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‘I think my friend's in an abusive relationship and I don't know how to help her'

‘Pipeline’ of Covid-19 patients into ICU a challenge for hospitals, says HSE chief

Garda trauma: Sean was a garda for just six weeks when he saw his first body

Confidence in Nkencho shooting investigation ‘needs to be restored’

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Churches in North extend restrictions on public worship until March

Leaving Cert contingency talks to intensify this week as decision expected

Afghanistan cruise past Ireland despite Paul Stirling’s century via @IrishTimesSport 

#PI_Daily A rare, quiet week ahead on @NewHorizons2015 . Our spacecraft will be collecting cruise science data around the clock though. Back here on Earth, my work this week will primarily be regular mission leadership meetings and reviewing several new research results papers.

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Jennifer O'Connell: Joe Biden’s cabinet looks like America. The Dáil doesn’t look much like Ireland

Covid-19: EU says it will make vaccine companies respect their supply contracts

Covid-19 infection rate in hospitals is ‘out of control’

Gardaí have seized a large quantity of cannabis and cash along with a firearm and ammunition following a search operation in counties Louth and Monaghan on Saturday

Mental health supports being provided during pandemic by ‘well intentioned’ but untrained people

Covid-19: EU says it will make vaccine companies respect supply contracts


Scoops of the Week

Covid-19: Church of Ireland urges parishes to offer buildings as vaccination centres

After four years of turmoil, controversy and national division that culminated with the storming of the US Capitol by supporters of a president who refused to accept his election defeat, the US is on the cusp of a very different presidency

Badge of distinction: Meet the first Sikh to join the Garda Reserves

Mandatory quarantining of incoming travellers is not workable in the State because of the open Border with the North and because it would be disproportionate, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said.

St Patrick’s Day parade cancelled for second year in a row

Shooting of farmer by British army in 1974 ‘unjustified’, coroner rules

Varadkar leaked GP contract while Harris urgently sought copy

Taoiseach wants European languages to be taught across all primary schools

Trump flies out to the strains on My Way...

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