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Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) said if members backed the proposals, industrial action would involve a 24-hour stoppage in all hospitals. However any industrial action is unlikely to take place until mid December at the earliest.

Nurses are to ballot for a nationwide all-out strike as part of a campaign to secure pay increases to tackle recruitment and retention difficulties. (...)

Nearly 8,000 patients had to wait on trolleys and chairs in hospitals last month for admission to a hospital bed, nurses have revealed. The Irish Nur(...)

 Coombe hospital: the bishops have no say in any maternity hospital in the State. None are run by the church. Photograph: Barry Cronin

Agitation over the Catholic bishops Code of Ethical Standards for Healthcare in recent weeks was greatly exaggerated. Relevant healthcare facilities (...)

UK police opened a major investigation in 2014 after the man told detectives he had been abused at military locations and at apartments close to parliament.

A man who alleged he was a victim of a historical child sex ring involving high-profile figures including senior political and military individuals h(...)

Research published by the Central Bank found that households with a high current loan-to-value ratios on their mortgages were vulnerable to a shock.

Nearly 4 per cent of Irish mortgages taken out before the crash could default in the event of a financial shock, according to a new study. The resear(...)

An photograph showing Niall Bowditch and Kasper Kacprzak from a GoFundMe page set up for their families.

Family members of the pilot who died in a plane crash which also killed a seven-year-old boy in Co Offaly on Sunday are expected to arrive in Ireland (...)

Emergency services at the scene of the crash of a light aircraft near Clonbullogue, Co Offaly, on Sunday. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Gardaí have recovered two bodies from the scene of a plane crash in Co Offaly tonight. The 7-year-old boy and the plane’s pilot were pronounced dead (...)

In its latest quarterly bulletin the Central Bank suggested that house prices would continue to rise, but played down concerns of another property-price bubble. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

The property market is showing no signs of cooling, with prices advancing 13 per cent year-on-year in February. This compares to an annual increase of(...)

There were nearly 640 patients on trolleys in hospital emergency departments and on wards awaiting a bed on Monday, nurses have said. The Irish Nurse(...)

The Luas tram at College Green, Dublin. New figures show the divergence in income between the regions and Dublin was at its lowest in 2010 at the height of the financial crisis but has widened each year since then. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Disposable incomes in Dublin are now nearly 15 per cent higher than the national average, according to figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO(...)

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