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Thomas Pringle: ‘I cannot stress enough that the new maternity hospital must be public and it must be secular’

The Minister of State for Disability Anne Rabbitte has said while concerns “continue to circulate” in relation to the potential involvement of the Rel(...)

DCC chief executive Donal Murphy

Diversified Irish energy and services group DCC delivered strong growth in the first half of 2021, the company said, with operating profit rising 11 p(...)

A woman who sued a hospital over an alleged delay in diagnosing and treating a viral illness has settled her High Court action for €10 million. The se(...)

HSE chief executive Paul Reid: ‘It hasn’t stalled anything on it . . . It has merely been a point-in-time feedback with the process.’ Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

HSE boardroom concerns about the make-up of the board of the new National Maternity Hospital (NMH) were not stalling the €500 million project, HSE chi(...)

The site of the new national maternity hospital on Sisters of Charity Land at St Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

It would be “inappropriate” for the State to own the land on which the new national maternity hospital will be built, a private meeting of the Nationa(...)

The Tánaiste has said a number of issues in relation to the relocation of the National Maternity Hospital remain to be resolved but has expressed confidence that all legal procedures would be carried out at the St Vincent’s site. Photograph: Colin Keegan.

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar says he has “no concern” that medical procedures which are lawful in the State will be prevented from being carried out in the n(...)

Labour Party leader Alan Kelly said the statement from the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group has ‘upped the ante to the point where it makes the Government look ridiculous’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The State’s attempts to buy the land that the new national maternity hospital will be built on have been thrown into disarray after the St Vincent’s H(...)

The site for the proposed hospital is currently owned by the Religious Sisters of Charity, who founded St Vincent’s Hospital. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Why are we talking about this again? Blistering rows over the ownership and oversight of the new National Maternity Hospital have raged for the guts (...)

Currently, the Sisters of Charity plan to transfer the site for the planned National Maternity Hospital to a charitable entity

The Government is set to make renewed efforts to explore the acquisition of lands where the new National Maternity Hospital is to be built, The Irish (...)

Healthcare 21 chief executive Tara Kearney: “This is an exciting development for Healthcare 21, our 450 employees, our suppliers, our customers and all stakeholders.”

Cork-based medical equipment supplier Healthcare 21 Group has been acquired by Swedish peer AddLife in a deal worth up to €245 million, delivering a m(...)

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