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Gunboats to the Channel Isles and amnesty for North’s army ‘vets' – yes it’s election day

Irish Independent 07 May 2021
Send gunboats to the Channel Islands and issue no-prosecution assurances to British army veterans who got into a “spot of bother” in Northern Ireland. And all of that before breakfast time ... Across Northern Ireland there was outrage at another bout of unilateral action in London which goes back on previously agreed treaties.
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Environmentally aware companies in NI doing what they can to ensure a greener future

Belfast Telegraph 06 May 2021
As Northern Ireland sets out plans for net zero carbon by 2050, some companies are determined to play their part in protecting the environment ... Alex McCandless is marketing manager for home-grown insulation company energystore, which has just embarked on planting 2,000 native trees across Northern Ireland.
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Come on down! Wooster tourism hoping for a better 2021

Wooster Daily Record 03 May 2021
Freshly moved from Parma, they opened Lynch's Irish Imports and Gifts and the Market Street Inn bed and breakfast in 2017 ... Imports from Ireland arrived on time and guests regularly checked in ... With no events at the College of Wooster or Ohio Light Opera, the bed and breakfast also stagnated.Foot traffic down by half.
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Ulster fry price rises for first time in three years

Belfast Telegraph 30 Apr 2021
The cost of Northern Ireland’s favourite breakfast has risen by 1.7% in a year, according to Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey’s Ulster Fry Index ... "Once the Northern Ireland Protocol is implemented in full, it is anticipated that the additional costs of more bureaucracy will result in higher food prices.".
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Taoiseach says ‘hope is returning’ as he outlines plan to significantly ease Covid-19 restrictions from May 10th

The Irish Times 29 Apr 2021
He said he wanted to see students back on campus for the new academic year, and for Ireland’s vibrant cultural life to resume ... What's available in the Republic of Ireland and what else is coming? Micheál Martin takes a calculated gamble on reopening Ireland Tánaiste hails ‘day of hope’ as he pledges continued financial supports.
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Covid-19: Cabinet set to approve easing of many pandemic restrictions from May 10th

The Irish Times 29 Apr 2021
What's available in the Republic of Ireland and what else is coming? Restaurants concerned at plan to allow hotels resume indoor dining first Covid-19 infections in India pass 18 million. Inside Politics · Heroes or Zeros? Discussing Ireland's Covid strategy with ISAG's prof Aoife McLysaght.
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Covid-19: Cabinet signs off on plan to significantly ease restrictions from May 10th

The Irish Times 29 Apr 2021
What's available in the Republic of Ireland and what else is coming? Tánaiste hails ‘day of hope’ as he pledges continued financial supports HSE planning to administer up to 240,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses next week. Inside Politics · Heroes or Zeros? Discussing Ireland's Covid strategy with ISAG's prof Aoife McLysaght.
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Wider use of J&J and AstraZeneca vaccines will speed up rollout, says Donnelly

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
Speaking on RTÉ radio’s Morning Ireland programme on his way into the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday morning, Mr Donnelly said it will be “full steam ahead” for the rollout, if the decision is approved ... What's available in the Republic of Ireland and what else is coming? India and Iran set to be added to mandatory hotel quarantine list Covid.
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Johnson & Johnson vaccine deliveries to be halved for rest of April

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
Deliveries of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is set to become an important part of Ireland’s immunisation programme, will be halved for the rest of this month, The Irish Times has learned ... As a result, Ireland’s second delivery, due before the end of the month, will be reduced to around 12,000 doses.
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Pregnant women to be offered faster access to vaccines after Niac advice

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
It comes after deliveries of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is set to become an important part of Ireland’s immunisation programme, will be halved for the rest of this month, The Irish Times has learned ... As a result, Ireland’s second delivery, due before the end of the month, will be reduced to around 12,000 doses.
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Pregnant women to be offered faster access to vaccines after Cabinet decision

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
It comes after deliveries of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is set to become an important part of Ireland’s immunisation programme, will be halved for the rest of this month, The Irish Times has learned ... As a result, Ireland’s second delivery, due before the end of the month, will be reduced to around 12,000 doses.
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Pregnant women likely to be offered faster access to vaccines after Niac advice

The Irish Times 27 Apr 2021
It comes after deliveries of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is set to become an important part of Ireland’s immunisation programme, will be halved for the rest of this month, The Irish Times has learned ... As a result, Ireland’s second delivery, due before the end of the month, will be reduced to around 12,000 doses.
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Automation changes future job market, PA labor secretary tells Hazleton chamber

Standard-Speaker 23 Apr 2021
Sheila Ireland grasps the implications for workers when she looks at fast food restaurants ... They’ve already introduced automated burger flipping,” Ireland, a deputy secretary of labor for Pennsylvania, said. She advised workers to sharpen their skills during a breakfast meeting with the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce on Thursday.
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Lucas Ballard awarded first Roy Wrather FCA Leadership Scholarship

The Covington Leader 23 Apr 2021
Dr. Roy Wrather, a dentist in Covington for 50 years known for his faith and involvement in local sports, died last December at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic ... What was precious to his heart was Jesus ... Photo by Jeff Ireland ... “I helped with FCA breakfasts over the years and I really enjoyed that,” he said ... ....
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Niac meeting today to consider use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The Irish Times 22 Apr 2021
What's available in the Republic of Ireland and what else is coming? Covid-19 ... Professor of infectious diseases Sam McConkey told Newstalk Breakfast this morning that he believes the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should be used as a “substantial part” of Ireland’s national vaccination programme.
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