The top four things you need to know – Monday September 6th

Organised indoor events and mass gatherings can resume today, as part of a significant easing of Covid restrictions.

They can operate at 60 per cent capacity if all adults are fully vaccinated, or have recovered from the virus.

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Social Justice Ireland is calling for social welfare rates to be increased by a minimum of 10 euro as part of Octobers budget.

The group says its up to the Government not to leave the vulnerable behind.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs is expected to release documents later on the now defunct appointment of Katherine Zappine as a UN Special Envoy.

It comes ahead of Minister Simon Coveney’s appearance before an Oireachtas Committee tomorrow to answer further questions on the controversey.

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Nicola Roberts says her “heart is aching” following the death of her Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding.

The singer, who was 39, died yesterday following a battle with breast cancer, which had spread to other parts of her body.


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