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Huge Implications For Irish Kids And HSE Following Landmark Keira...

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Young British woman Keira Bell (23) has won her case against the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, which runs the UK's...

Ready For Discharge 4-Year-Old Boy left In Hospital For 2...

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A report from the Ombudsman for Children's Office has found that a 4-year-old boy, despite being medically fit for discharge, was...

Teenager Forced Into Prostitution By Family

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The Sexual Exploitation Research Programme in UCD has highlighted the often dire circumstances of prostituted women in Ireland in its report...

Christmas Gatherings Looking Likely According To NPHET

Paul Cooney
The chances of people being able have Christmas gatherings is looking likely according to the HSE's clinical chief officer, Dr Colm...

HSE Forced To Skip Thousands Of Close Contact Calls

Paul Cooney
The HSE has been forced to skip thousands of close contact calls of people infected with Coronavirus. The backlog is from...

HSE Issue Warning Ahead Of World Sepsis Day

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Ahead of World Sepsis Day on September 13th the HSE is urging people to be mindful of the signs...

Facemasks To Become Mandatory On Public Transport

Elaine Leonard
The Transport Minister Shane Ross has confirmed facemasks are to be made compulsory. He will bring a memo to Cabinet today calling...

8pm Public Show Of Appreciation For Frontline Workers

Clint Drieberg
The Dail has agreed to interrupt its business at 8pm Thursday for a national moment of applause for frontline workers at...

HSE Apologises To 800 Women Who Failed To Receive Cervical...

Elaine Stenson
The HSE has apologised after around 800 women failed to receive CervicalCheck results. The failure to provide results was because of an...

Disruption To Health Services As Support Staff Down Tools

Elaine Stenson
Patients are being told to expect significant disruption to the health service today as support staff go on strike. 10,000 of them...
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