Evening Round-up: Taoiseach and Boris Johnson phonecall; Tipperary homecoming

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Evening Round-up: Taoiseach and Boris Johnson phonecall; Tipperary homecoming

So that’s nearly Monday 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.


Fermanagh bomb blast: Arlene Foster: Fermanagh bomb blast 'not about DUP or Sinn Fein'

Number 10: Freedom of movement will end on October 31, Downing Street said following reports that officials had warned against an immediate change on Brexit day if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal.

All-Ireland Homecomings:

Tipperary: Thousands celebrate Tipperary All-Ireland Success in Thurles

Kilkenny: 'GAA is part of our DNA. It holds us together'

Varadkar and Johnson phonecall Taoiseach and Boris Johnson to meet in September; UK PM says backstop will need to be removed

Emmy Eckert: 'She was so full of fun, joy and life' - Family bury five-year-old Emmy Eckert who drowned on holiday

World Transplant Games:Ireland 'squashes' competition


Childcare costs: Special Report Day 1: Childcare costs stop many from going to work

Letter to the Editor: Protestants do not all support loyalists


Poetic talents: Cork electrician turns passion for poetry into wedding speech business

Wedding of the week: Aoife and Finbarr's love is true Blue


All-Ireland Football Final: 'Jaysus Jackie, that’s a bit harsh' - Cathal Barrett believes Kilkenny 'clutching at straws' over All-Ireland incidents

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