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Tuesday, 26 January 2021

People probably think we're a bit obsessed. Sometimes you have to be'

“It's very difficult for people in Ireland at the minute,” Sarah Rowe shakes ... of the world, the Irish duo are gearing up for another season in the AFLW.


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Did you get your vaccine yet? The question we will be asking for months

This puts Ireland close to the top of the European league table currently in terms of the Covid 19 vaccination rate per head of population. So we are ...


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Gardaí raid Dublin shebeen and find alcohol, beer kegs and cash

47 per cent of people polled still want Northern Ireland to remain in the UK, More than half in North want vote on a united Ireland, poll finds ...


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This Covid lockdown is particularly hard, so it's important to mind your mental health

Many people are struggling with the lockdown restrictions, and January – historically speaking – is the coldest, darkest and wettest month in Ireland. The ...


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No longer merely lapsed: In Ireland today, we are choosing our religion

Over half (53.7%) were Irish by nationality. Joyce Fegan has asked people who have changed religion, faith and spirituality, to explain why they left ...


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Ireland's billionaires' fortunes increase by €3.28bn during pandemic

The 1,000 richest people on the planet recouped their Covid-19 losses ... Mirroring this global inequality trend, Ireland's own nine billionaires saw their ...


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Michael Clifford: Is inequality improving or worsening in Ireland?

The SILC survey did show falling inequality but it also highlighted that 637,000 people continue to live in poverty in a country with less than a population ...


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Ireland to contribute €50m to global vaccine programme

It aims to ensure that people in all corners of the world will get access to Covid-19 vaccines once they are available, regardless of their wealth. “Ireland ...


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