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UK Omicron cases doubling every two days - scientist Cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in the UK are soon expected to be higher than in some African countries placed on their travel red list, a scientist has warned
Negative views were widespread during lockdown - study New research carried out by the mental health charity Aware, analysing the general population's response to the Covid-19 pandemic, has found the public had a negative view of themselves, the world, and other people during the peak of the restrictions ...
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US to mark 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack The United States will mark the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on the US naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, later today.
Biden and Putin to discuss Ukraine during video call US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a high-stakes video conference call later today that Mr Biden will use to try to dissuade Moscow from invading Ukraine.
Indonesian volcano eruption death toll rises to 34 The death toll from the eruption of Indonesia's Mount Semeru volcano has risen to 34, the national disaster agency said, as aid was rushed to the affected region.
Cabinet to discuss Covid impact on hospitals, economy The Cabinet is meeting at Dublin Castle this morning and it is expected ministers will review the impact Covid-19 is having on hospitals and the economy.
Flooding and power cuts as Storm Barra makes landfall A number of weather warnings have taken effect across the country, as Storm Barra arrives, causing some flooding along the quays in Cork city, while at least 56,000 homes and businesses are without power.
Over 40% of first time buyers use gifts for deposit Over 40% of first time buyers used gifts as part of their deposit in the first half of this year, according to new figures from Banking and Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI).
RTÉ provided 'all information' requested on Creaven The Director General of RTÉ has said gardaí did not "raid" the station as part of their investigation into the convicted paedophile Kieran Creaven and did not "seize equipment".
'Omicron circulating in community' - UK health minister The Omicron variant of coronavirus is now circulating within the community, the UK's Health Secretary Sajid Javid has confirmed.
Unvaccinated people 'finding places they can get in' Head of the Economic and Social Research Institute's behavioural research unit has said its research suggests there are more unvaccinated people going to pubs and restaurants than one might think.
Govt to 'facilitate' NPHET over communicating advice The Taoiseach has said that the National Public Health Emergency Team and its members will always be facilitated by the Government in terms of articulating public health advice.
Five PUP rates between €150 and €350 for new entrants The Pandemic Unemployment Payment will have five rates when it reopens to new entrants laid off as a result of the latest Government Covid-19 restrictions from tomorrow.