New Tiger Woods documentary to air on TV next month

New Tiger Woods documentary to air on TV next month

The new documentary looks back on the champion golfer's 2019 Masters victory with never-before-seen footage.

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White Claw set to launch in Irish market

White Claw set to launch in Irish market

On sale from June 1, a can costs €3.50 and will be available nationwide.

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'Excellent place to cough': Tripadvisor suspends reviews of Barnard Castle

'Excellent place to cough': Tripadvisor suspends reviews of Barnard Castle

Yesterday Mr Cummings held a press conference attempting to account for his decision to travel to Durham from London while Britain was under quarantine lockdown ...

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16 deaths from Covid-19 confirmed and 51 new cases announced

16 deaths from Covid-19 confirmed and 51 new cases announced

There are now 24,251 cases of coronavirus in Ireland.

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Government increases funding of Pieta House by an extra €114,608 a month

Government increases funding of Pieta House by an extra €114,608 a month

The mental health charity's funding has been badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic similar to other charities in the sector and has led to an overall budget shortfall ...

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Covid-19: Four deaths, 88 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Covid-19: Four deaths, 88 new cases confirmed in Ireland

The new cases were announced as Ireland completed its first day of the phase 1 exit from the Covid-19 lockdown.

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National Famine Commemoration takes place in ceremony closed to public due to Covid-19

National Famine Commemoration takes place in ceremony closed to public due to Covid-19

Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan laid a wreath on behalf of the Irish people.

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Covid-19: 10 confirmed deaths as fall in new cases continues

Covid-19: 10 confirmed deaths as fall in new cases continues

In total there have now been 1,543 Covid-19 related deaths in Ireland.

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Dublin city library is creating a new Covid-19 lockdown archive

Dublin city library is creating a new Covid-19 lockdown archive

Archivists say a submission can take any form for the Covid-19 Lockdown Collection.

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Bank introduces carer's card for vulnerable customers

Bank introduces carer's card for vulnerable customers

Trusted friends and relatives or designated carers are now able to manage the day-to-day living expenses of those in their care.

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Mercy University Hospital in Cork launches fundraiser appeal for PPE

Mercy University Hospital in Cork launches fundraiser appeal for PPE

The hospital is targeting funds of €100,000 in order to purchase more PPE as well as a Nanoclave Cabinet.

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Covid-19 has impacted nearly half of population's employment, CSO reports

Covid-19 has impacted nearly half of population's employment, CSO reports

Roughly a quarter of the population (24%) are feeling lonely, especially among younger and older people.

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Ballymaloe Foods expands into Australian with Coles supermarket deal

Ballymaloe Foods expands into Australian with Coles supermarket deal

Ballymaloe foods has announced a major expansion into the Australian food market.

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Hector returns to TG4 with special lockdown seriesThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Hector returns to TG4 with special lockdown series

Lockdown means no more far-flung adventures for the Gaeilgeoir and there are only so many times someone can mow the lawn, binge Netflix, paint the house and cook ...

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McDonalds to reopen Dublin drive-thru stores with €30 order cap

McDonalds to reopen Dublin drive-thru stores with €30 order cap

The Dublin restaurants will begin serving customers by drive-thru and are opened on a pilot basis.

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Limerick tech company to create 20 new jobs in new partnership

Limerick tech company to create 20 new jobs in new partnership

75 new jobs are projected over the next three years. The partnership was announced at a virtual launch today.

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Ireland's first media park to be built on Dublin site sold for €26m

Ireland's first media park to be built on Dublin site sold for €26m

Lens Media is expected to invest €125m in the initial development.

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'Consumer interest has all but disappeared': Covid-19 hits online car-searches hard

'Consumer interest has all but disappeared': Covid-19 hits online car-searches hard

There was a 96% decline in searches for used cars, from 541,790 during March 2019 to just 23,310 in March 2020.

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Divorces granted online for first time in Ireland

Divorces granted online for first time in Ireland

Remote hearings have been adopted by the Courts Service since Easter because of social distancing rules.

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Man Utd hire Irish company to help protect players, fans and staff from Covid-19

Man Utd hire Irish company to help protect players, fans and staff from Covid-19

The Premier League club are installing door handle hygiene systems at Old Trafford.

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Late Late show raises €2m for Pieta House in broadcast appealThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Late Late show raises €2m for Pieta House in broadcast appeal

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to an overall budget shortfall of more than €6.5m for the charity.

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Numbers at work 'at their lowest level in 20 years': Unemployment rate hits 28%

Numbers at work 'at their lowest level in 20 years': Unemployment rate hits 28%

The CSO said the figures demonstrate the pandemic has continued to have "a significant impact on the labour market during April."

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NHI: Nursing homes 'under immense staffing strain' due to Covid-19

NHI: Nursing homes 'under immense staffing strain' due to Covid-19

Testing results are not returned to nursing homes for a number of days while sufficient access to personal protective equipment (PPE) continues to be a problem.

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HSE job searches on Indeed surged at start of Covid-19 outbreak

HSE job searches on Indeed surged at start of Covid-19 outbreak

Further research by Indeed showed that interest in other frontline roles in the Medtech sector also increased and that searches for "Medtronic" saw increases of ...

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Mortgage expert sets out three steps that can save you €5000 a year despite Covid-19 crisis

Mortgage expert sets out three steps that can save you €5000 a year despite Covid-19 crisis

By reviewing the "big-ticket items" during the lockdown, substantial sums can be saved by the average household says Martina Hennessy.

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Covid-19: Pharmacies hit with surging costs lay off staff

Covid-19: Pharmacies hit with surging costs lay off staff

Pharmacies are struggling to cope with soaring costs while providing frontline care during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Missing Dublin teen found safe and well

Missing Dublin teen found safe and well

Hayden Maslowski, 14 , is missing from his Stoneybatter home.

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Covid-19: 330 new cases 19 deaths confirmed in Ireland

Covid-19: 330 new cases 19 deaths confirmed in Ireland

There have now been a total of 1,303 deaths in Ireland from the coronavirus.

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Covid-19: 25 deaths with 343 new cases

Covid-19: 25 deaths with 343 new cases

There have now been a total of 1,286 deaths in Ireland from Covid-19.

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HIQA publishes analysis of alternative Covid-19 testing methods for use in Ireland

HIQA publishes analysis of alternative Covid-19 testing methods for use in Ireland

However, these tests will need to be clinically validated independently before they can be used as part of the national testing strategy for Covid-19.

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Gardaí used Covid-19 powers of arrest 27 times since Easter Weekend

Gardaí used Covid-19 powers of arrest 27 times since Easter Weekend

The Gardaí made seven previous arrests over Easter Weekend under new emergency powers as part of Operation Fanacht.

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Facebook Ireland continues hiring with announcement of hundreds of new roles

Facebook Ireland continues hiring with announcement of hundreds of new roles

Head of Facebook Ireland, Gareth Lambe said: “Ireland is critically important to Facebook and plays a central role in our global operations.

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Cork nurse launches fundraiser for Clonakilty Community Hospital

Cork nurse launches fundraiser for Clonakilty Community Hospital

Claire Deasy set up the online fundraiser as physical donations from the surrounding community were not possible due to visiting restrictions.

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Healthcare company announces plans to recruit 200 new staff

Healthcare company announces plans to recruit 200 new staff

NUA healthcare said it has seen a spike in demand recently but that it is not directly related to Covid-19.

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Cork's Workvivo leads into US market with new California office

Cork's Workvivo leads into US market with new California office

Workvivo's Irish customers include Cubic Telecom, UCC, Bus Eireann, and Woodies. In 2019, Workvivo received investment from the owner of Zoom, Eric Yuan.

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Coronavirus: Death toll now at 365 as case numbers reach 10,647

Coronavirus: Death toll now at 365 as case numbers reach 10,647

In a statement, the HSE said 2,489 of 10,647 Covid-19 cases are "associated" with healthcare workers.

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Man hospitalised after serious public order incident in Tullamore

Man hospitalised after serious public order incident in Tullamore

The incident happened yesterday in Tullamore Co Offaly and resulted in criminal damage.

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Education groups welcome 'clarity' on Leaving Cert and Junior Cert Exams

Education groups welcome 'clarity' on Leaving Cert and Junior Cert Exams

The Association of Community and Comprehensive Schools, (ACCS), Education and Training Boards Ireland (ETBI), Joint Managerial Body (JMB) and National Association ...

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Watch: Clare community produces special Easter 1916 commemoration despite Covid-19 lockdown

Watch: Clare community produces special Easter 1916 commemoration despite Covid-19 lockdown

Produced by Louise Donlon, Co-Director and Jim O’Brien, script-writer and narrator, the community show was made on mobile phones in spite of Covid-19 lockdowns. ...

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Gardaí issue warning to public of Netflix 'fraud' attempt

Gardaí issue warning to public of Netflix 'fraud' attempt

Criminals are trying to obtain Irish people's personal banking details by email requests to update Netflix accounts.

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 Ryan Tubridy returns to Late Late show with Brendan Gleeson and Glen Hansard

Ryan Tubridy returns to Late Late show with Brendan Gleeson and Glen Hansard

Domestic violence survivor Jessica Bowes will be joined by a Women's Aid representative to discuss the dangers for those housebound due to Covid-19 restrictions.

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Sinéad O’Connor lends her support to 'Shine your Light' Covid-19 campaign for IrelandThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Sinéad O’Connor lends her support to 'Shine your Light' Covid-19 campaign for Ireland

Actors Saoirse Ronan and Gabriel Byrne along with President Michael D Higgins and singer Glen Hansard are taking part as well.

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Covid-19: University of Limerick to make over 100,000 face visors for HSE front-line staff

Covid-19: University of Limerick to make over 100,000 face visors for HSE front-line staff

A 3D printing and design team at the university created the production capacity for the visors in less than two weeks.

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Billionaire Irish tech entrepreneurs pledge funding for Covid-19 research

Billionaire Irish tech entrepreneurs pledge funding for Covid-19 research

Patrick and John Collison, co-founders of Strype, a financial payments technology company, have pledged funding to researchers working on Covid-19 studies.

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Covid-19 impacts new car registrations-CSO

Covid-19 impacts new car registrations-CSO

4,000 fewer cars were licensed in March 2020 compared to 2019.

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Man arrested in Kerry for money laundering offences

Man arrested in Kerry for money laundering offences

He was charged this morning and is due before Tralee District Court.

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Almost 80% of Irish women's business group 'happy' with Goverment support

Almost 80% of Irish women's business group 'happy' with Goverment support

The survey of 219 members by Network Ireland showed strong optimism about business future in Ireland.

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Coronavirus: Seven more deaths in North as UK total surpasses 5,000

Coronavirus: Seven more deaths in North as UK total surpasses 5,000

The Department of Health in Britain said that, as of 9am on Monday, 208,837 people have been tested of which 51,608 tested positive.

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'Gold is about security in uncertain times': Irish gold trading firm nears annual target in April

'Gold is about security in uncertain times': Irish gold trading firm nears annual target in April

Investors have rushed to the precious metal as the price of gold drifts upwards.

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Irish coffee roaster Roasted Brown launches support campaign for closed cafes amid Covid-19

Irish coffee roaster Roasted Brown launches support campaign for closed cafes amid Covid-19

The independent coffee roaster reported a 1400% increase of online sales in March.

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