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Used vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. File photograph: Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty

Norway has expressed increasing concern about the safety of the Pfizer Inc vaccine for elderly people with serious underlying health conditions after (...)

Stena Line said its ferry the Estrid will operate the new weekend service from Dublin to Cherbourg. Photograph: Stena Line

Two new ferry services direct from Ireland to continental Europe are set to start next week in response to a sharp increase in demand from hauliers fo(...)

Cars and people queue at the vaccination centre at the St Mary’s Hospital grounds in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, on Saturday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Another year of restrictions related to Covid-19 would be necessary before the number of people vaccinated would be sufficient to protect the public i(...)

A nurse prepares to administer Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at a hospital in Krakow, southern Poland. Photograph: Lukasz Gagulski/ Poland out/EPA

European governments said the credibility of their vaccination programmes was at risk on Friday after US pharmaceutical firm Pfizer announced a tempo(...)

 Cox Pippin apple and orange display market stall display in Bray, Co Wicklow.

Take the convoluted, far-reaching consequences of a global pandemic. Add the painful, messy divorce that is Brexit. The result is a perfect storm for (...)

‘The UK’s departure from the EU also has brought implications for our all-island dairy economy,’ said Irish Co-operative Organisation Society president. Photograph: Oktay Ortakcioglu/Getty

Ireland’s agri-food sector dodged a bullet last month when the European Union and the United Kingdom agreed a trade deal. A third of our food and drin(...)

The speed at which people are vaccinated is the only aspect of this that the Government controls. But it is falling far short of what is needed. Photograph: Getty Images

Brexit has combined with Covid-19 to leave the Republic in a parlous place. As the week rolled on, Brexit’s consequences became clear. Businesses face(...)

No Vegas dazzle: The sparse set of an all-digital Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Photograph: Consumer Technology Association/AFP

Image of the week: Virtual Vegas The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is usually a festival of robots, curved television screens and robots with curve(...)

Robert Watt is moving from Merrion Street to Baggot Street to take up his new job as secretary general of the Department of Health. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Monopoly money is not just for Christmas, you know. So here are some sums. Cross the road outside Government Buildings on Merrion Street and turn lef(...)

The State faces a hospitals emergency after the Government’s relaxation of coronavirus Christmas restrictions

Nobody thought it would be this bad. Had we known then what we know now. There was huge demand to reopen the country. People had been locked in for No(...)

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