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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# February

Last year
Four in five Covid-19 deaths had at least three medical conditions involved
Diseases of the respiratory system were reported in 5,279 (or 98%) of Covid-19 deaths.
All time
Quiz: How much do you know about seconds?
Celebrating the only thing February is known for: Being second.
Eyes on February election as Varadkar schedules parliamentary party meeting for Friday
Will Leo cut and run?
Ireland hasn't had record-breaking temperatures like the UK, but people have been enjoying the sunshine anyway
In London, the mercury reached 21.2 degrees.
Witnesses sought to Limerick school bus collision
The incident occurred on Wednesday morning.
After 10 years, Ireland is to finally ratify UN Convention on rights of people with disabilities
A Dáil vote on the issue is expected in February.
Mother's Day stats: July most popular month for having babies and Leitrim has lowest number of births
Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan had the largest families with 2.19 children per family on average.
"Think of Britain": Boris Johnson's previously unpublished pro-EU column is revealed
In a column written in February, Johnson warned of the potential “economic shock” that may follow Brexit.
Heroin worth €840,000 seized after tip-off about suspicious activity
Suspicious activity was reported in the Limekiln Lane area of Dublin.
Man sacked after giving away a box of Pringles loses unfair dismissal case
Hakan Oney was sacked for not following cash handling policy.
Yet MORE problems with the Lotto machines - hours before the big Saturday draw
Another technical glitch.
PHOTOS: 32 killed in east Ukraine mine blast
At least 17 have been killed with 16 more missing.
Poll: Have you kept your New Year's resolutions so far?
January has a way of wearing people down. Did you make it through with resolutions intact?
7 reasons to celebrate the end of January
February: Officially better than January.
Oil is cheaper today than it has been for nearly 6 years
The price of a barrel of oil is now below $50 by some benchmarks.
Concern over Sexton head injury as L'Équipe reports spell on sidelines
The Ireland out-half sustained the injury against Australia in November.
New car sales went up 23 per cent in February
That’s according to the latest figures from the CSO, which compare car sales in February this year with last year.
Not to jinx this or anything, but it's REALLY sunny out right now
We’ve missed you, sunshine.
Here’s what you were enjoying on this day 15 years ago
Or 25 years ago, or even 35…
HSE to temporarily pay mobility allowance to 'prevent hardship'
It has also decided that new statutory provisions will be established to provide individual payments to people with severe disabilities for their mobility needs.
Trade surplus of €3.1bn in February 2013 - CSO
Exports increased by 2.2 per cent while imports were down by -2 per cent in February 2013.
Mario Monti says he is ready to lead Italy again
Italy’s somewhat complex system means he cannot be on the ballot paper though.
Six restaurants closed over food safety concerns in February
The amount of enforcement orders served in February was double that of January.
2010 in Photos: February
In February the underdog won the Superbowl; Willie O’Dea resigned as Minister for Defence; and Chile was rocked by an 8.8 magnitude earthquake.