So that’s Thursday nearly wrapped up. Here are some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
Some 27,000 patients have had medical appointments cancelled as a result of today's industrial action by nurses.
The Minister for Health Simon Harris was made aware of an overspend of an extra €191m at the new National Children's Hospital in August last year.
Theresa May has vowed to deliver Brexit on time on March 29, after agreeing a fresh round of talks to try to get her Withdrawal Agreement over the line, ahead of her trip to Dublin for Brexit talks.
Rents and house prices will likely rise for a number of years as the supply of new homes won’t start meeting demand before 2023 at the earliest, according to broker Goodbody.
Mark Allen faces a fine from World Snooker after conceding a match-winning frame with 11 reds still left on the table at the World Grand Prix.
Our love of marriage, and reluctance to divorce, might explain how unsettling Brexit is in the Irish national psyche. Our angst is understandable, says Stephen Lynam.
The roots of nurses' strike lies in the legacy of the economic and financial crash, writes Jim Power.
Justin and Hailey Bieber give an insight into their world in an interview with Vogue they abstained from having sex before getting married last year and that their new married life is not all a "magical fantasy".
Lifestyle and wellbeing coach Anna Geary tackles the problem of trying to please everyone and managing expectations, particularly as she plans for her wedding.
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University College Cork is to open a 4,000-student strong Business School in Cork city centre in what is another huge boost for the region.