‘The worldwide nursing shortages and ageing workforce highlight the importance of improving the recruitment and retention of nurses within the health care systems’
New leader Rodrigo Duterte has made good on his election campaign promises
President was right to speak of the need to recognise the atrocities committed by both sides
Party politics risks pushing the tax system back to looking like it did before the ‘bust’
Two questions dominate conversation: When will Enda go? And will it be Simon or Leo?
Double standards in the media have become increasingly obvious
The next 10 weeks will be the first test of ‘new politics’ following its summer slumber
We know that there is a vast differential in risk depending on how nicotine is consumed
How does the exam tell an employer what they need to know about a new worker?
The power of word of mouth has shifted to putting words in people’s mouths
Newton Emerson: It looks like this attempt to move the party upmarket is becoming increasingly ad hoc as it fails to produce any stand-out performers
‘Given the similarity between burkinis and the wetsuits often needed to navigate the cold Irish waters, the beachside burkini question in Ireland may be a moot point’
‘If the public health service were a business it would not last very long’
I’m not hijacking the birthplace of my father to avoid a couple of visas, nor am I casually jumping ship
Brian Boyd: I’d rather throw myself on top of a funeral pyre than watch Mrs Brown’s Boys. But the programme wasn’t commissioned with bitter cranks like me in mind
‘Just try to come up with some other explanation for why she’s so infrequently photographed in sandals or flip-flops’
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