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Frontline Heros: Pretty tyre-d — but on the road daily with vital deliveries

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:52:00 PM
Stephen Collins, motorbike rider volunteers with Bravo Tango Charlie, a Covid- 19 emergency kit service which is delivering PPE and other essential goods to hospitals, nursing homes and other care settings across the country. Photo: Moya Nolan Stephen Collins, motorbike rider volunteers with Bravo Tango Charlie, a Covid- 19 emergency kit service which is delivering PPE and other essential goods to hospitals, nursing homes and other care settings across the country. Photo: Moya Nolan

FF and Greens urged not to forget Occupied Territories Bill in govt talks

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:48:00 PM
Fianna Fáil and the Green Party are being urged not to allow the Occupied Territories Bill to fall through the cracks during the current government formation talks. Fianna Fáil and the Green Party are being urged not to allow the Occupied Territories Bill to fall through the cracks during the current government formation talks.

Warning issued to dog owners as weather set to heat up

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:25:00 PM
Overweight, older or flat-faced dogs such as pugs are more at risk of getting heatstroke in the fine weather. Overweight, older or flat-faced dogs such as pugs are more at risk of getting heatstroke in the fine weather.

Nursing Homes Ireland CEO: Residents and carers left 'isolated' by Government's Covid response

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:45:00 PM
Nursing home residents and their carers were left “isolated” by key State bodies at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Dáil’s Covid-19 committee will be told. Nursing home residents and their carers were left “isolated” by key State bodies at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Dáil’s Covid-19 committee will be told.

Brawl offenders will be identified using CCTV and social media videos

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:30:00 PM
Positive identifications are expected of the youths involved in a mass brawl in a Cork suburb at the weekend. Positive identifications are expected of the youths involved in a mass brawl in a Cork suburb at the weekend.

Transport authority to install hand sanitiser across fleets for passengers

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:20:00 PM
Hand sanitisers are to be installed in most public transport vehicles as part of plans to provide additional safeguards for the travelling public. Hand sanitisers are to be installed in most public transport vehicles as part of plans to provide additional safeguards for the travelling public.

O'Sullivan has yet to decide who to back in Green Party leadership contest

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:02:00 PM
Green MEP Grace O'Sullivan has refused to be drawn on who she would back in a party leadership contest. Green MEP Grace O'Sullivan has refused to be drawn on who she would back in a party leadership contest.

Gardaí very concerned for welfare man, 75 missing in Dublin

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:45:00 PM
Gardaí are appealing for the public's assistance in locating the whereabouts of Danny Toye, 75. Gardaí are appealing for the public's assistance in locating the whereabouts of Danny Toye, 75.

Varadkar hails ‘day of hope’ as no new Covid-19 deaths reported

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:29:00 PM
The last day when no death was reported in Ireland was on March 21. The last day when no death was reported in Ireland was on March 21.

Temperatures set to hit mid-20s ahead of Bank Holiday Weekend

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:16:03 PM
Temperatures are set to rise into the low to mid-20-degree range this week, in the days leading up to the June Bank Holiday Weekend. Temperatures are set to rise into the low to mid-20-degree range this week, in the days leading up to the June Bank Holiday Weekend.

New registration portal for Leaving Cert students to receive calculated grades

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:11:00 PM
Leaving Cert students have until Thursday to register their details with the Department of Education to ensure they receive calculated grades, as the time-sensitive registration process opens tomorrow. Leaving Cert students have until Thursday to register their details with the Department of Education to ensure they receive calculated grades, as the time-sensitive registration process opens tomorrow.

Government unlikely to cut two-metre distancing for now

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:09:00 PM
The government is unlikely to halve the physical distancing guidelines in the short-term, despite calls from ministers. The government is unlikely to halve the physical distancing guidelines in the short-term, despite calls from ministers.

Army blames Covid-19 for continued failure to give affidavit to former Air Corps mechanic

Monday May 25th, 2020 07:00:00 PM
The army cannot give a signed affidavit to the legal team of a former Air Corps mechanic because of Covid-19 physical distancing rules. The army cannot give a signed affidavit to the legal team of a former Air Corps mechanic because of Covid-19 physical distancing rules.

School-based mental health programmes for teens analysed

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:13:00 PM
School-based mental health programmes aimed at young people in the later years of second-level can be effective but when "not implemented with high quality, the intended effects of the program are lost", according to new research. School-based mental health programmes aimed at young people in the later years of second-level can be effective but when "not implemented with high quality, the intended effects of the program are lost", according to new research.

Mary Lou McDonald comments 'hammer home Fine Gael concerns' over talks

Monday May 25th, 2020 05:58:00 PM
Comments made by Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald about the IRA campaign during the Troubles "hammer home concerns" which Fine Gael has about the party, according to a TD. Comments made by Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald about the IRA campaign during the Troubles "hammer home concerns" which Fine Gael has about the party, according to a TD.

HSE-private hospitals deal exempt from regular accounting practices

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:00:00 PM
The deal between the HSE and private hospitals, which saw those institutions effectively taken over to provide additional bed capacity for the coronavirus crisis, was agreed in such a manner as to be exempt from regular accounting practices. The deal between the HSE and private hospitals, which saw those institutions effectively taken over to provide additional bed capacity for the coronavirus crisis, was agreed in such a manner as to be exempt from regular accounting practices.

Scouting Ireland abuse survivors call for criminal investigation

Monday May 25th, 2020 05:38:00 PM
The Scout Abuse Survivors group, representing victims of institutional sexual abuse in the Scouting Ireland organisation, says a criminal investigation has to be launched. The Scout Abuse Survivors group, representing victims of institutional sexual abuse in the Scouting Ireland organisation, says a criminal investigation has to be launched.

Three men charged with murder of Irish teen Cian English in Australia

Monday May 25th, 2020 06:22:00 PM
Three men have been charged with the murder of an Irish teenager in Australia over the weekend as tributes poured in for him. Three men have been charged with the murder of an Irish teenager in Australia over the weekend as tributes poured in for him.

'Glaring gaps’ in mental health services must be tackled in post-Covid Ireland, says PNA

Monday May 25th, 2020 05:35:00 PM
PNA general secretary Peter Hughes called for an end to “lip service and idle promises” on mental health services. PNA general secretary Peter Hughes called for an end to “lip service and idle promises” on mental health services.

Maurice McCabe appeals for donations to legal aid service for whistleblowers

Monday May 25th, 2020 05:08:00 PM
A GoFundMe campaign has been launched in order to provide free legal advice to whistleblowers. A GoFundMe campaign has been launched in order to provide free legal advice to whistleblowers.

'It indicates we have suppressed Covid-19' - No new deaths today

Monday May 25th, 2020 05:14:00 PM
'>The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today reported no new coronavirus deaths, a first since the pandemic spread to Ireland and closed down the country. The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today reported no new coronavirus deaths, a first since the pandemic spread to Ireland and closed down the country.

Restaurateurs call for reduction in social distancing requirements

Monday May 25th, 2020 04:48:14 PM
The government is being urged by representatives of the restaurant sector to follow the example of other European countries, and reduce the 2-metre social distancing requirement to 1 metre. The government is being urged by representatives of the restaurant sector to follow the example of other European countries, and reduce the 2-metre social distancing requirement to 1 metre.

'It defies logic' that teenage girl raped by father failed to notice his implants, appeal hears

Monday May 25th, 2020 04:39:00 PM
'>It "defies logic" that a teenage girl who was orally raped by her father failed to notice his penis implants, his lawyers told the Court of Appeal today. It "defies logic" that a teenage girl who was orally raped by her father failed to notice his penis implants, his lawyers told the Court of Appeal today.

Covid-19 unemployment payment could result in tax bill for recipients

Monday May 25th, 2020 04:24:00 PM
The Government is reminding anyone receiving the Pandemic Unemployment Payment, instituted as an emergency response to layoffs made in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, that they could face a tax bill at the end of the year. The Government is reminding anyone receiving the Pandemic Unemployment Payment, instituted as an emergency response to layoffs made in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, that they could face a tax bill at the end of the year.

Pub owners take FBD Insurance to court over cover for closures during pandemic

Monday May 25th, 2020 04:14:00 PM
'>Pub owners have gone to court in a row over insurance cover during the Covid-19 pandemic. Pub owners have gone to court in a row over insurance cover during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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