Out of Office: Ryanair to recruit 2,000 pilots, Daily Mail to go private and government’s new return to work strategy
People who are caught using fake passes to access indoor hospitality services could face a fine of up to €2,000, as part of the government's new reopening plan. The cabinet signed off on a series of measures yesterday to allow pubs, cafes, restaurants and other licensed premises operate indoor dining again “safely, sustainably and in line with public health advice”. New legislation, the Health Amendment (2) Bill 2021 is to come before the Dáil and...
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Drone operators face fixed fines for breach of regulations
According to the Irish Aircraft Authority, the ‘administrative sanctions’ are part of the air navigation bill currently before the Dáil
HSE chief: Ireland in ‘final countdown’ stage of vaccinations
The Health Service Executive is considering closing some mass vaccination centres in autumn as the uptake in jabs continues
Facebook asked Irish ambassador to lobby US politicians after landmark ruling
The tech giant fears the Data Protection Commissioner’s data transfer ban could adversely affect how it does business across Europe