School Run News: The top stories you need to read this morning
Five big news stories in three minutes.
At Home: Workers return to offices for the first time since the pandemic
Thousands of Irish workers are returning to their offices for the first time since March 2020. As restrictions continue to ease in Ireland, employees are now seeing offices open back up again.
Tanaiste Leo Varadkar said it is a big day for employees who have been working remotely since last March.
He praised businesses who moved online, "Your efforts to date have doubtless saved lives".
Covid: Over 90% of people over 16 vaccinated in Ireland
The HSE's Paul Reid has confirmed that over 90% of people over 16 are now fully vaccinated in Ireland.
Ireland officially has the highest vaccine rate in the European Union, he confirmed.
He added that the figures are "truly remarkable and inspirational.”
Weather: Stormy conditions and heavy rain on the way this week
Met Eireann has warned that the sunny weather will be a thing of the past as stormy conditions are forecasted for the week ahead.
It is understood that heavy rain and strong winds will move across the country in the coming week.
These "unsettled conditions" are likely to last well into the weekend.
Batten down the hatches.
World: Body found amid search for 22-year-old Gabby Petito
Police have found a body in the search for 22-year-old YouTuber Gabby Petito. The social media star has been missing since losing touch with her family in late August.
The body was discovered in Wyoming.
She had been living in a camper van with her 23-year-old boyfriend and traveling across the States at the time of her disappearance.
Celebrity: Adele confirms new relationship with Rich Paul
The Rumour Has It singer has confirmed her new relationship with Rich Paul. Adele shared photos from a wedding the pair attended together over the weekend. She simply captioned the post with a heart emoji.
It is believed the pair have been romantically involved for some time and things are getting serious.
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