Catch up on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com this morning.
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IRELAND: Mother of six, Antoinette Corbally, whose brother Mickey was murdered in January 2014, was one of two victims of yesterday’s daylight shooting in Ballymun.
IRELAND: Ireland must still prepare for a hard border with customs checks, Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has warned.
IRELAND: Warm tributes have been paid to theatre giant Michael Twomey — one half of the legendary comedy duo Cha and Miah — who died yesterday aged 84.
IRELAND: Education Minister Richard Bruton has urged more colleges to take pressure out of the points system by reducing the number of courses from which to choose for students.
WORLD: South Korea's president hints at sending envoy to North Korea and rules out war.
WORLD: Children and teenagers who skip breakfast are missing out on key nutrients needed for their growth and development, research in the UK suggests.
ANALYSIS: A litany of failures at the home is an insult to the work of its founder and disturbing for anyone with relatives in care, writes Catherine Shanahan
SPORT: It’s Kerry’s nature to be wary of pats on the back, but in terms of future-proofing the county’s football success, they’re in a good place.
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SHOWBIZ: Matt LeBlanc has said the new season of Top Gear will continue to steer away from the Jeremy Clarkson era and will try to attract a more diverse audience.
FEATURES: Feeling awe can lead to many other feelings, including a greater sense of activity. But with so much technology in the palm of our hand, what still astounds? asks Carl Dixon
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