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These new cases bring Ireland’s total of coronavirus cases over the 1000 mark Statement From National Public Health Emergency Team” The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been informed that 2 patients diagnosed with COVID-19 in Ireland have died. Both patients are male and in the east of the country. There have now been 6 […]

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The Department of Health has confirmed that a Fourth person has died from coronavirus in Ireland and also that there are also 121 new cases this evening. Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team The Health ProtectionSurveillance Centre has today been informed that a patient diagnosed with #COVID19 in Ireland has died. The patient […]

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This brings the total amount of coronavirus cases in Ireland to 785 102 new coronavirus cases in Ireland have been confirmed by The Department of Health this evening. This brings the total amount of coronavirus cases in Ireland to 785 Health officials in Northern Ireland say 22 more patients have been diagnosed with Covid-19. 108 […]

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40 newly confirmed cases on Sunday Evening 40 new cases of covid-19 have been confirmed in the Republic in the last 24 hours. 23 of the new coronavirus patients were male and 17 female. 25 are associated with the east of the country, nine in the west, six in the south. Another 45 cases have […]

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I guess anything is  PAW-ssible The team on the Dublin’s Luas has found themselves with  a trusty four-legged companion with no owner. The cute pup was found by Luas staff wandering the Dublin street near the tram. The Luas secuirty staff took to twitter to appeal for the owner to come forward. Do you recognise […]

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The GAA has instructed clubs to stop using WhatsApp group conversations due to GDPR. The Laois county board has asked their clubs not to use WhatsApp and Croke Park has confirmed that they plan to release their own communications app which will become available by the summer. A document that has been sent to all […]

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The RTE broadcaster Marian Finucane has died. She joined the national broadcaster in 1974, where she worked initially as a continuity announcer before becoming a programme presenter. The 69-year-old won a number of awards for her work, including the Radio Journalist of the Year award in 1988. Mrs Finucane was the original presenter of RTE […]

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