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The overall national 14 day incidence rate as of Thursday is 202, a number that has continued to decline, although remaining relatively high.  Photograph:iStock

Buncrana in Co Donegal has recorded the highest 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 in latest data released by health authorities, while the lowest rate(...)

Lucia Ryan, principal of Hartstown Community School:  The school  splits up larger classes and uses the  gym as a temporary learning hub where students learn remotely. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

When Hartstown Community School learned of its third case of Covid-19 , it followed the official guidelines: the student self-isolated while the princ(...)

The house where the body was found was sealed off immediately when gardaí arrived and has since been examined by members of the Garda Technical Bureau.

Gardaí investigating the discovery of a woman’s body that was found in her home in west Dublin on Tuesday morning are treating her death as “unexplain(...)

Michal Kurek, a homeless man with addiction difficulties, was found  in the gateway of a country lane in Ballyboughal with 62 stab wounds to his body

A Central Criminal Court jury has found a man guilty of murdering his former flatmate, whom he stabbed 62 times - including 25 times in the back - bef(...)

Large parts of south Dublin have lower incidence than many areas not affected by the new restrictions. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart region of west Dublin has the highest rate of Covid-19 in the State, according to the first national breakdown of incide(...)

Michal Kurek’s body was found in a gateway on a country lane in Ballyboughal, Co Dublin  on August 4th, 2017.

A homeless man was found lying face down in a country lane in north Co Dublin with more than 60 stab wounds to his body, a murder trial has heard. S(...)

Dublin’s drink only-pubs will not be allowed to reopen next week as planned due to rising coronavirus cases in the capital.

Dublin’s drink only-pubs will not be allowed to reopen next week as planned due to rising coronavirus cases in the capital. The move to delay the Sep(...)

Dr Ronan Glynn: ‘It’s all time for us to redouble our effort to say safe.’

The rise in cases in Dublin is being driven by household transmission, the acting chief medical officer Dr Ronan Glynn has stated. Dr Glynn said ther(...)

Epidemiologist Prof Sam McConkey says the wide differences in Covid rates seen in Dublin shows a general lockdown of the city would not be justified. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Parts of Dublin have Covid-19 infection rates 2½ times as high as neighbouring areas in the capital, according to the latest figures from the Health P(...)

The defendant’s barrister  submitted at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that the fact that his client had been given morphine for pain while attending accident and emergency affected his behaviour. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A prisoner who “demonstrated admirable speed, dexterity and agility” when he slipped handcuffs and made “a run for it” will serve an additional six mo(...)

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