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Gardaí will inspect pubs for Covid-19 compliance

An Garda Síochána will begin conducting checks of licensed premises nationwide this evening to check if they are adhering to the public health guidelines for Covid-19.

Minister Cowen received drink driving ban in 2016

New Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen received a three-month driving ban for drink driving four years ago, it was confirmed tonight.

Covid-19: Two more deaths, nine additional cases

There have been two further deaths from Covid-19 reported here, the Department of Health has confirmed. This brings the total number of deaths to 1,740.

Concerns over effect of school closures on children

The children's charity Barnardos says children's emotional, social and educational development has been impacted by school closures and that it's important they reopen fully in the autumn.

WHO's Covid-19 envoy urges caution over travel

The World Health Organization's Special Envoy on Covid-19 said if people are in doubt about travelling abroad then they should not go.

Excess deaths 'substantially' less than Covid figures

Excess deaths in Ireland from March to June were "substantially" less than the officially reported Covid-19 figures, analysis from the Health Information and Quality Authority has found.

Foster: Executive 'damaged' by funeral controversy

Stormont First Minister Arlene Foster said damage had been done to relationships right across the Executive following controversy over the funeral of Bobby Storey. Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill said she will never apologise for attending the funeral of the IRA veteran.

Interactive map: Covid-19 cases in your area

Interactive map: Covid-19 cases in your area

Status Yellow wind warning for parts of north and west

A Status Yellow wind warning has been issued for Connacht, Donegal and Clare.

Gatherings above 50 to be allowed in places of worship

The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has welcomed new Government guidance on places of worship - it allows for gatherings greater than 50 people as long as certain criteria are met.

Wage scheme will not come to 'an abrupt end' - Donohoe

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said while he does not know how long the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme will continue, it will not come to "an abrupt end".

Interim examiner appointed to parent company of Compu b

The High Court has approved the appointment of an interim examiner to the parent company of Apple product re-seller Compu b.

President praises Cork boy, 8, for €30k charity walk

An eight-year old boy, who has cerebral palsy, from Ballincollig in Cork has been congratulated by the President, the Taoiseach and by the Lord Mayor of Cork after he raised more than €30,000 for charity.

David McCullagh to co-present RTÉ's Six One News

RTÉ News has announced that David McCullagh is to join Caitríona Perry as a presenter of the RTÉ Six One News.

€25,000 cost for Oireachtas Convention Centre sittings

It will cost around €25,000 a day to hold Dáil and Seanad sittings at the National Convention Centre.

Khashoggi murder trial told oven was lit after killing

A Saudi consulate worker in Istanbul told a Turkish court today he had been asked to light a tandoor oven less than an hour after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered the building where he was killed.

Concerns for vulnerable families over childcare access

Eight organisations who work with vulnerable families, have written to the new Minister for Children, Roderic O'Gorman, warning that difficulties in accessing childcare may lead to "families losing their incomes and their homes".

Man charged with Lyra McKee murder to be granted bail

A man charged with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Derry is to be granted bail, a High Court judge ruled today.

Social distancing circles roundly praised at IMMA

Social distancing circles are proving to be a popular addition to the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.

English holidaymakers get green light to travel

English holidaymakers can embark on overseas trips from tomorrow as Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office lifted its ban on non-essential travel to certain countries.