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FG and FF set to ‘love-bomb’ Greens

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are set to “love-bomb” the Green Party in the coming days in a bid to convince them to enter government with them....

Alan Kelly becomes Labour party leader

Alan Kelly has become the 13th leader of the Labour Party....

Northern Ireland in line for five million items of PPE from London

Northern Ireland is set to receive five million items of personal protective equipment from London ahead of the expected coronavirus surge....

'We have other lines,' says Tony Holohan as doctors urge Govt to come clean over PPE supplies

Doctors have urged the Government to come clean over how long it will take to address problems with some Chinese coronavirus protective equipment as the HSE admitted some stock had been sent back....

FF and FG set for Seanad majority

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael will together command a majority of seats in the 26th Seanad if they form a Dáil coalition....

'I am no longer living,' says Cameron Blair's mother as teenager says he never intended to murder

Murdered college student Cameron Blair told his friend: “Don’t worry lad, I don’t want to be fighting” moments after a teenager plunged a knife into his neck, the Central Criminal Court heard today....

Fire chief warns against gorse-burning in Killarney

"You are breaking the law. You are putting my life and the lives of your family, your neighbours and your friends at risk" — the stark warning from a senior fire officer about illegal and unnecessary gorse fires....

Man who is alleged to have coughed on shop worker telling him he had Covid-19 is granted bail

A man who denies assaulting a shop worker by coughing on him and telling him he had coronavirus has been granted bail provided a surety is paid to the courts....

Stormont noise must not drown out vital coronavirus message – Foster

The First Minister emphasised the unity of purpose within the executive in the wake of the latest dispute between ministers....

Students petition universities on ‘no detriment’ policy to ensure grades do not suffer over Covid-19 crisis

Students across the country are calling on Irish universities to implement a ‘no detriment policy’ ahead of upcoming examinations to ensure grades do not suffer as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic....

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