Brotherly love . . . Brothers Ben and Aaron cut each other’s hair during lockdown due to Covid-19.
By Michael Mac Sweeney
Sean Foley, a client at Oaklodge Nursing Home, Cloyne, Co. Cork, is visited by his wife Betty during lockdown.
By Tom Honan
Santa pictured in the Bridge Diner, Dublin with Ethan Ledden (6) and his father Derek Ledden.
By John C Kelly
A man fixes the sound system behind the altar in Tulla, in preparation for the opening of churches to the public as part of the plan to ease Covid-19 restrictions.
Barber Alan Kelly cuts the hair of Anthony Remedy in Temple Bar, Dublin as Anthony’s dog Teddy Bear looks on.
By Gerry Mooney
Civil Defence volunteers Lar Griffin, James Turner and Lloyd Whelan who volunteered to transport patients for testing in the fight against Covid-19.
By Crispin Rodwell
A beggar stares onto near-deserted streets as the pandemic-related closure of retail curtails the number of people in Dublin city centre.
Elena (7) and Lucy (5) Tintori pictured visiting their grandmother Sheela behind a window during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Friends Jazmine Mohammad, Jamie Diab and Precious Retuta pictured in high winds in Howth, Co. Dublin.
By Domnick Walsh
Milo the dog gets passers-by flustered as they think he is in danger, but he has mastered getting his head safely through this fence and back out again.
By Justin Kernoghan
Robyn Peoples from Belfast and Sharni Edwards from Brighton were the first samesex couple to tie the knot in Northern Ireland.
By Justin Farrelly
Sunset over Dublin as we all contemplate the new normal.
By Andres Poveda
Noeline Blackwell, Chief Executive of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, launches #100consent with 20 of Ireland’s leading TikTokkers to raise awareness of sexual consent issues.
By Niall Carson
Fr. Paddy McCafferty resumes hearing confessions while observing social distancing though the locked gates of Corpus Christi Church in Ballymurphy, West Belfast.
By Lorraine Teevan
Girls at St. Brigid’s NS, Killygarry, Co. Cavan enjoy themselves during their ‘Wear your Holy Communion dress to school’ day.
By Gareth Chaney
Carry on Canine Miriam Harper keeps her Pomeranian Clementine dry in a dog pack during a rainy walk in Dublin city centre.
By Dan Sheridan
Freddy Allen dives into the sea at the Forty Foot, Co. Dublin while a skywriting display of a heart lingers in the sky.
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