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# trust

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China records highest daily Covid-19 cases since April, sparking fears of second wave
This comes as more than 16 million cases were recorded globally – with 5 million of them recorded since the beginning of July.
Ferguson calls on trustworthy Alan Kelly as Everton get to grips with life after Marco Silva
Kelly, who is currently the goalkeeper coach for the Republic of Ireland, held the same role at Everton when David Unsworth was interim boss in 2017.
Less than half of Irish public think An Garda Síochána is well-managed
A new garda survey found a high level of trust in gardaí with 75% of people saying officers in their area can be relied on to be there when needed.
Opinion: On either side of the Atlantic, a disregard for verifiable facts has increasingly become the norm
Simon Foy examines politics in the era of Donald Trump, taking in fake news, allegations about Jeremy Corbyn, and the behaviour of Boris Johnson.
Just under half of people trust the government
One in five people aren’t sure what they think, according to a new poll.
Why do we trust, or not trust, strangers? The answer is based on those we've previously known
Research has revealed that strangers resembling past individuals known to be trustworthy are trusted more.
Dermot Desmond takes court action over alleged leak to newspaper relating to sale of D4 home
‘Walford’ on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road, bought it in 2005 for €58 million, was once home to Sean Dunne and wife Gayle.
Trust in media grows under Trump despite his fake news claims
In the survey, 12% said they have a “great deal” of trust and confidence and an additional 37% have a “fair amount”.
Garda survey finds almost two-thirds of Irish public think force is not well managed
There has been a drop in levels of trust in the organisation since the start of this year.
A new survey commissioned by An Garda Síochána says 92% of people trust the force
The figures will now be released every quarter.
This Irish rescue dog excitedly wagging her tail when she's taken to safety is the loveliest moment
Uncontrollable wagging.
The Trump Bump? An increase in trust for news media
A major new report gives Irish news publications some “chinks of light”, writes Dr Jane Suiter.
Do you trust the gardaí? The gardaí's own survey claims nearly 90% of us do
Most people were surveyed before the Templemore and whistleblower scandals came to light.
Fake news, Facebook and Donald Trump: Why do just a quarter of Irish people trust the media?
Research has shown that public trust in the media is at a record low across the world.
Console executives' actions will make it harder to fund mental health services
David Healion argues that the non-profit sector will need to work hard to rebuild the trust of the public.
In the '70s, Gay Byrne was the man to trust but who would get that vote now?
Only around 50% of Irish consumers trust the news – with Ireland coming 8th out of 26 countries, writes Jane Suiter.
Prisoner refused compassionate bail to go to his son's First Communion
The young man has 101 previous convictions but says he is now drug-free and won’t abuse trust.
Scientists say people can accurately judge how trustworthy you are just by looking at your face
A new study finds it’s possible to predict honest or dishonest behaviour just by looking at someone’s face.
What will influence voters? The economy, health service reform and water charges
A new report looks at how much the public trusts the government and businesses.
Munster keep faith with Keatley, injury forces Leicester to name Freddie Burns at 10
The out-half was the target of sarcastic cheering when replaced in the home loss to the Tigers.
'I'm not deaf' - Van Gaal vindicated despite Old Trafford boos
LVG says Manchester United fans should be happy with their win.
Voters are having none of Micheál Martin's denials about possible coalition partners
A new poll shows that six out of 10 people don’t believe the Fianna Fáil leader.
Here is the brand that Irish customers have the best experience with
Is customer service a big deal for you?
'It's not as if they're drinking a bottle of brandy in the dressing room'
Shane Curran says managers need to remember that GAA players are human beings too before imposing drinking bans. is now the most-read online-only news resource in Ireland
After less than five years publishing, we’re in the top three overall in digital news with legacy media.
These are Ireland's least favourite companies
The number one probably won’t surprise you.
Andy Goode hung his Wasps team-mate all the way out to dry for bailing on a charity event
They won’t be team-mates for long, but still.
'He studies the game unbelievably hard' - Ireland's players laud Schmidt
Captain Paul O’Connell says the players’ trust in their head coach has never wavered.
Fox News named 'most trusted' news channel in America
Don’t tell Russell Brand.
Cyclists don't trust drivers, drivers don't trust cyclists
Each side accuses the other of not paying attention and being a “menace”.
Hmmm... It seems we have MORE trust in the government now
Government is the only institution to record see a rise in how much it is trusted by the public over the past year.
Why trust is the key to some of Ireland's finest sports photography
Forget about selfies and setups, these men capture true emotion behind the closed doors in Irish sport.
Would Shane Ross do a deal with Sinn Féin?
The outspoken TD talked about his ‘independent alliance’ in an interview with this week.
Irish people seem to trust the judges and the legal system...
… although politicians, not so much.
Strong form the best way for Munster to put report furore to bed
Anthony Foley will be keen for an emphatic win over Edinburgh on Friday to quash doubts over squad morale.
These are the six areas Enda and Joan want to prioritise from now until 2016
From access to childcare to disposing bank assets, they’ve covered a lot in the Statement of Priorities.
Coveney wants more 'communication' between farmers and beef factories
He said that it is critically important to restore confidence and build trust between suppliers and processors.
A little cynicism may be healthy, but too much can lead to dementia
That’s what Finnish researchers say, if you believe them that is.
Poll: Do you have confidence in An Garda Síochána?
Three quarters of the Irish public think its reputation has been damaged by recent controversies – do you have confidence in the force?
The Rehab/CRC effect? 9 in 10 donors less trusting of charities
Online survey conducted over last month shows direct impact of recent high-profile charities scandals.