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Yesterday’s News

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Saturday 1 August, 2020

Quiz: How much do you know about 2000s video games?

Test your knowledge of these 2000s games and consoles

Friday 31 July, 2020

Explainer: What was the argument on Dáil speaking time all about?

Before last night, speaking rights were assigned equally during the first round of a debate after Dáil reform in 2016.

Second phase of new Royal Canal cycle route opened in Dublin city

Funding was provided by the National Transport Authority at a cost of €8.9 million.

Thursday 30 July, 2020

Trailer watch: Which film will you watch this weekend? Nights In This post contains a poll

Trailer watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?

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

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Psychologists launch guidance to help teachers and pupils returning to school

The guidance says that health and wellbeing should be prioritized for school staff.

Watch: First look at Brendan Gleeson as Trump in new TV series

The miniseries will first air on US network Showtime on 27 September

Wednesday 29 July, 2020

Culture Night reimagines itself to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic

Taking place on 18 September, all events will be free to attend, whether physical or digital.

Additional supports to be made available for disability services reopening next month

The HSE is working with disability services to determine the financial aid that will be necessary to implement social distancing.

Tuesday 28 July, 2020

DAA says coronavirus testing in Irish airports would be 'challenging'

According to the DAA, travel to the 15 Green list countries represented only 9% of their traffic in 2019.

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Bill to extend protections for renters to go before Dáil this morning

All protections implemented by the bill will last until January 2021.

Some essential workers are particularly vulnerable to Covid-19, says ESRI

The report was compiled through data from the Labour Force Survey and the Healthy Ireland Survey.

Monday 27 July, 2020

Your evening longread: The science behind boredom

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

Screen watch: Your guide to the best TV movies on this week

From 90′s classics to a family favourite – here are our picks for TV movies this week.

'Very, very big plan' - Government to unveil school reopening plan today

A planning document from the Department of Education will be brought to the cabinet today.

DCU accommodation plans postponed indefinitely due to financial strain caused by Covid-19

The accommodation blocks were scheduled to begin construction in August.

Saturday 25 July, 2020

Quiz: From Area 51 to 'magic roads' ... How much do you know about these unexplained mysteries?

Test your knowledge of unsolved mysteries and paranormal occurrences.

Friday 24 July, 2020

Your evening longread: How will climate refugees move across borders?

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

Sitdown Sunday: Why America continues to be so divided on masks

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

Thursday 23 July, 2020

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Here’s what made the headlines today…

Your evening longread: The life of a Syrian photographer

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

Euromillions winner has come forward to claim €49.5 million prize

The winner is set to become the 19th National Lottery millionaire in 2020.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Wednesday 22 July, 2020

Your evening longread: The South Korean loner lifestyle

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

Operation Navigation: Another 20 pubs suspected of breaching Covid-19 restrictions

A total of 59 licenced premises have been caught allegedly breaching regulations since 3 July.

RTÉ has cancelled Dancing With the Stars due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions

RTÉ said it will try to bring Dancing With The Stars back in 2022 instead.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Tuesday 21 July, 2020

Face shields are now an acceptable face covering on all public transport

Deaf and hard of hearing charity Chime welcomed the move.

The Remote: Future of Irish healthcare, Ice Age and racing from Ascot

We’ve got you covered whether you want a solo TV night or one for all the family.

Monday 20 July, 2020

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what made the headlines today…

Your evening longread: Inside Citizen, the hyperlocal crime reporting app

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

Screen watch: Your guide to the best TV movies on this week

From superhero and sci-fi action to early 20th-century drama, here are our picks for TV movies this week.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Saturday 18 July, 2020

5,800 CAO applicants will receive Round A offers this morning

4,769 applicants will get Level 8 course offers with 2,241 applicants being offered a Level 7/6 course.

Friday 17 July, 2020

Your evening longread: Inside the Nespresso coffee empire

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

'It's a kick in the teeth': Publicans call for special treatment amid fear of reopening delays

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said that 10 August is the date the government is aiming for, but it may be pushed back.

Taoiseach says that cost of NAMA commission so far is over €2.5 million

So far, €2.5 million has been spent on the commission since it was established in 2017.

Thursday 16 July, 2020

Highest European court expected to rule on data privacy case today

The ruling on this case could have significant implications for how data is transferred between the EU and the US.

Wednesday 15 July, 2020

Quiz: How much do you know about classic Simpsons?

Test your knowledge of The Simpsons with these questions about classic episodes.

NPHET concerns cast doubt over reopening of bars as publicans seek clarity

The VFI has said that pubs are in the dark on whether or not they will be able to reopen.

Pension age unsustainable in the long term, according to report by fiscal council

Increased costs due to pensions and healthcare will drive future fiscal policy.

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