The virus, which is nowadays carried mainly through injected drug use, is being discussed at an Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) conference in Dublin.
Sat, 16 Feb, 2019
A new report has found mental health problems are costing Ireland's economy 8.2 billion euro every year.
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Bus unions are to announce a range of targeted strike actions today as the crisis in Bus Éireann intensifies.
Thu, 02 Feb, 2017
There is growing pressure on the Government to launch an independent inquiry into the exposure of members of the Air Corps to cancer-causing toxins at Casement Aerodrome.
A tight result is expected later today in the ballot of secondary teachers over whether to continue or end a number of industrial disputes.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s hopes and British Prime Minister Theresa May’s promise to maintain a seamless and friction free Irish border is unenforceable, it has been claimed.
Richard Bruton plans to divest patronage from Catholic primary schools. We’ve been here before and the Church still holds all the cards, writes Michael Clifford.
The need for 24/7 crisis community-based mental health services was raised with the Mental Health Minister Helen McEntee yesterday when she was handed a petition signed by 12,000 people demanding better services.
Brexit may put a halt to the recent strong growth in the motor industry, with new car sales expected to fall this year.
Fine Gael members are concerned a new childcare scheme does not take mortgage and rent payments into account.
Campaign groups have claimed not enough is being done to tackle inequality and child poverty.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been asked to order raids on the horse racing industry amid claims there is “ruthless illegality”, “exploitation”, and a black economy operating in the sector.
There are concerns TDs and senators responsible for recommending the future of water charges to the Dáil for a vote will not finish their work by the March deadline.
He’s used to bagging goals from whipped-in crosses and threaded through balls, but Robbie Keane may be the beneficiary of a different kind of assist if he scores a new world record.
Enda Kenny told his party that he left British prime minister Theresa May in “no doubt” this week when she visited Dublin that Ireland “would not stand” for a hard border with the North after Brexit.
Crime bosses have lost more than €8m in cash, €65m worth of drugs and almost 100 luxury vehicles as a result of Garda anti-gangland operations in the last year.
Commissioner’s briefing comes on back of heavy blows against gangland, writes Cormac O’Keeffe.
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