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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Covid-19: 20,110 new confirmed cases, 682 in hospital and 86 in ICU
The latest figures were reported by the Department of Health today.
Leinster report four positive Covid-19 cases ahead of Bath clash
Tomorrow’s game is still set to go ahead at the Aviva Stadium.
Munster hit by 9 new positive Covid cases in touring party in South Africa
The positive cases will have to remain in isolation in Cape Town.
Covid-19: What do the stats say about why people are being asked to reduce social contacts?
Last week there were almost 25,000 cases recorded.
Amid a rise in cases, CMO Dr. Tony Holohan has urged people to halve their contacts.
Eight counties now have a 14-day incidence rate of above 1,000 cases per 100,000 people.
Rónán Duffy takes a look at where the increase in cases is most apparent.
The Explainer: Why are Covid cases rising despite Ireland's high vaccination rate?
We speak to a virologist to get the latest.
Coronavirus: 1,466 new cases confirmed in Ireland
As of 8am this morning, 311 people were in hospital with the virus, 58 number of whom are in intensive care.
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Henshaw back running as Lions wait for clarity amid Covid uncertainty
The Springboks and Bulls have both reported positive Covid-19 cases.
Fresh concerns for Lions tour after three Covid cases in Springboks camp
South Africa is currently in the midst of an alarming third wave of Covid-19.
Coronavirus: 398 new cases confirmed in Ireland
70 patients with Covid-19 are in hospital, including 23 in ICU.
Coronavirus: 465 new cases confirmed in Ireland
The Department of Health confirmed the latest figures this afternoon.
Covid-19: 337 new cases confirmed in Ireland
There are 89 people in hospital with the virus, including 34 in intensive care.
Ulster Rugby suspend training after two players test positive for Covid-19
A further five players and one staff member have been identified as close contacts.
England to ban social gatherings of more than six people following spike in Covid-19 cases
Boris Johnson will announce the measures today following a sharp rise in cases.
'Unacceptable': Over 200 Covid-19 cases dating back to March only reported by hospital today
Notification of infectious diseases is required by legislation.
Further case of coronavirus in England brings UK total to four
The positive test is related to a previous case, and comes after an evacuation flight arrived in England from China.
'There is something amiss': Judge criticises recent ruling after striking out 34 road traffic cases
The High Court ruling found that a section of the Road Traffic Act concerning defences to fixed charge notices is unconstitutional.
11 cases confirmed in measles outbreak across Limerick and Dublin
The incident is being examined by the HSE’s measles outbreak control team.
Calls for legislation on definition of consent following Supreme Court ruling in rape case
It found that an honest belief of consent would be a good defence for an accused, even if the belief is unreasonable.
Child dies in Scotland after E.coli outbreak linked to blue cheese
The strain also made 20 people ill.
Daly reads woman's letter: 'My son's ashes will be delivered along with Amazon and eBay purchases'
“I do not want to terminate my baby’s life but he does not have one.”
It's taking some gardaí over a week to record crimes on the PULSE system
Currently, all members of the gardaí have access to PULSE.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Everybody’s talking about housing people in prefabs, Judge Barry White, seagulls and Islamic State.
53 million children are living with latent TB which could become active at any time
The number of children with tuberculosis could be 25% higher than previously thought.
Taoiseach says three dozen allegations of garda wrongdoing have come across his desk
Enda Kenny said he has no idea if they are true or not.
Unauthorised erectile dysfunction medicine leads to two court cases
A man and a woman were found supplying unauthorised prescription medicines for the condition.
Cases of whooping cough on the increase in developed countries
A symposium is to be held in Dublin that will look at why there were 400 cases of whooping cough in Ireland in 2012, double the number than in 2011.
Why do children end up in care in Ireland?
A new website looks at cases from Irish courts where children ended up in care. Here are some of the stories.
Charity sees 16 per cent increase in donations to needy in 2012
The Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers Society – which was formed in 1790 – distributed €120,000 to over 200 individuals and families last year.
How to...make an iPhone cover out of wood
It’s actually a lot of work…but now you can just buy them.
Over 20 court martial cases underway - but no military judge to hear them
The last judge retired in July 2010.
Drugs are up, divorce is down - the Irish courts in numbers
The Courts Service report for 2010 reveals that there has been an increase in drugs offences at the Circuit Criminal Court, an increase in child custody and access applications, and a decrease in separation and divorce.