A new 120-bed unit is to be built at the National Rehabilitiation Hospital in Dún Laoghaire. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Funding of €15 million has been allocated for a new 120-bed unit at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin. Minister for He(...)

Clockwise: Dr James Crew, chairman of the Sanata Clara Valley Medical Centre and Berkeley survivors Niall Murray; Hannah Waters; Aoife Beary; and a recovering  Clodagh Cogley

The brain injury and spinal cord centre at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, 80km south of San Francisco, is busy with doctors, nurses and suppor(...)

Des Allen: “I never had to think much about my health in the time before cancer struck. I was indestructible but this cancer has broken me.”

There are no atheists in a foxhole. When the mortars rain down and bullets and shells fly overhead, brave and reckless men cry out for their mother(...)

How the redeveloped National Rehabilitation Hospital – the first phase of which is due for completion in 2017 – will look.

In 2008, the National Rehabilitation Hospital announced a €200 million development plan for the hospital that promised a HSE-funded expansion to al(...)

The new hospital is expected to be ready in 2017, but services will continue at the existing level while the development is ongoing. Photograph: The Irish Times

Paul Cullen, Health CorrespondentA 120-bed facility is to be built on the site of the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire after planning(...)

Correspondence between religious  congregations and the Department of Education, obtained by The Irish Times under the Freedom of Information Act, shows the  orders are taking a firm line against further contributions that would meet the Government’s target of an equal sharing of redress costs. File photograph: Reuters

Religious congregations who have failed to make promised payments to cover their share of institutional redress costs have blamed the shortfall on flu(...)

A protester pictured at the Roscommon hospital protest outside Leinster House. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

All politics is local, as any politician seeking to close or downgrade a hospital will find out very quickly. No issue provokes such emotion in local (...)

Ronnie Conlon campaigning for accessibility in Galway City. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Time was when the job of a young garda might involve sourcing fuel to heat the local station in winter. Ronnie Conlon was one such willing recruit, ba(...)

Vincent O’Driscoll at Cork Circuit Criminal  Court yesterday. Photograph:  Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

A man who suffered devastating injuries when a truck rolled over him has pleaded with truck drivers especially to take more care on the roads. “Tru(...)

incent O’Driscoll at Cork Circuit Criminal Court today. Photograph:  Michael Mac Sweeney/Cork Courts

A 49-year-old haulier who failed to rectify 70 defects in his truck has been jailed for three years for driving over a cyclist who has been left paral(...)