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Today’s News

Number of overseas passengers dropped by 76% this year

More than four million overseas passengers travelled to and from Ireland from January to October, down from 17 million in 2019.

People in nursing homes can have one visitor a week from 7 December

As part of new guidelines, visitors will be allowed at Levels 3 to 5 under compassionate grounds.

This year's Toy Show had the highest TV audience for any Toy Show on record

€6.5 million was raised for charity during the programme.

Screen Watch: Your guide to the best TV movies this week

Here are our picks of TV movies this week.

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Public health doctors to go on strike for three days in January

The IMO has expressed disappointment at “no meaningful engagement” from the Department of Health for five months.

Coronavirus: One death and 306 new cases confirmed in Ireland

The latest figures were confirmed by health officials this evening.

UK government will not order public inquiry into 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane

Finucane was shot by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his family in Belfast in 1989.

From The42 Ó Sé and O'Sullivan dismiss 'bullsh*t' rumours of player heave against Kerry boss Keane Rumour Mill

Ó Sé and O'Sullivan dismiss 'bullsh*t' rumours of player heave against Kerry boss Keane

The Kingdom legends wrote off the speculation as idle gossip.

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Moderna seeks European and US approval for coronavirus vaccine

Results suggest the vaccine gives high levels of protection against the virus.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

People urged to avoid public transport at peak times ahead of move to Level 3

Capacity on public transport will increase from 25% to 50% from tomorrow onwards.

Dublin City Council advises shops to avoid special promotions in effort to limit on-street queues

Non-essential businesses can reopen from tomorrow.

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Ten deaths and 290 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland started a two-week “circuit-breaker” lockdown on Friday.

INMO calls for isolation period for Covid-positive healthcare workers to be increased

Nurses account for almost a third of all healthcare worker cases of Covid-19.

From The42 'If players choose not to play rugby in Ireland, it's unlikely we would select them' Contracts

'If players choose not to play rugby in Ireland, it's unlikely we would select them'

The IRFU and the provinces are not currently entering contract negotiations with players.

Man (40s) dies following single vehicle collision in Co Galway this morning

The incident happened at approximately 6.30am in Abbeyknockmoy.

Nora Quoirin inquest continues as UK pathologist who did second post-mortem gives evidence

Nora (15) went missing on a family holiday in Malaysia last year and was later found dead.

Schoolgirls wrongly accused of shoplifting were 'extremely upset and embarrassed', court hears

In August 2018, the girls were stopped and told they had been recorded on video robbing in the shop.

'No further action under consideration' by SF over TD's tweet about IRA attacks

  • Sinn Féin TD Brian Stanley sent a tweet on Saturday about two historical IRA attacks on the British Army.
  • Stanley has since apologised for the "inappropriate and insensitive" tweet.
  • DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she will write to the Ceann Comhairle of the Dáil regarding the tweet.

Green Party Minister encourages people to buy a real Christmas tree

Irish growers produce around 650,000 Christmas trees each year.

Living with HIV: 'Please don't feel alone, or that your voice doesn't matter - it does'

A new campaign has been launched in Ireland ahead of World Aids Day tomorrow.

Here's #Antiviral - a State campaign to emphasise 'the positive behaviours of the majority' of young people

The campaign aims to share how young people have been ‘living their best lives possible, within the restrictions’.

'10 years ago Limerick hurling was on the floor, to put it mildly'

Shane Dowling mapped the Treaty’s return to the All-Ireland final and explains where yesterday’s game was won on The42 GAA Weekly.

Australia demands China apologise for posting 'repugnant' fake image of soldier

The incident has increased tensions between the two nations in a relationship that was already under strain.

People were less inclined to stick to advice and more lonely during second lockdown, CSO survey says

US braces for ‘surge upon surge’ of virus in weeks ahead

The number of new Covid-19 cases reported in the United States topped 200,000 for the first time on Friday.

Topshop owner Arcadia on the brink of bankruptcy in the UK — union expresses 'deep concern' over 800 Irish jobs

But the company tells staff that it will reopen its Irish stores this week as planned.

Man accused of murdering woman and two children remanded in custody

The accused will appear before Cloverhill District Court on Thursday.

Iran claims Israel used 'electronic device' to remotely kill military nuclear scientist

The comments came at the funeral for Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.

Ticketmaster to remove exclusivity clauses from contracts with venues after agreement with regulator

Ticketmaster denied breaching competition law arising from the CCPC’s investigation but has agreed to a number of measures.

'It wasn't an F bomb, it was a B bomb': Tubridy says he didn't drop bolder word during Toy Show Fanta's Little Swearer This post contains videos

'It wasn't an F bomb, it was a B bomb': Tubridy says he didn't drop bolder word during Toy Show

The slip has been removed from the RTÉ Player.

Coveney: We've been saying it for a while but THIS is the key week in Brexit talks

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Sunday that there was ‘a deal to be done’.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

Four French police officers charged after beating of black music producer Paris This post contains videos

Four French police officers charged after beating of black music producer

Michel Zecler was repeatedly beaten by three officers for several minutes.

Man dies after being struck by car on M50 motorway

Gardaí are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

Poll: When are you putting up your Christmas tree? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: When are you putting up your Christmas tree?

The countdown to Christmas has well and truly begun.

From The42 Man United's Cavani could face disciplinary charge for using racial term on Instagram In Hot Water

Man United's Cavani could face disciplinary charge for using racial term on Instagram

The Uruguayan striker replied to a message of congratulations following his two goals against Southampton.

'I've nothing to hide': Maradona's doctor defends treatment of 'unmanageable' patient

A preliminary autopsy report established that Maradona died in his sleep of “acute lung oedema and chronic heart failure”.

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