The report said it was notable that the three young people who died whilst in care all died from suicide. Photograph: Thinkstock

The deaths of children while in the care of the State were not “related directly to the quality of the service that they received from Tusla”, (...)

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Dr James Reilly. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The school completion programme is more complex than the schools themselves, Minister for Children Dr James Reilly has told the Dáil. “It also involve(...)

Dublin District Family Court in Dublin. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

A family of young children were taken into the care of the Child and Family Agency yesterday after the judge heard allegations of emotional abuse and (...)

After deliberating for 25 minutes the judge ruled against the father. Photograph: Getty Images

A hearing to have two children kept in the care of the State until they are 18 can go ahead before their father’s criminal trial for the alleged rape (...)

The judge extended the interim care order pending DNA results to identify paternity. Photograph: Getty Images

Two children have been taken into care after a mother made claims of incest against the alleged “grandfather” they were living with. A District Famil(...)

A man accused of raping his daughter has launched a High Court action aimed at having childcare proceedings concerning his children adjourned until af(...)

Dublin District Family Court has granted an interim care order for a toddler after a domestic violence incident.  File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An interim care order for a toddler, taken from his parents after his father broke his mother’s jaw, was granted at the Dublin District Family Court y(...)

A large GP practice, a hospice and patients with epilepsy will be among the first to trial the new individual health identifiers. Photograph: Thinkstock

Patients with epilepsy will be among the first to trial individual health identifiers, a unique number which will eventually be given to every person (...)

Gordon Jeyes, chief executive of Tusla, the Child and Family Agency. Photograph: Alan Betson

Changes to the State’s care system will result in payments to foster families ceasing where a young person is not involved in education or training o(...)

A Tusla report has found that some child protection managers are not satisfied that high-risk children can be kept safe. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Six out of 17 Tusla child protection area managers have said they are not satisfied that all children at highest risk in their areas can be kept safe(...)