So that’s Wednesday 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.
Patrick Quirke has been found guilty of murdering his love rival Bobby ‘Mr. Moonlight’ Ryan.
The jury in the Patrick Quirke trial did not hear evidence that the accused had secret audio recordings of him being "intimate" with Mary Lowry and that his computer was used to look up articles on notorious Irish murderers including Joe O'Reilly.
Following the verdict Mr Ryan's daughter Michelle delivered an emotional statement in which she said: "We will carry you with us in our hearts for the rest of our lives. So until we meet again Moonlight, know how much you are loved and sorely missed every day."
A sergeant has testified that he observed a ‘look’ or ‘glance’ between the two boys accused of murdering Anastasia Kriegel when they were showing gardaí where they claimed they’d last seen her.
Gavin Williamson has been sacked as the British Defence Secretary following an inquiry into the leak of information from last week’s National Security Council meeting.
Shares in AIB slipped 1% as the bank said that profits were “solid” in the first three months of the year despite the uncertainties of Brexit.
Ruby Walsh has announced he has retired from racing.
Jokes about the smell of bull were flying as farmers brought a prize Angus bull to their protest outside the Cabinet meeting in Cork.
The Pana ban debate showed Cork can expect to hit further potholes as it bids to modernise the city centre, writes Eoin English.
The Graham Norton Show will be quite different later this month as the host himself is set to take his first ever break from the chat show.
In response to the backlash from fans, Game of Thrones cinematographer Fabian Wagner spoke to a number of publications defending the dark lighting.
One of the teenagers who was attacked with a corrosive liquid in Waterford has said he feared he would never be able to see again.