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High Court proceedings aimed at preventing Friday’s proposed strike by Siptu members at the country’s airports start this morning.

High Court proceedings aimed at preventing Friday’s proposed strike by Siptu members at the country’s airports start this morning. The pr(...)

Ryanair claims the industrial action would affect almost 100 flights and 13,500 passengers. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Dublin Airport Authority and Ryanair have initiated separate High Court proceedings aimed at preventing next week’s proposed strike by Sipt(...)

It has been reported that the HSE director general Tony O’Brien had told the Minister in a letter accompanying the plan that proposed spending cuts on the medical card scheme was being taken “against the advice of the HSE and the Department of Health”.

The Government has abandoned plans to seek more than €100 million from the health insurance industry in “accelerated payments” this year.The payment o(...)

Minister for Health Dr James Reilly. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Plans by health service management to end arrangements which allowed staff to continue to work the shorter week that applied prior to the Haddington R(...)

A confidential Government report  showed  just 10 of the 109 public nursing homes meet new standards to be enforced by the Health Information and Quality Authority in 2015.

“Massive work” costing possibly hundreds of millions of euro will be needed to upgrade State-run nursing homes , according to Minister of State with r(...)

A report by the State’s spending watchdog found more than €4 million of public funds was paid into an unofficial Siptu bank account which was u(...)

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