Your Tuesday evening news catch-up

A man who uses a wheelchair was left alone on a locked train in Dublin as no staff were available, Ian Bailey has been ordered to pay his full court costs, an Irish Examiner poll has reveals 94% of readers think the Government need to invest in a Limerick - Cork motorway and Villa's rising star Jack Grealish rejects a first senior Republic of Ireland call-up. Here's this evening’s irishexaminer.com catch-up.

TOP STORY

Wheelchair-user left alone on locked, dark train in Dublin station

A man who uses a wheelchair was last week left alone on a locked train in Dublin as there were no staff available to help him disembark.

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IRELAND

Your Tuesday evening news catch-up

94% of Irish Examiner readers in favour of a Limerick-Cork motorway

An Irish Examiner poll has revealed that 94% of readers would like the Government to invest in a motorway between Limerick and Cork.

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Your Tuesday evening news catch-up

High Court orders Bailey to pay full costs after failed case against the State

The High Court has ordered that Ian Bailey pay the full costs of his failed legal battle against the State.

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MOST READ: Cork rallies to raise €2k for man burnt out of tent

A city has rallied to help a homeless man who was burnt out of his tent..

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SPORT

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Grealish rejects Ireland’s call

Aston Villa rising star Jack Grealish has rejected a first senior Republic of Ireland call-up for next month’s games against England and Scotland.

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MOST READ: Leinster confirm Healy should be fit for World Cup

There was good news for Ireland fans in Leinster’s squad update, as they reported positive news on prop Cian Healy.

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WORLD

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Death toll climbs to 37 after new Nepal earthquake

Nigel Farage has had his resignation as leader of the UK Independence Party rejected by the party's national executive committee and he remains as leader.

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MOST READ: German coalition at odds over US spy deal

The German government rejected suggestions it intentionally misled the public about the US’s willingness to negotiate a “no-spy” agreement between the countries.

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ANALYSIS

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FERGUS FINLAY: Bishops are wrong. Where is the God of love and compassion?

A COUPLE of weeks ago the Catholic Bishops of Ireland asked us to reflect on what was proposed in the marriage equality referendum. The common refrain of messages then was “marriage is important. Reflect before you change it”, writes Fergus Finlay.

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LIFESTYLE

Your Tuesday evening news catch-up 

MOST READ: The ‘Irish Angels’ who swapped Ireland for the UK

By the 1970s, Irish women made up 12% of Britain’s nurses. One of them was Mary Hazard, and her autobiography recounts her 60 happy years with the NHS, says Sharon Ni Chonchúir.

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EXAMVIRAL

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German magazine falls for Waterford Whispers story on Lidl ’stampede’

German news magazine Focus reported this morning on a shocking stampede in Dunboyne’s Lidl, which injured more than 30.

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MOST READ: Female TV reporter puts vulgar football fans in their place

There’s been a rather stupid trend online for the past year or so of young men running into live news broadcasts with female presenters and screaming "f*** her right in the p****".

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TECHNOW

iPad Pro may be pushed back to 2016

Apple hasn’t even hinted at the iPad Pro, its 12.9-inch tablet, but that hasn’t stemmed the wave of leaks, rumours and reports. It was initially tipped for release at the tail end of this year, but looks likely to slip to 2016.

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MOST READ: Castlevania successor's Kickstarter makes more than $1 million in 24 hours

Koji Igarashi wanted to prove that people want to play games like classic Castlevania. His Kickstarter for Bloodstained made more than $1m in 24 hours.

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BUSINESS

Your Tuesday evening news catch-up 

Tony O’Reilly home sold for €7.4m

Businessman Tony O’Reilly’s former Irish home in Kilcullen, Co Kildare, was sold for €7.4m last January, a court has been told.

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MOST READ: ‘Very strong’ case for Cork-Limerick motorway

The Government is not taking advantage of the historically low cost of financing to deliver economically and socially critical infrastructure projects such as the proposed Cork to Limerick motorway, the country’s business representative body has claimed.

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SHOWBIZ

SPOILERS: Popular characters will return to the cobbles for Deirdre Barlow’s funeral

"Some of Deirdre's closest friends and her family will be there to pay their respects."

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MOST READ RIGHT NOW

Marriage Equality Referendum: Why I’ll tick that níl box in a pink glitter pen

Marriage is a legal institution with a purpose: Children. For that reason it is the union of a man and a woman and anything else is something else, argues Paddy Manning.

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