Tuesday evening briefing: Man's body found in Dublin flat. Catch up on all the headlines

Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
Tuesday evening briefing: Man's body found in Dublin flat. Catch up on all the headlines


A man's body has been found in a flat on Dublin's South Circular Road. He was discovered after gardaí were called to an incident at a house close to the junction with Bloomfield Avenue this afternoon. Detectives found a second man with injuries on the road nearby. He has been taken to St James' Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

An emotional interview with a woman who grew up in a Longford convent and cannot track down her own birth certificate has touched people around the country.

The Government is to go ahead with an all-island dialogue on Brexit on November 2, although the DUP is unlikely to attend.

Northern Ireland has a veto over the planned withdrawal from the EU, lawyers opposed to Brexit have argued.


WikiLeaks has more than a million documents to study and will release a series of publications in the coming weeks, its founder Julian Assange has revealed.

Three British-born scientists who joined the brain drain to the US and broke new ground with discoveries about exotic states of matter share this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics.

The man accused of the terror-related murder of Labour MP Jo Cox in England refused to speak when he was asked to enter pleas in court.

The president of the Philippines has hit out at ally Barack Obama in his latest tirade against the US over its criticism of his deadly anti-drug campaign.


Roy Keane has urged football not to forget what has made it great as the authorities tackle the ongoing corruption investigation.

Rarely has the phrase “he looked about 12″ been so close to the mark. Celtic under-20s fielded 13-year-old Karamoko Kader Dembele on Monday night. That’s right – 13.

Anthony Foley has never been one to shirk a battle throughout his illustrious career and he isn’t going to start now.

Until Mayo’s students settle for courses in NUIG and GMIT, and their bankers, accountants, teachers and engineers move home to make a crust, they won’t be winning the All-Ireland, writes Dr Ed Coughlan.


Today’s revelations about two disclosures alleging Garda whistleblower maltreatment suggest little change in the force, says Michael Clifford.

Religion should play no role in debate on abortion, says Daniel McConnell.


Worries over Brexit negotiations have sent the pound tumbling to fresh 31-year lows, but the London market has powered ahead as sterling’s woes have buoyed stocks.

Irish SMEs are lagging behind consumers' e-commerce expectations, according to the IE Domain Registry.


Dan Hegarty has canvassed expert opinions for another 'Buried Treasure’ book, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler


RTÉ presenter Teresa Mannion has opened up about her battle with breast cancer to urge people to “pick up the phone and make an appointment for a mammogram”.


You’re never too old to be mortified by your mother over your love life. And when Róisin Dillion’s mam spotted a hickey on her neck, she wasn’t long letting her feelings known.


It’s a magical moment when you have a child, but it’s not all plain sailing as Comedienne Emma Doran points out in her latest comedy sketch.


GAMING: The Xbox is getting an update which will include a cool new sound for when you attain an extra rare achivement.

MOVIES/TV: Ok so Star Wars the Force Awakens was a whole lot of fun and came out almost a year ago so this isn't he most timely review, but it's almost certainly the longest.

TECH: WhatsApp is making some changes, and they're pretty familiar.


“Helicopter parents” are affecting their children’s ability to cope with problems, according to the director of services at the ISPCC.

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