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Coronavirus Ireland , 25,163 confirmed cases , 1,670 deaths

Coronavirus Ireland , 25,163 confirmed cases , 1,670 deaths

Latest figures from the health protection surveillance centre show 25,163 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ireland with 1,670 deaths. Dublin has the most confirmed cases with 12,118 cases followed by Cork with 1,527 and Kildare 1,419 cases. 3,312 people have been hospitalised with 410 requiring intensive care .
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Coronavirus Ireland , 25,163 confirmed cases , 1,670 deaths

Latest figures from the health protection surveillance centre show 25,163 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ireland with 1,670 deaths. Dublin has the most confirmed cases with 12,118 cases followed by Cork with 1,527 and Kildare 1,419 cases. 3,312 people have been hospitalised with 410 requiring intensive care .
Coronavirus Ireland , 25,163 confirmed cases , 1,670 deaths
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Dublin Standards: Irish PM Denies Breaking Lockdown Rules After Having Topless BBQ in the Park

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has denied breaking the lockdown rules after he was pictured attending a topless barbeque in a sunny Dublin park with his partner and two other friends.On Monday, a spokesman said that that the Europhile Irish leader broke no laws, breached no regulations and observed public
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Miracle baby survives Coronavirus and Open heart Surgery

A 6 month old baby girl at Liverpool's Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has survived both open heart surgery and the Coronavirus . 6 month old baby girl , Baby Erin Bates who has battled serious health conditions since her birth last october including open heart surgery in December
Miracle baby survives Coronavirus and Open heart Surgery
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Planning Deadlines for objections and appeals extended to beyond 9th May

Due to Coronavirus travel restrictions . The government has made a new order extending the time deadlines for receipt of planning submissions. Where the final deadline to lodge an objection or appeal to a Planning authority or An Bord Pleanala falls between 29th March and 9th May inclusive , the deadline is
Planning Deadlines for objections and appeals extended to beyond 9th May
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Broadcasting Authority - "equal allocation of airtime not necessary to achieve fairness"

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has rejected a complaint made by European Elections Candidate Dr Fidelma Healy Eames relating to her exclusion from two RTE Live debates during the European Elections last year . In her complaint to the BAI , Dr Fidelma Healy Eames said she was excluded from
Broadcasting Authority - "equal allocation of airtime not necessary to achieve fairness"
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Coronavirus Ireland , 25,163 confirmed cases , 1,670 deaths

Coronavirus Ireland , 25,163 confirmed cases , 1,670 deaths

Latest figures from the health protection surveillance centre show 25,163 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ireland with 1,670 deaths. Dublin has the most confirmed cases with 12,118 cases followed by Cork with 1,527 and Kildare 1,419 cases. 3,312 people have been hospitalised with 410 requiring intensive care .
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Dublin Standards: Irish PM Denies Breaking Lockdown Rules After Having Topless BBQ in the Park

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has denied breaking the lockdown rules after he was pictured attending a topless barbeque in a sunny Dublin park with his partner and two other friends.On Monday, a spokesman said that that the Europhile Irish leader broke no laws, breached no regulations and observed public
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Miracle baby survives Coronavirus and Open heart Surgery

Miracle baby survives Coronavirus and Open heart Surgery

A 6 month old baby girl at Liverpool's Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has survived both open heart surgery and the Coronavirus . 6 month old baby girl , Baby Erin Bates who has battled serious health conditions since her birth last october including open heart surgery in December
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Planning Deadlines for objections and appeals extended to beyond 9th May

Planning Deadlines for objections and appeals extended to beyond 9th May

Due to Coronavirus travel restrictions . The government has made a new order extending the time deadlines for receipt of planning submissions. Where the final deadline to lodge an objection or appeal to a Planning authority or An Bord Pleanala falls between 29th March and 9th May inclusive , the deadline is
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Broadcasting Authority - "equal allocation of airtime not necessary to achieve fairness"

Broadcasting Authority - "equal allocation of airtime not necessary to achieve fairness"

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has rejected a complaint made by European Elections Candidate Dr Fidelma Healy Eames relating to her exclusion from two RTE Live debates during the European Elections last year . In her complaint to the BAI , Dr Fidelma Healy Eames said she was excluded from
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Taoiseach made special plea for free movement of Agri workers to Ireland during Covid19 crisis

Taoiseach made special plea for free movement of Agri workers to Ireland during Covid19 crisis

Just days after the Taoiseach made a public statement describing how he felt "discomfort" at the arrival of 189 Bulgarian fruit pickers on a chartered flight from Sofia to Dublin , RTE's Europe editor Tony Connelly has revealed that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Agriculture Minister Michael Creed had made special requests for free
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