Worrying is not dangerous and despite the old saying, you won't go mad worrying, says neuropsychologist, Dr Brian Waldron, who has advice for coping with the Covid-19 crisis.
Gardaí believe they have foiled an attempted 'hit' in Cork city following a tip-off from an alert member of the public.
This Mother's day is set to be like no other.
Croke Park and Nowlan Park are also being repurposed as drive-thru test centres.
Breffney O'Dowling Keane of Cosmetic Creations reflects upon the launch of the company's new Airmedica hand sanitiser brand
The crash occurred shortly before 10am at Annabella on the outskirts of Mallow in Co Cork on the N20 route.
But it is still unclear when a new government may be formed as the country grapples with the coronavirus.
"Not all superheroes wear capes - some wear scrubs and gowns."
"But I am most proud to be the husband of a nurse who, along with her colleagues in the HSE, will be on the frontline at the national effort against coronavirus."
The unit will be comprised of 100 Gardaí, sergeants and inspectors, working a two-rota system of 12-hour shifts.
Here are some of the things that are happening online to keep you entertained.
Some Irish themed films to indulge in over the next few days.
Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has welcomed the response of the Vintners to the government’s appeal for pubs to close in a bid to slow the transmission of the Covid-19 virus.
Leo Varadkar reinforced the point that there should be no indoor gathering over 100 people to try and halt the outbreak of Covid-19 - and that this includes pubs and clubs.
Irish Twitter have been making their voices heard online today as they urge pubs and clubs to close as Covid-19 continues to spread.
The President has urged people to show solidarity and concern for each other in fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
JOE WARD'S comeback fight in Boston has been cancelled because of the coronavirus.
Parades in Boston, Seattle, and LA have been cancelled, meaning one of the biggest revenue generating days for bars will be curtailed, write Matthew Townsend and Angelica LaVito
A statement revealed that the leaders held "constructive discussions over the last two days about a series of policy issues and the current political situation.
The Government has expanded on its rescue plans and €400m in financial aid for businesses impacted by the spread of coronavirus including the release of loans of up to €1.5m at reduced rates.
Widespread speculation that schools will shut early for Easter and that children could be sent home for up to three weeks have been dismissed as inaccurate by education officials and politicians.
Meanwhile, hotels across the country will also take a financial hit with the cancellation of parades.
A coronavirus patient in Ireland who has been diagnosed with Covid-19 has spoken about the disease from his hospital bed.
All three cases are associated with close contact with a confirmed case.
Governments worldwide are not being courageous enough when it comes to addressing alcohol exposure.
He will now not go to New York where a UN event is being held as was initially planned.
“Do it now to limit the spread and keep it down and catch it before there’s more community spread,” Dr Yvonne Williams told RTÉ's Today with Séan O’Rourke.
There are currently 13 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Ireland, all of whom are currently being treated in hospital.
The patient is a woman in the east of the country who recently travelled back from northern Italy.
The government is as of yet not advising that this month's St Patrick's Day parades or other large public events be cancelled.
St Patrick's Day parades in Ireland should be postponed to stop the spread of the Covid-19, a virologist and leading influenza expert is urging.
“It is important to remain calm and measured,” said chief executive Niall Gibbons.
Ryan Tubridy said they are coming to Limerick to herald "the best of Irish".
Rural Independent TDs have met with Fianna Fáil this morning to discuss priorities for potentially entering government.
Tourism Ireland's global greening line-up for St Patrick's Day includes the world's most famous arena — Madison Square Gardens in New York.
There will be no extra-time in either game in the event of a draw, with a penalty shoot-out to determine the victor.
Bradley Robert Edwards is on trial in a Western Australia Supreme Court. He is accused of the murder of Ciara Glennon (27) on March 14, 1997.
“It’s been a while since we played a gig in Dublin”
American author and journalist, Bonnie Greer, has insisted that the United States are in full support of Ireland.
Community groups, tidy towns organisations and residents' associations are warning that they face a difficult future in the wake of soaring insurance costs.
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