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Cyber attack a nightmare scenario for security experts (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
The cyber attack on HSE systems is a timely reminder of how vulnerable organisations and individuals are, writes Will Goodbody.

Edwin Poots to succeed Foster as new DUP leader (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Edwin Poots has been named as the new leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland.

UK says variant could delay full reopening (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the government would accelerate its COVID-19 vaccination programme, to try to contain a fast-spreading variant first identified in India that could knock a reopening of the economy off track.

Facebook loses challenge to data regulator inquiry (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
The Data Protection Commissioner can proceed with an inquiry that could lead to a ban on Facebook's data transfers from the European Union to the United States, the High Court has ruled.

Two arrested after drugs and weapons seizure in Clare (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Two men have been arrested following the seizure of weapons, including imitation firearms, and €40,000 of suspected cannabis in Co Clare.

Journalists sue Twitter, Eoghan Harris for defamation (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Two journalists have asked the High Court for orders requiring social media giant Twitter to provide them with information about account holders they allege have defamed them.

Deadline set in bid to resolve secretary pay dispute (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
School secretaries and caretakers campaigning for better pay, pensions and job security will have to wait till 21 May for the Government to complete a "data gathering exercise" aimed at costing their claim.

Planning permission for 300 apartments overturned (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
A High Court judge has overturned planning permission for more than 300 apartments at Dublin's Docklands and criticised An Bord Pleanála for what he described as a "certain laxity" in its examination of the developer's documents.

Almost 3,000 drivers notified of penalty point change (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Almost 3,000 learner and novice drivers will be contacted about a reduction in the maximum number of penalty points they can receive before being disqualified.

Clashes across Israel as Gaza bombardment continues (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Israel faced a widening conflict ahead of the weekend as deadly violence erupted across the West Bank amid a massive aerial bombardment in Gaza and unprecedented unrest among Arab and Jewish Israelis inside the country.

What we know so far about the HSE cyber attack (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
The Health Service Executive says it has suffered a "significant ransomware attack", prompting it to temporarily shut down its IT system.

'Tell your parents to get vaccinated', advises Glynn (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
RTÉ's children's news programme news2day asked the children of Ireland to send in questions to put to Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn and here's what he said...

Martin and Johnson discuss Ballymurphy inquest findings (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
The Taoiseach has held a wide-ranging discussion on Northern Ireland and British-Irish issues with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Chequers, his country estate.

5 things we learned from the latest Covid-19 briefing (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
From Prof Philip Nolan saying there are "strong grounds for optimism" due to the effects of vaccination, to the identification of 41 cases of a Covid-19 variant of concern, here are five things we learned from the latest NPHET briefing.

As it happened: Ransomware and Covid developments (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Look back at today's top stories including the HSE cyber attack and developments on the Covid-19 pandemic.

Public 'cannot rely' on antigen tests, NPHET warns (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
The Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has said results of antigen tests carried out by the public cannot be relied upon.

'Number of days' before systems back working - HSE (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
HSE Chief Clinical Officer Dr Colm Henry has said it will take "a number of days" before the HSE's computer systems are back up and running.

Tusla's child protection referral system not operating (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Child and family agency Tusla has said its IT systems are not operating as a result of today's cyber attack on the Health Service Executive.

'We will not be paying any ransom' over cyber attack (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said it will "take some days" to assess the impact of the cyber attack on the Health Service Executive's IT system.

Covid-19: Four further deaths, 425 additional cases (2021-05-15 00:15:00)
The Department of Health has been notified of four further deaths associated with Covid-19. There have also been 425 additional confirmed cases.




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