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26th Sep 2021

School Run News: The top stories you need to read this morning

Kat O'Connor

Five of the top news stories in three minutes.

At Home: Gardaí seek public’s help in finding missing teenager

Gardaí are seeking the public’s help in finding missing 16-year-old Arkardiusz Niedojad.

The teenager has been missing from the Clondalkin area for a week.

He was last seen on Monday, September 20th. He has been described as 5″9 in height, slim build with blonde hair, and blue eyes.

He was last seen wearing a Canada Goose Jacket, black and white Nike runners, and Nike tracksuit bottoms.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Gardaí.

Waterford city named the best place to live in Ireland

Waterford city has been crowned the best place to live in Ireland.

The city beat popular places including Clonakilty, Galway city, and Killarney.

Judges picked Waterford city as the winner due to its livability, pedestrianised streets, beautiful buildings, and the weather.

Covid: Holohan says it is the right time to ease measures in schools

Dr. Tony Holohan has stressed that it is the right time to ease Covid measures in primary schools.

Both parents and teachers have expressed their concerns as measures are eased this morning.

However, the CMO stated: “Both nationally and internationally, the evidence tells us that schools are a low-risk setting for the transmission of Covid-19 among school-going children.”

Weather: Goodbye sun. Autumn weather to arrive with a chill this week

Get the scarves at the ready because it’s time to bid farewell to the sunny weather. Autumn is set to arrive this week.

Met Éireann has forecasted cooler conditions and heavy showers for the coming week.

Celebrity: Riverdale star KJ Apa becomes a dad for the first time

Riverdale actor KJ Apa and his girlfriend Clara Berry have welcomed their first child together. Berry, a model, gave birth to a son on September 23rd.

The couple decided to call their baby boy Sasha.