Minister for Health Simon Harris said he will use use emergency powers to shut down any pubs that keep trading if they do not shut voluntarily.
"Why people would not follow the best public health advice and close pubs and desist from congregating in groups is beyond belief.”
High levels of satisfaction in work-life balance as well as job role, and shorter commute times, are the key findings in a survey of professionals who have moved to Kerry for work within the past five years.
Cork County Council looks set to enlist the help of estate agents to better promote a scheme aimed at encouraging more people to live over shops in towns and villages.
The three judge Court of Appeal dismissed his appeal and adjourned final orders for three weeks.
Clare maintained their unbeaten National League run with an impressive nine-point win over Dublin that secured them top spot in Division 1B and with it, a place in the semi-final of the competition they last won in 2016.
Goals win games and Paddy Tally knew the timing of Down's two late majors on Saturday night could be massive in terms of their promotion hopes from Division Three.
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) is not yet able to access the €52m in Bitcoin seized as part of a recent drugs investigation as the codes to access the cryptocurrency are missing.
An Independent councillor is raising concerns of potential overcrowding in a new Direct Provision centre in Offaly.
SO YOU want change? But do you really? The word change is in vogue in the wake of the general election.
A number of non-party TDs told the Irish Examiner that they are “absolutely” open to talking with others about how to progress their election wish-lists.
‘More mná’ was the slogan printed on Social Democrat councillor Holly Cairn’s badges as she and her campaigners pounded the pavements and by-roads around Cork South West’s extensive sprawl.
"My door is open. We will have to look at the issues that affect Cork South West."
This game was watched by a crowd of 1,658 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
The Schull TD has tallied at around the 27% mark, well clear of Fianna Fail Cllr Christopher O'Sullivan in second place on around 15%.
Martin Coppinger played an unbelievable second last shot of 287.5m which set him up to pip Aidan Murphy in a riveting Noel Phair Cup tie at Shannonvale.
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