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Dublin: 12°C Friday 18 September 2020

Today’s News

Hurricane Sally: Rescuers seek out people amid widespread flooding US

Hurricane Sally: Rescuers seek out people amid widespread flooding

Homeowners and businesses have begun cleaning up following the storm.

'Creative lifeblood of Ireland': Events industry pens open letter on impact of Covid-19 on the sector

The open letter is part of the national awareness week for the live entertainment and event industry in Ireland.

From The42 'Michael O'Neill pinned my article to the dressing room wall to fire up his players' Column

'Michael O'Neill pinned my article to the dressing room wall to fire up his players'

Conan Byrne learned the hard way that giving your opinion in the media isn’t always warmly received.

Union concerned at reports of threat to jobs at Ulster Bank

The Financial Services Union has responded to reports that UK parent company NatWest is considering closing Ulster Bank in the Republic.

Pubs and restaurants expected to close, but the data around Covid outbreaks paints a complex picture

The industry has said that few cases are linked to pubs and restaurants but international studies suggest dining out could be a factor in the spread of the disease.

Infant hospitalised with 'serious injuries' after stationary quad bike struck by scrambler in Dublin

The incident happened at Cherry Orchard Park in Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 yesterday evening.

Covid-19 virus analysis suggests low level of mutation compared to other RNA viruses

But the researchers say some changes are occurring and these are useful to follow the spread of virus.

Belarus president closes borders with Poland and Lithuania and puts army on alert

Protesters have been demanding the resignation of president Alexander Lukashenko since the August election.

'It's close to criminal': Joe Biden blasts Trump's pandemic response

Joe Biden was taking part in his first town hall event.

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Wake up to views of Ireland's Eye: Light-filled townhouse in Malahide for €730k

Culture Night: Dublin and the East

Our guide in the run up to Friday’s nationwide event.

Tomorrow I'll climb my 50th peak as part of a lockdown-interrupted charity challenge. Here's what I've learned

At times drumming up the publicity needed to generate funds turned out to be harder than the actual mountain-climbing, writes Dermot Behan.

IRFU losses due to Covid expected to exceed €300 million this year

The Oireachtas Covid-19 committee will hear concerns from sports organisations today about their financial viability.

Teachers warn of severe disruption to schools already as they call for fast-track access to testing

The government has emphasised the importance of keeping schools open in its new plan for living with Covid-19.

Over 250 people helped to exit Direct Provision during Covid-19 pandemic

Homeless charity Depaul has helped 256 people move out of DP centres in recent months.

Level 3 restrictions for Dublin expected to kick in this weekend as Cabinet meets to consider NPHET advice

NPHET made the recommendation yesterday after a spike in Covid-19 cases in the capital.

Yesterday’s News

RAF fighter jets intercept Russian military aircraft near UK airspace

RAF fighter jets intercept Russian military aircraft near UK airspace

It marks the third time in six days the Typhoons have been scrambled in response to Russian planes.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Here it is, it’s The Fix.

Senior NHS officials contacted HSE seeking help for Covid-19 tests

Paul Reid was defending Ireland’s testing capacity following a surge in demand for Covid-19 tests in recent weeks.

Quiz: Where on earth are these buildings?

We’re bringing you around the world in tonight’s quiz.

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NPHET recommends indoor dining in Dublin's restaurants and pubs should stop

CEO of the Restaurants Association of Ireland Adrian Cummins said this evening that he is “shocked” by the recommendation.

From The42 Zlatan on target as classy Milan see off committed Shamrock Rovers Brave But Beaten

Zlatan on target as classy Milan see off committed Shamrock Rovers

The Italians were 2-0 winners in the Europa League tonight.

Your evening longread: A brief history of the music video

It’s a coronavirus-free zone as we bring you an interesting longread each evening to take your mind off the news.

From The42 Dundalk defy Andy Boyle's dismissal to advance in the Europa League Job Done

Dundalk defy Andy Boyle's dismissal to advance in the Europa League

The Lilywhites overcame Inter d’Escaldes in Andorra this evening thanks to a goal from David McMillan.

A dry, sunny weekend is in store with temperatures hitting 21 degrees tomorrow

Saturday and Sunday look set to be bright with weather becoming more unsettled next week.

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Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?

As cinemas begin to reopen, here are a few options for weekend watching.

Gardaí appeal for witnesses after woman assaulted in Cork

The driver of a car stopped and spoke to the woman before assaulting her.

'Significant' cluster in Wales linked to coach trip that included passengers who were awaiting test results

The group were on a trip to Doncaster Races but did not have tickets and did not enter the site, instead visiting a number of pubs.

High Court will rule on Ryanair's challenge to the State's travel advice next month

Ryanair claims the measures amount to international travel restrictions.

Dublin is set to move from Level 2 to Level 3 - here's what that means

NPHET’s advice will be considered by a new oversight group this evening with an announcement expected tomorrow.

Man who inspired Hotel Rwanda denied bail in terrorism case

Paul Rusesabagina has been charged with 13 offences and faces a maximum of 25 years in jail if he is found guilty.

Coronavirus: One further death and 240 new cases - including 119 in Dublin

NPHET met today and has recommended the government implement further restrictions on those living in the capital.

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Glentoran defend signing of convicted sex offender Jay Donnelly

The striker served a three-month prison sentence last year for distributing an indecent image of a child.

Coronavirus: Dublin should move to Level 3 of Covid restrictions, NPHET recommends

The NPHET advice will be considered by Cabinet tomorrow.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Russian opposition leader ‘poisoned in his hotel room’

Alexei Navalny’s colleagues claim a bottle of water tinged with Novichok was found at the venue in Tomsk.

84 Irish parks and gardens win Green Flag award

There were 14 awards for community-run spaces across the country.

Green List: Germany and Poland among countries added as Greece, Italy and Norway removed

The Department of Foreign Affairs provided an update on the new Green List countries this afternoon.

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