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No reason NI Assembly cannot now resume - Truss

There is no reason why the Northern Ireland Assembly and Executive should not be re-established at Stormont now, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss has said. Read more >>

Any word on when the scourge of Catholicism will be banned from this country? Such a waste of money Like a hen house 🤪 Stop , Ireland has to somehow move away from this dominance control that US corporates have control of plastic living . So we are done blaming England for our woes we blame wars we blame climate we blame putin .. it’s fgff and 100 years of bluffers coming to its head

News | Latest Breaking News Stories & Headlines | RTÉMinister for Higher Education, Simon Harris has announced an additional 1,056 college places available in September, all in targeted areas of massive demand | Read more: Are the 60 extra medicine places going to be positive discrimination places for DEIS students or are they as usual going to Dublin fee-paying school kids or more Leeson Street students. People from privileged backgrounds always think they got there on hard work and ability alone. Why is it every time I see one of these interviews, initially I think I’m watching a comedy or parody sketch? Then it dawns on me that it’s a genuine interview… Ask him why he lied about Hydroxychloroquine being a safe and effective drug to cure the symptoms of Covid 19... It was the morning after Trump gave a press conference claiming he heard great things about it and the left had a complete meltdown and lied to the public..

Paul Reid’s HSE exit the latest notable departure in wake of pandemicReports of fractious relationship with Minister for Health and Covid-19 fatigue likely factors in decision The latest “welcomed” departure, you mean. A useless brainless person with zero qualifications did absolutely nothing for years.Irelands Public service in a nutshell.

Multi-talented Galway star becomes latest Irish AFLW signingÁine McDonagh’s move to Hawthorn has been confirmed.

Another blow for the All Blacks with Will Jordan latest to be hit by CovidThe All Blacks have now recorded six positive Covid cases within their group:

Latest details on Tipperary couple found dead in home as gardai comb sceneOfficers discovered the bodies of Nicholas Smith, 81, and his wife Hilary, 79, after a man who lived nearby altered them as he became concerned at the house's unkempt nature and the fact that the couple's car had not been moved for over 12 months

RTÉ names Deirdre McCarthy as interim head of newsInterim appointment follows announcement that Jon Williams will step down in July

RTÉ Supporting the Arts Follow RTÉ © RTÉ 2022.RTÉ Supporting the Arts Follow RTÉ © RTÉ 2022.Expand Paul Reid is the latest in an exodus from top ranks of the healthcare system that has gathered pace as Covid-19 recedes.Áine McDonagh broke into the Galway senior football team in 2018.

RTÉ.ie is the website of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Media.ie is the website of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Media. RTÉ is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Reid’s departure landed with little warning. Images Courtesy of Getty Images. Images Courtesy of Getty Images. . Hawthorn have two Irishmen on their AFL list in Meath’s Conor Nash and Westmeath’s Fionn O’Hara.