So that’s nearly Friday 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.
Detectives are questioning a suspect in relation to the fatal stabbing of a man in a laneway in Dublin's north east inner city early this morning.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy hits out at critics of "trendy" co-living suggestion for young people.
An Irishman caught up in the centre of an immigration dispute in the United States has agreed to his deportation order.
The British Government is “urgently” investigating reports a British oil tanker has been seized by Iranian authorities in the Persian Gulf.
Irish banks are facing into a key two weeks to convince investors about their investment merits after a turgid year when their shares have again lagged most of their European counterparts.
A year after sacking his caddie following his fourth straight missed cut in the Open, Offaly's Shane Lowry will take a share of the lead into the third round of the year’s final major.
A huge happiness and positive thinking industry, estimated to be worth US$11 billion a year, has helped to create the fantasy that happiness is a realistic goal.
Boris Johnson’s transition team poses a threat to British soft power, writes Gordon Brown.
A marsupial, possibly a wallaby or a small kangaroo, has been spotted roaming free in Cork.
Millions believe that Nasa hired a famed filmmaker to fake the 1969 moon landing Robert Hume explores the conspiracy theories, and seeks rational answers to them.
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The Limerick man who captured the German nation’s hearts with a cheeky flag has now won the heart of a German girl.