So that’s nearly Thursday 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.
Can a no-deal Brexit be stopped now that Boris Johnson has prorogued Parliament?. Meanwhile, Brexit uncertainty sees fall in tourists visiting Ireland. 'There will have to be some checks' if no Brexit deal, Business Minister says
A tented village offers a ‘safe haven’ for those who want to avoid Cork City’s homeless shelters writes Eoin English.
Bus Éireann ordered to pay driver €10,200 over manner of dismissal
People going to Electric Picnic warned about increased strength in drugs at festivals
Meanwhile, here's how the weather is shaping up for this year's festival and everything you need to know if you are heading to Stradbally
Sinn Féin left €1.66m donation in will of English mechanic
Holders Liverpool land Napoli again in Champions League group stages
Despite Church, mother and baby home sites need excavation, writes Donal O’Keeffe
Brazil has the right to tell Macron, Varadkar, and West to go to blazes, writes Victoria White
Former Kerry footballer pens and performs 'stopping the drive for five' poem ahead of final
Liam Hemsworth breaks online silence following split with Miley Cyrus
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An ancient yew tree rooted in the myth and legend of one of the country's great visitor attractions has been named the Tree of the Year.