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This year
# Explainer
Coup rumours, Oligarchs, and pro-Russia agitators: What's going on in Moldova?
With voters split between pro-western and pro-Russia parties, Moldova is at a crossroads ahead of the next election.
Last year
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Explainer: There's a new rent tax credit, how can I avail of it and when will it be paid?
Does my landlord need to be registered? What if I’m on HAP?
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Reader Q&A: Got a question about Budget 2023? Get in touch...
What would you like to know about the proposals outlined in Tuesday’s budget announcement?
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Q&A: I'm a Ukrainian planning to travel to Ireland - what do I need to know?
What you need to know about accommodation, services and employment rights.
All time
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Q&A: Who is eligible for a Covid-19 booster and when will I get mine?
Here’s what you need to know about the Covid-19 booster rollout programme.
# reader questions
Q&A: The vaccine rollout has begun - we've been putting your latest questions to the experts
Thousands of people have been given their first jab – and the programme will be ramped up in the coming months.
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Reader Q&A: The Swine Flu vaccine was fast-tracked too - so how are things different this time around?
Vaccinations in the European Union are set to begin from 27 December.
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Q&A: Answers to reader questions about the Covid-19 vaccine and Ireland's rollout plans
We’ve been putting your questions to the experts and relevant government agencies as part of this new Q&A series.
We've been putting your questions to the experts and relevant government agencies as part of this new Q&A series.
In this first article we're addressing questions concerning people with serious medical conditions, indemnity and cold chain transport - amongst other subjects.
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Q&A: What do you want to know about Ireland's Covid-19 restrictions and health advice?
Are you confused about what you’re being told you should and shouldn’t do?
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Phase One explained: Who's going back to work and what other restrictions have changed?
Hardware stores, garden centres, farmers’ markets, bicycle shops and garages are due to open Monday.
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Why now, why not the top tier, what about Old Trafford? The story behind United's first pro women's team
‘The club don’t do anything by half measures,’ manager Casey Stoney explained at this week’s 20×20 launch.
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Explainer: What exactly is a Tribunal of Inquiry?
And how does it differ from a Commission of Investigation?
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Here's how many days a person can survive without water...
Humans can go for over three weeks without eating… But without water, it’s unlikely we’d survive more than four days.
# Review 2014
The answers to 9 political questions we were asking this time last year
Most of the questions we asked this time last year we’re answered in 2014.
# drunken monkeys
How did humans evolve to enjoy drinking alcohol?
We’ve had a taste for the stuff since before people were people — according to one scientist.