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Student’s joint injury rehabilitation monitoring system wins SciFest 2020

Jennifer O’Connell: Dryrobe culture wars a symbol of change (with audio read by @jenoconnell )

Coronavirus: No further deaths and 252 new cases reported in the State

Irish prisoner in British jail challenges transfer refusal

Cyclist found with head injuries in Nenagh dies in hospital

Borrowing for pandemic rules out major public sector pay hike, Varadkar signals

Man (20) jailed for car jacking, false imprisonment of couple in Cork city

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Number of people receiving pandemic unemployment payment tops 350,000


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Our most-read story on @IrishTimes  this morning: Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions likely to be eased in two stages, as planning to roll-out vaccine begins

Covid-19: Minister says Christmas ‘free for all’ not on the cards as 318 cases reported

Man and woman hospitalised after aggravated burglary in Dublin

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Co-living no longer ‘trendy’ as it succumbs to political change of direction

The lovely FINDING JACK CHARLTON is worthy of its subject.

Mental health supports ‘immediately’ needed for direct-provision residents

‘Revenge porn’: Proposed law to introduce jail sentences

Dublin homelessness to cost €213m next year


Scoops of the Week

Geothermal energy could be new heat source for Ireland, reports show

Social tenants in Rathgar complex excluded from certain facilities

‘My grandfather was killed by the IRA on Bloody Sunday morning’

Top human rights bodies warn Joe Biden on Brexit threats to Belfast Agreement

Navajo Nation say Irish generosity is the ‘good in all of the bad that is going on’

Irish people donate €2.5m to Native American tribe devastated by coronavirus

Why are all these useless films now being declared classics? Me today.

Independent Senator Eileen Flynn was elected chair of the Joint Committee on key issues affecting the Traveller community on Thursday, making her the first person from her community to chair an Oireachtas committee

Four North parties demand public inquiry into Pat Finucane’s murder