Your Tuesday evening news catch-up

Gerry Adams and Prince Charles express ’regret’ over Troubles; Mickey Ned O’Sullivan wants to tell his own family’s story to advocate a yes vote in the referendum; and a spoiler free guide to tonight’s TV. Here’s this evening’s irishexaminer.com catch-up. 

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Gerry Adams and Prince Charles express 'regret' over Troubles

The Prince of Wales has expressed regret over lives lost in the Troubles in the North, Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has said.

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IRELAND

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Gardaí issue photos of Baby Maria

Gardaí have issued a photograph of Baby Maria who was found on the side of the road in Rathcoole in Dublin 12 days ago.

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MOST READ: TV icon Derek Davis' ‘Wonderful World’ recalled with love

The Derek Davis remembered at his funeral service in Dublin was a big man in so many other ways than the obvious.

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SPORT

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Footage of police beating football fan causes uproar in Portugal

Portuguese prosecutors are investigating a policeman who beat a man in front of his young children and punched their grandfather outside a football stadium, sparking a national scandal.

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MOST READ: Mickey Ned O’Sullivan - Creating a true nation of equals

Former Kerry manager Mickey Ned O’Sullivan wants to tell his own family’s story to advocate a yes vote in the referendum, writes Michael Moynihan.

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WORLD

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Research: Parents 'complementary to children's language learning'

An American scientist has released research indicating that the complementary approaches of a mother and father can help a child's language development.

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MOST READ: Seaman who raised safety fears at Trident nuclear programme to hand himself in

A Royal Navy submariner who criticised safety and security procedures around the Trident nuclear programme has said he will hand himself over to the authorities.

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ANALYSIS

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FERGUS FINLAY: Yes we can be brave not afraid, open not closed. All we need is love

It’s simple. If I’m heterosexual, I can get married to the person I love. If I’m not, I can’t, writes Fergus Finlay

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LIFESTYLE

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MOST READ: Helen Fennell is still in the heart of her family

18-year-old Helen Fennell was given another chance at life when she received a heart transplant and months later was hanging out with Graham Norton in London. But, it wasn’t to be and her heartbroken parents are adamant that she won’t have died in vain, says Ailín Quinlan

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EXAMVIRAL

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VIDEO: Ghost hunting with Cork’s Paranormal Investigators

How does a night of ghost hunting with Cork’s Paranormal Investigators strike you?

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MOST READ: Remember RealPlayer? Its developers are back with RealTimes, a cool photo and video app

Thanks to software such as iPhoto and Final Cut, as well as the thousands of apps on the various app stores, turning all your photos and videos into nostalgic highlight reels has never been more accessible.

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TECHNOW

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active may have a QHD screen

Rugged smartphones often trade specs for toughness, but that may not be the case with the Galaxy S6 Active. The smartphone is tipped to have a QHD 1440 x 2560 screen.

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MOST READ: This track will feature in Binding of Isaac's new game mode

The release of the Afterbirth DLC for Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is approaching. The dev team today released a new song from the soundtrack, which will be used in the new game mode.

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BUSINESS

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Digital rights groups protest Facebook's Internet.org

Facebook’s free mobile data scheme Internet.org has been criticised by digital rights groups from around the world, who say the initiative is unfair and threatens net neutrality.

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MOST READ: Central Bank legal spend tops €60,000 a week

The spend by the Central Bank on third-party legal services last year increased by 23% to €3.2m, or a weekly average spend of €61,538.

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SHOWBIZ

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Tuesday’s TV tips

Your spoiler free guide to tonight's TV.

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MOST READ: Remember RealPlayer? Its developers are back with RealTimes, a cool photo and video app

Thanks to software such as iPhoto and Final Cut, as well as the thousands of apps on the various app stores, turning all your photos and videos into nostalgic highlight reels has never been more accessible.

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Wesley O’ Regan is the General Manager of Popscene in Voodoo Rooms, Cork city. Popscene opened last November and is Cork’s only themed bar that is dedicated to celebrating the best of the 80s and 90s. https://www.facebook.com/PopsceneCork/You've Been Served: Wesley O'Regan, Popscene

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