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If global warming continues, 183 million people are projected to go hungry by 2050, according to a new UN report.
It’s hoped new laws around IVF will make fertility treatments more affordable
A group of volunteers in Wexford are organising a collection of essential supplies to send to Ukrainian refugees.
That’s according to one man who has recovered and is looking to raise awareness of the issue by cycling across the US.
Detectives say claims have been made by a number of people who were adopted from or worked at named institutions.
Public health officials have advised people to use their own judgement on the use of masks in public settings.
When other Gardaí arrived at the scene he was found in a disorientated state, his uniform was covered in an accelerant, and he had suffered physical injuries.
The Ukrainian interior minister is claiming dozens of people have been killed in the rocket strikes, and many more wounded.
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It’s an 2% increase on December’s total of 8,914, and includes more than 2,500 children.
The scheme is aimed at developing projects which tackle vacancy and dereliction by bringing landmark town centre buildings back to life.
Russia is continuing to launch one of the biggest attacks since the Second World War.
Michael McNamara says this is due to concern’s over the country’s energy security.
It continues a gradual increase over the past decade, as the figure was only 94 in 2011.
Hiring rates in January this year were around 28% higher than in the same month in 2019.
Separate public appeals have been made for 15 year old Bobby Power from Waterford City and 50 year old Barbara Bracken from Bray
Michael Healy Rae and the Rural Independent group are calling for a mini budget to alleviate the cost of living crisis
The suspension of the Nordstream 2 pipeline along with international tensions around the situation in Ukraine will likely fuel further inflation.
Mr. Kinsella was clearing debris from the road with a colleague last Friday when he was struck by a tree during strong winds.
Wexford Walking Trails is hosting a charity walking event in April in support of Climb with Charlie
The changes also mean close contacts of someone with Covid who don’t have symptoms will no longer have to isolate.
Sinn Féin’s seeking cross party support for its motion due to the rising cost of living.
Temperatures are set to drop again across Ireland from tomorrow until Thursday.
DNA will be analysed in the hopes of reuniting families with the remains of their loved ones.
The Taoiseach has said Russia’s decision to move troops into separatist regions of Ukraine has sent a chilling effect across Europe.
It’ll be optional to wear a mask in shops, schools and on public transport from Monday.
Coalition party leaders are meeting this evening, and a cabinet meeting is taking place tomorrow.
The 59-year-old was clearing debris from Storm Eunice at the time.
Minister of State at the Department of Justice and Equality with responsibility for Law Reform James Browne has welcomed the news.