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So we’re another week further on, heading towards May 5. However, in the last seven days, the Taoiseach, Simon Harris and various other people, some political, some scientific, have begun to say that there is no certainty at all that we will open up any area of life come next Tuesday, May 5.
Insider has had a lot of time to think recently, particularly about the narratives that we are all subject to from various sources within society, whether it is Government, the media, special interest groups, or far-right conspiracy theorists.
Survey finds people are willing to share personal date to solve Coronavirus crisis Spring lamb with cannellini beans a must this Easter Sunday
New research indicates a massive 87% of Irish people would be willing to share their personal data and medical records if it helped to solve a global pandemic like COVID-19. While 84% believe technology will ultimately help to beat the outbreak.
The current Coronavirus lockdown presents a trying time for any manager of a GAA club team - especially one who has just taken over a new side with ambitions of becoming the best in the county once again - but that is the situation new Castlebar Mitchels manager Alan Flynn finds himself in.
SOCIAL MEDIA can often be a toxic, abusive, and ugly space, but with the coronavirus lockdown, artists, writers, and especially musicians, have shown that social media can, at it's best, be a positive and uplifting space.
Heart and stroke presentations in Irish hospitals have fallen in recent weeks due to public concerns
CONTEMPO HAS cancelled its concerts for April and is planning to postpone shows planned for May, owing to the continuing restrictions needed to combat the coronavirus.
Due to the recent outbreak of coronavirus many of us have found ourselves housebound and unable to engage in any of the activities or classes we normally would. This is particularly difficult for older people who are self-isolating.
I suppose we’re all living in the one land now, which is dominated by coronavirus.
A leading Galway TD has come out in support of allegations by the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers' Association, which have accused meat factories of "profiteering" during the coronavirus crisis.