So that’s Monday nearly wrapped up. Here are some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
A review of a redress scheme set up for victims of child sexual abuse following a landmark 2014 judgement has found that the State imposed an illogical and unfair requirement on victims seeking compensation.
A woman in her thirties has been arrested in connection with the murder of two-year-old Santina Cawley who was found critically injured at an apartment block in Cork city last Friday.
A newspaper editor has been fined €4,500 after being found guilty of contempt of court for a front-page headline and article that "posed a real risk" to the trial of two boys convicted of murdering 14-year-old Anastasia Kriegel.
Donald Trump has dramatically escalated the transatlantic war of words over the leak of the British ambassador’s advice describing his administration as “inept”.
Cork will “test Dublin’s pulse” this week, insists former Kerry manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice, who suspects Jim Gavin’s side aren’t moving as well as their manager would like in the quest for a fifth All-Ireland title in a row.
The founder of Penneys, Arthur Ryan, has died at the age of 83, the company has confirmed.
Robert McNamara joins the Irish agri-food trade mission to Japan and finds Irish beef is cooking up a storm in Tokyo, where discerning customers are insisting on high-quality food and knowledge about its provenance.
The leadership issue has been put on the back burner before the general election but unless there is a positive result, the knives will be out for Brendan Howlin.
"It's on me, everything's on me." We'll never get over Curtis and Amy's heartbreaking chat. 😫 #LoveIsland pic.twitter.com/OfEJOWojwF— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 5, 2019
Amy Hart has quit Love Island following her break-up with Curtis Pritchard.
John Deady proposed to Aoife Hennessy as they enjoyed a visit to Killarney National Park, in December 2017, and they returned as newlyweds to Kerry this year to toast to their future together.
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The Government is not "running away" from the Maria Bailey swing case report by refusing to publish its findings, Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has claimed.
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