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# new normal

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# remote working
Remote workers in rural areas can now book office or work space through new Government app
The desk or work space can be booked from an app called Connected Hubs.
All time
# new normal
'The transition is tough and it takes time. You have to find a new purpose' - Kearney
Former Ireland fullback Rob Kearney isn’t ruling out one last move before retiring from rugby.
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Two Wexford hurlers test positive for Covid-19 ahead of Kilkenny clash
Wexford GAA chair Michael Martin expects Sunday’s game with Kilkenny to go ahead as scheduled.
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Budget 2021 will be revealed today - here's a look at how things will unfold
Today the biggest budget in the history of the State will be revealed – here’s what we know.
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New cough, stay at home. Runny nose, attend school: HSE releases new advice for parents
The advice notes that: “Every year, schoolchildren get colds, flu and other infections”.
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‘It will be 4 years before we see full capacity crowds at Irish sports events’
Pandemic expert, Professor Gerard Killeen, argues half-empty stadiums with fans obliged to wear masks will be the norm in Ireland until a vaccine is found.
# laid to rest
'I was at home before Paddy was in the graveyard' - paying respects to GAA heroes in era of Covid-19
Offaly legend Paddy Fenning was laid to rest in Tullamore this week, where strict social distancing measures took place.