So that’s Friday 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.
Gardaí believe three men wearing balaclavas were involved in today's fatal shooting of a man in his 40s in Coolock.
Mick Wallace has moved ahead of Billy Kelleher in the South while Clare Daly wins battle for the third seat in Dublin.
The former deputy commander of the elite Irish special forces says the Minister with responsibility for Defence and his senior civil servants should resign because they are running the country's military into the ground.
Europe’s leaders are beginning the process of choosing the senior officials in Brussels.
Planning permission has been granted for a landmark 15-storey skyscraper that is set to transform Cork city's skyline.
Joe Schmidt has named two uncapped players in his extended 44-man training squad for the upcoming Rugby World Cup.
Maria Bailey's car-crash interview with Sean O'Rourke was meant to repair the damage done by last week's swing claim controversy, writes Daniel McConnell.
The European elections in England were a triumph for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, which took 32% of the vote.
Mark Feehily has announced that he is expecting baby with fiancé Cailean O'Neill.
A newly-elected Dublin city councillor has thanked the meme page 'Ireland Simpsons Fans' for helping her to top the poll.
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The father and son killed in a horrific crash in Co. Offaly yesterday have been named locally as 29-year-old Vincent Rossi and his five-year-old son Sully.