So that’s nearly Monday 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.
The European Union (EU) will not discuss anything with Britain about a future post-Brexit relationship until issues relating to the Irish border are resolved, Michel Barnier has said.
When gardaí asked murder accused Patrick Quirke why he had searched the internet for "body decomposition timeline" he told them his son had died and added: "That's all I'm saying."
Brexit talks between the British Government and the country's Labour Party were resuming on an official level this evening after four days of little apparent progress.
US president Donald Trump has said Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is leaving her job.
There has been a marked slowdown in Irish house price inflation over the past year.
Johann van Graan will remain as head coach of Munster Rugby until at least the summer of 2022 after signing a two-year extension to his contract, the province has announced.
26,000 migrants here ‘have no papers’ and they work for much less than the minimum wage, with no access to social welfare or health care.
Only in the last few years have posters of missing young people been wrapped around lampposts in Ireland, accompanied by friends and family handing out leaflets in the street in the sadly wilted hope that some stranger will remember something.
Wild Rose looks like being a breakthrough role for Jessie Buckley, and the Kerry actress has a string of other big projects in the pipeline.
Everyone's favourite assassin Villanelle, and MI5 officer Eve, are sticking around another while longer as studio executives confirm Killing Eve has been renewed for a third season.
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Proposed laws to outlaw the promotion of so-called miracle cures and the spread of misinformation around treatments for cancer will be endorsed by the Government this week.