The ban of alcohol sales on Good Friday is to be abolished after 90 years of restrictions.
Since the ban was put in place in 1927, people could only avail of alcohol if they were having a meal at a hotel, attending a theatre, or travelling by rail, air, or ferry.
Alcohol sales will be permitted on Good Friday this year as the ban is to be lifted before March 30th.
Minister of State David Stanton says that lifting the ban will boost tourism, especially during the busy Easter period.
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