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The new National Development Plan plots a significant change both in the amount of State investment spending and in where it is allocated. Its startin(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed new national paediatric hospital.

An additional 2,600 beds are to be provided under the Government’s new national development plan which will see the development of several new hospita(...)

Project Ireland 2040: a new Metro link is due to run between Swords and Sandyford, in Dublin

Project Ireland 2040 aims to provide balanced regional development, in order to reduce Dublin’s growing economic domination, and to improve the State’(...)

More than 10 per cent of the population  sits on the outpatient waiting list.   Photograph: Frank Miller

The number of outpatients awaiting hospital consultations reached a new high last month of 502,482. It was only the second set of monthly figures re(...)

“A courthouse can be an intimidating place and it is a place where life-changing decisions occur on a daily basis,” said Mr Justice Frank Clarke

Up-to-date technology was essential in the delivery of a modern, efficient court system, it was stressed on Monday as a new courthouse was officially (...)

Jim Ferry from his “Justice for Jim” Facebook page. He says  “you may have succeeded in putting me out of business, but I haven’t gone away you know”

The Criminal Assets Bureau is investigating the fugitive Donegal waste operator Jim Ferry. The unit, which investigates suspected proceeds of crime, (...)

Nicola Stewart of the Letterkenny Three Store won the internal competition for her customer-care idea.

Last week, four employees of Three Ireland pitched innovative ideas for the business to a Dragons’ Den-style panel at the company’s headquarters on Si(...)

A bed-capacity review says  occupancy rates are running at close to 100%   across the hospital system, posing a legitimate risk to patient safety

There were 668 people on hospital trolleys and on wards awaiting admission to a hospital bed on Tuesday as a Government-commissioned report advised th(...)

Rory Lenihan (50), a former Department of Social Welfare clerical officer, pleaded guilty to 12 sample charges at Letterkenny Circuit Court of stealing  information about welfare recipients. File photograph: iStockPhoto

A civil servant was paid more than €20,000 for stealing and passing on confidential information on hundreds of people to private investigators, a cour(...)

The following are highlights from the HSE’s estimate of service requirements for unmet critical need: Benign gynaecology: There is “ a critical servi(...)

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