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Cancer research projects slowed by Covid restrictions

1 hour 14 min ago
Cancer charities have raised concerns about the effect of the pandemic on cancer research amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Man dies following collision in Douglas, Cork

3 hours 21 min ago
A man in his 70s has died in a collision with a van in the car park of a football club on the outskirts of Cork city.

Dublin horse owners concerned amid hotel development

4 hours 14 min ago
Horse yard owners in Dublin's Liberties are concerned about how they will survive planned hotel development in the area.

Donegal hotelier plans closures in 'sad time' for staff

7 hours 42 min ago
A leading Donegal hotelier has said he fears the season is over and it could be St Patrick's Day before tourist towns like Bundoran see business getting back to normal.

Makhlouf: Nothing stopping banks giving payment breaks

8 hours 34 min ago
The Governor of the Central Bank has said that there is nothing in the system stopping banks from putting further payment breaks in place for borrowers who have been impacted by Covid-19.

Close contacts not restricting movements, warns GP

9 hours 14 min ago
A Donegal GP has said that close contacts who receive a negative Covid-19 test are not getting the message that they need to restrict their movements for 14 days.

Jail threat for guest after negative Thai resort review

9 hours 53 min ago
An American man has been sued by an island resort in Thailand over a negative Tripadvisor review, authorities have revealed.

175th anniversary of anti-slavery leader's Irish visit

9 hours 58 min ago
Escaped slave, Frederick Douglass, is today seen as an inspiration for the Black Lives Matter movement worldwide. However, it was in Ireland in 1845 where he spent what he described as some of the happiest days of his life, tasting freedom and campaigning against slavery.

Ukraine plane crash death toll climbs to 23

10 hours 32 min ago
At least 23 people were killed when a Ukrainian air force plane carrying mostly cadets in the east of the country crashed, emergency services said.

Anti-lockdown rally in London after new UK restrictions

10 hours 54 min ago
Protesters taking part in an anti-lockdown demonstration in London have been urged to abide by coronavirus restrictions and warned that violence will not be tolerated.

Seven held after two injured at former Hebdo office

11 hours 44 min ago
French police have detained a total of seven people following an attack with a meat cleaver that left two wounded outside the former offices of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

Why going to the GP may never be the same again

13 hours 14 min ago
Many things have changed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, including how we receive healthcare.

Other counties moving to Level 3 'not inevitable' - CMO

13 hours 33 min ago
Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn has said there is every chance that other areas of the country might move to Level 3 of Covid-19 restrictions, but it was not inevitable.

Fauci: 'I have been physically threatened and harassed'

13 hours 52 min ago
US infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci has been the victim of threats and harassment, he told Ryan Tubridy on RTÉ's Late Late Show last night.

Brexit: A tangle of high wire deadlines and ultimatums

14 hours 13 min ago
October is shaping up to be a tangle of high risk, high wire gambles where all the most divisive Brexit issues are supposed to get somehow resolved.

Pandemic is proving to be a test of humanity

14 hours 14 min ago
We are in a war with the virus and among ourselves, too. The uneasy consensus we had at the beginning has evaporated. There are new divisions among ordinary people, experts and politicians.

Lawmakers to consider assisted dying Bill

14 hours 14 min ago
Lawmakers are set to grapple with the complex issue of assisted dying as a new Bill has galvanised support for a conscience vote.

Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?

14 hours 14 min ago
There are estimated to be close to 18 thousand wolves living wild in Europe and in many areas their numbers are growing - but a controversial referendum in Switzerland this weekend could cement a law that would see the predator's numbers being more tightly controlled by shooting.

Man killed in suspected 'hit and run' in Co Meath

15 hours 22 min ago
Gardai say one person has been killed in a suspected 'hit and run' incident in County Meath.

Taoiseach to make video address to UN General Assembly

17 hours 12 min ago
Taoiseach Micheál Martin will address the 75th annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly today.