Coffee prices on the rise and Irish banks are least prepared in Europe for another crash
After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's what you need to know to get caught up this Tuesday morning.
Tipperary qualified for their first All-Ireland semi-final since 1935 yesterday after they stunned Galway at Croke Park.
Liam Kearns' side ran out nine-point winners yesterday afternoon and will now face either Mayo or Tyrone for a place in the All-Ireland final.
Speaking on The Pat Kenny Show, Irish Independent columnist Eugene McGee praised the approach the Munster finalists have taken to get them where they are today and acknowledged the work put into football over the past five years in a predominantly hurling county.
The Government is being urged to do more to encourage banks to clear substantial debts from their books.
A new survey of 51 lenders by the European Banking Authority says AIB and Bank of Ireland are least prepared for another crash.
They're ranked in the bottom of 51 lenders in the bloc in the latest stress tests.
John McCain has become the latest Republican to condemn Donald Trump’s comments about the parents of an American Muslim soldier died in Iraq.
The US senator, who was the party’s presidential nominee in 2008, challenged Mr Trump to “set the example for what our country can and should represent”.
His remarks came after a string of senior Republicans distanced themselves from the candidate’s response to a speech by Khizr Khan, whose son was killed by a suicide bomb in 2004 at the age of 27.
Carl Frampton etched his name into the annals of Irish boxing history last night with a win over Leo Santa Cruz to claim the WBA super featherweight title and become Ireland's second two-weight world champion.
He edged the win by majority decision but took the judges' preference over multiple rounds, taunting the Mexican with his dynamic footwork and massive hooks.
Dublin Zoo is investigating after a child gained access to a rhino enclosure over the weekend.
Images posted online on Saturday show the young boy standing inside the African Savanna enclosure, close to an adult on the other side of the fence.