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 2021-06-02 06:07 

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Hopes for tourism boost as hospitality sector reopens...

Hotels, B&Bs, self-catering accommodation and hostels can reopen from today, as the gradual lifting of Covid-19 restrictions on the tourism and hospitality sector begins....

 2021-06-02 01:00 

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'Definite progress' on just two issues over NI Protocol...

Senior British government sources say technical discussions around 30 areas of disagreement with the European Union on the Northern Ireland Protocol have resulted in definite progress on just two of the issues....

 2021-06-02 00:05 

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Under-25s six times more likely to be in temporary work...

People aged under 25 are almost six times more likely to be in temporary work than their older counterparts, according to a new study on decent work by the ESRI and the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission....

 2021-06-01 21:31 

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'There'll be a celebration when I'm off the PUP'...

Twin brothers Neil and Paul Casey are among the many workers concerned their PUP payments will be reduced before they can fully return to work, explains Barry Cummins....

 2021-06-01 21:11 

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EU agrees rules for corporate tax transparency...

Negotiators for the European Parliament and European Union member states have agreed rules for greater tax transparency for multinationals....

 2021-06-01 20:37 

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Sinn Fin's Boylan nominated to stand for by-election...

Senator Lynn Boylan has been nominated to stand as the Sinn Fin candidate in the Dublin Bay South constituency by the party's Inner City Cumann....

 2021-06-01 20:02 

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City crowds: Are we prepared for an outdoor summer?...

Though we've been hearing the phrase 'outdoor summer' since February, crowded city streets have exposed gaps that may dent those ambitions, explains Conor Wilson....

 2021-06-01 18:22 

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Finnish PM to pay back 14,000 for meal expenses...

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin is pledging to pay back thousands of euro in meal expenses in a bid to contain the fallout from revelations about her family's taxpayer-subsidised breakfasts....

 2021-06-01 16:28 

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PUP, tax changes put austerity back on political agenda...

Not since the dark days of the crash have we seen what amounts to a second budget squeezed into the year but this time round, rather than extracting billions from the economy, the Government is pumping in money....

 2021-06-01 15:58 

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Poots denies delaying reshuffle amid DUP internal rift...

New DUP leader Edwin Poots has denied he has delayed making ministerial appointments in response to an internal rift within the party....

 2021-06-01 15:58 

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WHO gives emergency approval to Sinovac vaccine...

The World Health Organization has approved a Covid-19 vaccine made by drugmaker Sinovac Biotech for emergency use listing, paving the way for a second Chinese shot to be used in poor countries....

 2021-06-01 15:25 

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Court rules it has jurisdiction in Lunney assault case...

The Special Criminal Court has rejected arguments that it has no jurisdiction to hear the trial of four men accused of causing serious harm to Quinn Industrial Holdings director Kevin Lunney....

 2021-06-01 15:04 

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Demonstration held ahead of Dil motion on Belarus...

A protest was held at the Dil today to highlight the deteriorating human rights situation in Belarus....

 2021-06-01 14:52 

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Tulsa waits on reparations 100 years after massacre...

In the US city of Tulsa, which still bears the scars of a 1921 racial massacre, African American residents are eagerly awaiting the arrival of President Joe Biden, hoping he will hear their call for financial reparations....

 2021-06-01 14:26 

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Covid patients in NI hospitals lowest since March 2020...

The number of people in hospital in Northern Ireland with Covid-19 has fallen to its lowest level since March last year....

 2021-06-01 14:19 

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Decision to reduce PUP 'premature and unfair' - SF...

The Sinn Fin leader described the reductions in the Pandemic Unemployment Payment from September as premature and deeply unfair....

 2021-06-01 13:55 

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At a glance: What's in the Economic Recovery Plan...

The Economic Recovery Plan sets out how the Government will support the full resumption of economic activity and get people back to work....

 2021-06-01 13:52 

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First known Irish Covid-19 reinfection case reported...

A team of clinicians here have reported what they believe to be the first known case of Covid-19 reinfection in Ireland....

 2021-06-01 13:06 

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Man gets 18 years for killing Dubliner in South Africa...

A court in South Africa has sentenced a 27-year-old man to 18 years in prison for the killing of Dubliner John Curran in 2018....

 2021-06-01 12:55 

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Recovery plan gives certainty and relief to businesses...

The Government's National Economic Recovery Plan provides certainty for business as the economy gradually begins to transition from Covid restrictions over the coming months, business group Ibec has said....

 2021-06-01 12:42 

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Investigation into claims of drug taking by some garda...

The Garda Anti-Corruption Unit is carrying out a small number of investigations in relation to allegations of drug taking by members of the force and possible infiltration by organised crime....

 2021-06-01 12:21 

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Court hears abuse photos 'posted on Facebook'...

A young girl who was allegedly repeatedly raped and sexually abused by family members told investigators her father had contacted her after she went into foster care and told her not to tell anyone about it....

 2021-06-01 12:03 

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'Enormous damage to be undone' - recovery plan unveiled...

Taoiseach Michel Martin has said the pandemic had a "swift and unprecedented" impact, the largest outside the world wars....

 2021-06-01 11:40 

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Canon law updated to address paedophilia by priests...

Pope Francis has updated the Catholic Church's criminal code, adding directives on punishing sexual abuse crimes of minors by priests that have long been sought by activists against paedophilia....

 2021-06-01 10:38 

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Lough Derg pilgrimage cancelled for second year running...

The traditional pilgrimage on Lough Derg will not go ahead this summer for the second consecutive year due to Covid-19....

 2021-06-01 10:27 

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Anger in Italy as notorious mafia killer released...

Italians have reacted with dismay at the release from prison of an infamous mafia boss who assassinated Italy's most famous prosecutor and dissolved a boy's body in acid, among other crimes....

 2021-06-01 10:23 

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Eir says seeking up to 140 redundancies...

Eir is opening a voluntary redundancy scheme that could see up to 140 staff leave the organisation....

 2021-06-01 10:23 

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Rwanda police arrest YouTuber for 'genocide denial'...

Rwandan authorities said they had arrested a highly critical YouTuber on charges of denying the 1994 genocide, which could land him in jail for over a decade if he is found guilty....

 2021-06-01 10:22 

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Kremlin critic pulled off Warsaw-bound flight...

A prominent Kremlin critic is facing a criminal investigation in Russia after being pulled off a Warsaw-bound flight as police searched the homes of several government opponents....

 2021-06-01 09:58 

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Six arrested over theft of catalytic converters...

Six people have been arrested in Co Clare by garda investigating suspected organised crime....

 2021-06-01 09:30 

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Dept of Health working to restore systems...

The Department of Health has said that work is continuing to restore the essential work of the department as quickly and as safely as possible....

 2021-06-01 09:26 

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Concert goers may get Covid tests before NCH event...

The Chief Executive of the National Concert Hall has said it is likely that concert-goers attending next week's event at the Iveagh Gardens will be given antigen tests for Covid-19 before entry....

 2021-06-01 08:52 

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China confirms first human case of bird flu strain...

China has reported the world's first human infection of the H10N3 bird flu strain, but said the risk of it spreading widely among people was low....

 2021-06-01 08:47 

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Poots' comments lack 'adherence to reality' - EU envoy...

The EU's ambassador to the UK has accused new DUP leader Edwin Poots of making comments about the post-Brexit Northern Ireland Protocol that lack "adherence to reality"....

 2021-06-01 07:44 

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Over 1,000 pharmacies apply to administer vaccine...

The Secretary General of the Irish Pharmacy Union has said pharmacists will be glad to get started on the vaccination programme and over 1,000 pharmacies have already applied to be involved in the scheme....

 2021-06-01 07:37 

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Drone captures moment it crashes into erupting volcano...

A videographer has captured the moment his drone crashed into the erupting Fagradalsjfall volcano in Iceland....

 2021-06-01 07:30 

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Apache Pizza to open 20 new stores, creating 300 jobs...

Apache Pizza has said it plans to open 20 new stores and create 300 jobs over the next six months, having recorded a 17% increase in sales during the first four months of the year....

 2021-06-01 07:28 

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Athletes support Osaka after French Open withdrawal...

Leading figures in tennis and sport have rallied to support Naomi Osaka after the women's world number two withdrew from the French Open in a row about post-match media duties, saying she had been suffering from "depression" and "anxiety&#...

 2021-06-01 07:17 

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Peru has highest global Covid-19 mortality rate...

Peru more than doubled its official coronavirus death toll, becoming the country with the highest Covid-19 mortality per capita anywhere in the world....

 2021-06-01 06:56 

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Iceland's glaciers lose 7% of surface in 20 years...

Iceland's glaciers have lost around 750sq/km, or 7% of their surface, since the turn of the millennium due to global warming, a study has shown....

 2021-06-01 06:26 

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Government to layout roadmap to economic recovery...

The Government will unveil its Economic Recovery Plan later today which is expected to lay out a roadmap for the economy as it emerges from the impact of Covid-19....

 2021-06-01 06:26 

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Government to layout roadmap to economic recovery...

The Government will unveil its Economic Recovery Plan later today, which is expected to lay out a roadmap for the economy as it emerges from the impact of Covid-19....

 2021-06-01 00:00 

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Pandemic impacted disadvantaged children most - study...

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on children and young people living in disadvantaged communities, the Irish Youth Foundation has warned....

 2021-06-01 00:00 

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Minister seeks renewal of acts to combat terrorism...

The Minister for Justice will seek Cabinet approval today to renew the Offences Against the State Act and the 2009 Criminal Justice Act for a further year....

 2021-05-31 23:32 

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Biden makes racial justice pledge on Tulsa anniversary...

US President Joe Biden has pledged to work for racial justice on the centenary of a massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma that targeted the prosperous African-American community in the district of Greenwood....

 2021-05-31 19:35 

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Canadian govt to support search for student graves...

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pledged more support for indigenous communities, including to expand excavations at old boarding schools across Canada after remains of 215 indigenous children were discovered at one location....

 2021-05-31 18:05 

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Appeal to identify body found off Clare coast in 2010...

Garda are launching a fresh appeal to the public to help identify the body of a man recovered in the sea at the Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare almost 11 years ago....

 2021-05-31 17:33 

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Macron: Reports of US spying on Europe 'not acceptable'...

French President Emmanuel Macron has said that wire tapping allies is unacceptable after reports that the US National Security Agency had spied on European partners with Denmark's assistance....

 2021-05-31 17:31 

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Senegal 'escape ace' breaks out of jail again...

A Senegalese prisoner notorious for staging daring jail breaks has mounted another escape from a high-security facility in the capital Dakar, prison officials have said....

 2021-05-31 17:08 

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'Time has come' for pandemic treaty - WHO head...

The head of the World Health Organization has called for the launch of negotiations this year on an international treaty to boost pandemic preparedness, as part of sweeping reforms envisioned by member states....

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