Just hours after announcing around 600 employees had been furloughed or laid off temporarily as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Co Fermanagh-based Quinn Industrial Holdings has donated stocks of vital personal protective equipment (PPE) to front line health care workers.
The European Union's leading official has urged member countries to respect the bloc's core values amid fears that restrictions imposed by some national governments to combat the coronavirus pandemic could erode democracy across the continent.
Former NHS doctor and professor of Public Health University of Bristol Dr Gabriel Scally has said Ireland’s geographical advantage is being squandered by the adoption of different approaches to dealing with the coronavirus.
Northern Ireland's Health and Safety Executive has had a 1,800% increase in complaints made against firms over safety concerns amid the coronavirus lockdown measures but said it has no plans to visit employers.
We are asking our sporting personalities how they are dealing with action coming to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic and how it has affected their daily lives.
Tyrone hurling club Eoghan Ruadh have stated that they would be prepared to open their gates if the NHS were to adopt the approach of their southern counterpart, the HSE, and use GAA premises as testing centres for coronavirus.
It's somewhere around episode seven that reality stars begin to lose the plot. In the Big Brother house, someone's used another contestant's stock cube and they're crying about it over a cigarette. It's a few degrees too cold but instead of putting on a jumper, they're in the diary room saying they want to go home. Meanwhile, on Love Island, after hearing the villa's new entrant say they "want to get to know everyone equally", an Islander is seductively eating a popsicle on their partner's knee.
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