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If you are living abroad in a country where schools and creches are reopening, The Irish Times would like to hear from you. Photograph: iStock

The experience of countries such as Germany, France, Denmark and Greece that are in the process of reopening schools and childcare facilities will be (...)

All students will not be able to return to school full-time in September, Minister for Education Joe McHugh has said.

All students will not be able to return to school full-time in September even if social distancing rules are reduced from two metres to one, Minister (...)

Cityjet lost a contract with Aer Lingus to provide services from Dublin to London City Airport, Birmingham and Paris, several weeks ago.

Irish-based Cityjet pilots fear Scandinavian crew will replace them when the troubled airline resumes flying once Covid-19 travel bans are lifted. Ci(...)

The European Commission will propose a stimulus package of as much as €750 billion in an unprecedented push to overcome the deepest recession in living memory. Photograph: Laura Hutton/RollingNews.ie

The European Commission is to propose a €750 billion fund to counter the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic that would be raised by joint bor(...)

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen during a plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

The European Commission has laid out plans for massive investments aimed at counteracting the damage of the coronavirus pandemic, while also modernisi(...)

The European Commission will set out its proposal on Wednesday for an economic recovery package to rescue the bloc from a pandemic downturn expected to be the worst in a century. Photograph:  Daniel Roland / AFP via Getty Images

The European Commission will set out its proposal on Wednesday for an economic recovery package to rescue the bloc from a pandemic downturn expected t(...)

European Parliament president David Sassoli: “Now is not the time for rigid thinking but for reconstruction.”  Photograph:  Getty Images

The European Parliament will block a recovery fund proposed to help stem the deep economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic unless it is sufficientl(...)

Brussels faces an entrenched split over ways to finance Europe’s economic recovery after a group of four northern member states rejected a Franco-German plan to issue EU debt to provide grants for Covid-19-stricken countries.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Brussels faces an entrenched split over ways to finance Europe’s economic recovery after a group of four northern member states rejected a Franco-Germ(...)

People walk past a billboard in Dublin which is part of the Government’s In This Together campaign. Governments around the world are starting to worry about how to keep the public onside during the long, divisive, fretful months ahead. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

If there were any taxi drivers or hairdressers around to make small talk, they would be enduring a lot of very short, very dull conversations. None of(...)

Mr O‘Toole claims the  cable’s route is  through sensitive fishing grounds in Clew Bay, containing habitats of protected endangered species including the bottle nosed dolphin and the Brent goose.

A Clare Island fisherman has won the first leg of his High Court battle over the laying of fibre optic cable off the Mayo coast because a decision gra(...)

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