As part of an Unreported Europe episode focusing on the survivors of Ireland's child sex abuse scandal at the hands of Catholic priests, Euronews speaks to former police officer Martin Ridge about the huge difficulties he faced to try to help the victims. View on euronews
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Pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes across Wales will not be able to servealcohol and must close at 6pm in new restrictions which come into force from6pm on Friday, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced. Mr Drakeford tolda Welsh Government press conference that coronavirus was “accelerating acrossWales” and the gains achieved during the country’s 17-day firebreak lockdownwere being eroded.
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Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes across the country will not be able to serve alcohol, and must shut by 1800 from Friday.
Indoor entertainment venues - such as cinemas, casinos and bowling alleys - will have to close from the same date, as well as indoor attractions such as museums, galleries and heritage sites. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Johnny Williams has urged Wales fans to keep their patience and he says thatWayne Pivac’s squad will “keep moving forward.” Wales’ latest defeat – a 24-13Autumn Nations Cup loss to England at Parc y Scarlets – was their seventh innine Tests since Pivac succeeded Warren Gatland last year. It was Wales’strongest performance of a difficult Nations Cup campaign, though, with try-scoring Scarlets centre Williams the stand-out player on only his second Testmatch appearance.
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Paddy Fryers, 28, who runs the organisation called Warm for Winter, on theHa'penny Bridge in Dublin's city centre with some of the thousands of coatsdonated to help the city's most needy make it through this winter.
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Gardai are investigating the discovery of the bodies of a woman and twochildren. The woman, 37, and two children, an 11-year-old girl and a six-year-old boy, were found at a home in south Dublin. Gardai are conducting atechnical examination at the scene in Llywellen Court, Ballinteer.Superintendent Paul Reidy, from Blackrock garda station, said Gardai arecurrently treating the deaths as unexplained. Gardai have also urged thepublic to refrain from speculating about the case on social media.
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Guinness has launched a new alcohol-free version of its famed stout after afour-year endeavour to replicate the taste of the original black stuff. TheIrish brewer says Guinness 0.0 is a response to a growing consumer appetitefor non-alcohol, lower-calorie beverages. The product was developed by aninnovation team based at Guinness’s brewery at St James’s Gate in Dublin.
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England are to play all but one of their four Autumn Nations Cup matches at Twickenham after the competition replacing the customary November programme was... Belfast Telegraph Also reported by •The Age •BBC News