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Coronavirus: Lockdowns may be used in NI to curb disease

Lawyers for some Bloody Sunday victims claim PPS approach ‘fundamentally flawed’

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Boris Johnson urges nations to deliver on $100bn climate aid pledge

Truck driver who failed to pay 589 tolls on M50 fined £20,000

Q&A tainted water: What happened at two treatment plants?

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Wyoming woman catches rare pneumonic plague from cats


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Irish Water ‘ultimately accountable’ for failure at treatment plant

No change to mask rules for schools as Hiqa says it is ‘premature’ to consider removing requirements

Tenor fails to rent home as work in Covid-hit sector deemed precarious

Gardaí appeal for help finding boy (4) missing from Kilkenny

Committee is also set to invite Martin Fraser, the State’s highest-ranking civil servant, to appear

‘Big Beach Clean’ removes 43 tons of rubbish from shores


Scoops of the Week

Relatives of those killed in Troubles to challenge UK government’s legacy proposals in UN address

52 fall ill after ‘abject failures’ at drinking water plants serving Dublin and Wexford

Constitutional experts back President Higgins over John Bruton

United Ireland could be the next big change engineered by young voters

Anti-vaccine campaigner Dolores Cahill no longer listed on UCD staff directory

‘Some explanations President gave for declining invitation involve going out of the way to take offence’

Cork teenagers win top prize at European young scientist competition

Farming practices and climate change affecting Irish river water quality

Pop-up vaccination centres will open across many college campuses this month, Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris has said