A member of the public who came to the aid of a man on trial for murder claims he told him he had killed his wife because she was with his friend.
95 patients are in hospital with the virus, down one from yesterday, with 23 in intensive care.
The Oireachtas Justice Committee has decided the Dying with Dignity Bill is unfit for purpose and "doesn't stack up".
Three remote working facilities in Wicklow have been allocated funding under the Connected Hubs Scheme.
Bank of Ireland is buying most of Davy stockbrokers in a deal believed to be worth more than 400 million euro.
Do Not Swim orders are now in place for two beaches in North Dublin.
Two people have died following two separate drowning incidents in the last 12 hours.
A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency has found rivers in Wicklow continue to score high for water quality.
Two politicians and two hoteliers are due to appear before a court in Clifden this morning in connection with the alleged breach of Covid-19 regulations.
Frustration is growing at the lack of certainty over the number of guests who can attend wedding receptions.
The Stormont executive will meet today to decide whether to allow restrictions to ease significantly on Monday.
The British government's latest statement on the protocol will further destabilise Northern Ireland, according to a US congressman.
The Higher Education Minister insists every single student will have on-site college experience this coming school year.
The number of domestic violence cases sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions has increased by over two thirds this year.