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New Covid testing rules for inbound travellers due to come in today is delayed for 48 hours
A negative Covid-19 test will be required for all those arriving into Ireland from Sunday.
A negative Covid-19 test will be required for all those arriving into Ireland from Sunday.
Seif al-Islam, once the heir-apparent to his father, had been barred because of past convictions for violence against protesters.
Hiqa has published three reviews on the duration of immunity following the jab to inform the work of the National Immunisation Advisory Committee
Here’s what’s making the headlines this morning.
Ireland's only dedicated wildlife hospital faces an uncertain future as it has to vacate its current location in the next month.
It will be open to those who don’t have a current permission to reside in Ireland.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is calling for urgent action to address Ireland's rising waste volumes and falling recycling rates.
At least 14,670 sexual orientation hate crime offences were recorded from January to August 2021 in the UK.
There will be a decrease in the number of children with a disability in Ireland by 2030 due to falling fertility rates, according to joint research by the ESRI and Pobal.
“I don’t have anything to hide,” he said.
Alec Baldwin has said his acting career may be over as he denied pulling the trigger in the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust.
The Social Democrats TD says Ireland’s record on caring for disabled people is entirely lacking.
The Government has delayed the introduction of PCR and antigen testing for air and sea passengers arriving into Ireland by 48 hours.
Actor denies pulling trigger in incident that caused death of Halyna Hutchins
Sinn Féin leader tells US audience that Brexit ‘a product of narrow English nationalism’
Most people in Ireland agree that more should be done by employers to accommodate employees with disabilities, according to a survey by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
Australia has reported a student with no history of foreign travel had tested positive for the Covid-19 Omicron variant, the country's first detected case of community transmission.
EWSS controversy continues as Revenue chief speaks out about suspected fraud, and the Hotels Federation highlights €92m loss in cancellations
The highly publicised trial has attracted false internet-based claims before so let’s take a look at the latest allegations.
The research found that it is ‘vital’ that children with disabilities have equal access to early learning and school age care and education.
In 2019, municipal waste increased by 6% to 3.1m tonnes, packaging waste increased by 11% to 1.1m tonnes and hazardous waste increased by 10% to 0.6m tonnes, according to the Environmental Protection Agency
Up to 17,000 undocumented migrants 'living in the shadows' could become Irish citizens under an amnesty to be announced today
A revamped Dublin city centre space has smart, delicious cooking that’s true to its roots
You have to wonder why some men pursue relationships with younger women
Six leading disability and mental health umbrella organisations, representing hundreds of thousands of people, have called on the Government to publish its report on the Cost of Disability.
While it is difficult to find an average cost of disability, it is recognised that disabled people incur extra living costs, writes Ailbhe Conneely.
There is a lot of news about Covid-19 recently, and many elements are changing regularly. With that in mind, we asked our Instagram followers what aspects they were unsure about, and have answered - or attempted to answer - those questions.
Coast Guard and Civil Defence were also involved in the mission that brought an at-risk person to safety
Review: Joe Duffy presides over tetchy debates on bungalows and masks in schools
Montessori owner says parish has no reason to put it out of its home — and a parent says their decision left her 'devastated'
New biography devotes more attention to family rejection of Moriarty contents than to findings
The Covid-19 booster vaccine rollout is ongoing in Ireland at the moment.
Up to 17,000 undocumented people, including 3,000 children, may be eligible
The Government has approved a scheme to regularise thousands of undocumented migrants and their families who are living in Ireland.
Ministers and officials to consider reduced capacity for pubs and restaurants
Senior Government sources told the Irish Examiner the restrictions, once approved by Cabinet, will be in place “throughout December and January” at least, until we “get to grips with the Omicron variant”
The 59-year-old allegedly told the housekeeper to only speak to Epstein ‘when he asked questions’.
The arrest warrant states that Nazi-related materials were uncovered during a search of his address.
New interim manager Ralf Rangnick was watching from the stands as United recorded a 3-2 win.
Legislation that will allow the government to reinstate mandatory hotel quarantine passed all stages in the Dáil this evening.
Enrique Martin Gutierrez, 20, of Calle de Frias, Burgas, Spain, was arrested yesterday.
The preliminary study by South African scientists was published today.
The Omicron variant of coronavirus has "substantial" ability to cause reinfection in people who have previously had Covid-19, a study from South Africa suggests.
Controversial plans to end prosecutions for Troubles-era incidents were expected to be legislated for this autumn.
Breakthrough infections are occurring with other variants in those who have had Covid previously and those who are vaccinated
Seven hospital groups report record numbers of patients in parallel with staff shortages linked to recruitment challenges and Covid-19 leading to cancellations, even in children’s hospitals
Your round-up of what made the headlines today.
With a hit by the "godmother of punk" Nina Hagen, Germany's military saluted a visibly moved Angela Merkel during a ceremonial farewell today, just a week before she is due to bow out of politics after 16 years in office.
Here are a few options for weekend watching.
The crew member was reported to have suffered a possible stroke.
The Irish Examiner earned 10 nominations in the Newsbrands Ireland Journalism Awards last October, winning a total of six awards for 2021
Ghislaine Maxwell was the "lady of the house" at now-deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein's Palm Beach estate, a former house manager testified at the British socialite's sex abuse trial in Manhattan federal court on Thursday.
Flights to and from Morocco have been suspended until at least 13 December over Omicron fears.
There’s been a realignment – but what does that mean for Ireland’s future?
Some of the new risks identified in this year’s report were ‘economic scarring, digital exclusion, and the rise of a multi-polar world’.
Logan Jackson (31) is charged with murdering Kevin Sheehy (20) in Limerick city over two years ago.
Assistant Professor at Trinity College Dublin, Kim Roberts, and Dimitri Eynikel from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) ‘Access’ campaign join us on the podcast this week.
Johnson wrote a letter to French President Emmanuel Macron last week proposing joint patrols.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said the strong tax returns show the “strength of our economic recovery”.
Five of county’s local electoral areas among State’s 10 worst affected
Atlas has permission to build 255 residential units and a childcare facility at Church Road in Killiney..
Britain said it had imposed sanctions ‘on eight Belarusian individuals responsible for repression and human rights violations’.
Naomi O’Leary, Lara Marlowe, Keith Duggan and Kathleen Harris among winners
New research by the ECDC and the WHO says that nearly 500,000 people across Europe are alive thanks to Covid vaccines.
It is the last club in Ireland to do so.
Tony Duffin of the Ana Liffey Drug Project believes a drop in crack cocaine cost is directly linked to increased supply.
Public finances are continuing to improve, with the deficit to the exchequer narrowing to 4.9 billion euros (£4.2 billion) at the end of November.
From Covid-19 booster vaccines to the new variant Omicron, here are five things we learned from the latest briefing by the Health Service Executive.
The Department of Health confirmed the latest figures this evening.
The social inclusion of children with disabilities is key to maximising their wellbeing, care and future education, research has found.
Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…
Peter Hendrick, the Chief Executive of National Broadband Ireland, has said high-speed fibre broadband will be available for connection in 13 counties before the end of the year.
Falling cases of Covid-19 among the elderly population who have had their third vaccine dose is a “cause for hope”, a HSE briefing has heard.
Royal Dublin will cease to be the last remaining male-only golf club in Ireland after members voted to accept new members from "all genders".
The deficit in the public finances narrowed to €4.9 billion in November, according to the latest Exchequer figures published this afternoon.
Ethylene oxide is not permitted for use in foods sold in the European Union.
The Taoiseach has said his party Fianna Fail was working within the legal framework when it declared itself a “charity” to hold a fundraising raffle.
EPCR has stressed its intention for the pool stages to go ahead as scheduled.
Businesses have called for cuts to the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme to be reversed amid mass cancellations over Covid fears.
Business minister George Freeman had suggested festive gatherings could depend on how many are attending
A total of 209 people have benefited from the boosted prize funds, to a total of almost €16 million.
A leading member of the National Public Health Emergency Team has said he is "hopeful" that schools will reopen after Christmas.
Sinn Fein has attacked the Government’s record on housing, warning that it is presiding over a housing system set to remain unaffordable.
There are “challenges” in the coming weeks, as efforts to reduce the number of Covid case numbers step up, the Taoiseach has said.
A decision on financial support for the hospitality sector and other businesses will be made in the coming days, Leo Varadkar has said.
European winemakers back €1.2m Irish wine start-up subscription service, WineSpark. The subscription has already signed up more than 1,000 subscribers. Each subscriber pays €10 per month for access to WineSpark. the Irish eine start-up sells hard-to-find quality wines at “cost price” to its members. WineSpark is essentially a digital wine-buying club. It aims to secure […] The post Irish wine start-up to bring “cost price” wine to subscribers. appeared first on District Magazine.
The latest Covid-19 situation facing Ireland will be discussed when the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) meets on Thursday.
An Post has become the first major company in the State to report a zero gender pay gap. The organisation eliminated the difference between male and female average hourly rates of pay in 2 years. It now has a negative average gender pay gap of 0.16 %. Effectively a 0% gap.The pay gap is the […] The post An Post close the gender pay gap appeared first on District Magazine.
The Health Amendment Bill - which includes a return of Mandatory Hotel Quarantine - has passed all stages in the Dáil tonight.
A woman has died and three others have been seriously injured in a road collision in Co Kilkenny.
The National Public Health Emergency Team is believed to be considering a range of curbs on the hospitality sector tonight, with the aim of reducing transmission of Covid-19.
Tanaiste Leo Varadkar has said he is “sceptical” that new Covid-19 restrictions are warranted at this time.
Dublin City Council refused Marron Estates LTD permission to alter The Cobblestone. This produced an atypical weather-front of news stories about Dublin’s cultural battlefield. The public won this skirmish in an ongoing series of battles against the commodification of Irish culture.This decision from DCC is only the start of plans for the protection of the […] The post Dublin is Dying issue statement on Cobblestone victory appeared first on District Magazine.
Two-thirds of referees leave within two years due to the scale of abuse, the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has said.
In what’s bound to be a polarising festive mash-up Heinz and Terry’s have teamed up to bring the world a chocolate orange mayonnaise. It is a blend of mayonnaise and chocolate orange segments, creme patissiere with an extra dose of orange oil. This cocktail of Christmas necessities is a radical shift from how we view either of […] The post Heinz and Terry’s launch new chocolate orange mayonnaise appeared first on District Magazine.
The Taoiseach has said the requirement that primary school children wear masks is not a rule he is “entirely 100% comfortable with”.
The average homeowner in Donegal will be forced to find 65,000 euros to make up for shortfalls in the Government’s mica redress scheme, it has been claimed.
Community drugs organisations say there are attempts to “silence” the sector following plans to remove community representatives from the National Drugs Strategy (NDS).
Due to concerns around increased club drug use in Ireland, the HSE has launched a new campaign to inform the general public on drug tolerance and safe drug use. After over a year of restrictions, it is an exciting time for people as nightlife reopens, albeit until midnight due to current restrictions. Not everyone […] The post HSE launches ‘if you go, go slow’ drug awareness campaign appeared first on District Magazine.
The duo are back with a sun-kissed video. Way back in August, FRANK ZING introduced themselves with ‘Summer Lovers’ and now they’ve returned before the year is out with considered visuals for their debut track. Filmed in Berlin where the duo spent their summer, it comes after they immersed themselves in the creative cultural and […] The post FRANK ZING are feeling nostalgic for warmer days in ‘Summer Lovers’ appeared first on District Magazine.
This Saturday, we’re throwing a free party as a thank you to all the frontline workers for their commitment in the past two years and today we’re revealing one final special guest. Way back in April 2020 we said that when clubs reopened we’d throw a big old shindig especially for you. It’s taken 19 […] The post New Voices: UNQ, DeCarteret, Cable Boy & George Feely appeared first on District Magazine.
Jack Daniel’s and District share an authentic love for music culture and we thought who better to team up with to see out the year and celebrate the return of live music. Every week, we’re handpicking the must attend show in the capital, ranging from underground rappers in dimly lit rooms to rising stars on […] The post Irish Gig of the Week: Little Simz appeared first on District Magazine.
Probably the oldest Redbreast in existence sold at Auction last night for €26,500 on an Irish whiskey auction website. Redbreast is a brand of single pot still Irish Whiskey. Currently produced by Irish Distillers it was originally bottled by Gilbey’s, a Dublin spirits merchant. In the 1980s, the brand was purchased by Irish Distillers. It is the biggest selling single […] The post Redbreast whiskey sells for more than €26k appeared first on District Magazine.
Independent Irish owned and made chocolate company Grá have launched their new Christmas chocolates If you’ve never had Grá chocolates they are something else. Butlers who? Cadbury wha’? You’d swear you’re tasting a completely new sweet. Their signature artistry makes these Christmas chocolates delectable. The ethos behind them is sound too. They use ethically sourced […] The post Grá launch new Christmas Chocolates appeared first on District Magazine.
Luxury meets industry at this €750k Kinsale renovation that’s far from run of the mill