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Ógra Fianna Fáil called on Leo Varadkar to resign and accused him of “rude double standard” on Merriongate. Fianna Fáil base members are furious at Mr. Varadkar’s presence at the infamous Merrion Hotel garden party for 50 VIP guests last month. And this has now manifested itself in a demand from the party’s official youth …

Bionica Emas will create 35 jobs in Westmeath with the establishment of a storage, distribution and labeling site in Ireland. he company provides a range of services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, including access to drugs and ancillaries for use in clinical trials. The company is opening a 7,000 square foot facility in Kilbeggan …

A Cork pub owner apologized after being filmed saying he hopes the COVID pandemic will continue for another ten years due to the financial support he receives from the government. Tony Campion, owner of the Silver Key pub and restaurant in Cork City, was recently caught on camera saying he was hoping the pandemic would …

The Government of Northern Ireland has made plans to help entrepreneurs deal with severe delays and inflation. The Northern Ireland executive advised government departments to cooperate “in a spirit of mutual trust” when dealing with delays caused by the shortage of building materials. They said if the contractor has provided evidence of an open book …

A general view of the crowded street as retail business fully reopens as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions continue to ease after a long period of lockdown in Dublin, Ireland on May 17 2021. REUTERS / Clodagh Kilcoyne DUBLIN, Aug 3 (Reuters) – Five Roman Catholic bishops from Ireland’s 22 dioceses set to challenge COVID-19 restrictions …

A leading immunology expert criticized the government’s “last minute” approach to establishing Covid vaccine certificates, calling the deployment a “disaster.” Liam Fanning, professor of immunovirology at University College Cork, called for the use of antigen testing in public places to identify infectious individuals. He believes rapid tests should be widely available and should be used …

The Northern Ireland office insisted it had “no intention” to introduce a “code of ethics” prohibiting the media from investigating the unsolved murders of the Troubles if a statute of limitations was introduced by the government. rivate Eye reported allegations that an NIO official said the government was preparing a code of ethics for the …

Des O’Malley, who was a dominant figure in Irish politics for four decades, has died at the age of 82. r O’Malley was less than two years of TD when he was appointed Minister of Justice in a government in crisis, affected by a cabinet plot to import weapons for the IRA, as sectarian violence …

MPs will return to Stormont on Tuesday to tell the British government that they will not agree to plans to end the prosecution for the crimes of Troubles. The House has been recalled from its summer recess as anger grows over proposals revealed last week by Secretary of State Brandon Lewis to address legacy issues …

The government must limit the interest rates charged by approved lenders despite concerns previously raised by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe that such a move could exclude some lenders from the market. The government announced Monday that it has approved the drafting of the Consumer Credit (Amendment) Bill 2021, the main purpose of which is to …