Evening Round-up: Family of Nóra Quoirin release statement; Some Ryanair pilots vote to join strike action

So that’s Friday nearly wrapped up.

Evening Round-up: Family of Nóra Quoirin release statement; Some Ryanair pilots vote to join strike action

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.

TO INFORM

Nóra Quoirin: The family of the teenage girl who has gone missing in Malaysia has described her as "fun, funny, and extremely loving'' as they await news from authorities.

The gardaí have announced that a liaison officer from the force has been sent to Malaysia to assist the family of a missing teenager whose mother is from Ireland.

CervicalCheck scandal: Campaigner Vicky Phelan said “women have been failed again” when commenting on the latest CervicalCheck report.

Ryanair Strikes: Some of Ryanair's Irish pilots have voted to join their British counterparts and participate in industrial action later this month over pay and working conditions.

Cork Lighting: Rubber clogs saved my life! Weather wreaks havoc across the country

Beef farmers: Irish beef farmers in top 5 most carbon efficient producers, says IFA president

Beef farmer protest: ‘Once you have the people behind you, then I think you can achieve a lot’

Brexit: Boris Johnson tells officials to make no-deal Brexit planning ‘top priority’

Roy Keane: Jon Walters has described the row with Roy Keane that led to the striker’s departure from Ipswich.

All-Ireland semi-final: If Mayo have a tactical surprise in store for Dublin in Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final, they should wait until the second half to spring it, believes former Kerry boss Éamonn Fitzmaurice.

TO ENGAGE

Your complete renting checklist for students heading off to college

Tardigrades: We're now polluting the moon with near indestructible little creatures

TO ENTERTAIN

Album review: Bon Iver's i,i is a joyfully experimental record

Art and antiques update:Over 300 artworks and sculptures are included in Morgan O’Driscoll’s current affordable off-the-wall online auction.

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