THE TOP 4 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
The Cabinet sub-Committee on Covid-19 meet today to discuss the detailed of a plan to end restrictions.
It’s due to be published on Tuesday and should include details on reopening the live events sector as well as guidance on the return to offices.
Irish citizens in Kabul are being advised to stay away from the airport, as gates are no longer open.
The US President’s warned he’ll make the people responsible for a deadly terror attack near the airport “pay” for what they’ve done.
Work is continuing on trying to stage Electric Picnic next month, with pleas from the live events sector for the Government to show support for the industry.
Some senior ministers are believed to be supporting the idea of holding the event in Laois at the end of September, despite Laois County Council refusing permission.
Works to replace over 1 kilometre of water mains in Blackrock will begin on Monday.
Irish Water and the City Council say the works on Beaumont Drive are needed to replace a section of problematic pipes with modern ones.