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Dispute: Healthcare assistant Liz Meade protests alongside fellow staff at St Monica’s Nursing Home in Belvedere Place, Dublin, one of three facilities shutting down with the loss of 180 jobs. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Dispute: Healthcare assistant Liz Meade protests alongside fellow staff at St Monica’s Nursing Home in Belvedere Place, Dublin, one of three facilities shutting down with the loss of 180 jobs. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Dispute: Healthcare assistant Liz Meade protests alongside fellow staff at St Monica’s Nursing Home in Belvedere Place, Dublin, one of three facilities shutting down with the loss of 180 jobs. Photo: Steve Humphreys

An order of nuns has been urged to "do the right thing" and pay a "fair" redundancy package to more than 180 nursing home workers.

Staff at the Caritas Convalescent Centre, St Mary's Centre Telford and St Monica's Nursing Home in Dublin have protested after being told the homes were closing down.


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