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Court overturns €56,000 award for woman scalded by tea A woman who was awarded €56,000 by the High Court after she was scalded when trying to make tea in a glass jug has had the award of damages overturned by the Court of Appeal.
Grieving son makes health plea after father's death The son of a Co Mayo man, who died after contracting Covid-19, has urged people to adhere to the public health measures to keep their families safe and to stop the virus spreading.
Calls for 'fair and reasonable' pay for student nurses The Government has been strongly criticised for refusing to pay student nurses and midwives, while sanctioning an €81,000 per year increase for the next Secretary-General of the Department of Health.
Biden's inauguration speech: Democracy, truth and Covid US President Joe Biden spoke for just over 20 minutes after his swearing in. Here are some excerpts from his inaugural address.
Gaga brings star power to Biden's inauguration ceremony Lady Gaga launched Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony in style by performing a dramatic rendition of the US national anthem.
Biden will be 'true friend of Ireland' - Taoiseach Joe Biden will be a "true friend of Ireland", Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said, as he celebrated the new US President's ancestral links to the country.
Councils to consider apology over mother-and-baby homes A number of local authorities are considering making an apology for their involvement in mother-and-baby homes.
Sinn Féin's O'Neill to back British Army assistance Sinn Fein's leader in Northern Ireland, Michelle O'Neill, has indicated she will support the use of British military personnel in the battle against the Covid-19 virus.
Three dead after blast at religious complex in Madrid At least three people died and six were injured when a building in central Madrid belonging to the Catholic Church was blown apart by an explosion, local authorities said.
Justice Seamus Woulfe listed for Supreme Court hearing Mr Justice Seamus Woulfe is listed to sit on a panel with his Supreme Court colleagues next month to hear applications for leave to appeal.
RTÉ publishes list of top on-air earners for 2017-2019 RTÉ has published the earnings of its top ten earners for 2017, 2018 and 2019, and noted that it has cut the pay of its highest earning presenters by 15% in 2020.
Trump in Florida, says he'll be 'back in some form' Donald Trump has arrived at his resort home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, after leaving the White House for the last time.
Politics, Power and Pandemic: The Donald Trump Legacy When it comes to writing the story of the legacy of President Donald J Trump, the 45th President of the United States, there are two different tales to tell.
Optimism among recipients of vaccine in nursing homes Many residents in nursing homes across the country are optimistic for the year ahead as they receive their first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Biden calls for unity on 'day of history and hope' US President Joe Biden called for "unity" and pledged to be a president for "all Americans" at his inauguration in Washington, but warned of the challenges ahead as he takes on multiple crises.
Virus restrictions to be extended - Martin tells FF TDs Taoiseach Micheál Martin has told a Fianna Fáil parliamentary party meeting that Covid restrictions will last into February, as 61 more Covid-related deaths and 2,488 further cases were reported today.