Coronavirus: 13 more deaths and 402 new cases

Coronavirus: 13 more deaths and 402 new cases

By William O'Connor

13 patients have died from COVID-19 and 402 new case...

This week's front pages - 2nd of April 2020

This week's front pages - 2nd of April 2020

The Echo is on shop shelves today across communities in Tallaght, Clondalkin, Lucan a...

Helpline to provide assistance and support for community

Helpline to provide assistance and support for community

By Mary Dennehy

A DEDICATED community support helpline for the South Dub...

Coronavirus: 14 further deaths and 212 new cases

Coronavirus: 14 further deaths and 212 new cases

By William O'Connor 

14 patients have died from ...

Coronavirus: 17 further deaths and 325 new cases

Coronavirus: 17 further deaths and 325 new cases

By William O'Connor

17 patients have died from COVID-19 and 325 new case...

Coronavirus: 8 more deaths and 295 confirmed new cases

Coronavirus: 8 more deaths and 295 confirmed new cases

By William O'Connor

EIGHT patients have died from COVID-19 and 295 new cases ...

283,000 receive Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment

283,000 receive Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment

By William O'Connor

283,000 people were awarded payment of the Covid-19 ...

Coronavirus: 10 further deaths and 200 new cases

Coronavirus: 10 further deaths and 200 new cases

By William O'Connor

10 people have died, eight males and two females fro...

Coronavirus: 3 further deaths and 302 new cases confirmed

Coronavirus: 3 further deaths and 302 new cases confirmed

By William O'Connor

THREE people died today from COVID-19 and 302 new ca...

Coronavirus: 10 more deaths and 255 new cases

Coronavirus: 10 more deaths and 255 new cases

By William O'Connor

10 people have died from COVID-19 today and 255 new ...

  • Tallaght father Mick Morrissey issues an important message after his son Alex tragically passed away
  • Sixteen of Ireland’s most iconic sports stars join forces
  • A message from Stephen Kenny
  • Happy Mother's Day - Sea of Change Choir
  • The Echo speaks to Trish Nolan manager of the South Dublin County Volunteer Centre

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