Housing, social welfare and family law matters were the key drivers of engagement with more than 630 people in Limerick in 2018, according to the latest report from Community Law and Mediation (CLM).
A father-of-three with advanced prostate cancer who is seeking a 12-month extension to the current year-long terminal illness card has called on the HSE to “stop forcing patients on to social media” as they try to claw back medical cards that have been revoked.
The Irish Hospice Foundation has welcomed clarification from the HSE that patients given a medical card after a diagnosis of terminal illness will not lose it if they live longer than expected.
The trial of a woman accused of murdering her boyfriend by stabbing him in the chest has heard that a garda found the deceased lying on his back with blood around his left armpit when he arrived at the scene.
Corofin’s five-year reign as Galway SFC champions looked to have ended yesterday, but captain Micheál Lundy rescued them with an equaliser in the fourth minute of added time to force a replay and deny a determined Mountbellew/Moylough at Pearse Stadium.
A 54th-minute point from midfielder Dee Blayney was the difference at Parnell Park yesterday, when Dunboyne claimed their first-ever LGFA All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship title in a dramatic encounter against Kinsale.