So that’s Thursday 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.
Tusla has confirmed that the Garda Child Protection Unit at Mountjoy Garda Station has begun an investigation with the Tusla Social Work Unit, into the issues raised by an RTÉ investigation.
The brother of a man fighting deportation from the US has said the family are "absolutely delighted" as he is due be released from prison.
Gardaí seized digital material and a childlike sex doll as they raided 14 addresses across the country as part of a clampdown on child pornography.
The Taoiseach and the new British Prime Minister appear to be on a collision course over Brexit. Mr Johnson said that will be a key objective for him in negotiations with the European Union.
Jacob Rees-Mogg faced a shout of “Resign” as he made his despatch box debut in the Commons – before insisting MPs must deliver on Brexit.
Cork star Patrick Horgan on his plan for 2020 and the colleague that impresses him most in county training
British not fit to govern a North they don’t give a stuff about. Disadvantaged people — our people, whether they are unionists or nationalists — must not be further disadvantaged, writes Victoria White
Congestion charges could drive down car emissions: It is interesting to observe the discussion around climate change in this country, writes Jim Power.
A new national touring exhibition called The Trial which examines health care and human rights with the Irish prison system is launching at Spike Island in Cork this Friday.
The previous owner of West Cork’s converted grain store, retired UK psychotherapist Dr Andrew Stanway, had over 30 books (plus various ‘Lovers’ Guides’ videos) to his credit, most of them regarding sex, love-making, and relationships.
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The DUP is not prepared to take no-deal off the table, Jeffrey Donaldson MP has said.