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# New Rules

This year
Tumblr latest platform to challenge Ireland’s incoming online safety regulations
Fewer car park spaces and smaller gardens under new house building rules issued to local authorities
Last year
'A rule that needed to be changed' - Support for shoulder challenge in camogie
Camogie to trial rule changes with puckout mark and shoulder challenge
BBC sets new rules for flagship presenters after Gary Lineker tweet prompted impartiality row
BBC sets new rules for flagship presenters after Gary Lineker tweet prompted impartiality row
All time
With nightclubs to open until 6am, what about buses, taxis, gardaí and the rest?
'Taxis had no input in this': Taxi fares now 12% more expensive and all drivers must accept card
Varadkar urges IRFU to 'listen to the voices of those affected' by new trans ban
Buy-now-pay-later firms offering 'indirect credit' must now be authorised by the Central Bank
Sports fans in England will require Covid pass for events with crowds of over 10,000
New restrictions announced in England in bid to tackle Omicron variant
Unvaccinated people in Italy now banned from restaurants, bars and theatres
New rules over special envoys published but no sign of filling the Katherine Zappone gig
Close contact guidance for children aged 12 and under changes today - here are the new rules
Garda Commissioner says vetting for homelessness staff to be reviewed
Live music allowed in outdoor settings under updated hospitality guidelines
Explainer: How does a new set of rules aim to make life tougher for rogue bankers?
Garda promotions to be handled by Public Appointments Service under new regulations
At a glance: Everything you need to know about the summer re-opening plans
The Taoiseach confirmed plans for travel, hospitality and live pilot events.
The country is taking “definite steps towards normal times”, Micheál Martin said.
Non-essential international travel and indoor dining is set to return in July.
NPHET recommends indoor dining and international travel to resume in July
'This is our heritage': Fishermen threaten to blockade Ireland's major ports over new weighing rules
Minister warns public about potential extra charges when online shopping on UK websites
Trucks can be parked at Dublin Airport longterm carpark if Brexit traffic at Dublin Port overflows
Fans told to avoid 'excessive singing' ahead of return to attending Premier League games
Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy cups will not leave Croke Park after All-Ireland finals - Horan
England's new Covid-19 lockdown starts today - here are the rules
Yellow sliotars to be used in 2020 All-Ireland senior hurling championship
Families concerned over new visiting restrictions in Dublin nursing homes, charity says
Requirement to keep food details designed to 'crack down' on misbehaving pubs, Varadkar says
Non-contact football training can resume in Laois, Offaly and Kildare
Explainer: Everything to know about new face covering regulations
Carbon, cycling and housing: The main points in the draft programme for government
Rush to ease coronavirus restrictions could cause resurgence in cases, WHO warns
'No one wants a bar full of vending machines': NI businesses say new UK immigration system will cause labour shortage
'We were kind of wrapped in cotton wool. We all want to be on par with the lads' - Kilkenny star
Amsterdam has banned tour groups from sex workers’ windows in red light district
Pacts, alliances and stepping aside: Why this is going to be a very strange election for the North
Sin bin proposal receives strong support as kick-out and advanced mark rules also passed
The UK is in 'uncharted constitutional waters' yet again - so what are the prospects for a written constitution?