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Six Nations 2020: Debutant Hugo Keenan finishes spectacular Ireland try against Italy

Watch debutant Hugo Keenan finish off a spectacular counter-attack as Ireland scored a length-of-the-field try during their 50-17 win over Italy in the Six Nations.
Tags: News, Ireland, Italy, Hugo Keenan


Six Nations 2020: Debutants among tries as Ireland beat Italy 50-17 to go top

Debutants Hugo Keenan and Will Connors are among the try scorers as Ireland post a big bonus-point win over Italy.
Tags: News, Ireland, Italy, Will Connors, Hugo Keenan


Debut tries for Keenan and Connors as Ireland score 50 points against Italy

Debutants Hugo Keenan and Will Connors are among the try scorers as Ireland post a big bonus-point win over Italy.
Tags: News, Ireland, Italy, Keenan, Connors, Will Connors, Hugo Keenan


Ireland score 50 points against Italy to go top as Six Nations returns after seven-month delay

Debutants Hugo Keenan and Will Connors are among the try scorers as Ireland post a big bonus-point win over Italy.
Tags: News, Ireland, Italy, Will Connors, Hugo Keenan


Six Nations: Debutants among tries as Ireland beat Italy 50-17 to go top

Debutants Hugo Keenan and Will Connors are among the try scorers as Ireland post a big bonus-point win over Italy.
Tags: News, Ireland, Italy, Will Connors, Hugo Keenan


Ireland score 50 points against Italy to go top as Six Nations returns - highlights & report

Debutants Hugo Keenan and Will Connors are among the try scorers as Ireland post a big bonus-point win over Italy.
Tags: News, Ireland, Italy, Will Connors, Hugo Keenan


‘Urban Warfare’ as Europe’s Second Wave Spins Out of Control

ROME—A few hours after the regional governor of the Italian region of Campania where Naples is located announced he would be locking down the entire province to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Neapolitans took to the streets Friday night to defy the order. The situation quickly turned into what one police official likened to urban warfare with protesters lighting dumpsters and ducking teargas being lobbed by police. All the while, the mostly maskless, yelling crowd undoubtedly spread coronaviru...
Tags: Europe, London, News, Greece, Wales, Germany, European Union, Rome, Czech Republic, Ireland, Belgium, Guardian, Venice, Slovakia, Tom Cruise, The Netherlands


The new shopping hours and special rules for Tesco, Lidl, Aldi, Marks and Spencer, Dunnes, and Supervalu as Ireland hits Level 5 - Cork Beo

The new shopping hours and special rules for Tesco, Lidl, Aldi, Marks and Spencer, Dunnes, and Supervalu as Ireland hits Level 5   Cork Beo
Tags: Shopping, Ireland, Supervalu, Cork Beo, Tesco Lidl Aldi Marks, Spencer Dunnes


Facebook moderators in Dublin reportedly forced to work in office despite lockdown

Ireland implemented a new nationwide lockdown earlier this week
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Ireland's beloved wild dolphin Fungie mysteriously vanished for more than a week, and people fear he may have died

Fungie hasn't been seen in Dingle Bay, County Kerry, since October 12, prompting fears he is dead or gone somewhere else.
Tags: News, Ireland, Dingle Bay County Kerry


Ireland suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong

Ireland has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in the wake of national security legislation that Beijing imposed on the...
Tags: Hong Kong, Beijing, Ireland


Ireland: CP86 2.0: Welcome Clarity On Corporate Governance Issues - Maples Group

The Central Bank of Ireland has published the findings of its themed inspection of Irish fund management company governance, management and effectiveness.
Tags: News, Ireland, Central Bank of Ireland, Maples Group


Finland is the 'most sustainable' country, say expats

How 'green' is life in your work country?That's the question InterNations asked its network of expats.The United States ended 30th out of 60 countries. InterNations, the world's largest expat network, has delivered a global ranking with a twist. For the first time, it's asked its members to rate the environmental and sustainability qualities of their work countries. The best country for a sustainable life abroad: Finland. The worst: India. The U.S. lands exactly in the middle, at #30.The ranki...
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Facebook moderators forced to work in Dublin office despite high-tier lockdown

Exclusive: Contract staff deemed essential workers as firm’s own employees work from homeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFacebook moderators working for one of the company’s Dublin-based contractors are being forced to go into the office, even as Ireland returns to its highest tier of Covid lockdown, after their employer categorised them as “essential workers”.Staff with personal shielding requirements are exempt from the order, but those with high-risk family members...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Business, Technology, Media, Social Networking, World news, Ireland, Working From Home, Dublin, CPL, Coronavirus


Ireland: The Anatomy Of The Disciplinary Process - Maples Group

The third of a four-part audio series on Employment Law, hosted by head of our Employment team, Karen Killalea.
Tags: News, Ireland


Ireland: CP86 2.0 – Worth The Wait? - Walkers

The Central Bank's Fund Management Companies – Guidance (the "Guidance") took effect on 1 July 2018 for entities in existence at the time of its publication following the completion of ...
Tags: News, Ireland, Central Bank


Antrim camogs must play All-Ireland opener in Monaghan amid Covid-19 crisis

Antrim's camogie team are ordered to give up home advantage for Saturday's All-Ireland Intermediate Championship game against Carlow.
Tags: News, Ireland, Monaghan


KFC to create 5,400 jobs in the UK and Ireland

The chain says some jobs will be partly funded by the UK's Kickstart scheme, which aims to help young people.
Tags: Business, UK, Ireland, Kfc


Ireland: Changes Introduced By The Gaming And Lotteries (Amendment) Act 2019 - Eversheds Sutherland

The Gaming and Lotteries (Amendment) Act 2019 (the "Act") will come into operation on 1 December 2020. The Act is intended to update the Gaming and Lotteries Acts 1956 to 2013 as...
Tags: News, Ireland


Ireland: All WRC Face To Face Hearings Postponed For Six Weeks, But Can Parties Be Forced To Attend A Remote Hearing? - Ronan Daly Jermyn

As of midnight on Wednesday 21 October, rigorous restrictions will be implemented, as Ireland is placed on Level 5 of the Plan for Living with COVID-19.
Tags: News, Ireland, Ronan Daly Jermyn


Caldwell flying with the putter in Italy

Laurie Canter. Picture: Getty Images Clandeboye’s Jonathan Caldwell believes the best is yet to come as he continued his hot run of form with the putter to open with a super 67 at the Italian Open in Brescia.The Bangor man (36) made seven birdies to share 16th place on five-under, seven strokes behind England’s Laurie Canter, who shot out of the block...
Tags: England, Sport, Ireland, South Africa, Italy, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Denmark, Jamie, Baldwin, Caldwell, Gavin Moynihan, Cormac Sharvin, De La Riva Esp, Dean Burmester


Ireland: Sustainable Financial Disclosures: Key Deadlines For Global Investment Managers - Maples Group

We are now less than six months away from a major regulatory deadline (10 March 2021) which will impact EU managers and also global managers with affiliates in the EU or marketing funds in EU Membe
Tags: News, Eu, Ireland, Global Investment Managers Maples Group


Pixie review – Olivia Cooke radiates in Ireland-set drug-heist comedy

Cooke shines as the title character, a wannabe art student who plans to rob drug-dealing priest Alec Baldwin of a valuable haulPixie is her name and trouble is her game. “She won’t just break you, she’ll take a Kalashnikov to your heart,” is the warning at the start of this hectic gangster comedy from St Trinian’s director Barnaby Thompson. It features a strong lead performance from Olivia Cooke as Pixie, the step-daughter of a smalltime gangster in the west of Ireland. She’s written as a 21st-c...
Tags: Europe, Film, World news, Culture, Ireland, Alec Baldwin, Cooke, Olivia Cooke, San Francisco Continue, Barnaby Thompson, St Trinian, Thrillers (film, Crime films


Facebook’s Photo Transfer Tool Adds Cloud Storage Company Backblaze as an Option

Cloud storage company Backblaze became an option for Facebook's photo transfer tool Thursday, joining Dropbox, Google Photos and Koofr. The social network began testing its photos transfer tool in Ireland last December, with Google Photos as the only option, before rolling it out in Canada and the U.S. in Nay, taking it global in June...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Canada, Ireland, Google Photos, Backblaze, Social Pro Daily, Dropbox Google Photos, Data & Privacy


Ireland: Central Bank Publishes CP86 Review Findings - Arthur Cox

The Central Bank has published the much anticipated findings of the review of its Fund Management Company Guidance (commonly referred to as "CP86").
Tags: News, Ireland, Central Bank, Fund Management Company Guidance


Ireland: Insurers And Reinsurers Need To Ready Themselves For Implementation Of EIOPA Guidelines On Information And Communication Technology Security And Governance - Ronan Daly Jermyn

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (‘EIOPA') has published its finalised "Guidelines on Information and Communication Technology Security and Governance" (12 Oct 2020).
Tags: News, Ireland, Ronan Daly Jermyn, Communication Technology Security


Golf Ireland announces Men's High Performance and Girls Under 17 Performance panels

Alan Fahy (Dun Laoghaire) driving at the 7th tee in the matchplay round two of the AIG 2019 Irish Amateur Close Championship at Ballybunion Golf Club (05/08/2019). Picture by Pat Cashman Golf Ireland has announced the Men’s High Performance and Girls Under 17 Performance Development Panels for 2020-2021. This follows on from the announcement  earlier ...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Leinster, John Murphy, Dundalk, Kilkenny, Holywood, Tom McKibbin, Marc Boucher, Fahy, Dun Laoghaire, Kinsale, Amateur golf, Julie McCarthy, Carton House


Italy Did Everything Right to Stop a Second Wave of the Coronavirus. So What Went Wrong?

ROME—If you turn on the news in Italy right now, you might be forgiven for thinking you are getting reruns from March. Pictures of COVID-only units, field hospitals being erected, exhausted medics and coffins are again dominating headlines as Italy comes to grips with a deadly second wave of COVID-19. On Wednesday, the death toll topped 125 in a 24-hour period for the first time since May when this country was still under a Draconian lockdown and seen as a harbinger of what was to come.What'...
Tags: Europe, News, Senate, Rome, Czech Republic, Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, National Mall, Anthony Fauci, Naples, Fauci, France Spain, Walter Ricciardi, Riccardi, Milan Rome


Dublin 'eerie' as Ireland plunges into second lockdown

A "cloud of sadness" descended on the streets of central Dublin Thursday as Ireland became the first EU nation to return to a full coronavirus lockdown.
Tags: News, Eu, Ireland, Dublin


Facebook Dating finally launches in Europe, having been delayed since Valentine's Day over data protection concerns

An image from Facebook showing video-calling in Facebook Dating. Facebook Facebook Dating has finally launched in Europe after nine-month delay. The in-app feature finds matches based on preferences, interests, and activity on Facebook. EU regulators postponed a planned Valentine's-Day launch over data protection concerns. They now say Facebook has provided "detailed clarifications" on how the in-app feature will process data. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook ha...
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