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News At One Monday 6 July 2020

News At One

News At One

News, sport, business and interviews with Aine Lawlor and Claire Byrne.

Taoiseach warns planned re-opening of pubs could be delayed

Taoiseach warns planned re-opening of pubs could be delayed

The Taoiseach has warned that the planned full re-opening of pubs on July 20th could be delayed. Meanwhile, reporter Dyane O'Connor reports that restrictions on international travel are expected to be extended also

Cabinet consider Covid-19 restrictions

Cabinet consider Covid-19 restrictions

Political Correspondent Micheál Lehane says the cabinet will consider whether to extend current restrictions on travel and pub openings later today.

Pandemic Unemployment Payment falls by over 26,000

Pandemic Unemployment Payment falls by over 26,000

Industry and Employment Correspondent, Ingrid Miley reports that the number of people receiving the Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment has fallen by 26,100 over the last week

Substitute teachers should be hired to ensure full school reopening-INTO

Substitute teachers should be hired to ensure full school reopening-INTO

General Secretary of the Irish National Teachers Organisation John Boyle says a full reopening of schools will not be possible unless panels of substitute teachers are hired for schools.

Belfast City Council apologies over Storey cremation

Belfast City Council apologies over Storey cremation

Northern Correspondent Vincent Kearney reports that an apology has been issued by Belfast City Council after it emerged that the Storey family was the only one allowed into Roselawn on Tuesday for a cremation.

Australia to close Victoria-New South Wales border

Australia to close Victoria-New South Wales border

Melissa Davey - from the Guardian's Melbourne bureau reports that the border between Australia's two most populous states, Victoria and New South Wales has been closed because of a spike in Covid-19 cases in Melbourne

Over 12 cars seized in Longford operation targeting organised crime group

Over 12 cars seized in Longford operation targeting organised crime group

Midlands Correspondent Ciarán Mullooly reports that Gardai in Longford, supported by the Criminal Assets Bureau, have carried out searches and seized more than a dozen cars in a morning operation.

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