At the end of 2019, the Coronavirus pandemic took the world by surprise. Scientists worked long and hard over the past year to develop a sufficient vaccine, and they succeeded. But as the pandemic is slowly regressing due to the vaccination rollout programme taking place across the world, there are still other deadly illnesses that cannot be deterred by vaccination immunity.
Homeschooling during lockdown is putting a strain on relationships between parents and children, a survey has found.
Over the past few weeks, some of the biggest stories in Irish media have centered around the country remaining in level 5 lockdown, the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine, or rather the pace of vaccinations. Along with education, as second-level students have pleaded with the Department for Education for clarity on the position of the Leaving Certificate 2021.
The Helix venue opened as a Covid-19 vaccination hub and began vaccinating over-70s on Wednesday February 10th.
One in four family owned Irish businesses are worried about losing control over their business within the next six months because of Covid-19, according to a recent study.
We Can be Zero is a campaign launched by a group of Irish scientists on Monday February 1st.
Rotunda Hospital and the Coombe Hospital have confirmed that they gave unused Covid-19 vaccines to relatives of their staff and to members of their local communities.
Last week a campaign began to put an end to image based sexual abuse (IBSA), or what is sometimes known as “revenge porn,” in Ireland.
The Green Party’s youth wing has been hit by a wave of significant resignations, including the leader of the Trinity College Young Greens, Julie Smirnova.
The government announced a move to Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions nationwide beginning at midnight on Wednesday October 21st.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has hinted at the possibility of restoring previous Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) rates to introductory levels for those in sectors badly affected by Covid-19.
Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe announced the biggest budget in the history of the State including a €50 million fund which will provide financial aid for third-level students across the country.
The Irish Universities Association (IUA) has ended its “Greet and Transfer” service at Dublin airport after helping transport thousands of incoming third level international students to their accommodation.
The Cabinet approved a move into Level 3 Covid-19 restrictions for the entire state on Monday October 5th.