So that’s Tuesday 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.
One lucky Irish person is now €175m richer, after winning the colossal amount in the Euromillions tonight. People are being urged to check their tickets to see if they are the lucky winner.
The mother of a young man who fatally stabbed his nine-year-old brother and then took his own life has said that even now the family are unable to understand how something like that could happen.
Supporting a vote of no-confidence in the Health Minister would amount to "national sabotage" as it would spark a snap general election, Fianna Fáil has has suggested.
Bernie Sanders is feeling determined as he announced his plans to run for US presidency, and has said he views beating Donald Trump as “very important".
Aaron Gillane is set to miss Limerick's clash with Cork over Fitzgibbon Cup. The Treaty County's manager John Kiely has confirmed Gillane will be rested as he is to play for Mary Immaculate against UCC in the Fitzgibbon Cup final 24-hours before.
Immunisation uptake has stalled and children are dying. Some 1.5m deaths could be prevented each year if simple vaccinations were administered more widely, says Radhika Batra.
The issue of partition poisoned Irish politics for decades as Ireland sought to withdraw from the UK. Now it’s posing a constitutional problem for Britain, writes Ryle Dwyer.
Dublin Airport tweeted about a parrot who had been found by resident firefighter Craig Wade during a routine runway inspection. Lo and behold, on the wall of one of Lidl's stores, was a missing parrot poster. Here's the wild story, from beginning to end.
Karl Lagerfeld’s is one of many high-profile recent deaths in fashion, yet losing him seems like something structural has disappeared, writes Rachel Marie Walsh.
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A West Cork charity shop has mounted a campaign to reunite two medals belonging to Private Patrick Ryan with his descendants and believe the First World War veteran may have hailed from Co Tipperary.