As the number of patients on trolleys who are awaiting a hospital bed increased to 575 yesterday, the HSE warned that the nasty flu season is far from over.
Wed, 10 Jan, 2018
A significant number of people have observed physical or emotional abuse in nursing homes.
Tue, 09 May, 2017
Private hospitals can alleviate the huge pressure on public hospitals by taking their private patients.
Tue, 02 May, 2017
Hospital waiting lists could be slashed if the Government agreed a five-year plan paying private medics to deal with the overflow, it has been claimed.
Tue, 26 Apr, 2016
Mon, 25 Apr, 2016
Many ministerial advisers have seen their salaries increase to reward them for their first year in the job.
Mon, 06 Aug, 2012
IT IS still safe to travel to Majorca, the Government last night advised holidaymakers, despite bomb attacks on the island on Sunday.
Tue, 11 Aug, 2009
FOREIGN holidays are being put on the back-burner as the recession continues to affect the numbers travelling abroad.
Thu, 11 Jun, 2009
THE number of trips abroad taken by Irish people has plummeted by more than 13%, while overseas trips to Ireland have fallen by more than 5%, according to latest figures.
Wed, 08 Apr, 2009
MORE Irish people are taking holidays outside the eurozone because of the strengthening euro, the Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) revealed yesterday.
Sat, 24 Jan, 2009
A NEW online system that requires Irish people travelling to the US to register personal details before they leave is being targeted by global internet scams.
Wed, 31 Dec, 2008
A TRAVEL operator is still hoping against hope that the state’s aviation regulator will let him fly hundreds of children and their parents to Lapland to meet Santa Claus this month.
Fri, 05 Dec, 2008
A third travel company has gone bust this summer with up to 500 people set to lose their holidays, it was revealed today.
Wed, 27 Aug, 2008
THE almost daily reminders that the Irish economy is in the doldrums have not discouraged the public from treating themselves to holidays abroad, according to figures.
Wed, 30 Jul, 2008
THE Labour Relations Commission (LRC) has little more than 48 hours to find a resolution between Aer Lingus and its 480 pilots before they are suspended and thousands of passengers are grounded.
Sat, 13 Oct, 2007
HOLIDAYMAKERS and business travellers spent a record €1.3 billion on foreign travel in just three months this year thanks to the growing popularity of low-cost flights.
Thu, 20 Sep, 2007
MISERABLE weather throughout June has brought bumper business to the country’s airports.
Tue, 10 Jul, 2007
Last minute travel deals are being snapped up by Irish holidaymakers disillusioned by the continuing bad weather, the Irish Travel Agents’ Association said today.
Sat, 07 Jul, 2007
UP to a quarter of swimming pools in European resorts could contain potentially dangerous bacteria, according to studies.
Thu, 21 Jun, 2007
DISGRUNTLED fans of Liverpool who paid top rates to get to the Champions League final in Athens will be able to get a refund from their travel agent if they missed the game, industry bosses said last night.
Fri, 25 May, 2007
THE death knell has been sounded for many parts of the Alps as rising temperatures spell the end of snow.
Mon, 15 Jan, 2007
THE Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has appointed Simon Nugent as its new chief executive.
Fri, 12 Aug, 2005
The Chambers of Commerce of Ireland is seeking an urgent meeting with the Minister for Enterprise and Employment, Tanaiste Mary Harney.
Fri, 23 Mar, 2001
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