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Highest Covid figure since January with 2,180 new cases

The Department of Health has been notified of 2,180 new cases of Covid-19, the highest daily figure since late January.

Irish man found dead in swimming pool in Spain

The Department of Foreign Affairs has said it is providing consular assistance following the death of a young Irish man in Spain.

Man in court charged with wife's murder in Derry

A 59-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of his wife, who was found in a burning car outside their home in Co Derry.

Covid-19 case surge: Pause for thought, but not panic

Around 10 days ago, things were looking quite positive with the Covid-19 trends and then something happened to cause a rise in the key metrics.

UK leaders lay wreaths at scene of MP killing

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has laid flowers at the scene of the fatal stabbing of MP David Amess, which police believe could be linked to Islamist extremism.

The broken supply chain: Many factors, no easy fix

A series of unfortunate events - most of which happened thousands of kilometres away - will mean less choice and higher prices in Irish shops this Christmas, writes Adam Maguire.

Asylum seekers create their own beat with mobile studio

A new mobile recording studio project is supporting people living in Direct Provision to make their own music.

EU states weary of NI Protocol, Brexit and UK bad faith

Above all, member states are tired of the protocol and Brexit, but they are also tired of what they see as British bad faith.

Man seriously injured in Cork shooting

Gardaí in Cork have begun an investigation after a 25-year-old man was seriously injured in a shooting incident in the city last night.

Taliban plan for girls' education expected 'soon' - UN

The Taliban is to announce a framework that allows girls to attend school in Afghanistan "soon," a senior United Nations official said.

UN withdraws job offer to UK MP Matt Hancock

Britain's former health secretary Matt Hancock has seen a United Nations job offer withdrawn.

US offers compensation over botched Afghan drone strike

The US has said it has offered to pay unspecified compensation to relatives of 10 people in Afghanistan including seven children who were killed by mistake in a US drone strike as American forces were completing their withdrawal.

Will inflation change the facts after Budget 2022?

In the run up to the Budget, the Government's plans had been characterised as potentially "risky" and at the limit of what could be considered "prudent" by the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council. But on Budget night, according to IFAC, the Government had put the economy on "a more prudent path".

NASA launches Lucy to explore Jupiter's asteroids

NASA launched a spacecraft called Lucy on a 12-year mission to explore Jupiter's Trojan asteroids for the first time today, gathering new insights into the solar system's formation.

National day of action in NZ to boost vaccination rates

New Zealand vaccinated at least 2.5% of its people today as the government tries to accelerate inoculations and live with Covid-19, preliminary health ministry data showed.

Investigations into alleged abuse at Donegal care home

The Health Service Executive said it has been asked by gardaí to delay the publication of a report while investigations continue into allegations of sexual abuse by a former resident at a Donegal care home.

Covid-19: 1,914 new cases, 413 in hospital

The Department of Health has been notified of 1,914 confirmed cases of Covid-19.

Taoiseach praises public's 'patience' over restrictions

The Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, has said he believes people will continue to be patient if all the planned easing of restrictions on 22 October do not go ahead.

Woman apologises for causing death of friend in crash

A 26-year-old woman who has admitted careless driving causing the death of her 17-year-old friend in Co Monaghan almost ten years ago has apologised, although she says she has no recollection of what happened.

Missing woman in German floods found dead in Rotterdam

The body of a woman reported missing in deadly floods that struck western Germany in July has been found in Rotterdam, likely transported by the Rhine river 300km across the border, according to German police.