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Dublin: 15°C Tuesday 29 September 2020

Today’s News

Authorities agree to work together to discourage repeat of 'disturbing' Galway scenes

Yesterday the Acting CMO said the number of cases in Galway has increased over the past week.

Teenager remanded in custody as gardaí make 'strenuous objections' about bail

The 18-year-old is charged with making threats to kill two people.

Covid-19 unemployment rates fell in September but 'significant impact' remains CSO

Covid-19 unemployment rates fell in September but 'significant impact' remains

CSO figures show that the unemployment rate in September for people aged 15 to 24 rose to 18.9% – down from 19.5% in August.

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'I cannot even begin to put into words what he was like when he lost his temper, it was ludicrous'

Daniel Taylor, a veteran of many of Alex Ferguson’s infamous press conferences, is our guest on the latest episode of Behind the Lines.

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Ireland's GDP to fall by 2.5%, but drop is not as bad as predicted

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has published the 2021 economic forecast.

Burglaries fell by 52% in three month period of initial Covid lockdown

A number of serious crimes saw steep reductions.

'An act of sheer wanton corporate vandalism': Former home of 1916 leader demolished in Dublin

The property at 40 Herbert Park was bulldozed this morning.

Dying with Dignity Bill set for delay as Government wants special committee to examine issue

The legislation would allow medical professionals assist terminally ill persons end their own life.

Gardaí arrest two men after shots fired at house in Finglas, north Dublin

The shooting happened at 3.10am this morning.

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'A splash of sophistication': Irish designers share their must-haves from IKEA's new collection

Tánaiste says Michael D'Arcy should have contacted Sipo prior to taking new job as CEO of funds lobby group

The former junior finance minister is to resign his seat in the Seanad to take up the role.

Families of Bloody Sunday victims 'deeply disappointed' as decision not to prosecute 15 British soldiers is upheld

The range of potential offences included murder, attempted murder and causing grievous bodily injury with intent.

Gardaí probe death of prisoner (34) at Cloverhill Prison

The incident happened around 11am yesterday morning.

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Byrne and Williams named in 25-man Ireland squad for Slovakia play-off

Robbie Brady and Callum O’Dowda have also been included by Stephen Kenny despite carrying injuries.

CAB freezes €138k in cash belonging to men suspected of conning elderly people into needless construction work CAB

More than 4,000 children and teachers tested for Covid-19 since schools opened

HSE CEO Paul Reid said there have been 180 index cases, with a further 84 linked to those.

Pubs and restaurants in Northern Ireland must close at 11pm

First Minister Arlene Foster told the Stormont Assembly the measure is being introduced to attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.

Transport Minister says NTA will make sure 'no town is left behind' after Bus Éireann axes certain routes

Eamon Ryan confirmed that €460 million is needed to keep public transport running until the end of the year.

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Poll: Are you planning on watching the Biden-Trump election debate live?

Will you stay up to watch Joe Biden debate US President Donald Trump?

Students isolating in Queen's University Belfast accommodation after Covid-19 outbreak

The outbreak follows the re-opening of the university and the return of students.

Death toll rises in Nagorno-Karabakh ahead of UN Security Council's emergency talks

Fierce fighting raged between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces yesterday despite pleas for calm.

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Rob Kearney signs one-year deal with Australian side Western Force

The 34-year-old completes the move following his recent departure from Leinster and Ireland.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

Donald Trump only doing a 'little' debate prep ahead of first clash with Joe Biden US

Donald Trump only doing a 'little' debate prep ahead of first clash with Joe Biden

Joe Biden will face off against Donald Trump for the first time.

HSE chief: We can expect and should plan for further waves of Covid-19

Paul Reid is appearing in front of the Special Covid-19 Committee today to discuss the country’s testing systems.

'Across all age groups': Donegal outbreaks linked to Communions, house parties and retirement celebrations

Dr Anthony Breslin said it is hoped that the impact of restrictions in the country will be seen by the end of next week.

Global Covid-19 death toll passes one million - but the true figure is likely higher

The US has so far recorded the most deaths from the virus.

Gardaí launch crackdown on firework sellers trading on social media

A garda operation targeting these traders was brought in earlier than usual.

The beginning of the end: This could be the final week of post-Brexit trade talks

The EU can pursue and win a legal challenge, but isn’t talking that up because we don’t need “two loaded revolvers on the table,” Neale Richmond said.

Irish universities will have to provide breakdown of ethnic diversity among staff each year from December

From the limited data available, there is just one black female professor who is working full time.

Explainer: Everything you need to know about the assisted dying bill set to come before the Dáil

New legislation could soon see assisted dying legalised in Ireland.

Yesterday’s News

Appeal launched following unexplained death of man (48) found at apartment complex in February

Investigating Gardaí have not been able to determine the sole cause of John’s death.

Luke 'Ming' Flanagan says Twitter account was compromised after comment about Saoirse McHugh

The tweet in question was deleted but several screengrabs of the tweet and the comment were shared online today.

Rapid Covid-19 tests to be rolled out worldwide in low and middle-income countries

The WHO said the tests “will enable expansion of testing, particularly in countries that do not have extensive laboratory facilities or trained health workers.”

Officer charged with fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor pleads not guilty

Taylor was shot multiple times after her boyfriend opened fire as officers entered her home during a narcotics raid.

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From The42 Robertson involved at either end as Liverpool come from behind to beat Arsenal Out-gunned

Robertson involved at either end as Liverpool come from behind to beat Arsenal

Diogo Jota volleyed in a debut goal late on for the Reds.

Level 3 restrictions on Dublin prompts surge in applications for Pandemic Unemployment Payment PUP

Level 3 restrictions on Dublin prompts surge in applications for Pandemic Unemployment Payment

The impact of the Level 3 restrictions is now being reflected in the PUP figures.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

A round-up of what made the headlines today…

Dublin councils move most Halloween plans online due to Covid-19

It’s almost that time of year again…

Your evening longread: The race to redesign sugar

We bring you an interesting longread each evening to take your mind off the news.

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