The owners of a shop in Co Clare have taken extra measures to protect staff and customers from the Covid-19 and the idea is already are being taken up by other businesses.
Tipperary officials said they went ahead with the trip following “consideration of travel guidance”.
Government formation talks have been suspended but parties will resume efforts to form a new coalition next week while leaders cooperate in the battle to stop coronavirus from spreading.
All-Ireland senior hurling champions Tipperary will return from their five-day warm-weather training camp in Spain’s Costa Blanca tomorrow as expected.
British construction materials group Breedon is actively looking at further acquisitions in Ireland and is in discussions with a number of potential takeover targets.
A passenger jet that suffered damage during a hard landing at Shannon Airport last night has been grounded pending an examination by air accident inspectors.
The vice-president of the United States has been criticised for ‘rallying the troops’ at Shannon Airport on Saturday when he met with US military personnel travelling to Iraq.
Kerry Airport Ireland recorded a slight increase in passenger numbers on their two London routes last year despite the threat of Brexit..
Shannon Airport is confident of a return to passenger growth this year after taking a significant hit from the grounding of Boeing's 737-Max aircraft and a Brexit-related downturn in UK visitors to Ireland during 2019.
British Airways flight BA-274 left Las Vegas in the US at 4.40am Irish time and was due to land at London’s Heathrow Airport at 2.55pm.
A man was injured after he became trapped beneath a gate that had blown open on top of him during Storm Brendan this morning.
What a difference a decade makes: On this exact date 10 years ago, I dropped a friend to Shannon Airport — another statistic in the gathering gloom of Ireland’s great recession.
The US feared the Russians could be plotting an undercover Cold War spy base in a disused Cork dockyard, newly declassified government documents suggest.
A transatlantic jet has diverted to Shannon Airport after the crew declared an emergency over Co Donegal, reporting a fuel leak on board.
A number of flights have been cancelled, with trains experiencing delays as Storm Atiyah hits Ireland tonight.
Operations have been brought to a standstill at Shannon Airport following an incident this evening involving a light aircraft.
A US bound flight had to turn back over the Atlantic and divert to Shannon Airport this evening so the crew could seek medical attention for an ill passenger.
A transatlantic jet was forced to divert to Shannon Airport this morning after suffering a hydraulic system leak and failure off the Scottish coast.
A case of two US veterans charged with alleged criminal damage caused during a peaceful protests at Shannon Airport has been transferred to Dublin.
A motorist has been arrested on suspicion of drunk-driving after his car became airborne and careered over a crash barrier at a busy motorway interchange in Co Clare.
Shannon Airport has said a new route to Vienna is "a vote of confidence in the region".
A transatlantic jet was forced to divert to Shannon Airport this afternoon following a security alert on board.
The crew of American Airlines flight AA-52 reported they had a woman in her 50s who had suffered a fall and had suffered at least once seizure.
A holiday jet made an unscheduled landing at Shannon Airport this afternoon so a passenger could receive medical attention.
Private and stately, Rockbarton House also offers plenty of free rein to buyers who enjoy equestrian pursuits.
A rally is planned by hashtag #NoWar2019 Pathways to Peace later today near the airport at 3pm.
More than 100 protesters from around the world will gather for a summit in Limerick today to demand the US military stop refueling at Shannon airport.
There was a Storm Lorenzo silver lining for Airbus yesterday as the aircraft manufacturer seized the opportunity to test their planes in adverse conditions.
Dublin Airport is securing the bulk of growth at the expense of Shannon Airport and investment in the mid-west and western regions will suffer, a report has warned.
A transatlantic cargo flight was forced to return to Shannon Airport with a technical issue this afternoon and then had to abort its first attempt at landing.
Every year over 3,400 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer. Two survivors want to break the silence about side effects such as erectile dysfunction and incontinence, says Helen O’Callaghan.
One of over 40 aircraft taking part in the effort to repatriate 150,000 Thomas Cook holidaymakers was forced to divert to Shannon Airport last night after suffering technical issues off the southwest coast.
The first of three flights that will take part in the mass repatriation of stranded Thomas Cook holidaymakers has taken off from Shannon Airport.
A major search and rescue operation was mounted this afternoon after a young man was reported to be stuck in mud amid rising water in the Shannon Estuary.
So that’s nearly Friday wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
One flight was forced to divert to Cork Airport while others were placed in holding patterns because of restrictions associated with the departure of the jet carrying the US Vice President this morning.
A United Airlines aircraft that turned back from its Atlantic crossing yesterday due to a technical fault was sent out over Dublin Bay as a delaying tactic rather than landing immediately in Dublin Airport.
Mike Pence loves Ireland and why wouldn’t he? Back home, nobody pays him a blind bit of notice as he cowers in the shadow of Donald Trump. He drops in here for a flying visit and he’s a big deal with everybody.
Last-minute security sweeps are being carried out in Doonbeg Co Clare as the village is locked down while US Vice-President Mike Pence dines with relatives at a local restaurant this evening.
US vice president Mike Pence has firmly put his support behind Boris Johnson calling on Ireland and the EU to "negotiate in good faith" on Brexit.
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