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.
A man who admitted dangerous driving, causing the deaths of three women, has been jailed for four years and banned from driving for 15.
Scouting Ireland has issued a response to eight recommendations made by Tusla in relation to the protection and welfare of children in the organisation.
The mother of an Irishman missing for the past two months in Malaysia, who has been found safe and well, has said she is overjoyed to see her son again after a traumatic search.
An Italian man who "destroyed" the life of Liverpool supporter Sean Cox and his family in a "brutal and vicious" attack ahead of a Champions League tie has been jailed for three and a half years.
North Korea has disputed Donald Trump’s account of why the summit between the US president and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un collapsed.
Roy Keane has been voted Ireland's greatest footballer of all time in a nation-by-nation poll of the game's most legendary talents.
Minister John Paul Phelan explains the list of proposals to update and modernise the register of electors and why the action is being taken.
Cork GAA was right to challenge Croke Park
Taking us on a post #MeToo journey through female sexuality, Lynn Enright’s brave book is timely and important, says Suzanne Harrington
Crumlin Children’s foundation was delighted after a stranger dropped off a handmade surprise gift.
This Saturday, 2FM will dedicate their nightly show to late DJ Alan McQuillan.
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