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Healthcare workers line up for their Covid-19 booster shots at Citywest vaccination center in Dublin
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The new parents said they were paying private companies more than twice the going rate to get birth certificates for their children due to huge delays in registering their births in Dublin and neighboring counties
- Green Party Leader and Transport and Environment Minister Eamon Ryan said there are many changes that can be made to combat the climate crisis worth doing anyway
- Deputy head of the Greens Catherine martin said there could be no “opportunistic populism” in the fight against climate change
- A Derry man was killed when a tree fell on his car as Storm Arwen swept through Britain and Northern Ireland
Public health officials have reported an additional 4,791 cases of Covid-19
- The call for RTÃ’s Toy Show raised more than 5 million euros in donations, which will go to charities that support children
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a hastily organized press conference. UK today reported its first two cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19
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#OMICRON: Two cases of the new variant of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Germany, regional officials said, in two travelers who arrived at Munich airport from South Africa.
# CHANNEL TRAGEDY: The first of 27 people who died crossing the Channel on Wednesday was named Maryam Nuri Mohamed Amin, 24, a young Kurdish woman from northern Iraq.
#DOWNING STREET: UK chief scientific adviser Patrick Vallance said a vaccine for the Omicron variant could be ready in as little as 100 days.
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Giant kites flying over Pattaya Beach in Thailand as part of Pattaya Fireworks Festival
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