Review of card holders' 'eligibility' will terrify parents
THE Health Service Executive (HSE) has admitted that a highly distressing letter it sent to families coping with their child's incurable sleeping disease should have been shown in advance to director general Tony O'Brien.
THE family of a woman left with serious brain injuries after a brutal attack said it was a "disgrace" that her ex- boyfriend will serve a maximum of five years in prison.
IT was CRC chairman Jim Nugent who broke the news to the organisation's employees that chief executive Brian Conlan had quit.
HE was a world champion athlete in his day -- now Eamonn Coghlan is promoting physical education in primary schools.
THE Health Service Executive (HSE) is to ask taxpayers for a bailout of nearly €200m today even though hospitals have failed to collect €146m it is due from health insurers for treating private patients.
A BAR owner will be sentenced next year for health and safety breaches that resulted in an employee being crushed to death in a lift shaft.
BANKS and other financial institutions have pocketed close to half-a-million euro in credit card fees generated by the property tax.
A COURT has ruled that it would be unjust to jail a man who had previously avoided a custodial sentence for dangerous driving causing death -- despite finding the sentence in the case had been too lenient.
A YOUNG child has told his grandad how he saw his parents being shot. "Grandad, it was a real gun," the seven-year-old boy said.
Glam up your glasses ahead of Christmas party season thanks to Aurora at Specsavers.
Specsavers is once again sponsoring the children’s categories at this year’s Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards.
The clock’s going back and the end of Daylight Savings Time marks a period when the days get shorter and the evenings get longer.
Model, actress and fashion icon Suki Waterhouse visited Kildare Village to celebrate the seasonal ‘Toast to Chic’ campaign, this year’s festive campaign at the Collection of nine Chic Outlet Shopping® Villages in Europe.
If you get a strong sense of ‘déjà vu’ when you open your Christmas presents this year, you may have very good reason.
There’s a new dance craze sweeping Ireland ...
A new study of people in Ireland has found that those who consult a financial adviser have more than twice the value in savings and investments than those who don’t (€50,800 v €24,447)
The increase in the credit appeal limit figure from €500k to €3m, has been given a strong welcome by the Head of the Credit Review Office, John Trethowan.
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