'Difficult winter' ahead as levels of coronavirus transmission remain high
Levels of Covid-19 transmission in Ireland remain "uncomfortably high", a senior HSE official has warned.
A Racial Disparity in Schizophrenia Diagnoses in Nursing Homes
Diagnoses for the disorder have soared in the past decade, driven in part by a loophole in regulations. A new study shows the impact has been more severe for Black Americans.
Norway bow and arrow attack: suspect showed signs of radicalisation, say police
A Danish man who is in custody in Norway suspected of a bow-and-arrow attack on a small town that killed five people and wounded two others is a Muslim convert who had previously been flagged as having been radicalised, police have said.
Unvaccinated having 'disproportionate effect' on Covid-19 profile
The last people to remain unvaccinated against Covid-19 are having a "disproportionate impact" on the profile of the virus in Irish hospitals, the deputy chief medical officer has warned.
Covid-19 has not gone away, Taoiseach warns
The Covid-19 pandemic has not gone away, Micheal Martin has warned.
Schoolgirl, 12, died with Covid just days after getting minor cough
A 12-year-old girl died from complications linked to coronavirus just days after developing a minor cough, an inquest has heard.
Deputy medical chief expresses concerns as unvaccinated numbers rise
Ireland's deputy chief medical officer has expressed concern about rising numbers of Covid-19 patients being admitted to hospital.
The Covid report should damn this government: it's tragic that it won't | Marina Hyde
ou will note that good news bear Boris Johnson has given the old swerve-a-roo to the release of the Covid select committee report.
But for a flicker of the old smart alec Perrottet, the NSW premier had Labor's measure during his first question time
It was a strangely muted start when the new New South Wales premier, Dominic Perrottet, faced his first question time in parliament since taking on the top job a week ago.
Victoria Covid update: authorities 'cautiously optimistic' as cases dip to lowest in five days
Victorian authorities are "cautiously optimistic" about containing the Covid outbreak after case numbers dropped to their lowest in five days.