Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
Got neighbours from hell? - then take the advice of a top garda who was a victim of them. It comes after the call came last night from an independent city councillor for college authorities in Cork to fund special Garda units to police residential areas plagued by drunken students.
Bus Éireann has said from now on, schoolbuses will not run while a Met Éireann Status-Red weather alert is active.
Thirty-two Irish pubs spread across 15 counties, north and south, have secured listings in the 2016 Michelin ‘Eating Out In Pubs’ Guide just published.
This weekend is the busiest weekend of the year for fire crews across the country, with Halloween tomorrow night.
A Cork woman who was the victim of sexual harassment last weekend says the overwhelming online response to the incident has motivated her to report the matter to gardaí.
A newborn baby suffered brain damage when his mother tried to cause “harm” by placing him in a toilet bowl, a family court judge in the UK has concluded.
The US, Russia and other world powers are considering a new plan to set up a ceasefire in Syria within the next four to six months, sources have said.
Australia have blundered on the eve of Saturday’s World Cup final by accidentally revealing elements of their game-plan for dethroning New Zealand.
Leinster announced today that Isa Nacewa is to take over the role of club captain on a permanent basis, having taken led the team on an interim basis during the Rugby World Cup.
It’s been said that most Rugby World Cup finals have been dour, boring affairs, and there’s good reason for that, but I think we could be looking at the exception to the rule this weekend, writes Ronan O’Gara
For more latest news, views and banter visit our dedicated Rugby World Cup Centre HERE
British taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has revealed a sharp fall in third-quarter profits.
Shares of companies making nappies, buggies and infant formula have seen a boost from China’s decision to scrap its decades-old one-child policy.
Hillary Clinton is fighting a battle against Bernie Sanders in Nevada. Emily Cadei reports on the campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in the deeply divided ‘swing state’
Got an issue? Ask Audrey... he’s been sorting out Cork people for years.
Botched attempts at recreating YouTube Halloween make-up can end up scarier than the original, but for all the wrong reasons. And let’s be fair, nobody wants to end up on the wrong side of an internet meme.
A man has spoken of the “total weirdness” of encountering his doppelganger after boarding a flight to see him sitting in his seat.
You don’t need to be an astrophysicist to know that science is cool! Here’s a quick quiz that will test your general science knowledge. Good Luck!
GAMING: Need for Speed’s urban sprawl will act as a place for people to be free to do what they want to do, a gangster’s paradise if you will. Those are the none-too-subtle hints dropped by its launch trailer, at least.
MOVIES: The Queen of Ireland is now in cinemas and it’s already earning plenty of attention thanks to amazing reviews from audiences and critics and great box office returns, making it the highest grossing Irish documentary ever released.
TECH: Snapchat has added Speed Modifiers, which will let people get more creative with their videos.
There is no denying the popularity of Boyband One Direction but the extent of the their fan-dom is almost beyond comprehension.
Never one to mince his words, Conor McGregor has attracted a lot of attention with a strongly worded post discussing the remembrance poppy.
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