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Three households could be allowed meet over Christmas

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said the Government intends to ease restrictions for close to two weeks over Christmas and they will only reimpose controls if Covid-19 rates are increasing.

Love of my life - Husband's tribute to Patricia Carrick

Patricia Carrick, who received an apology from the Taoiseach after her cancer diagnosis was missed, has died aged 51.

Wright 'emotional and shook up' over online attacks

An 18-year-old man will be sentenced in January after he pleaded guilty to harassing the former England and Arsenal footballer Ian Wright on social media.

First of several cases over audiology services settled

The first of several High Court actions over substandard audiology services for children in the west of Ireland has been settled.

McEntee to answer questions in Dáil on Woulfe

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has agreed to appear before the Dáil tomorrow to answer questions on the appointment to the Supreme Court of Seamus Woulfe, Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said.

Carlow school principal rejects claims over PE gear

Principal of Presentation College Carlow Ray Murray has described comments on social media about the school as scandalous and damaging to staff.

Boris must make biggest call of his political career

Expect Boris Johnson's survival instincts to kick in over the coming days, a deal with Brussels being the way out of a deepening hole for the British Prime Minister, writes Northern Editor Tommie Gorman.

EMA 'hopeful' of vaccines approval before Christmas

The European Medicines Agency has said it needs to know Covid-19 vaccines are "safe, of high quality and effective" before granting approval, but is hopeful a positive opinion will be delivered before Christmas.

We have got to keep the Irish border open, says Biden

US President-elect Joe Biden has stressed the importance of maintaining an open border on the island of Ireland, post-Brexit.

Joe Biden: 'You can ask about Ireland anytime you want'

Since becoming the projected winner of the US presidential election more than two weeks ago, Joe Biden has been preparing for his transition to the White House from his home city of Wilmington, Delaware.

Patrick Russell: One of Ireland's most prolific conmen

RTÉ Investigates found over 60 people who were defrauded by the conman over a period of three decades.

Meghan Markle shares pain of miscarriage

Britain's Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has said that she suffered a miscarriage during the summer and has written of her and her husband Prince Harry's "unbearable grief".

Donohoe says focus is on getting people back to work

The Minister for Finance has said it is "appropriate" that the Government should have as much information as possible before it makes decisions that have vast impact on public health but also on the economy.

DNA loss could mean 234 people can't be prosecuted

The Garda Commissioner has told the Policing Authority that there is "a small risk" that 234 people may have engaged in a crime that the gardaí can't prosecute them for because DNA samples were mislaid or lost.

Stardust fire inquests moved from Dublin Castle to RDS

A preliminary hearing of the Stardust fire inquests in Dublin has been told the full inquests will now take place in the RDS Concert Hall in Ballsbridge, rather than the original planned venue of Dublin Castle.

Low pay at Eir questioned at Oireachtas committee

Eir Chief Executive Carolan Lennon has told an Oireachtas committee that the salary for customer care staff at the communications company is between €21,000 and €23,000 a year plus bonuses.

Eight dead as migrant boat capsizes off Canary Islands

At least eight people were drowned after a boat carrying more than 35 migrants from the Maghreb region of North Africa and heading towards the Canary Islands capsized yesterday, emergency services said.

€2.2m in receipts uploaded to Stay and Spend initiative

Just 14,000 receipts worth €2.2m have been uploaded to Revenue under the Government's Stay and Spend initiative since it was launched at the start of last month, new figures from the tax collector show.

Traffic light system proposed for non-EU air travel

A draft report from the Oireachtas Transport Committee has recommended that a traffic light system for countries outside the EU be developed before Christmas.

PUP arrears to be paid by next week, committee told

Up to 300,000 recipients of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment are set to receive arrears due to them by next week, an Oireachtas commitee has been told.