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Last year
US to lift requirement for international arrivals to take Covid test
An official said the need for the testing requirement would be re-evaluated every 90 days.
Government rushing in emergency laws to solve High Court ban on Garda court presenters
Ms Justice Marguerite Bolger said that the use of court presenters was beyond the permitted powers of gardaí.
Lawyers to prosecute Garda district court cases after court ruling bans officers from presenting
This is an interim solution and will include individual State solicitors as well as DPP prosecutors.
All time
Weddings to be limited to 100 people as part of new measures to tackle Omicron
Receptions must also end at midnight.
RFU to bring down tackle height from shoulder level to armpit up to U18s
The new rule means all players who are permitted to tackle in full contact age grade rugby will do so at the same height.
Couples suspected of entering sham marriages in Ireland will be investigated
The Registrar will now be able to investigate couples and report them to immigration services.
Now Irish workers can build up their holidays when they're long-term sick
You can also carry over the leave you’ve build up, for up to 15 months.
'Misleading and grossly inaccurate': Minister slams critics of housing plan
An opposition TD said that if Labour backed the new measures the party would have “completely abandoned any pretence of social justice”.
Will GAA players exploit black card loophole before 2014 championship?
The black card comes into play from January.
‘N’ plates for new drivers on the way as Traffic Bill published
The Bill also allows for roadside testing for drug driving, and details plans to test unconscious drivers.