Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.
Updated Mon 8:50 AM
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1. #ALMOST THERE: The leaders of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party are set to resume talks today with a deal on a programme for government in sight.
2. #WAGE SUBSIDY: Wage subsidy recipients with mortgage approval are now left uncertain as to whether they can purchase a home.
3. #EARLY DOORS: Shopping centres can reopen from today but limits on children and defined routes may become the “new normal”.
4. #CORONAVIRUS: The HSE has launched a study to test for Covid-19 antibodies in the Irish population.
5. #NEW RESEARCH: Pine martens could be the solution to saving red squirrels in urban areas according to new research from Northern Ireland.
6. #BEELEEK: A man in his 70s has died following a road crash in Mayo.
7. #BREXIT: Boris Johnson is set to hold a video call with Ursula von der Leyen in a bid to revive post-Brexit trade talks.
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8. #NO THANKS: Facebook has rejected calls from Australia to share advertising revenues with the media.
9. #BALLYBANE: A man has been charged in connection with a stabbing in Galway yesterday.