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The Dáil was told about Government supports for the aviation sector, that by the end of June these would amount to €450m. File photograph: Getty

The Government aims to restore regional air services between Dublin and airports in Donegal and Kerry by July 19th when international air travel resum(...)

Eamon Ryan: ‘I am confident that Ireland will in due course be in a position to join the European digital green certificate for international travel in Europe.’ File photograph: The Irish Times

Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan has warned of the need to ensure that a return to international air travel is “not a stop-start exercise”. He said (...)

Eamon Ryan in the Dáil on Wednesday. Photograph: Screengrab from Oireachtas footage

The landmark Climate Action Bill sets the course of Ireland for the next 30 years, according to Minister for the Environment and Climate Eamon Ryan. (...)

Labour transport spokesman Duncan Smith said that ‘four Aer Lingus aeroplanes that would otherwise have taken off from Ireland will now be taking off from Manchester’. File photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews.ie

Aer Lingus is asking staff in Ireland to move to Manchester where the company is expanding air services, the Dáil has been told. Sinn Féin transport (...)

Mr O’Hara suggested that post offices facing the greatest jeopardy were those at the margins of profitability.  File Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Up to 200 post offices are likely to close over the next 12 to 18 months in the absence of new State financial support, postmasters have warned. Ned (...)

Labour characterised the proposed legislation as ‘weak . . . because it doesn’t change anything’. File photograph: Getty

Mandatory hotel quarantining moved a step closer after Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly introduced legislation in the Dáil that he described as a (...)

Labour TD Duncan Smith:  ‘I’m not going to be lectured on understanding workers.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The act is down to a fine art and people are well used to it by now. It’s easy to anticipate the lines. Nobody really reacts anymore. “Usually, what(...)

Taoiseach Micheál Martin said legislation would be introduced next week on mandatory quarantining. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said the Cabinet will discuss increasing the fine for non-essential travel abroad from €500 to €2,000. He told the Dáil “(...)

Sinn Féin’s Darren O’Rourke  expressed concern that in relation to offshore wind energy the State ‘does not directly own or operate  any such resources’.  File photograph: Getty Images

The State is getting the modern-day equivalent of religious “indulgences” by paying €50 million to Estonia and Denmark for “statistical transfers” to (...)

“Unfortunately the situation is probably being exacerbated by Level 5 restrictions, where more people are staying at home burning wood, coal and peat.”  Photograph: Getty Images

Minister for Climate Action Eamon Ryan has said that the alarmingly high levels of air pollution in Dublin last weekend highlighted the need to tackle(...)

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