Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said CCTV footage should only be used in creches if it is given the complete backing of all parents amid calls for the safety measure to be introduced.
Ireland’s child protection watchdog can give no “cast iron guarantee” the RTÉ creche scandal is not being repeated in other services after it emerged 37 other creches are on a high-risk safety register.
A family who removed their child from the Hide and Seek creche service at the centre of an RTÉ exposé raised concerns about the facility with politicians and child protection services more than a year ago.
More than two out of every five childcare services being funded by the State were found to be majorly non-compliant with requirements, a report has found.
TEARS rolled down the face of Tommassino Magliocco as he honoured his father, who was murdered in a car bomb attack 37 years ago.
Tears rolled down the face of Tommassino Magliocco as he honoured his father who was murdered in a car bomb attack 37 years ago.
The group representing families of the victims of the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings have said the Taoiseach will be letting himself and the Irish people down if he does not demand the release of British Government files on the attacks.
Campaigners for victims of the Dublin Monaghan bombings today called on the Government to reinstate funding needed to keep fighting for justice.
The 34 victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings will be remembered in the Irish capital today.
Survivors of the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings today backed moves towards an independent truth commission into the North's recent conflict.
BERNIE McNALLY was finishing work for the day when the bomb went off on Talbot Street, Dublin.
BRITAIN was last night facing increased pressure to hold a public inquiry into the Dublin and Monaghan bombings of 1972 and 1973.
Successive governments have failed the relatives of loyalist bombing victims in Dublin and Monaghan for almost 30 years, it was claimed tonight.
A MEMORIAL to three CIE workers killed in bomb attacks in Dublin in the early 1970s was unveiled in the city yesterday.
The families of the three young bus workers tragically killed in bombings in the early 1970s today welcomed the unveiling of a memorial as a positive step.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Michael Conaghan will unveil a memorial on the footpath on Sackville Place tomorrow morning in memory of three CIE workers killed in two explosions on Sackville Place in December 1972 and January 1973.
The Irish Government must hold a full public inquiry into the Dublin and Monaghan bombings, relatives of the victims of the 1974 blasts said tonight as the inquest concluded.
The truth behind the devastating blasts which killed 34 people in Dublin and Monaghan must be revealed, relatives demanded today as they laid wreaths to remember those killed 30 years ago today.
THE organisation of victims and relatives seeking justice for the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings of May 17, 1974, Justice for the Forgotten, has won a twin-track response to the Oireachtas sub-committee’s recommendations.
MEMBERS of an Oireachtas sub-committee considering the Dublin and Monaghan bombings have dismissed claims they have decided not to recommend a full public inquiry into the atrocities.
ONE day in May 1974. Over the years the horror of that day — the 33 lives it claimed, how it blighted the lives of the survivors and bereaved — receded from public consciousness.
TWENTY-NINE years after the greatest atrocity in the history of the state, relatives of the victims of the Dublin-Monaghan bombings are still looking for the truth.
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