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Law banning sale of tobacco products to under 21s won't take effect until 2028
Army deployed after protesters shot and parliament set on fire during demonstrations in Kenya
Labour Court to review Aer Lingus pay dispute in July as industrial action to begin tomorrow
It comes after the airline cancelled a further 50 flights today due to the ongoing pay row.
All-out strike action is also planned for a period on Saturday.
Taoiseach Simon Harris has 'challenged' both parties to engage rather than 'put people through chaos'.
Former RTÉ correspondent Tommie Gorman dies aged 68
Aer Lingus cancellations: what to expect if you've booked to fly during industrial action
Donncha O'Callaghan becomes latest presenter to announce departure from RTÉ 2FM
List of how many Defence Force members have criminal convictions sought by Govt
RTÉ to cut 400 jobs, limit presenter salaries and make users a sign-in for streaming
A multi-functional studio in Cork and a new audio app are also part of the strategy.
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh, iconic voice of GAA commentary, dies aged 93