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Sharp fall in Irish COVID-19 cases has likely ended: official

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DUBLIN A sharp fall in COVID-19 cases in Ireland is likely to stall following the ending on Dec. 1 of six weeks of strict lockdown, a senior health official said on Thursday.

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Sharp fall in Irish COVID-19 cases has likely ended - official 03 Dec 2020

DUBLIN A sharp fall in COVID-19 cases in Ireland is likely to stall following the ending on Dec. 1 of six weeks of strict lockdown, a senior health official said on Thursday.

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Sexton back as Ireland name strong squad for Scotland clash 03 Dec 2020

Fit-again captain Johnny Sexton will return when Ireland take on Scotland in their Autumn Nations Cup clash at the Aviva Stadium after coach Andy Farrell named the squad on Thursday.

Rugby-Sexton back as Ireland name strong squad for Scotland clash 03 Dec 2020

Dec 3 Fit-again captain Johnny Sexton will return when Ireland take on Scotland in their Autumn Nations Cup clash at the Aviva Stadium after coach Andy Farrell named the squad on Thursday.

Rugby: Scotland ring the changes for clash in Ireland 03 Dec 2020

Debutant Jaco van der Walt is one of six Scotland changes to face Ireland in the Autumn Nations Cup at the weekend as coach Gregor Townsend rung the changes after their home loss to France last month.

Rugby-Scotland ring the changes for clash in Ireland 03 Dec 2020

Dec 3 Debutant Jaco van der Walt is one of six Scotland changes to face Ireland in the Autumn Nations Cup at the weekend as coach Gregor Townsend rung the changes after their home loss to France last month.

Irish foreign minister sees 'good chance' of Brexit deal within days 03 Dec 2020

DUBLIN Ireland's Foreign Minister Simon Coveney on Thursday said he believed there was a good chance that Britain and the European Union would secure a trade deal within days.

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Irish tax take down 6.9% at end-November, corporates bounce back 02 Dec 2020

DUBLIN Ireland's tax take fell 6.9% in the first 11 months of 2020 but a worrying slide in corporation tax in October was not repeated in November, the most important tax month of the year when around 15% of revenue is collected.

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Ireland warns UK not to breach Brexit divorce deal again 02 Dec 2020

DUBLIN Ireland's foreign minister warned on Wednesday that if the United Kingdom's forthcoming finance bill deliberately breaches the Brexit divorce accord, it will be taken as a signal that London does not want a trade deal.

Ireland warns UK not to breach Brexit divorce deal again 02 Dec 2020

DUBLIN, Dec 2 Ireland's foreign minister warned on Wednesday that if the United Kingdom's forthcoming finance bill deliberately breaches the Brexit divorce accord, it will be taken as a signal that London does not want a trade deal.

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Coronavirus claims 1.5 million lives globally with 10,000 dying each day

Over 1.5 million people have lost their lives due to COVID-19 with one death reported every nine seconds on a weekly average, as vaccinations are set to begin in December in a handful of developed nations. | Video