So that’s Thursday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
Dublin Airport says a drone, which prompted the suspension of all flights earlier, hasn't been recovered and could return.
Former Irish Life & Permanent CEO Denis Casey has lost his appeal over his conviction for his role in a multi-billion euro conspiracy to deceive people about the true financial state of Anglo Irish Bank in 2008.
Pope Francis opened a landmark sex abuse prevention summit by warning senior Catholic figures that the faithful are demanding concrete action against predator priests and not just words of condemnation.
As the Irish Government puts together legislation to deal with the potential fallout from a no-deal Brexit, the situation in the UK becomes more farcical by the day.
Celtic exited the Europa League at the last-32 stage with a 1-0 defeat in Valencia while Arsenal had no trouble in overturning a first-leg deficit to progress to the last 16, beating BATE Borisov 3-1 on aggregate
Caroline O’Doherty speaks with an Irish aid worker in one of Africa’s most volatile regions that has been hit with an outbreak of the ebola virus.
Midwife Philomena Canning has been battling the HSE in court for years. Now, after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, she says her fight is over.
Manage your time better and you will keep stress at arm’s length, says lifestyle coach Anna Geary.
Stars of The Monkees have told of their heartbreak following the news of bandmate Peter Tork’s death.