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The Department of Health has reported 365 confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday evening. Of the new cases, 41 are in ICU and 103 in hospital. Daily(...)

Catherine Martin: ‘It is vital too that we continue to document and illuminate the experiences and contribution of women during the Irish revolutionary period.’ Photograph: Maxwell Photography

This year we remember and reflect upon the significant events that occurred in 1921, leading to the truce of July 11th and the signing of the Anglo-Ir(...)

The Taoiseach said an announcement would be made next week in relation to overseas travel, as well as the entertainment sector and live events. File image: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

An increase in the vaccination rate this month could create possibilities for overseas travel, as well as live events potentially in June and July, Ta(...)

TG4 director-general Alan Esslemont: ‘Firm direction’ from State needed to ensure Irish content has prominence on pay-TV platforms.

TG4’s attempts to get its app on the Sky Ireland platform have been met with “years of foot-dragging”, it claimed on Thursday, saying its experience p(...)

Minister to share his concerns with officials ‘to see whether we can do anything’. File photograph: Getty

Minister for Communications Eamon Ryan has questioned how a drive-in movie business could be seen as a health risk for the spread of Covid-19 after Re(...)

Aertel is an unloved legacy of the cathode ray tube era. Photograph: iStock

You wait years for a spot of media legislation, then two Bills come along at once. Well, almost at once. The Broadcasting (Amendment) Bill, a mish-ma(...)

Leo Varadkar says he hopes the country can return to near normality by the end of the summer. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Indoor dining is expected to return in July, the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise and Employment Leo Varadkar has said. Speaking at the Oireachta(...)

Foreign holidays: don’t book anything non-refundable just yet. Photograph: iStock/Getty

Are we there yet? No, not just yet. When it comes to non-essential international travel we still don’t have exact confirmation of when we will be(...)

Proposals from Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien, pictured above) were criticised by opposition parties a ‘shambles’ and ‘totally laughable’

Green party ministers have questioned whether housing reforms aimed at limiting the role for “cuckoo funds” could have knock-on consequences for urban(...)

In the UK, Bauer has launched subscription products for some of its music stations. Photograph: iStock.

Thirty-two years after the late dawn of licensed commercial radio in the Republic, a new era for the sector is pencilled to start at the end of May wh(...)

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