Easter is upon us and the doors to the churches are shut around most of the country. The “land of saints and scholars”, a moniker given to Ireland because of its rich Christian tradition, may soon be replaced with the more accurate “ the land of Sodom and begorra!”.
It's spring time and a new generation of lambs are being born amongst the numerous flocks that graze nonchalently on the rich pastures and atop the sparser rocky hills of Ireland. The only threat these sheep pose is to a meadow of long grass. Other types of species of sheep are far more dangerous.
Pregnant women will now be prescribed chemical abortions via remote consultations.
Stormont finance Minister Conor Murphy has rejected a suggestion that he misled the Assembly over his attempt to jointly secure an order for personal protective equipment (PPE) with the Irish Government.
As a pandemic causes havoc across the world the recognition that an existing pathogen that fills the daily newspapers becomes all too clear. Maybe the isolation has rendered it more visible, but its always here and has been for quite some time.
The scheme designed to help employers keep their staff by the Government paying a portion of their salary has had over 39000 registrations of employees.