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Chu 'fears for daughter's safety' amid racist abuse Dublin Lord Mayor Hazel Chu has said she was subjected to racist abuse outside her home in the Mansion House yesterday.
Irish men face life sentences for 39 migrant deaths Four people-smugglers are each facing possible life sentences for the killings of 39 migrants.
Current regime on travellers 'will not stop all cases' Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn has told the Oireachtas Health Committee that the regime in place at the moment for incoming passengers will not stop all cases of Covid-19 coming into this country.
Highest weekly death toll in NI since pandemic began Northern Ireland has recorded its highest weekly coronavirus death toll since the pandemic began.
Remote learning working better, but still challenging While remote learning during the current lockdown may be working better for some, it still presents challenges for many secondary school students.
Difficulties with NI protocol 'predicted', says Foster Difficulties with the Northern Ireland Protocol were predicted months ago, Stormont First Minister Arlene Foster has said.
Teenager questioned over alleged assault in Dublin A teenager is being questioned in connection with a serious assault in Dublin on Wednesday night.
Daniel Craig's final outing as James Bond delayed again Daniel Craig's final outing as James Bond has been delayed again as the film industry continues to grapple with the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
€5.4m supports for college students with special needs Measures to help students with autism and special needs are to be introduced at 23 higher education institutions at a cost of €5.4m.
Transmission levels 'too high for schools to reopen' Transmission levels of Covid-19 remain "frankly far too high" for schools to reopen, the HSE's Chief Clinical Officer Dr Colm Henry has said.
IOC dismisses reports Tokyo Games will be cancelled The International Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee have dismissed renewed speculation that the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games are set to be cancelled.
Google threatens to block search engine in Australia Google has threatened to block Australians from using its search service unless the government changed landmark legislation to make it pay news outlets for their content.
Call over housing scheme access for divorced, separated The new affordable housing scheme should be opened up to some of the country's 220,000 divorced and separated people, according to a support group.
Vaccine roll-out key to economic growth - Central Bank The Central Bank has forecast that growth in the economy will pick up in the second half of this year, if there is a successful roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccination programme.