THE TOP 4 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The Cabinet Sub Committee on Covid-19 will meet this evening to consider further actions aimed at addressing rising infection rates.

The wider use of Covid certs, antigen tests and a recommendation for people work from home where possible are among the measures set to be discussed.

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Human rights groups have accused Greece of pursuing a politically motivated prosecution of 24 aid workers — including an Irishman.

Seán Binder, who grew up in Cork, faces trial in Athens on Thursday on charges including people-smuggling, fraud and espionage, which he denies.

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A post-mortem’s to be carried out today on the bodies of a man and woman found dead in Co Kerry.

The elderly couple, aged in their 70s and 80s, were found at a house in Dromnevane and removed to Tralee Hospital yesterday.

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Two million euro from dormant bank accounts will be used to help address educational disadvantage.

Under the 2022 Action Plan, funding of over €55m will be delivered across 10 Government Departments.


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