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Irish - Today’s News

Orange Order cancels Twelfth of July parades because of Covid-19

Grand Master Edward Stevenson said “the Orange family has already lost members”.

Looking at long-term impact of Covid-19 crisis: Latest news from Noteworthy

The first investigation will look at a suspected increase in domestic abuse during the coronavirus pandemic.

A FF-FG government would be the result of an 'artificially narrowed' choice, says Éamon Ó Cuív

The Galway West deputy said the coalition is also being presented as a response to the Covid-19 crisis when this is not the case.

Wood Quay veteran, hero of the Liberties: John Gallagher's death has deprived Dublin of one of its champions

Gallagher, who passed away recently, kept Dublin and the Liberties in his heart.

HSE aims to test 4,500 people a day, Construction activity hits 11-year low: Today's Covid-19 Main Points

There are now 4,994 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Republic of Ireland.

Clusters of Covid-19 in nursing homes rise to 57, new stats show

Nursing homes now account for 24.2% of Covid-19 clusters in the country.

Covid-19 community assessment hubs will stop system being 'overburdened' HSE

Covid-19 community assessment hubs will stop system being 'overburdened'

The vice-president of the Irish College of General Practitioners stressed the importance of the hubs.

From The42 Here's what you can expect from your membership of The42 this week Join The Club

Here's what you can expect from your membership of The42 this week

We’ve welcomed a huge number of new supporters over the past week.

Two arrested following seizures of suspected pipe bomb and €27,000 in Limerick

The Army bomb squad was dispatched to the scene.

Catherine Murphy: Revenue's relaxation of residency rules for Irish tax exiles is 'tone deaf'

Normally, citizens who have chosen to live abroad for tax purposes can spend no more than 182 days a year living in Ireland.

Poll: Did the FAI make the right call replacing Mick McCarthy with Stephen Kenny? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Did the FAI make the right call replacing Mick McCarthy with Stephen Kenny?

McCarthy wished Kenny well in his career as Ireland manager.

Mainly dry week in prospect with temperatures touching 17 degrees on Thursday

The weather will become more changeable in the latter part of the week.

Five-year-old boy dies after falling from farm trailer in Roscommon

Gardaí say that the tragic accident took place yesterday afternoon.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s a round up of this morning’s main stories.

Man (40s) dies following alleged stabbing at Tipperary apartment complex

A man in his 40s has been arrested in relation to the investigation.

Check ins and free newspaper delivery to be offered by An Post to people cocooning

Family members can request for a local postman/woman to check in on someone cocooning.

Opinion: Should the EU's role in the Covid-19 crisis merely be as Best Supporting Actor?

Noelle O Connell says the EU is reacting faster to this crisis than it did in 2008, but it needs the agreement of all members.

'We're nearly there': Met Éireann set to include Northern Ireland on its weather warning maps

The final technical issues are currently being ironed out, said Met Éireann’s head of forecasting Evelyn Cusack.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Quiz: Can you finish these 70's song lyrics?

Test your knowledge.

From The42 Kenny plans to reach out to Robbie Brady, James McCarthy and Shane Long James McCarthy

Kenny plans to reach out to Robbie Brady, James McCarthy and Shane Long

Now that he has succeeded Mick McCarthy as Ireland manager, what are the big questions facing Stephen Kenny?

From The42 George and Me: 'I owe him a great deal and couldn't pay him back over two lifetimes' Best Pals

George and Me: 'I owe him a great deal and couldn't pay him back over two lifetimes'

Bobby McAlinden first met George Best when they were both fifteen. They became team-mates, business partners and lifelong friends.

Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for tests over Covid-19 symptoms

Downing Street released a statement this evening.

From The42 When Leinster went to Toulouse and toppled the reigning European champions Classic

When Leinster went to Toulouse and toppled the reigning European champions

Michael Cheika’s men delivered a stunning performance in their 2006 Heineken Cup quarter-final.

How a wedding cancelled due to Covid-19 turned into a socially distant celebration

How a wedding cancelled due to Covid-19 turned into a socially distant celebration

Adam and Rebecca had to postpone their wedding, but took to the back garden to mark the day.

'We will meet again': Queen Elizabeth sends message to Britain during Covid-19 crisis UK

How I Spend My Money: A 37-year-old who just signed on the dole before the Covid-19 crisis hit

This week, our reader comes to terms with life in isolation on a small budget.

'There is no room for complacency': The week in quotes

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

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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made headlines today.

Coronavirus: 21 more deaths and 390 new cases confirmed in Ireland

The latest figures were confirmed in a statement from the Department of Health this evening.

The story behind the Seamus Heaney quote guiding people through the Covid-19 crisis

‘If we winter this one out, we can summer anywhere’.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has registered again as a doctor to help out during Covid-19

Varadkar joined the Medical Council register again in March.

Confirmed cases in Northern Ireland exceeds 1,000, Trump expects 'a lot of death' in the US: Today's Covid-19 main points

21 more deaths from the virus in Ireland were confirmed on Sunday evening.

Two men charged in relation to ATM robbery in Dundalk

The men will appear in court in Craigavon on Monday.

From The42 Stephen Kenny's tortuous road to the biggest and hardest job in Irish sport Profile

Stephen Kenny's tortuous road to the biggest and hardest job in Irish sport

It has not been easy for Stephen Kenny but he has overcome setbacks to end up as Ireland manager.

Police in Northern Ireland appeal for public's help in finding gunman who killed Dublin criminal yesterday

The PSNI said it believes a man who was shot in Belfast yesterday may be Robbie Lawlor from Coolock.

Joe Biden: US Democratic convention could be 'virtual' because of Covid-19

The Democratic Convention has already been pushed back to August.

From The42 'We're in discussions with Robbie' - Keane could still have role with FAI Future

'We're in discussions with Robbie' - Keane could still have role with FAI

The 39-year-old is not part of Stephen Kenny’s new Ireland backroom staff.

'Dear friends, look at the real heroes': Pope Francis begins Holy Week celebrations without the public

Normally, tens of thousands of pilgrims would have attended Easter Week services.

Charity urges people to contact GPs as normal with possible cancer symptoms during pandemic

The Irish Cancer Society is worried that people are “putting their lives at risk” by not visiting GPs over symptoms.

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