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Today’s News

Concern over new Sydney pub cluster as Australia virus cases surge

Three pubs were closed after being linked to outbreaks or failing to comply with social distancing requirements.

Head of garda union says it's up to public transport operators and NTA to enforce face coverings rule in the first instance

The AGSI’s Antointette Cunningham said this morning it shouldn’t be up to gardaí to enforce every single piece of the health regulations.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s making the headlines this morning.

Traveller Pride week to be launched today by new Senator Eileen Flynn

The two-week catalogue of events will begin today with a live streamed launch.

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Conservative candidate on course for narrow victory in Poland's presidential election

With 99.97% of votes counted, Andrzej Duda was on 51.21% and ahead of liberal rival Rafal Trzaskowski.

Johnny Depp due to finish giving evidence in libel case against The Sun

Depp is suing over an April 2018 article which labelled him a “wife beater”.

80% of people want a change from working in the office, survey finds

Almost a quarter of people favour working two to three days a week from home and the rest in the office.

Kelly Preston, actress and wife of John Travolta, dies aged 57 RIP

Kelly Preston, actress and wife of John Travolta, dies aged 57

The Hawaiian-born actress had been receiving treatment for breast cancer.

US government to carry out first federal execution in nearly two decades today

Daniel Lewis Lee was convicted of the murders of three people in 1996.

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Alpine melt reveals copies of Indian newspapers likely from 1966 plane crash

The papers were probably aboard an Air India flight that crashed on the mountain in January 1966.

Eoin McGee: Survive without takeaway coffee during the lockdown? Here's what we can learn from that and other broken spending habits

Financial planner Eoin McGee has some advice on how to approach your finances as we emerge from lockdown.

Nearly three-quarters of Irish people say they would 'likely' get Covid-19 vaccine

That’s according to a new survey carried out for the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association.

'He's devastated that he hasn't seen his child': The stories of children taken into care during Covid-19

The Child Care Law Reporting Project published its latest reports today.

'All the bars were packed': Irish people describe life in US states where the virus is surging

Cases of the disease have been stable in Ireland – but there have been alarming increases in parts of the US.

Yesterday’s News

Quiz: How well do you know these songs about Sunday?

Test your music knowledge in this quiz all about Sunday.

From The42 How Ireland learned to stop worrying and love Jack Charlton Analysis This post contains videos

How Ireland learned to stop worrying and love Jack Charlton

A look back at the troubled early days and the scepticism that greeted the Irish manager’s appointment.

Money Diaries: A 22-year-old software engineer on €50k in Dublin in lockdown

This week, our reader is busy programming for work and fun but manages his finances well during the lockdown.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Have a look back at the main stories from today.

From The42 The Irish teen sensation who joined Liverpool in their '80s pomp Great Expectations This post contains videos

The Irish teen sensation who joined Liverpool in their '80s pomp

Brian Mooney chats to The42 about his early days at Anfield, becoming a cult hero with Preston and why a big move to Sunderland didn’t work out.

Pope 'deeply pained' over decision to turn Hagia Sophia museum into mosque

Turkish president Erdogan formally converted the museum back into a mosque on Friday.

'Not a sausage, not a jot, not a tiddle': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Florida reports record high 15,300 positive Covid-19 cases in one day

The US yesterday recorded a new daily high of 66,528 cases.

From The42 Police arrest 12-year-old boy over racist messages sent to footballer Wilfried Zaha Kick It Out

Police arrest 12-year-old boy over racist messages sent to footballer Wilfried Zaha

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson labelled the abuse ‘cowardly and despicable’.

Coronavirus: No deaths and 17 new cases confirmed in Ireland

The latest figures were released by health officials this evening.

Irish men and women who died in wars or during UN service remembered

President Michael D Higgins led the commemoration event at Collins Barracks in Dublin.

Youths throw petrol bombs at NI police for second night in a row

A number of petrol bombs were thrown at police on Friday and Saturday, the PSNI said.

Man (30s) arrested as part of investigation into fatal crash in Tipperary

A man in his 60s died yesterday after the two-car crash in which the other driver left the scene.

Eastern European countries impose new coronavirus restrictions

The mandatory use of face masks and travel bans or quarantines are among the measures being introduced.

From The42 ‘Absolute disgrace’ that Jack Charlton wasn’t knighted – Ray Houghton Reaction

‘Absolute disgrace’ that Jack Charlton wasn’t knighted – Ray Houghton

The former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland midfielder was among those to pay tribute to the manager.

Bus drivers concerned about conflict between passengers over mandatory face coverings

There is some confusion around who will police new regulations that make face coverings on public transport mandatory.

Central Bank 'made clear' expectations for bank transparency about mortgage breaks, governor says

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said yesterday he doesn’t ‘fully trust’ the banks not to try to profit during the pandemic.

'The UK’s new start': £705m to be spent on British-EU borders - Northern Ireland plans yet to be published

£235 million will be spent on staffing and IT systems, while £470 million will be spent on port and inland infrastructure.

Poll: Should there be a facility near Dublin Airport where people have to quarantine? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be a facility near Dublin Airport where people have to quarantine?

How to deal with tourists arriving in Ireland has been a much-discussed topic this weekend.

Portuguese police search wells in Madeleine McCann investigation

The Mirror reported that police and divers in the Algarve region examined three disused wells on Thursday.

Barry Cowen disputes 'incorrect' Garda report of what happened at drink-driving checkpoint in 2016

“I did not evade, or attempt to evade, a Garda,” a statement from Cowen said.

250 hours of analysis and staged TV interviews - Inside a top-level coaching course

We take a look at what the likes of Duff, Keane and Andrews had to do to earn their Pro Licence at the FAI, the highest qualification in coaching.

Two men appear in court charged after Cork heroin seizure worth €425,000

The two men were arrested by gardaí on Thursday.

Paying back tax on the wage subsidy scheme: Revenue's plans aim to 'minimise any financial hardship' Tax

Paying back tax on the wage subsidy scheme: Revenue's plans aim to 'minimise any financial hardship'

Money received under the wage subsidy scheme is taxable, but that tax liability won’t come until the end of the year.

Gardaí appeal for woman missing from Gorey home

Deirdre Redmond was last seen leaving her house in Gorey at approximately 2pm yesterday.

Taoiseach says it's too soon for British people to holiday in Ireland without quarantining for two weeks

“Suppression of the virus is key,” Micheál Martin told the Andrew Marr Show.

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