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All maternity hospitals can allow partner visits from November 1st

Personal injury claims are ‘scourge of the travel industry’, group says

Competition: Win a luxury two-night stay at The Croke Park hotel

A 101st birthday; a centenary service in Armagh; and Thriller comes to Ballyjamesduff - The Images of the Day, selected by @laurahutts 

Exchange of stilted pleasantries as Simon Coveney meets Boris Johnson at Armagh service

It’s annoying, but it’s no this… 👇🏻

Healthcare worker challenges refusal to allow her work from home

Sponsored: The pandemic has highlighted issues around sleep management and mental wellbeing, but physical health and immunity have been focuses too

Male placentas produce more proinflammatory molecules than female placentas, while pregnant people carrying male fetuses produce fewer antibodies in response to infection.


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Minister for Culture and Arts Catherine Martin confirmed that up to 1,500 people attending music concerts will be allowed to stand, with the remaining members of the audience sitting

Church service marking partition of Ireland under way in Armagh

Ireland well suited for ‘15-minute cities’ – report finds

What is cum-ex trading and what is Ireland’s role in it?

Donnelly said an “unacceptably high number” of hospitality operators are not enforcing the regulations to ensure that only vaccinated patrons are entering their venues

Ex-council employee jailed for six months for releasing rats into office over grievance

Charity’s emergency counselling service cut need for ambulance call-outs by half - report


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Most read right now: Holohan calls for no removal of public health restrictions until February 2022

Universities call for Leaving Cert results to be given in June

Plans to sell rezoned Dublin jam factory site for €25m leaves sour taste

The imposition of a three-month sentence on a then-serving garda who choked his ex-partner and broke her fingers will discourage other victims from coming forward, the National Women’s Council of Ireland has said

Ireland has one of the highest levels of Covid-19 in Europe and the numbers of cases, hospitalisations and deaths are once again trending in the wrong direction

Same sex couple both recognised as parents of their children after lengthy campaign

New reopening plan: No capacity limits on weddings and nightclubs to reopen

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Lesser point in already notorious review of BELFAST. Author seems to think Branagh's family emigrating to England gives a clue as to which "community" they hailed from. Yeah, because there are NO Irish Catholic immigrants in England. (They are particularly rare in NW London.)

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