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HSE agrees to €23.5m settlement in case by Cork girl who suffered severe brain injury at birth
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HSE agrees to €23.5m settlement in case by Cork girl who suffered severe brain injury at birth

2 hours ago 9,534 Views 14 Comments

16-year-old Kameela Kuye from Cork took the case against the HSE through her father Jimmy

Pfizer CEO says third vaccine dose will 'likely be needed within six to 12 months'
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Pfizer CEO says third vaccine dose will 'likely be needed within six to 12 months'

Updated 3 hours ago 24,290 Views 76 Comments

In Ireland, it was confirmed last night that four variants of concern had been identified in mandatory hotel quarantine

Finance Minister contemplates long-term 'scarring effects' for economy from Covid
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Finance Minister contemplates long-term 'scarring effects' for economy from Covid

Wed 5:33 PM 17,114 Views 26 Comments

The Stability Programme Update is forecasting GDP growth of 4.5% for this year.

The Remote: Promising young awards films, a historic Dublin door and the Irish mob in Boston
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The Remote: Promising young awards films, a historic Dublin door and the Irish mob in Boston

Tue 6:30 PM 11,044 Views 7 Comments

Here are some TV highlights from the week ahead.

Meat plants continue to need workers from abroad as Irish supply 'not currently available'
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Meat plants continue to need workers from abroad as Irish supply 'not currently available'

Tue 5:08 PM 21,653 Views 67 Comments

Representatives from Meat Industry Ireland and the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland were before politicians today.

Vaccine certs 'weeks away' as Irish people may get 'choice' of paper or digital cert
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Vaccine certs 'weeks away' as Irish people may get 'choice' of paper or digital cert

Tue 12:28 PM 27,195 Views 100 Comments

There is currently no internationally recognised Covid-19 vaccine certification process.

Taoiseach awaits 'vaccine bounce' as two-thirds say his pandemic handling has been poor
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Taoiseach awaits 'vaccine bounce' as two-thirds say his pandemic handling has been poor

Mon 12:02 AM 47,588 Views 56 Comments

New polling by Red C on behalf of The Journal shows that just one in three think Martin has handled the pandemic well

Quiz: Can you identify these Irish towns with shared placenames?
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Quiz: Can you identify these Irish towns with shared placenames?

Sun 10:00 PM 74,597 Views 19 Comments

For the eagle-eyed amongst you.

NI police attacked with bottles and stones in Belfast
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NI police attacked with bottles and stones in Belfast

Updated Apr 9th 2021, 10:39 PM 40,049 Views 107 Comments

This was one of a number of sporadic incidents of unrest in Northern Ireland this evening.

Five more walk-in Covid-19 testing sites to open tomorrow as positivity rate hovers at 2.6%
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Five more walk-in Covid-19 testing sites to open tomorrow as positivity rate hovers at 2.6%

Updated Apr 9th 2021, 3:22 PM 44,966 Views 52 Comments

The first centres opened a number of weeks ago and are in place for a temporary period.

President Higgins says 'exclusion' of Travellers is based on 'unrepublican populist sentiments'
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President Higgins says 'exclusion' of Travellers is based on 'unrepublican populist sentiments'

Apr 8th 2021, 3:21 PM 30,623 Views 0 Comments

The President was speaking on International Traveller and Roma Day.

Arlene Foster speaks with PSNI chief constable as Stormont is recalled to debate violence
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Arlene Foster speaks with PSNI chief constable as Stormont is recalled to debate violence

Apr 8th 2021, 12:46 PM 16,167 Views 20 Comments

Justice Minister Naomi Long said it was “a mercy” that nobody was killed.

Staff at RTÉ reject pay cut plans as union says proposals now 'off the table'
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Staff at RTÉ reject pay cut plans as union says proposals now 'off the table'

Apr 7th 2021, 5:30 PM 39,559 Views 126 Comments

The plan was rejected by 87% by 13%.

'I remember the first wave, ICU was suddenly full of 10 people with very low Vitamin D levels'
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'I remember the first wave, ICU was suddenly full of 10 people with very low Vitamin D levels'

Apr 7th 2021, 12:52 PM 46,447 Views 74 Comments

An Oireachtas Committee is recommending that a campaign be launched to promote Vitamin D supplements.

The Remote: UCD vets, Síle Seoige tackles miscarriage silence and of course Reeling in the Years returns
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The Remote: UCD vets, Síle Seoige tackles miscarriage silence and of course Reeling in the Years returns

Apr 6th 2021, 6:30 PM 19,116 Views 1 Comment

Here are some TV highlights to keep an eye out for this week.

Here's What Happened Today: Easter Sunday
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Here's What Happened Today: Easter Sunday

Apr 4th 2021, 7:54 PM 19,335 Views 2 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines.

Eight arrests over planned protest in Dublin city centre
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Eight arrests over planned protest in Dublin city centre

Apr 4th 2021, 6:49 PM 56,663 Views 62 Comments

Seven men and one woman were arrested.

Coronavirus: Three deaths and 457 new cases confirmed in Ireland
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Coronavirus: Three deaths and 457 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Apr 4th 2021, 4:03 PM 101,001 Views 133 Comments

The latest figures were confirmed by health officials this afternoon.

INTO says teachers and guards 'could be vaccinated in four days' as unions push for twin-track jabs
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INTO says teachers and guards 'could be vaccinated in four days' as unions push for twin-track jabs

Apr 4th 2021, 2:34 PM 44,540 Views 192 Comments

Unions want frontline workers to be be vaccinated alongside older age groups.

Will debates about the Irish flag obscure the dialogue around a united Ireland?
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Will debates about the Irish flag obscure the dialogue around a united Ireland?

Apr 4th 2021, 12:05 AM 43,137 Views 109 Comments

Polling carried out by The Journal found it may be a red line issue.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Apr 3rd 2021, 8:16 PM 26,846 Views 7 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines.

Gardaí seize €160,000 in cash after stopping car in Athlone
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Gardaí seize €160,000 in cash after stopping car in Athlone

Apr 3rd 2021, 7:42 PM 34,063 Views 13 Comments

A 21-year-old man was arrested at the scene.

Single UK winner claims €145m Euromillions jackpot as Irish Lotto heads for €11m
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Single UK winner claims €145m Euromillions jackpot as Irish Lotto heads for €11m

Apr 3rd 2021, 5:54 PM 59,752 Views 49 Comments

The bumper winner becomes the fifth biggest winner in UK National Lottery history.

Coronavirus: Two deaths and 511 new cases as HSE says total vaccinations to top a million next week
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Coronavirus: Two deaths and 511 new cases as HSE says total vaccinations to top a million next week

Apr 3rd 2021, 4:06 PM 103,814 Views 126 Comments

Health officials confirmed the latest figures this afternoon.

Enda Kenny says it's time to 'move on' from golfgate as he rules out presidential ambitions
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Enda Kenny says it's time to 'move on' from golfgate as he rules out presidential ambitions

Apr 3rd 2021, 1:50 PM 67,546 Views 118 Comments

The former taoiseach played golf at the event but did not attend the controversial dinner.

Rapid testing 'could be deployed in all schools by September 2021'
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Rapid testing 'could be deployed in all schools by September 2021'

Apr 1st 2021, 4:42 PM 17,318 Views 28 Comments

Antigen testing is not yet recommended as a requirement to enter restaurants or other leisure activities.

Funeral mourners to increase to 25 next month but no word on weddings
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Funeral mourners to increase to 25 next month but no word on weddings

Mar 30th 2021, 7:37 PM 17,703 Views 9 Comments

From 26 April, the maximum attendance at a funeral will increase to 25 people.

Taoiseach: People can travel within their county or 20km from home from 12 April
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Taoiseach: People can travel within their county or 20km from home from 12 April

Mar 30th 2021, 6:24 PM 105,803 Views 142 Comments
  • Vaccine bonus for those fully vaccinated 'effective immediately'
  • Mourners at funerals to increase to 25 from 26 April
  • Inter-county GAA training set to return next month
  • Personal services like hairdressers could return in May 'depending on progress'
Rural Ireland: Plans for remote working hubs, community pubs and 'financial supports' to encourage relocation
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Rural Ireland: Plans for remote working hubs, community pubs and 'financial supports' to encourage relocation

Updated Mar 29th 2021, 4:30 PM 49,313 Views 60 Comments
  • Plans for 400 remote working facilities throughout Ireland
  • Financial supports in Budget 2022 to encourage people to live in rural areas
  • A pilot scheme to use of rural pubs as community spaces
Positivity rate running at 3% as 7,500 people attend walk-in Covid-19 test centres
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Positivity rate running at 3% as 7,500 people attend walk-in Covid-19 test centres

Mar 29th 2021, 9:48 AM 39,281 Views 55 Comments

Four of the walk-in centres are in different parts of Dublin and one is in Tullamore.

'We should be ready': United, shared or otherwise, conversations about Ireland's future are happening
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'We should be ready': United, shared or otherwise, conversations about Ireland's future are happening

Mar 24th 2021, 6:30 AM 13,312 Views 14 Comments

Even away from government help, civil initiatives are looking towards the kind of country we may be in the future.

SDLP writes to RTÉ over 'frustration and dismay' at exclusion from united Ireland discussion
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SDLP writes to RTÉ over 'frustration and dismay' at exclusion from united Ireland discussion

Mar 23rd 2021, 7:24 PM 27,794 Views 30 Comments

Matthew O’Toole MLA said ‘speaker after speaker’ cited the party’s founders.

Taoiseach says 'vaccine bonus' and people's 'mental well-being' will influence decision on restrictions
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Taoiseach says 'vaccine bonus' and people's 'mental well-being' will influence decision on restrictions

Mar 22nd 2021, 2:40 PM 161,711 Views 100 Comments

An announcement on restrictions is expected early next week.

'A deeply sexist trope': Criticism of newspaper witch cartoon of Mary Lou McDonald
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'A deeply sexist trope': Criticism of newspaper witch cartoon of Mary Lou McDonald

Mar 22nd 2021, 12:14 PM 55,592 Views 107 Comments

The National Women’s Council of Ireland has said such depictions deter women from entering politics.

British papers warn of 'vaccine war' as EU-UK stand-off becomes increasingly tense
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British papers warn of 'vaccine war' as EU-UK stand-off becomes increasingly tense

Mar 22nd 2021, 9:59 AM 37,087 Views 103 Comments

EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has raised the option of an export ban.

Quiz: Which stretch of Irish coastline is this?
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Quiz: Which stretch of Irish coastline is this?

Mar 21st 2021, 10:00 PM 50,018 Views 23 Comments

Can the eagle-eyed of you spot these coastal counties?

Controversial councillor Paddy Holohan leaves Sinn Féin citing complaints with party investigation
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Controversial councillor Paddy Holohan leaves Sinn Féin citing complaints with party investigation

Mar 19th 2021, 4:29 PM 47,370 Views 39 Comments

The Tallaght South representative on South Dublin County Council has said he will remain as an independent.

RTÉ to pay €20,000 to charity after republican party Éirígí is wrongly linked to murder on Prime Time
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RTÉ to pay €20,000 to charity after republican party Éirígí is wrongly linked to murder on Prime Time

Mar 18th 2021, 7:33 PM 33,869 Views 0 Comments

The broadcaster has come to a settlement with the group and issued an apology.

New series of RTÉ's Reeling in the Years to return on 11 April
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New series of RTÉ's Reeling in the Years to return on 11 April

Mar 18th 2021, 12:22 PM 28,837 Views 41 Comments

It will be the sixth decade to be recapped by the show.

Taoiseach speaks of 'undying friendship' between Ireland and US in virtual meeting with Joe Biden
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Taoiseach speaks of 'undying friendship' between Ireland and US in virtual meeting with Joe Biden

Updated Mar 17th 2021, 5:50 PM 40,989 Views 101 Comments

In a virtual meeting this evening, Martin presented Biden with the traditional bowl of shamrock.

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