Gormley: Bankers hid insolvency issue in run-up to guarantee; Two prisoners scale wall to stage roof protest at Cloverhill; Bionic suit allows paralysed jockey Jonjo Bright 'step into the unknown'; Two charged over killing Cecil the lion; farmer 'had no hunting permit' These are some of the latest and most read news stories on irishexaminer.com this evening.
Gormley: Bankers hid insolvency issue in run-up to guarantee
The former leader of the Green party John Gormley says it is his firm belief that some bankers hid the fact they were insolvent from the Government in the run-up to the bank guarantee.
Prison escort staff 'forget' licenses and are accused of 'wildcat' strike
The Irish Prison Service has accused drivers with the Escort Corp of engaging in "wildcat" industrial action.
Aer Lingus flight forced to swerve in take-off to avoid jet
The crew of a Dublin-bound Aer Lingus flight had to take evasive action to avoid a private jet that had entered the runway while they were taking off.
Two prisoners scale wall to stage roof protest at Cloverhill
Two prisoners have climbed on to the roof of Cloverhill prison as part of a protest.
VIDEO: Bionic suit allows paralysed jockey Jonjo Bright 'step into the unknown'
Jonjo Bright, a jockey from Antrim who suffered severe injuries from a fall two years ago, is benefiting from an exoskeleton bionic suit purchased by the Irish Injured Jockeys (IIJ).
Mike Quirke: Cork must banish crutches and excuses
Legendary American college football coach Nick Saban once said: “Championship teams have to be resilient. No matter what is thrown at them, no matter how deep the hole, they find a way to bounce back and overcome adversity”.
Father leaves $27m — but with catches
Two young New York women have become millionaires by inheritance, but there are a few catches.
Two charged over killing Cecil the lion; farmer 'had no hunting permit'
Two Zimbabweans arrested for illegally hunting a protected lion named Cecil have appeared in court as anger at the kill by an American dentist escalated.
Irish Water: Utility a persistent unmitigated disaster
Irish Water has run from one controversy to another but now things have got a whole lot worse, writes political reporter Juno McEnroe.
Technology, money and the search for immortality
They are some of the biggest brains in technology and they have serious money behind them. Their mission now is to end old age and achieve immortality saysRita de Brun.
Ryanair flight returns to airport minutes after departure to remove forgotten luggage
A Ryanair flight was forced to do a u-turn just 20 minutes after departure after the crew realised that the luggage from a previous flight had not been removed from the plane.
Everyone is incredibly angry at the American dentist who killed Cecil the lion
It’s been 24 hours since Walter Palmer was identified as the man who killed Cecil the lion and the internet furore shows no sign of abating.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde hopeful of global economic recovery
The world economy is recovering but is still fragile and “faces some downside risks”, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde.
€4.5bn valuation for Limerick brothers’ Stripe
An online payments start-up founded by Limerick brothers Patrick and John Collison is continuing its rapid Silicon Valley ascent with another round of funding that values the company at $5 billion (€4.52bn).
PIC: Liam Neeson, is that you?
Liam Neeson has sparked quite a stir after being photographed looking gaunt and completely unrecognizable in New York earlier this week.
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