Your Monday evening catch-up

The latest on Ian Bailey losing his civil case, the sad news that a man died in London trying to save his brother's life, and how eating chocolate can actually help you lose weight are all part of our evening briefing on the latest and most read content on irishexaminer.com today.

IRELAND

Ian Bailey loses case against gardaí and the State

Ian Bailey has lost his civil case for damages against the State and Garda Commissioner.

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Fianna Fáil denies distributing list of children accused of anti-social behaviour

Fianna Fáil's Justice spokesperson Niall Collins has said that his party was not responsible for distributing a list containing the names of children allegedly involved in anti-social behaviour in Tallaght in Dublin.

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SPORT

PICTURES: Superstar line-up at Anfield for charity game

Your Monday evening catch-up 

Current and former Liverpool stars and a number of former Premier League opponents took to the field in Anfield yesterday for an All Star charity game.

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VIDEO: League Sunday recreate famous Nike ad for Henry Shefflin tribute

RTÉ turned to an iconic Nike ad from the 1990s for inspiration when creating a video tribute to Henry Shefflin on last night’s League Sunday.

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EXAMVIRAL

Quiz: Are you a cat or a dog person?

Your Monday evening catch-up

It seems that most people are quicker to declare themselves a cat or a dog person than reveal what their political leanings are!

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MOST READ: Scientists say eating chocolate can help you lose weight

Adding chocolate to a diet led to the “easiest and most successful weight loss”, scientists said.

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WORLD

LATEST: Man who died in London Tube accident was trying to save his brother

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A British man died after being hit by a Tube train as he tried to save his brother, who had fallen on to the tracks.

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MOST READ: Alps crash pilot had suicidal tendencies before getting licence

Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who deliberately crashed the Germanwings Airbus into the French Alps, was in therapy for suicidal tendencies before getting his pilot’s licence, Germany’s state prosecutor has said.

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BUSINESS

LATEST: British banks to face new form of stress test

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Britain’s seven biggest lenders will have to show how they would cope with a global economic downturn causing the worst deflationary spiral since the 1930s under a new Bank of England stress test later this year.

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Beans mean business for Fairtrader

CLONAKILTY Chocolate is probably the only company in Ireland producing bean-to-bar eggs and bunnies this Easter. It is also almost certainly the only one making bean-to-bar Fairtrade chocolate with goat’s milk.

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LIFESTYLE

LATEST - Rob’s Cork City Marathon Blog: Week 2 – Varying your training and setting time goals

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The June Bank Holiday is still a dot on the horizon but with just over two months to go it might be a good idea to mix-up your training routine and start setting goals, writes Robert McNamara

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MOST READ: Depression has been my greatest teacher

Martin Sheridan was first treated for depression at 22. Fifteen years later, he puts into words his struggles with the disease

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SHOWBIZ

LATEST: Former Home and Away star shares post-chemo snap

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In September of last year, former Home and Away star Tessa James - who played Nicole Franklin in the hit Australian soap - revealed that she is undergoing treatment after being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lumphoma.

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Lucky Stryker to create hundreds of jobs in Cork

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One of the world’s leading medical technology companies is expected to announce the creation of hundreds of jobs with a multi-million euro investment in a new global centre of excellence in Co Cork.

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Lifestyle

Another great aspect of being able to roam around Phoenix Park is the abundance of wild garlic, which flourishes throughout the great expanse.The Currabinny Cooks: going wild with garlic

Dyed purple hair, fake tattoos ... Ophelia Lovibond certainly went against type for her latest role.Succes from Failure: Ophelia Lovibond certainly goes against type for latest role

Keeping plants like lupins and delphiniums happy now will pay off this summer, says Peter DowdallPeter Dowdall: Embark on a perennial quest

Three figures with roles in the Cork band’s trajectory tell Ellie O’Byrne about the legend-in-the-making that was sadly never to be.B-Side the Leeside: Nun Attax and the Knocknaheeny Shuffle

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