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 The 49-bed Bellvilla community nursing unit  reopened on January 23rd, 2018, following an extensive renovation of the previous complex. Some 15 beds remain closed

Almost a third of beds remain closed at a HSE nursing home a year and a half after it was renovated and extended at a cost of almost €5 million. The (...)

Tusla referred the case to the National Review Panel to investigate how the case was handled.

Systemic flaws in management, serious errors of judgement and poor assessment and decision making all played a role in the State’s failure to protect (...)

Console founder and chief executive Paul Kelly, together with his wife Patricia and son Tim,  spent €500,000 on groceries, clothes and foreign trips.   Photograph:  Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie

The auditors of disgraced charity Console have been hit with fines and costs orders for tens of thousands of euro following adverse findings by accoun(...)

In 2011, 18 cases of TB were reported following an outbreak     at Cloverhill Prison in Dublin. Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Thirty-five cases of tuberculosis (TB) among prisoners and prison officers in the Irish penal system were notified to the HSE over a 10-year period, a(...)

Almost 542,000 patients are waiting to be seen by a specialist for the first time, according to latest figures, as another 20,000 people were added to outpatient queues last month. Photograph: iStock

Minister for Health Simon Harris has been accused of failing more than a half a million people who are in pain around the country as hospital waiting (...)

Ruth Morrissey (right) and her husband Paul pictured outside the  High Court, Dublin on July 27th, 2018. Photograph: CourtPix

Ruth Morrissey, who is terminally ill with cervical cancer would, on the balance of probabilities, not have got cancer “and be facing a death sentence(...)

The HSE was fined €5,200  over the condition of St Luke’s psychiatric unit. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

Conditions found by inspectors in a HSE psychiatric unit were a physical manifestation of a lack of care afforded to mental health patients, a judge h(...)

Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

A dispute in which the HSE claimed a leading pharmacy group was overclaiming for dispensing fees has been settled at the Commercial Court. The HSE ha(...)

Dr Gabriel Scally:  ‘The media need to back off and stop the sensationalist and inaccurate stuff.’  Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The public health doctor who investigated the CervicalCheck controversy has strongly criticised the Health Service Executive for failing to introduce (...)

Ambulance staff stage a work stoppage last month at the ambulance facility on Davitt Road, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Up to 500 ambulance service personnel are to go on strike for three more days in the weeks ahead as part of a dispute over trade union representation (...)

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