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There were sharp exchanges in the Dáil when Taoiseach Micheál Martin accused Labour leader Alan Kelly of being 'populist and wrong' after he claimed the Government’s revised Living with Covid strategy is 'laughable'

Amnesty International no longer considers jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny a 'prisoner of conscience' due to past comments he made that qualify as advocacy of hatred, the group said.

The reopening of schools starting next week is not a signal that household visits and playdates for children are allowed, a senior Government official has said

Two more people with Covid-19 have died in Northern Ireland, the North’s Department of Health reported on Wednesday

Driving licence expiry dates to be extended for second time

Gardaí ordered to give husband secret recordings made of him by wife

The Government’s plan for reopening is based on vaccinations changing the picture in the months ahead. Cliff Taylor on how might this pan out in the months ahead

Covid-19: School closures a matter for health experts, says Minister


Scoops of the Day

What is in the new Living with Covid plan released by the Government?

The Irish Prison Service is trying to get Facebook to remove an online group for prison officers on the basis that it contains racist and anti-Traveller material.

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Handling of PPE shipments from China criticised in HSE audit

Consideration will be given to extending 5km exercise limit at the beginning of April

Recruitment difficulties jeopardise plans to transfer lab work from the US to Ireland

Lack of trust causing women to put their lives at risk, CervicalCheck warns

Ireland has ordered enough vaccines for 10.3m people - Minister

Escapee from UK prison jailed for dealing cannabis in Cork

Hotel quarantine plans a ‘box ticking’ exercise and do not go far enough, says Opposition


Scoops of the Week

Growing Covid-19 cases in young people due to house visits, not parties - HSE

The “Irish Aid – Government of Ireland” logos are clearly visible among the debris of broken solar panels, children’s belongings and destroyed tents, marking items donated to the Palestinian families by an EU umbrella group

Covid-19 infections in hospital staff down 90% since rollout of vaccines

Chef says he will open his restaurant on July 1st ‘no matter what’

Covid-19 infections in hospital staff down 90 per cent since rollout of vaccines

I agreed with Martin Scorsese about the horrible rise of "content" to describe films, book, journalism and other stuff we care about.

Fine Gael Senator urges exemption to 5km travel limit for golfers and sea swimmers

Call for spread of Pfizer vaccine doses as study indicates high protection from one shot

Hospitality will not reopen before mid-summer, Taoiseach says