Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has pledged that no projects will be scrapped to foot the bill for the controversial children's hospital build as he unveiled a €2.1bn HSE capital spending plan.
Publicans have said they are fully behind the implementation of the Public Health Alcohol Bill, which doctors say will save lives.
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A man who contracted CJD during a brain operation performed when he was a child died 30 years later, an inquest heard.
Eight people were taken to hospital this morning following a chemical spill at the Bristol-Meyers Squibb plant in Swords, Co. Dublin.
A murder probe was launched last night after a 30-year-old man was stabbed to death in Co Louth.
A Kildare man has been jailed for three and half years for the manslaughter of a student in Mullingar over 18 months ago.
A man has been remanded in custody after appearing in court in Galway earlier today in connection with the serious assault of a man at the weekend.
PARENTS are being warned against giving children paracetamol and ibuprofen for mild fevers.
A Mayo man has been remanded in custody pending sentence for his part in an assault which left the victim wheelchair-bound and requiring lifelong care as a result of serious brain injuries.
A Mayo man has been jailed for six years for an assault which has left his victim wheelchair bound and requiring life long care as a result of serious brain injuries.
A Mayo man has been remanded in custody pending sentence for an assault two years ago which caused his victim serious brain injuries leaving him wheelchair bound and requiring life long care.
TEENAGERS are dying and families are being torn apart due to a lack of services for adolescent drug addicts, campaigners have claimed.
A retired member of the Garda Special Branch has been jailed for five years and disqualified from driving for 15 years for drunk driving causing death and serious injury.
ACCIDENT and emergency departments at some of the country’s biggest hospitals reported an easing off in the beds crisis over the bank holiday weekend.
IRISH people with motor neurone disease are dying sooner than those in other countries because of inadequate health services.
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