Evening round-up: Tipperary crash; Taxi driver attack; Royal baby birth

So that’s Monday 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.

Evening round-up: Tipperary crash; Taxi driver attack; Royal baby birth

So that’s Monday 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.

TO INFORM

Road death: A man has died after what Gardaí have called a "head-on collision" in Co. Tipperary today.

Commons fire: The fire at the Commons Inn in Cork has been brought under control.

Taxi driver attacked: A taxi driver is in hospital after being attacked overnight in Dublin.

Nature declining: Wildlife and habitats are declining at an “unprecedented” rate worldwide which directly threatens human beings, a major new study has warned.

Royal baby: Britain's Duke of Sussex described how his baby boy “is absolutely to-die-for” as he announced that he and the Duchess of Sussex had welcomed a son.

Cork minor team: The Cork minor football team to play Kerry in tomorrow evening’s Munster championship round-robin fixture contains three players who featured against the Kingdom in last year’s provincial semi-final.

TO ENGAGE

Child pornography sentencing: Wrong language, weak sentences, poor resources: victims and those who support them are frustrated with the criminal justice system’s response to child sexual abuse material. Caroline O’Doherty reports

EU elections: In the first of a three-part series on the EU elections, Irish Examiner Political Editor Daniel McConnell profiles Ireland South

TO ENTERTAIN

Wave of inspiration: Memories of regular sea crossings with her seriously ill husband lingered with Majella O’Neill Collins, the Sherkin artist whose work has been bought by George Clooney, writes Colette Sheridan.

Plastic waste: Ditching the plastic feels good, but what consumers really need is less plastic to dump in the first place, writes Rebecca Stiffe.

Most read story today

Brian Crowley: Cork MEP Brian Crowley will be entitled to severance payments of more than €350,000 over the next two years and a pension pot of €1.4m, the Irish Examiner can reveal.

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