THE TOP 4 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW – Monday November 29th

The National Public Health Emergency Team will meet the Coalition party leaders today, to discuss the new Omicron variant.

Nphet says regulations are being drawn up to give effect to the new travel and home quarantine policies after it met over the weekend.


A new antigen testing programme for primary school children’s to introduced from today.

Parents will receive the tests where another child in their pod is Covid positive or if there has been two or more cases in a class within a week.


Longford, Limerick and Dublin are the most law-breaking counties in Ireland.

They had the biggest amounts of people jailed last year, per capita.


People are to be shown ways to take real climate action by being more energy efficient at home.

The Sustainable Energy Authority has launched a Home Energy Challenge that’ll run from today to next Sunday.


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