So that’s nearly Sunday 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.
Engineers are assessing the scale damage to the Douglas Village Shopping Centre car park in Cork city after last night's devastating fire.
Drugs worth €1m have been seized after searches were carried out in Dublin and Meath.
Brexit is a worrying “tragedy” forcing people to take sides, Northern Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation centre has said.
Irish personnel have taken shelter after 'munitions' fell into the Irish Area of Operations in Lebanon earlier today.
The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen’s rebels has attacked a detention centre in the south-western province of Dhamar with several air strikes, killing at least 60 people, officials and the rebels’ health ministry said.
Dublin and Kerry will have to battle it out again on Saturday, September 14 (6pm throw-in), after this absorbing if error-strewn tussle finished tied.
Last week, the pharmaceuticals giant Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay just over $570m (€518m) in compensation by a court in the south western US state of Oklahoma.
'Spanish tourism wilts under Brexit heat': A pair of old friends from Barcelona came to stay with us for a week in August, as they do every summer, welcoming Ireland’s breezy climate as a respite from the 40C heat endured throughout much of Spain.
The American comedian whose reaction to watching a hurling match went viral online has made it to Croke Park.
As Electric Picnic 2019 drew to a close, festival organisers hailed the event as one of their most successful years to date and said there was room for Ireland’s largest music festival to grow further.
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Cork City Fire Brigade has released the first images this morning showing the extent of damage caused by last night’s huge blaze in a multi-storey car park in Douglas.