The major insurance companies’ refusal to pay legitimate payouts to businesses affected by Covid-19 has been branded as “deeply cynical” and “not acceptable”.
Pearse Doherty has written to the Finance Minister calling for the government to add further supports to those who have lost jobs and businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions says a further 200,000 people will lose their jobs in Ireland in the coming days because of coronavirus.
The President of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Professor Mary Horgan has said that there is a lot of hospital and community preparation underway in anticipation of an increase in testing for Covid-19.
Health Minister vows to keep testing people for Covid-19 as number of confirmed cases set to surge.
Fianna Fáil's Finance spokesperson Michael McGrath has said the country does not need “some complex, cumbersome scheme” regarding a freeze on mortgage payments.
The GAA wasn’t found wanting when it came to cancelling all activity because of the coronavirus pandemic — a precedent was set over 100 years when the Great Flu swept the country, writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh.
An Australian tourist died after he fell down some stairs and banged his head after a night out with his family.
The Red Hand found themselves a point behind while playing into the wind after the break, but they turned the game in their favour in spectacular fashion.
FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon has defended the insurer’s profit levels, saying exceptional circumstances and not price rip-offs had led to it doubling profits to almost €113m last year.
Sinn Féin has held a seven-and-a-half hour meeting involving “detailed discussions on policy” with the Green Party and has agreed to meet once more next week.
“They want to be shut out, hence no serious effort to form a government of the left.”
Sinn Féin's lead negotiator Pearse Doherty has called the Taoiseach "hysterical" for his comments about the party's planned political rallies.
Extra-time, a shock result, and a penalty shoot-out brought drama to the Ulster U20 Football Championship as four ties went to the wire.
TDs have clashed on who should be the next Taoiseach as the Dáil debates candidates for the role and amid the ongoing standoff in the government formation talks.
Sinn Féin will not be disciplining a newly elected TD who previously linked Israel to Nazism and also suggested a picture of monkeys at computers was the Israeli embassy.
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