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Saturday - 11th July, 2020
AIB admits 1,100 more tracker scandal victims
THE AIB banking group has become embroiled in a new tracker scandal involving 1,100 mortgage custome...
Thursday - 9th July, 2020
Wednesday - 8th July, 2020
Long-term L-drivers are gaming the system – RSA
MORE than 37,000 people are on their fourth or subsequent learner driving permit and some motorists ...
Tuesday - 7th July, 2020
Cowen fined for speeding as learner before drink driving ban
EMBATTLED Agriculture Minister Barry Cowen was up in court for speeding on his learner driver licenc...
Monday - 6th July, 2020
Cowen faces Dáil grilling in drink-drive ban shame
FIANNA FÁIL has become embroiled in controversy just a week after entering government, with...
Saturday - 4th July, 2020
Martin in the dark over Cowen drink-driving ban
NEW Agriculture Minister Barry Cowen says he is “profoundly sorry” for being banned from driving...
Friday - 3rd July, 2020
Teachers dash hopes of full school return in September
TEACHERS’ leaders are casting serious doubt on a full reopening of second level schools in late Au...
Wednesday - 1st July, 2020
Tuesday - 30th June, 2020
Holohan plea as cases rise
THOUSANDS of people who have booked summer holidays abroad are being advised to cancel them amid fea...
Monday - 29th June, 2020
New Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin kisses his wife Mary after arr...
Saturday - 27th June, 2020
Martin to be Taoiseach as coalition formed
MICHEÁL MARTIN will be elected Taoiseach today after the three parties destined for power v...
Friday - 26th June, 2020
no clarity on ‘green list’ destinations
HOLIDAYMAKERS face travel chaos as massive uncertainty remains over which countries will be included...
Thursday - 25th June, 2020
Quarantine for UK set to remain even as EU flight rules eased
AIR travel restrictions, which are to be eased by the second week of July, will still apply to passe...
Wednesday - 24th June, 2020
Passengers ‘face queue nightmare at airports if two-metre rule stays’
THE Government is coming under increased pressure to reduce the social-distancing rule to one metre ...
Tuesday - 23rd June, 2020
One in seven TDs has hired member of their family to work for them
A NEW Green Party TD, whose wife has replaced him as a county councillor, has hired her as a secreta...
Saturday - 20th June, 2020
Raft of price hikes feared as country reopens early
PRICES in pubs, hairdressers and cafés are set to rise if strict social distancing controls...
Friday - 19th June, 2020
In the line of duty
‘An attack on society’: Nation shocked by murder...
Wednesday - 17th June, 2020
Two-metre rule ditched for pubs ‘if customers leave after 90 minutes’
PUBS and restaurants will be allowed to reduce social distancing to one metre if they limit patrons ...
Tuesday - 16th June, 2020
The two Taoisigh
TWO Taoisigh are set to lead the country through the lifetime of the next government. For t...
Monday - 15th June, 2020
A green deal to remould the shape of our politics
A GREEN revolution is set to transform Irish politics after more than a month of high-stakes governm...
Saturday - 13th June, 2020
Schools will ditch social distance rules to reopen
THE Government is planning for the return of all pupils to schools, in a considered gamble that full...
Friday - 12th June, 2020
Island burials nearing the end
A boat carrying the remains of Edward McKiernan prepares to leave for St Mogues Island graveyard, on...
Thursday - 11th June, 2020
Green Party split as race for leadership on knife-edge
THE Green Party leadership battle is on a knife-edge but Eamon Ryan is currently just ahead of his d...
Wednesday - 10th June, 2020
Crèches can’t meet surge in demand if school hours cut
THE scale of the looming childcare crisis is revealed in official documents that warn of a surge in ...
Monday - 8th June, 2020
Two-metre rule to cost thousands their jobs
THOUSANDS of people will not be able to return to work in the tourism sector if the two-metre social...
Saturday - 6th June, 2020
The plan to speed up exit from lockdown
IRELAND is being fast-tracked out of months of Covid-19 lockdown after the Taoiseach announced a maj...
Friday - 5th June, 2020
Thursday - 4th June, 2020
Pandemic payment to be cut by 40pc for part-time workers
THE Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) for part-time workers will be slashed by 40pc as part of the...
Wednesday - 3rd June, 2020
Over-70s can invite visitors into homes
THE over-70s will next week be able to invite their grandchildren and others into their homes for th...
Tuesday - 2nd June, 2020
Hosepipe ban on way amid record water usage
IRISH Water is warning that a water conservation hosepipe ban is increasingly likely as the warm wea...
Saturday - 30th May, 2020
Healthcare scramble as private hospitals reopen
DOCTORS are expecting a major surge in patients whose treatment has been on hold for months followin...
Friday - 29th May, 2020
Parents set to get extra cash toward childcare
PARENTS will get more money to offset crèche fees and the State will play a greater role in...
Thursday - 28th May, 2020
Starting them young:
Lilly Rooney (5), from Dublin, wears a garda’s hat as she watches gardaí conducting a che...
Tuesday - 26th May, 2020
Monday - 25th May, 2020
Too risky to reduce social distancing, doctors warn
PUBLIC health experts have shot down calls to reduce the two-metre social-distancing rule and warned...
Saturday - 23rd May, 2020
Ministers push to cut 2m rule as hotspots revealed
MINISTERS have pushed for the two-metre social distancing rule to be eased as the Government conside...
Thursday - 21st May, 2020
Gaelscoil and grind students do worse in college
STUDENTS who attend Irish-speaking post-primary schools and grind schools fare less well in college ...
Wednesday - 20th May, 2020
The mounting cost of Covid-19
THE massive costs of the coronavirus crisis are mounting with feared extra spending on the national ...
Tuesday - 19th May, 2020
The sad passage of time
Sergeant Fergus Gaughan, who was famously photographed with Nora NÍ Mhaille in the kitchen ...
Monday - 18th May, 2020
nation starts first day of the new ‘normal’
AS THE first phase of easing of lockdown restrictions begins today, there is widespread nervousness ...
Saturday - 16th May, 2020
Shopping frenzy fear as stores reopen doors
THERE are fears that garden centres and hardware stores will face a frenzy of shoppers as Ireland ta...
Friday - 15th May, 2020
Lockdown lifts – but gatherings limited to within 5km
GROUPS of four people living within a 5km radius of each other will be permitted to meet up outside ...
Thursday - 14th May, 2020
300,000 ‘will be out of work for years to come’
HUNDREDS of thousands will remain out of work even after the Covid-19 pandemic has eased. F...
Wednesday - 13th May, 2020
RTÉ won’t be able to show classic GAA games
RTÉ has been locked out of the vast majority of GAA archive footage, despite it being the c...
Monday - 11th May, 2020
Travel showdown looms as UK eases quarantine laws
IRELAND risks a serious coronavirus travel rules clash with Britain over quarantining. Amon...
Saturday - 9th May, 2020
Leaving Cert chaos hits plans to reopen schools
THERE is growing doubt over the ability of schools to reopen in September after the Leaving Cert exa...
Friday - 8th May, 2020
Students will have to opt in to sit Leaving Cert papers
SWEEPING changes to this year’s Leaving Cert will allow for predictive grades, while students will...
Wednesday - 6th May, 2020
Fresh doubt over Leaving Cert as predictive marks are back on table
THE use of predictive grades to assess Leaving Cert students is on the agenda for a crunch meeting t...
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