A member of the National Covid-19 GP Advisory Committee, Dr Ray Walley, has said GPs are dealing with hundreds of calls every day and the most significant workload is the triage of and dealing with the coronavirus.
The much-anticipated performance was well-received.
Helicopters plucked 15 people from the roof of a burning LA tower block.
A passenger plane from Afghanistan’s Ariana Airlines has crashed in a Taliban-held area of Ghazni province, local officials said.
Three of Europe’s biggest airlines have ended a legal challenge against the British government after it scrapped its quarantine rule for travellers coming from some of the most popular tourist destinations.
An Irish perspective on what the future might look like in a covid-19 world. COVID-19 is having a huge impact on the shape of the world we live in. It is changing how we interact, work, travel, shop, and think. It is impacting the attitudes of people and forcing them to confront their thinking and […]
The non-inclusion of ‘Youth Affairs’ in the renamed Department of Children must be reversed, Youth Council says.
Researchers studied the foot impressions of the ground-dwelling birds and compared them to those made by small therapods.
The former Sinn Féin president compared the refusal of Fine Gael and Fianna Fail to enter talks with the party with previous unionist policy.
Manchester United boss says Martial, Rashford and Greenwood can be “so much better.”
On Monday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the city would become the first place in the UK to go into a local lockdown.
He shared the news on Twitter.