Recap: Potters Corner wins the Virtual Grand National (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
All the action, as it happened, from the Virtual Grand National at 'Aintree', where Potters Corner triumphed and Tiger Roll finished a gallant fourth under his welter burden.

Labour leader says other parties should form a govt (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
The new Labour leader Alan Kelly has indicated that his party will stay out of government, however he has said he will continue to engage with all parties.

Supermarkets are 'high-risk sites of infection' (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Supermarkets are high-risk sites of infection for Covid-19, according to the Irish Global Health Network, an independent gathering of people concerned with health inequities globally.

Ray of hope as Covid-19 cases in Europe begin to slow (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Official figures for Europe suggest unprecedented measures to restrict people's movements are working and that the peak may have hit on the continent.

Infection rate of those with Covid-19 drops (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
The number of people that a person with Covid-19 is infecting in Ireland has reduced from 4.3 in mid-March to 2.5 by the end of the month.

UK sees 708 new deaths from Covid-19 (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Britain has reported 708 more deaths from Covid-19 - the fourth successive daily high - as the number of confirmed cases rose to nearly 42,000.

Two dead, eight injured in knife attack in France (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
A man wielding a knife attacked residents of a French town while they ventured out to shop amid a coronavirus lockdown, killing two people and wounding eight others, authorities have said.

35 days after first case, the climb ahead is uncertain (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
We are at the foothills of the Covid-19 peak and the climb ahead is very uncertain, writes Fergal Bowers.

First arrival as medics answer Ireland's call (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
An online campaign focused on repatriating Irish doctors has welcomed its first arrival this morning.

Three arrests after ATMs stolen from banks in Dundalk (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Three men have been arrested by the Police Service of Northern Ireland after two ATMs were stolen from banks on the main street in Dundalk, Co Louth, overnight.

Two missing members of Kennedy family presumed dead (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Two members of the Kennedy political dynasty, including a grandniece of John F Kennedy, are presumed dead after they went missing during a canoe trip.

Man killed in scrambler crash in Blarney, Co Cork (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
A man in his mid-20s has died after his scrambler motorbike collided with a tree in Co Cork.

Covid-19: 17 more deaths, 331 new cases in Ireland (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
The Department of Health has reported 17 more deaths from Covid-19 in Ireland, bringing the overall death toll to 137.

Man shot in Belfast was suspect in Mulready-Woods case (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
The man shot dead in Belfast was a notorious Dublin criminal and was a suspect for the murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods.

Extra staff screening among nursing home measures (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Nursing home staff are to have their temperatures checked twice a day as part of new measures to tackle the coronavirus in these settings.

Mick McCarthy reign ends as Kenny takes over as manager (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
The FAI have confirmed that Mick McCarthy's reign as Republic of Ireland manager is over with Stephen Kenny taking the senior job with immediate effect.

Interactive map: Covid-19 cases in your area (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Interactive map: Covid-19 cases in your area

Majority of patients admitted to ICU under 65 (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
The latest on Covid-19 as 137 people have now died and 4,604 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed.

New Labour leader keeps his powder dry - for now (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
Coy is not exactly the first term that springs to mind when you think of Alan Kelly.

Five positive things happening now (2020-04-05 00:15:00)
From pet therapy to balcony aerobics, here are five things keeping people busy and entertained right now.

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