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Independent inquiry to examine mother and baby homes in North

Level 5 extended until March 5th while officials consider ban on all non-essential travel into State

Pat Kenny ‘taken aback’ by scale of nursing home planned for site next to his home

More than 25% of Donnybrook hospital residents test positive for Covid

Bus driver appeals a conviction for causing death of cyclist in Dublin

Eat, move, think: What you need to know about children’s health (teenage girls)

‘I worry about my child falling behind, but my own work is beginning to suffer'

Covid-19: AstraZeneca offers to bring forward EU vaccine delivery to early February

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Man who saw his death announced on TV in October Crisis 50 years ago dies aged 99

Vaccine delay concerns push European stocks to a two-week low

Shoppers spent more in the four weeks up to Christmas than they did the previous year, according to data, which shows that footfall numbers climbed to just below pre-Covid-19 numbers

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Bus driver appeals conviction for causing death of cyclist in Dublin

What are the challenges the Government faces around quarantine and travel?

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

Covid-19: Northern Ireland records highest weekly death toll since start of pandemic

'Significant concerns' have been raised by inspectors of the UK’s leading gender identity service, where more than 180 Irish children have been referred since 2015

Covid-19: Ministers are to consider intensifying checks on people quarantining after travel

Infant burials likely to have taken place at Bessborough, commission finds

‘I’ve yet to meet a homeless woman who hasn’t been raped’: Campaigners seek to establish refuge for those assaulted on streets

Sweden set to close border with Norway after Oslo locks down

Gardaí stop cars going to and from Dublin Airport in a new travel crackdown

German chancellor Angela Merkel has said an 'ultima ratio' of border closures across the EU to contain virus mutations cannot be ruled out unless common rules are reached

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