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A shop worker has been seriously assaulted with a hammer in Sligo Town. The incident happened after a woman entered a store without a face covering yesterday evening. At around 6.45pm, a woman in her early 20s entered the premises without the required face covering. The woman was advised to put on a mask and […]

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  Clinical placements for nursing and midwifery students have been suspended for at least two weeks. The HSE made the request to the Department of Health to free up qualified supervisory staff to help with the COVID-19 response. The Department says the suspension of all unpaid placements for students in their first to third years […]

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Parades were cancelled last year due to Covid-19. With two months to go until Paddy’s Day, Micheal Martin says parades won’t be happening this year. The Taoiseach told Virgin Media News last night that he couldn’t see parades happening because not enough people will have been vaccinated. He said; “The one thing we’ve learned about […]

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It’s a monumental day in the fight against Covid-19, as the first vaccine is administered.  79-year-old Annie Lynch has become the first recipient of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. The grandmother-of-ten was given the vaccine at St James’s Hospital at around half 1 this afternoon. The next recipient was a clinical nurse manager in a designated Covid-19 […]

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