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Ireland must support an intellectual property rights waiver for Covid-19 vaccines at crucial WTO meeting as daily death toll escalates in India and Brazil
The European Union, and its lynchpin project, the euro, had a charmed existence in publicity terms during the worst of the Brexit years from 2016 to 2019.
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The public's trust in the Government soared last year as a result of its policies to improve income protection during the Covid-19 crisis, research from NUI Galway has revealed.
Over the last year, COVID has forced most of the population of Ireland to spend an unprecedented amount of their time at home. Cut off from family, friends and colleagues and unable to travel, home has changed from not only being our domestic abode but to also becoming our workplace, our gym and our play zone. But squeezing so much under one roof 24/7 is not easy and it can, if we allow it to, feel too often like a prison.
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Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement by Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD, of the publication of a new Regional Airports Programme for the period 2021 to 2025.
The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group, which runs the local public hospitals, has appealed to people to rely on trusted, responsible sources for information on the Covid-19 vaccine.
An innovative GMIT-led project supporting the growth and sustainability of female food entrepreneurs in the European Union has been shortlisted in the Green Gown Awards 2020 (UK and Ireland).
Last Thursday, President Michael D. Higgins gave a powerful thought-provoking speech to an online (via Webex) meeting of people of all ages drawn from a wide strata of local society on why the movement towards transforming Galway into a National Park City is so crucial at this particular time in human history due to unprecedented climate change, biodiversity loss and pandemics, and why it can be a template for other cities in Ireland to follow.