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The Guardian view on France's green wave: seizing the moment | Editorial

The march of Europe Ecology is yet another example of how parties of the environment are steadily acquiring power and influence across the continentLyon, Strasbourg and Bordeaux; Besançon, Poitiers and Tours: the list of powerful cities that turned green, after France’s municipal elections last weekend, was long and impressive. Marseille has been a conservative fiefdom for decades. But a leftwing alliance propelled Michèle Rubirola, the candidate of Europe Ecology – France’s Green party – to the...
Tags: Europe, Climate Change, France, Germany, Environment, European Union, World news, Ireland, Marseille, Strasbourg, Green Party, Green politics, Bordeaux, Europe Continue, Europe Ecology, Besançon Poitiers


Coronavirus: Ireland sees rise in percentage of cases coming from international travel

Ireland's health minister warns there are concerns of a second wave with a rise in foreign travel.
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Ryanair pilots agree to 20% pay cut in attempt to limit job losses

Accepting temporary pay cut is ‘right thing to do’ after collapse in demand, says pilots’ unionCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageRyanair pilots have agreed to take a 20% pay cut as part of efforts to avoid up to 3,000 job cuts at Europe’s biggest budget airline.The pilots’ union Balpa announced on Wednesday that 96% of its Ryanair members had voted to accept the temporary pay cut in order to “save jobs that were under threat” due to the collapse in demand for flights in...
Tags: Europe, Business, UK News, World news, Ireland, Ryanair, Airline Industry, Michael O'leary, Balpa


Horse rescued after ending up a mile off Ireland's coast in Atlantic Ocean

A lifeboat crew came to the aid of a horse that had bolted over a mile out into the Atlantic Ocean from a beach in Donegal, Ireland.         [Author: Storyful]
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Most Ryanair job losses can be avoided if staff take pay cut, says Michael O'Leary

Airline planned 3,500 job cuts but is ‘engaged in extensive negotiations’ with employees Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageRyanair’s chief executive has told staff the airline can avoid many of its planned 3,500 job losses if they agree to pay cuts of up to 20%.Michael O’Leary, who announced plans to axe 3,000-3,500 jobs in May, said on Wednesday that across-the-board pay cuts could be an alternative to job losses. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Business, UK News, World news, Ireland, Ryanair, Airline Industry, Michael O Leary


Lockdown easing pits Irish health officials against airline bosses

Ryanair used its return to a more regular schedule on Wednesday to pile pressure on its home market of Ireland to ease travel restrictions in a debate that has pitted airline bosses against increasingly cautious health officials. Ireland's then caretaker government said last week it planned to lift a 14-day quarantine for anyone travelling to and from countries that have also suppressed the coronavirus from July 9 and would publish a list of safe countries.
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As Ireland reopens, locals are kissing Blarney Stone again

People in Ireland are tentatively returning to shops, hair salons and restaurants as the country emerges from its coronavirus lockdown -- and some are going further still, kissing the famous Blarney Stone in order to regain the "gift of the gab."
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Cineworld Delays Reopening U.K. Cinemas Following ‘Tenet’ Date Shift

Cineworld is pushing back the reopening of its U.K. and Ireland cinemas from July 10 to July 31. The business is the first of the U.K. cinema chains to delay reopening following the second date shift for “Tenet.” The Mooky Greidinger-run firm confirmed the new date on Tuesday, just days after Warner Bros. pushed back […]
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Cineworld Delays Reopening U.K. Cinemas, Regal Theaters Following ‘Tenet’ Date Shift

Cineworld is pushing back the reopening of its U.K. and Ireland cinemas from July 10 to July 31. The new date also applies to the firm’s U.S. chain Regal Cinemas. The business is the first of the U.K. cinema chains to delay reopening following the second date shift for “Tenet.” The Mooky Greidinger-run firm confirmed […]
Tags: News, Global, Ireland, Cineworld, Tenet, Coronavirus, U S chain Regal Cinemas


Ireland: Extension And Deferral Of Filing, Reporting And Exchange Of Information For DAC6, CRS/DAC2 And FATCA - Dillon Eustace

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Irish Revenue Commissioners ("Revenue") have confirmed the deferral of reporting and exchange of information deadlines for...
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Ireland: Webinar – The Outlook For Aviation Financing Post-Covid-19 - Ocorian

Watch our webinar ‘A new focus for aviation financing: A discussion on the outlook for the sector post-lockdown' on-demand below.
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Coronavirus: 'Worrying trend' of rising cases in Ireland

Ireland's chief medical officer urges people "not to go ahead" with bookings to travel abroad.
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Marcus Armytage's Diary: Mick Barnes was a man of many parts - as Fred Titmus would testify

Last week was a bad one for racing folk going before their time but Mick Barnes, one of the great characters to have attached themselves to the sport (it may well have been vice versa), will not have had too many complaints when he hopped the twig aged 84. Born in Adlestrop, died and buried last week in Oddington (1 mile away), briefly lived in Stow-on-the-Wold (three miles away but he thought it ‘rough’); in his time Barnes was one of the finest stonemasons in Gloucestershire. He had several cl...
Tags: England, News, France, Sports, Ireland, Gloucester, Churchill, Gloucestershire, Willie Mullins, Phillips, Fred, Barnes, Mick, Charlie Brooks, Fred West, Marston


Ireland Launches Fund to Support COVID-19 Production Guidelines

Screen Ireland, the government development agency for the country’s screen sector, has launched a €1 million ($1.12 million) COVID-19 Production Fund, designed to partially offset additional production costs associated with implementing the newly published film and TV production guidelines (see link). Productions funded by Screen Ireland can apply for up to €75,000 ($84,600) per project. […]
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Coronavirus live news: Iran records highest daily death toll; nearly 20,000 new cases in India

Mumbai extends lockdown as India records 19,459 new cases for second day running; China’s military approves vaccine for use on its soldiers; Ireland reopens pubs, gyms and hairdressers; global deaths exceed 500,000Global report: Covid-19 deaths pass half a millionUS health secretary says ‘window closing’ to stop virusNew Zealand’s isolation facilities under ‘extreme stress’See all our coronavirus coverage 2.04pm BST Kazakh president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has ordered his government to prepare...
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Coronavirus live news: India reports nearly 20,000 new cases for second day running

Mumbai extends lockdown as India records 19,459 new cases; China’s military approves vaccine for use on its soldiers; Ireland reopens pubs, gyms and hairdressers; global deaths exceed 500,000Global report: Covid-19 deaths pass half a millionUS health secretary says ‘window closing’ to stop virusNew Zealand’s isolation facilities under ‘extreme stress’See all our coronavirus coverage 1.01pm BST India reported close to 20,000 new Covid-19 cases for the second day running on Monday, as the fina...
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Ireland: Asset Management And Investment Funds Legal And Regulatory Update May 2020 - Arthur Cox

Welcome to the May edition of our Asset Management and Investment Funds Legal and Regulatory Update.
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Ireland: Mining For Exceptions In The New Copyright Directive - Arthur Cox

In this first of our series of briefings on the DSM Directive, we look at the two new mandatory exceptions to copyright for text and data mining.
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Ireland: Employee Claims Entitlement To Higher Wage Due To Computational Error In Contract - Arthur Cox

The case of Marek Balans v Tesco Ireland Limited [2020] IEHC 55 concerned an appeal to the High Court against a decision of the Labour Court by an employee who was not paid in accordance...
Tags: News, High Court, Ireland, Labour Court, Arthur Cox, Marek Balans, Tesco Ireland Limited


Coronavirus live news: China's military approves vaccine for use on its soldiers

Ireland reopens pubs, gyms and hairdressers; deaths exceed 500,000; California governor closes bars in several counties; half a million confined in BeijingGlobal report: Covid-19 deaths pass half a millionUS health secretary says ‘window closing’ to stop virusNew Zealand’s isolation facilities under ‘extreme stress’See all our coronavirus coverage 12.22pm BST Wearing face masks will be made compulsory on Northern Ireland’s public transport system later this week. The Northern Ireland executi...
Tags: Science, California, China, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Medical Research, Frankfurt, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Northern Ireland, Stormont, Centogene, Coronavirus outbreak


Coronavirus live news: pubs, hairdressers and gyms open in Ireland; global deaths pass 500,000

California governor closes bars in several counties; half a million confined in Beijing; cases worldwide top 10m; Follow the latest updatesGlobal report: Covid-19 deaths pass half a millionUS health secretary says ‘window closing’ to stop virusNew Zealand’s isolation facilities under ‘extreme stress’See all our coronavirus coverage 11.20am BST While Italians celebrate the beginning of summer and thousands flock to the beaches, authorities have identified at least ten new Covid-19 clusters ac...
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Ireland: Evidencing Construction Delay Claims - The Importance Of Maintaining Site Records When Substantiating Or Defending Delay Claims - Ronan Daly Jermyn

Since the reopening of non-essential construction sites from 18 May, some contractors are reporting that works are progressing at a slower rate due to compliance with the Return to Work Safely...
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Coronavirus lockdown: Pubs, restaurants and barbers reopen in Ireland

Restaurants and cafes can also reopen from Monday provided they can observe social distancing.
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Ireland: CCPC Guidance: Identifying And Avoiding The Use Of Unfair Terms In Consumer Contracts – June 2020 - Matheson

As the Irish economy begins to reopen its doors following the Covid-19 lockdown, businesses continue to be subject to a strengthened regulatory framework of consumer protections and additional
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‘Fleabag’ and ‘Normal People’ Release Crossover Video for Charity (Watch)

The hot priest from “Fleabag” had two unexpected visitors in his confessional booth — Connell and Marianne from “Normal People.” The Emmy-winning Amazon Prime series and Hulu’s latest hit show crossed over in a sketch raising money for RTE Does Comic Relief, a charity in Ireland raising money during the coronavirus pandemic. Andrew Scott, who […]
Tags: News, Ireland, Hulu, Marianne, Connell, Andrew Scott, Fleabag, Normal People, Paul Mescal, RTE Does Comic Relief


Covid-19: risk of death in UK care homes 13 times higher than in Germany

Exclusive: figures show Britain second only to Spain among major European countriesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageCare home residents were more likely to die of Covid-19 in the UK than in any of the major European countries apart from Spain, analysis of global data has revealed.The proportion of residents dying in UK homes was a third higher than in Ireland and Italy, about double that in France and Sweden and 13 times higher than Germany. The analysis of official st...
Tags: UK, Sweden, France, Germany, Spain, UK News, Britain, Ireland, Italy, Social Care, Older people, London School Of Economics, Coronavirus outbreak


Could Wales follow Ireland with a 'rotating first minister'?

The role of first minister in Wales could be rotated in future, according to a Welsh political expert.
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Ireland to keep its 14-day quarantine on British travellers: Sunday Times

The memo with the Irish cabinet committee said it was "highly unlikely" that Britain would be included in Ireland's safe travel list, the report added https://bit.ly/2VqTm9E. Ireland plans to lift from July 9 a 14-day quarantine for people arriving from countries that have also suppressed the coronavirus, the Irish government said on Thursday.
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Growth in young Irish COVID-19 cases 'a real concern': chief doctor

A growing number of COVID-19 infections among people under 35 years of age is a "worrying trend," Ireland's chief medical officer Tony Holohan said on Saturday as the country reported the highest number of new infections for two weeks. Ireland has reported sharp drops in the number of infections in the past month to low and stable levels, allowing the government to accelerate the reopening of the economy, with almost all businesses allowed to open next week. On Saturday, Ireland reported 23 ne...
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Police find body in search for missing teenager Noah Donohoe

Officers say they are supporting boy’s family following discovery in north Belfast Police believe the body of missing teenager Noah Donohoe has been recovered in north Belfast.The Northern Ireland police service (PSNI) said the body was found at about 9.45am on Saturday but was not able to confirm it was that of the 14-year-old, who was last seen on Sunday evening. Continue reading...
Tags: UK News, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Belfast, PSNI, Noah Donohoe, Belfast The Northern Ireland



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