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.
“Significant gaps remain” between the Irish and British governments as to how Brexit can be resolved.
Gardaí are investigating the circumstances around the discovery of the body of a man in Co. Cork this morning.
Final preparations are being made for the demolition of the fire-ravaged multi-storey carpark which forced the closure of a Cork shopping centre 10 days ago.
MPs demand UK Government publishes key prorogation and no-deal Brexit documents. There will be a vote on whether to hold an early general election before Brexit deadline. The UK Parliament will be suspended at close of business until October 14.
Chief prosecutors in 50 US states have announced an investigation into Google’s “potential monopolistic behaviour”.
Tributes poured in today following the death of Craig Lynch, a 29-year-old international sprinter from Cavan who was killed in a car crash in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Earlier this year, an 85-year-old sheep farmer was in court for allegedly allowing her sheep to wander under an 1851 law. What happened next? Noel Baker found out.
Via regulation and pricing, government will make informal arrangements in home settings unworkable, and will force babies as young as 24 weeks into creches, says Margaret Hickey.
Like angels coming into your home so you can walk out the door — that’s how Rosscarbery-based mum Anita Jennings describes the nurses organised by the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, who provide her only child, Olivia, with 48 hours of home nursing monthly.
Former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan has said it is time for a woman to take on the film role.
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