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# Oireachtas Committee

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Facebook says its content moderators are ‘not denied access’ to non-disclosure agreements
Teaching union to tell TDs that staff are subjected to 'inappropriate' comments by parents on social media
Businesses re-opening after lockdown still ‘not as prepared as they need to be' for Brexit
15 pharmacies to begin administering Covid vaccines 'towards the end' of this month
Glynn says NPHET isn't predicting a fourth wave but is concerned about possible super-spreader events
'Use it or lose it’ vouchers should be considered for lower income groups' dental needs, says dentists
Taoiseach fails to give clarity to publicans on whether €9 meal rule will be scrapped for Summer 2021
Up to 200 post offices at risk of closure in next 12 months, union says
HSE: Vaccine plan has already changed 15-17 times due to supply shortfalls and sequencing changes
Covid death toll in nursing homes passes 1,500, with 369 in January alone
A small volume of Covid-19 vaccines could be available this month, Taoiseach tells FF TDs
Beef and mushrooms to be worst hit as all agriculture sectors will be 'seriously affected' by Brexit
Fear and anxiety about Covid-19 is ‘overwhelming’ among the public
Children with disabilities waiting years for assessment a violation of their rights, committee to be told
'Broken' TV licence system costing €50 million per year, RTÉ tells Oireachtas committee
Independent radio group to tell committee it 'cannot wait' for Media Commission to ensure its survival
Michael Healy-Rae apologises for supporting John Delaney during 2019 Oireachtas appearance
Nursing homes regulator says its powers are 'not adequate' to handle the pandemic
Separation between NPHET's guidance and government's decisions has 'become confused', TDs told
Colm Henry says advice is 'clear' that you must restrict movements for 14 days when arriving from non-Green List country
'Surge in demand' for mental health services anticipated due to pandemic, committee warned
Dáil hears 'institutional racism' led to data breach over meat factory workers' Covid-19 test results
Almost 1 in 5 nursing home residents diagnosed with Covid-19, Oireachtas committee hears
Staff criticise lack of information over finances as FAI confirm Oireachtas Committee appearance
Debate about what ESB and Bord na Móna workers will do next should have started 'years ago', says union boss
Families should no longer be provided with one-night emergency accommodation, committee will recommend
Thousands of kilos of potent greenhouse gas leaked from an ESB station. The EPA wasn't told
'No-one has been held responsible': Case of Dara Quigley to come before Oireachtas committee
Govt making 'little or no progress' against online abuse and child exploitation, committee told
Government keen to sign broadband contract and get 'started right away'
16-year-old tells minister Fine Gael is 'passing the buck' when it comes to climate action
Oireachtas Committee writes to FAI to ask for reversal of media ban at crucial EGM
Quinn: 'If governance proposals aren't followed I'd be afraid of where Irish football goes next'
Schools are teaching 'difficult' children for fewer hours as an invisible way of suspending them
'I had 92 caps for the country and today, for the first time in my life, I was truly embarrassed by my association'
'The €100,000 issue': A timeline of statements as FAI, John Delaney to face politicians today
'If you don't regulate the FAI, who does?': Sport Ireland faces questions over FAI and the €100k loan
Student blasts politicians over climate change: 'You're stealing my future and you have absolutely no right'
Central Bank says 35-45 year olds who bought homes in the boom will be most impacted if tracker rates rise
'It's in crisis': Law Society raises concerns over security issues in family courts system