Your Tuesday evening catch-up

The latest on the Airbus A320 crash in France, advice to the jury at the Graham Dwyer trial and an upcoming announcement from Henry Shefflin are all part of our evening briefing on the latest and most read content on irishexaminer.com today.   

BREAKING

Black box found as footage of plane crash debris emerges

The black box has been recovered from the site of today's plane crash in the French Alps, a French interior ministry official has confirmed.

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IRELAND

Your Tuesday evening catch-up

LATEST: Graham Dwyer trial judge tells jury: Be careful with circumstantial evidence

The judge in the Graham Dwyer trial has told the jury that the spade in the case was a good example of where it should be careful with circumstantial evidence.

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MOST READ: Cork taxi driver recalls night of vicious attack

A Cork taxi driver has recalled the terrifying moment he was attacked while bringing a group of six men home in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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SPORT

Your Tuesday evening catch-up 

LATEST: Henry Shefflin expected to announce retirement tomorrow

Speculation is rife throughout the country that the days of witnessing Henry Shefflin soar in Kilkenny’s famous black and amber are over.

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MOST READ: I was treated like I killed someone, blasts Thierry Henry

Thierry Henry has said he was treated like he had "killed someone" in the aftermath of the handball that ended Ireland’s hopes of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup.

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EXAMVIRAL

Your Tuesday evening catch-up

LATEST: VOTE: Six Nations 2015 Best Try

Last weekend, the Six Nations came to a thrilling end, Ireland claiming a second consecutive championship.

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MOST READ: Not the response this woman was expecting from an agony aunt

When this cutting from the Denver Post first made a circulation on social media it caused quite a stir and it’s easy to see why.

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WORLD

Your Tuesday evening catch-up 

LATEST: Crashed Airbus A320 'is disintegrated', says local official

French prime minister Manuel Valls has said a helicopter had managed to land near site of today's Airbus plane crash and had found no survivors.

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MOST READ: Human poo a mine of precious metals

Never was the expression “where there’s muck there’s brass” more appropriate.

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BUSINESS

Your Tuesday evening catch-up 

LATEST: Tesco shareholders may seek damages

Tesco is facing potential legal action from institutional shareholders following the £263m accounting scandal uncovered last autumn.

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MOST READ: Cork tech cluster in landmark deal

Cork’s leading tech cluster has struck a deal for local businesses that quite literally opens the door to thousands of potential partner firms across Europe.

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LIFESTYLE

Your Tuesday evening catch-up 

LATEST: 3D printing adds a new dimension in the design and building sectors

3D printing technology will make some jobs in construction obsolete but will create others. Teacher Antonio Ianni tells Ellie O’Byrne it is the future but Ireland is lagging behind.

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MOST READ: Why do parents continue working if a salary only just covers childcare?

Irish parents are spending about a quarter of their income on children with some paying up to 40%. But can you imagine saving up for your childcare? Andrea Mara spoke to one mother who said she had no other choice.

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SHOWBIZ

Your Tuesday evening catch-up

MOST READ: Yvonne Keating speaks openly about divorce from Ronan

Yvonne Keating took to the airwaves in a frank and honest interview about her life following her official divorce from Ronan Keating.

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MOST READ TODAY

Your Tuesday evening catch-up

MOST READ: Man dies in Cork city car crash

A man has died after his car crashed through a railing and landed on another car in Cork City.

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