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.
Billy Kelleher 'elated' as he is elected as MEP for Ireland South.
Flanagan, Walsh and Carthy elected in Midlands North West.
Taoiseach: Review to 'establish the facts' in Maria Bailey swing case will take two weeks.
Son says Sophie Toscan du Plantier craved ‘simplicity of life’.
Denis O'Brien facing €1m legal costs bill after failed case over TDs' Dáil statements.
Mueller: Charging Trump with a crime 'not an option' due to Dept. of Justice guidelines.
Underwater garden sees green wave wash over Bloom.
Katie Taylor believes victory in New York will be ‘pinnacle’ of her career.
"Social media is not a force for evil. It can and has enriched my life".
The latest chapter in tragedy which has captivated nation for over two decades.
UCC’s students called for action on the environment a year ago, and we are following through.
I thought I was getting raided by the British army . I woke up to sound of heavy footsteps and banging on my door. Cows broke into my site. Set off alarms, which sent call to security team. Total mayhem . Dirty brutes. I’m furious pic.twitter.com/n7FpIh74TN— Stephen Nolan (@StephenNolan) May 29, 2019
A radio presenter said he thought he was being “raided by the British Army” as he was woken by cows invading his property.
Moby cancels all public appearances after Natalie Portman row.
MOST READ SO FAR TODAY
#Elections2019: Sinn Féin hopeful they can remain ahead of Fine Gael in Ireland South.