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Today’s News

Gardaí remove protesters from former Debenhams store during late-night execution of court order
# Dublin
# Dublin

Gardaí remove protesters from former Debenhams store during late-night execution of court order

18 minutes ago 2,016 Views 4 Comments

RTÉ has reported that a number of people were arrested.

Downing Street sources blame Cummings for leaking texts between Boris Johnson and James Dyson
# UK
# UK

Downing Street sources blame Cummings for leaking texts between Boris Johnson and James Dyson

47 minutes ago 4,016 Views 3 Comments

An internal inquiry has been launched into the leaking.

Poll: Would you support a Digital Green Cert allowing fully vaccinated people to go on holiday?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Would you support a Digital Green Cert allowing fully vaccinated people to go on holiday?

1 hour ago 19,593 Views 58 Comments

A proposal for a Digital Green Certificate, or a so-called Covid passport, are to be voted on in the European Parliament next week.

Haircuts resume in Northern Ireland under latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions
# Chop Chop
# Chop Chop

Haircuts resume in Northern Ireland under latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions

2 hours ago 4,174 Views 8 Comments

Several sectors of the economy have returned.

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ESB claims strike by Independent Workers Union is unlawful
# ESB
# ESB

ESB claims strike by Independent Workers Union is unlawful

2 hours ago 6,334 Views 8 Comments

The IWU are taking the action over a claimed lack of consultation on outsourced work to the private sector.

The 9 at 9: Friday
# 9 At 9
# 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Friday

2 hours ago 8,556 Views 0 Comments

Here is what’s making headlines this morning

Health products regulator reports 'small number' of clotting events linked to AstraZeneca vaccine
# Covid-19
# Covid-19

Health products regulator reports 'small number' of clotting events linked to AstraZeneca vaccine

3 hours ago 14,328 Views 32 Comments

The number of people affected is reported to be below five.

Sinn Féin appointed officer to manage voter database only after being contacted by DPC
# Data Protection
# Data Protection

Sinn Féin appointed officer to manage voter database only after being contacted by DPC

3 hours ago 13,183 Views 73 Comments

The so-called “Abú system” has become the source of controversy in recent days.

Here's your TV guide for this weekend of sport
# Tune In
From The42
# Tune In

Here's your TV guide for this weekend of sport

3 hours ago 7,488 Views 3 Comments

Get stuck into this lot over the weekend.

Worries grow about Indonesian sub’s crew as oxygen dwindles
# Submarine
# Submarine

Worries grow about Indonesian sub’s crew as oxygen dwindles

4 hours ago 17,344 Views 8 Comments

The KRI Nanggala has less than a day’s worth of oxygen remaining for its 53 crew.

Opinion: Pregnant women in Ireland are left to cope alone in the shadows
# Covid-19
# Covid-19

Opinion: Pregnant women in Ireland are left to cope alone in the shadows

4 hours ago 10,166 Views 13 Comments

We need to better prioritise the care of pregnant women during Covid, writes Fianna Fáil councillor Deirdre Geraghty-Smith.

Most company directors think the economy will be fully reopened by the end of 2021
# Business Confidence
# Business Confidence

Most company directors think the economy will be fully reopened by the end of 2021

4 hours ago 7,984 Views 15 Comments

Nearly half of business leaders said they expect to return to the office in the fourth quarter.

People in 60-64 age bracket invited to register online for Covid-19 vaccine
# Vaccines
# Vaccines

People in 60-64 age bracket invited to register online for Covid-19 vaccine

5 hours ago 26,286 Views 20 Comments

As of Wednesday night, more than 147,000 people have registered for their vaccine.

Homeless people in Dublin to start getting Covid-19 vaccines next week
# Vaccines
# Vaccines

Homeless people in Dublin to start getting Covid-19 vaccines next week

11 hours ago 39,927 Views 51 Comments
  • The HSE plans to begin administering at a facility in Dublin city centre on Monday.
  • The initial rollout will target single people living in hostels across the city.
  • There is an estimated 3,000 homeless people in Dublin city in addition to 700 families living in hotels.

Yesterday’s News

European Commission says no legal action taken against AstraZeneca - despite Stephen Donnelly saying otherwise
# Vaccine Deliveries
# Vaccine Deliveries

European Commission says no legal action taken against AstraZeneca - despite Stephen Donnelly saying otherwise

11 hours ago 18,885 Views 35 Comments

Stephen Donnelly said that the action was take over AstraZeneca’s “complete failure to meet its delivery and contractual agreements for April, May and June”.

Nursing home visits to increase to four per week from 4 May
# Weekly Visits
# Weekly Visits

Nursing home visits to increase to four per week from 4 May

12 hours ago 8,903 Views 2 Comments

This applies to all long-term residential care facilities.

Missing child Svetlana Murphy found safe and well, as 18-year-old male arrested following CRI alert
# Svetlana Murphy
# Svetlana Murphy

Missing child Svetlana Murphy found safe and well, as 18-year-old male arrested following CRI alert

13 hours ago 234,555 Views 0 Comments

Gardaí said that the 14-year-old girl will be re-united with her family tonight.

'I've been struck by the public's response to what the disease is doing': The key points from tonight's NPHET briefing
# Covid19 Facts
# Covid19 Facts

'I've been struck by the public's response to what the disease is doing': The key points from tonight's NPHET briefing

13 hours ago 52,862 Views 49 Comments

A round-up of NPHET’s press briefing at the Department of Health this evening.

'We're in 2021 and it's not clear to me as a rugby person who's going to drive Irish women's rugby'
# Who's At The Wheel
From The42
# Who's At The Wheel

'We're in 2021 and it's not clear to me as a rugby person who's going to drive Irish women's rugby'

Updated 13 hours ago 11,650 Views 2 Comments

Bernard Jackman and Murray Kinsella gave their thoughts during a difficult week, and after a stop-start few years, for Irish women’s rugby.

Bloody Sunday families to challenge decision against ex-soldier prosecutions
# Parachute Regiment
# Parachute Regiment

Bloody Sunday families to challenge decision against ex-soldier prosecutions

14 hours ago 13,411 Views 18 Comments

The judicial review challenge has been listed for hearing for five days beginning on 20 September.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
# Evening Fix
# Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

14 hours ago 8,420 Views 0 Comments

Your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Your evening longread: The chef who will never eat again
# Evening Longread
# Evening Longread

Your evening longread: The chef who will never eat again

14 hours ago 17,062 Views 2 Comments

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

Gardaí seize catalytic converters worth €2.2 million following search in north Dublin
# Seizure
# Seizure

Gardaí seize catalytic converters worth €2.2 million following search in north Dublin

15 hours ago 65,396 Views 0 Comments

A man in his 20s was arrested at the scene earlier.

Stormont leaders call on Irish Government to share data on passengers arriving on the island
# Data-sharing Impasse
# Data-sharing Impasse

Stormont leaders call on Irish Government to share data on passengers arriving on the island

15 hours ago 14,094 Views 13 Comments

First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill both expressed frustration over the issue.

Top two inches: How Billy Holland set out on his path into Munster's record books
# Measure Of The Man
From The42
# Measure Of The Man

Top two inches: How Billy Holland set out on his path into Munster's record books

15 hours ago 13,626 Views 4 Comments

There are plenty of locks bigger than Billy Holland about, but few have left such a footprint on rugby in Munster.

Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?
# Trailer Watch
# Trailer Watch

Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?

15 hours ago 22,926 Views 25 Comments

Here are a few options for weekend watching.

Man who shouted 'coronavirus' during knife-point robbery jailed for three years
# Tallaght
# Tallaght

Man who shouted 'coronavirus' during knife-point robbery jailed for three years

15 hours ago 20,916 Views 15 Comments

Kevin Bronson pleaded guilty to robbery at Centra, Old Bawn Shopping Centre, Tallaght.

Opinion: The European Super League – the 48 hour flash in the pan, 25 years in the making
# Football
# Football

Opinion: The European Super League – the 48 hour flash in the pan, 25 years in the making

15 hours ago 11,375 Views 15 Comments

UCC’s Dr Seán Ó Conaill looks back on an extraordinary week for international football.

High Court approves survival scheme for troubled airline group Norwegian
# KPMG
# KPMG

High Court approves survival scheme for troubled airline group Norwegian

16 hours ago 13,387 Views 4 Comments

The group, the court heard had accumulated debts of US$5.2Bn.

This is ‘decisive decade’ to limit climate change impact, Biden warns world leaders
# Leaders Summit
# Leaders Summit

This is ‘decisive decade’ to limit climate change impact, Biden warns world leaders

16 hours ago 6,343 Views 11 Comments

Biden has doubled US ambitions on slashing greenhouse gas emissions.

Explainer: Why is India shattering global coronavirus infection records?
# Global Record
# Global Record

Explainer: Why is India shattering global coronavirus infection records?

17 hours ago 28,900 Views 19 Comments

The country has confirmed 15.9 million cases of infection, the second highest after the United States, and 184,657 deaths.

National Ambulance Service to increase number of fleets for vaccination of housebound over 70s
# Covid19
# Covid19

National Ambulance Service to increase number of fleets for vaccination of housebound over 70s

17 hours ago 8,573 Views 9 Comments

Everyone in this cohort will be contacted over the next week by the HSE.

Bay City Rollers singer Les McKeown dies aged 65
# RIP
# RIP

Bay City Rollers singer Les McKeown dies aged 65

17 hours ago 37,955 Views 22 Comments

The Scottish band enjoyed huge success in the 1970s.

Coronavirus: Ten deaths across last four months and 617 new cases confirmed in Ireland
# Latest Figures
# Latest Figures

Coronavirus: Ten deaths across last four months and 617 new cases confirmed in Ireland

18 hours ago 129,385 Views 177 Comments

The latest figures were reported this evening.

Dublin and Kerry footballers to meet again in Thurles as fixtures released for National Leagues
# Trip 2 Tipp
From The42
# Trip 2 Tipp

Dublin and Kerry footballers to meet again in Thurles as fixtures released for National Leagues

18 hours ago 19,612 Views 18 Comments

The All-Ireland champions and The Kingdom will reunite at Semple Stadium 20 years on from a famous clash.

No medical students have been hired as vaccinators, despite Minister saying they were giving jabs at vaccine centres
# Recruitment
# Recruitment

No medical students have been hired as vaccinators, despite Minister saying they were giving jabs at vaccine centres

18 hours ago 22,748 Views 17 Comments

The health minister said last month that he had met students administering vaccines.

The 5 at 5: Thursday
# Take Five
# Take Five

The 5 at 5: Thursday

18 hours ago 5,928 Views 0 Comments

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

'Approximately 70 cases' identified in Covid-19 outbreak at Intel construction site
# Leixlip
# Leixlip

'Approximately 70 cases' identified in Covid-19 outbreak at Intel construction site

18 hours ago 42,876 Views 35 Comments

A spokesperson for the company says it is “a fluid situation”.

New 'sweeper' boat to collect rubbish and plastic from the River Liffey four days a week
# Liffey Sweeper
# Liffey Sweeper

New 'sweeper' boat to collect rubbish and plastic from the River Liffey four days a week

20 hours ago 33,555 Views 37 Comments

The Liffey Sweeper will remove litter from the upper part of the river.

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