer appears to make people less shy about sex.
GAMING: For Honor kicked off a closed alpha test this weekend and we got some hands on time to try out the intense warfare.
MOVIES/TV: REVIEW - The Girl with all the Gifts is a 2014 novel by British comic book writer M.C. Carey and he's adapted his own book to the screen for a feature film version.
TECH: The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been having some problems since launch, with the company opting to recall millions of units around the world.
Just as Saoirse Ronan finished educating the world on the correct pronunciation of her name as gaeilge and we got over the fiasco of it being nominated for Best British Film at this year’s BAFAs, Netflix goes and does the unthinkable.
New research into the Siege of Kinsale will be presented at international conference, writes Áilín Quinlan
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