So that’s nearly Tuesday 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.
Boris Johnson has been met with a wall of resistance from Brussels over his demand for major changes to the Withdrawal Agreement, increasing the risk of a no-deal Brexit.
The latest rent report from property website Daft.ie has laid bare the harsh realities of the Irish rental sector.
The Government is refusing to say if it will accept calls to reform its multi-billion euro broadband plan which could force the project to stay in public ownership and subject it to another in-depth review.
Gardaí have almost completed their investigation into the murder of a Cork toddler earlier this summer and are putting together a file for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
US president Donald Trump has spoken about how Washington and London can move “rapidly” on a post-Brexit free trade deal.
Richie Hogan has questioned James Owens’ decision to send him off in Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC final, insisting his elbow didn’t catch Cathal Barrett.
The new National Childcare Scheme aims to make childcare more accessible and affordable for families. Joyce Fegan looks at the changes set to come into place from October.
Last year’s trial of the shocking “la Manada” (“wolf-pack”) rape case brought the Spanish law under international scrutiny when a group of men were convicted of sexual abuse rather than rape, despite the degrading nature of the attack.
As 32 lovely ladies prepare for the Rose of Tralee this week, 29 doggos and three cats, are in the running to be crowned this year’s Nose of Tralee.
Former Home and Away star Ben Unwin, who is best known for playing Jesse McGregor on the Australian soap, has passed away aged 41.
MOST READ SO FAR TODAY
An Indian restaurant in Dublin 4 has been ordered to pay a customer €3,000 over the owner’s refusal to serve the man food - because he was Indian.