Six millionth vaccine dose administered this morning

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The six millionth Covid-19 vaccine was administered in Ireland this morning

Two popular Dublin nightclubs scrap reopening due to lack of clarity on guidelines

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Two popular venues located in Dublin have scrapped their reopening plans citing the government's "lack of clarity" over current health guidelines.

Teenager released without charge following Limerick collision

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A teenager who was involved in a fatal car collision in Limerick has been released without charge

Workers will be granted 10 days paid sick leave phased in between now and...

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The Cabinet has signed off on legislation which will see employees receive ten sick days leave per year, which will be paid.

EU health authorities say there’s ‘no urgent need’ for Covid-19 vaccine boosters

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The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have both said there is no urgent...

Almost half of all Covid-19 tests carried out last week were in children –...

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The Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed that almost half of Covid-19 tests carried out last week were in children.

Investigation launched after a number of youths attacked a group of boys in St....

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Gardaí are investigating a serious assault after a number of youths attacked a group of boys in St. Stephens Green.

Talks underway between hospitality industry and government representatives

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Talks are to resume between government representatives and the hospitality industry

COVID-19: Llama antibodies could provide new treatment for virus

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New research suggests that llama antibodies could provide new treatments for Covid-19

Up to 90% of petrol stations in the UK have run dry

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Fuel shortages across Britain are running dangerously low following an abundance of panic buying, as well as a general shortage of HGV...