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Monday 20 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

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# Montrose
Gardaí meet RTÉ officials over social distancing controversy
Top presenters were among those to pose for photographs while not wearing masks.
# short cut
Leo Varadkar apologises for 'errors of judgement', says he is 'not close friends' with Dr Ó Tuathail
The Tánaiste is facing questions from TDs on the controversy.
# grilling
'I wasn’t intentionally being mean, I just figured that’s how you gotta do it' - George Foreman recalls when he was king
We spoke to the former heavyweight champion about life inside and outside the ring.
Enda Kenny grilled over teacher strike action and pay disputes
First the gardaí, now the teachers… is the government looking down the barrel of prolonged winter disruption as other sectors threaten to follow suit.
# Identity Ireland
Ireland's newest political party says racism accusations are "nonsense"
We asked the party leader some questions, here’s what he had to say.
# That Summer
No court intervention yet over Garth Brooks gigs after Aiken seeks legal advice
The concerts may be off, but the Oireachtas wanted answers. Here’s what Aiken and the GAA told them.
# burnt sausages
13 things that will definitely happen at an Irish barbecue
Come rain or shine, we’re having that barbie.
# grilling
Shatter to address ‘grave concerns, unanswered questions’ over GSOC bugging
The Minister for Justice will appear before an Oireachtas committee later today to discuss the suspected surveillance of the Ombudsman’s office.
# Barbecue
Not to ruin your weekend, but your BBQ might give you cancer
Research shows that your barbcue may be cooking up some dangerous chemicals, but don’t worry, we have tips on how to avoid it.