25 July 2021
Phil Hogan, Ireland's EU commissioner, has withdrawn from the contest to be the next WTO director-general
Micheál Martin to be elected today as Ireland's PM.
Free school meals WILL be provided to the 97,000 eligible kids in NI this summer.
Canada has lost it's bid for a UN Security Council seat. Norway takes 130 votes. Ireland takes 128 votes. Canada came in at 108 votes. Didn't need to go to subsequent rounds
Wings wave as the An-225 left Shannon this morning
Ireland to accelerate plan to ease lockdown restrictions in coming days: PM
Police investigating dissident republican activity say four men were arrested in Derry yesterday
1 year ago
Continuity IRA staging some kind of armed "patrol" in rural Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It's close to where a bomb exploded last year in August
Dublin's Mater Hospital - one of Ireland's biggest & busiest - only reporting 244 cases of Covid19, some dating back to March. Legal requirement to disclose
Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster says "now is not the time to lift restrictions"
1 year ago
Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron drawing up a 'safe corridor' of travel without quarantine between UK, France and Ireland to save summer holidays
INM has released a statement tonight revealing threats by loyalist militants against colleauges in Belfast offices who work for the 'Sunday World' and 'Sunday Life'. One journalist was told of a planned under-car booby trap attack
Irish Foreign Minister Coveney: Unless There Is Significant Progress In Brexit Talks, We Will Reach Another Crisis Point
A new poll published by @emireland suggests 32% in the Republic believe there'll be a United Ireland within the next 10 years.
Ireland says it has succeeded in stabilizing the spread of the Coronavirus
1 year ago
Further 43 people in Ireland lost their lives to Covid19 in last 24 hours - highest daily toll so far
Ireland has the highest daily increase in coronavirus infections by 500 cases, for a total of 6,574 infections
Three people diagnosed with COVID19 in Northern Ireland have died in the past 24 hours, bringing the death toll there to 73. There is a total of 1,255 confirmed cases in the North, an increase of 97 since yesterday
Taoiseach: Will make decision towards end of next week in whether restrictions can be relaxed or extended. COVID19
Another 14 people have sadly died from Covid19 Dept of Health announces a further 212 cases. Death toll at 85 with 3,447 total cases
Taoiseach: With effect from midnight, for 2 weeks, everyone must stay at home in all circumstances unless excepted
235 new confirmed cases of COVID19 in Ireland. Total in the Republic stands at 1,564. Total on the island of Ireland is 1,771
Health Protection Surveillance Centre confirms two patients in Ireland have died from COVID19
Ireland records 191 new cases of coronavirus, bringing its total to 557 cases
74 new cases of COVID19 diagnosed in Ireland. Total of 366 cases
"A time of national sacrifice" Ireland Covid19 This was the address delivered by an Taoiseach @LeoVaradkar, the Prime Minister of Ireland. "Fear is a virus in itself"
Taoiseach is to make Ministerial Broadcast to country at 9pm on COVID19. Being made under Section 112 of Broadcast Act, which allows Government broadcasting time for announcements in the event of major emergency
The Irish government is asking pubs in the country to close until at least March 29th and "strongly advises against" any house parties
Russian Air Force Tu-160 instead of Tu-142 flights today near England and Ireland
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says all schools and colleges will close from 6pm Thursday until March 29
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