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Mystery phone bidder Tony Holohan, ringing the bell on cancer, and Hakuna Matata master Kellie Harrington.
Eleven professional properties and 11 residential properties were among those searched.
It ended a miserable few days for Waterford, who will spend next season in the second tier.
The US pharmaceutical company Moderna has said that it will develop a booster shot against Omicron.
The Court of Appeal rejected what was described as an “extraordinary” submission by Patrick Harte.
Connacht defeated Ospreys 46-18 at the Sportsground tonight.
Health minister Stephen Donnelly has said that new restrictions for people travelling to Ireland from several southern African countries would apply ‘regardless of status’.
The Met Office has issued a rare red alert for parts of Scotland and the north of England.
They are due to stand trial on 28 January.
Germany, Italy, Austria and the Netherlands are among countries to have already banned visitors from South Africa.
All you need to know about your chat show options tonight.
Rumours of a Christmas lockdown have been swirling on social media in recent days.
Johnson last night asked France to take back all migrants who cross the Channel.
The seizure was made on 18 November.
The Tanaiste said the expansion was an enormous vote of confidence in the Irish retail sector.
2,500 children were living in emergency accommodation last month.
As a result of the initiative, one female victim of sexual labour/exploitation was identified.
The Douglas man won an All-Ireland football title in 2010.
The B.1.1.529 variant has first been found in cases in parts of Africa and Asia.
Peter Hendy said the price of either project “would be impossible to justify” as “the benefits could not possibly outweigh the costs”.
The HSE’s Paul Reid has urged people waiting on a test to continue to isolate for at least 48 hours after symptoms end.
The country’s disease control agency said 76,414 newly confirmed cases were reported in the past 24 hours.
Panto organiser Alan Hughes said parents have been calling to ask whether their show can still go ahead.
The province are in Pretoria for a planned game against the Bulls this weekend but are now working to get home urgently.
Dozens of people died in the Listvyazhnaya mine in southwest Siberia.
Wind warnings have been issued for nine counties, while the parts of England and Scotland have been upgraded to a rare red warning.
The incident occurred at about 4pm when a man, who was not wearing a mask inside the store, became abusive to staff working there.
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly has said a significant amount of planning will be required now.
It’s one of the most hotly anticipated nights of the Irish TV year.
Frost has insisted that the UK Government is committed to the equality and human rights safeguards within the Protocol.