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‘Workers need to be in a mindful place where you can close a door on work and re-enter home life’ Most of us have spent the past few months with(...)

Loveday Quinn receives a visit from her husband Noel at Belmont House Nursing Home in Stillorgan, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Loveday Quinn (75) sat inside the reception area of the Belmont House nursing home in Stillorgan, Dublin on Monday afternoon. “Is Noel here yet?” sh(...)

Social care worker Jason Fitzpatrick with his partner Saran and 16-month-old   daughter Lexi. Since the restrictions, Jason has been redeployed from day services for people with intellectual disabilities to residential services

The struggle to juggle has upped a gear for many of us as we try to cope with school and crèche closures, family responsibilities, and pandemic fears (...)

Dave and Rob Kearney with Jamie Heaslip who are all backers of the Lemon & Duke pub that is in dispute with FBD over Covid closure cover. Photograph: Leon Farrell/ Photocall Ireland

Mediation has failed to resolve a dispute between a Dublin pub and insurer FBD over whether FBD must pay for losses of pubs closed as a result of the (...)

Cathy Brooks: “If I’ve to give blood for the rest of my life, I don’t want my blood to be dumped because there’s too much iron in it. I want my blood used.”

“The first symptom I had was a hot flush. To say peri-menopausal was not on my radar is an understatement” says Cathy Brooks, development manager with(...)

Henry Street in Dublin on Friday. The capital accounts for over half of the national total of 24,506 cases. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

There are significantly more cases of coronavirus on the north side of Dublin than other parts of the capital, according to new figures from the Healt(...)

Many food businesses have launched delivery services

Order prepared food and ingredients from kitchens and farms, and stay occupied with books, toys and paint There has been an explosion of food oper(...)

Flooded with calls: ‘By yesterday we had it nailed, and feedback on the food was great. But people were getting frustrated that they couldn’t get through on the phone,’ says Gaz Smith of Michael’s of Mount Merrion. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Demand for takeaway food soared over the weekend, causing problems for some of the restaurants that have turned to offering meals for collection and d(...)

On several occasions over the last year, St John of God charity has not had funds to pay staff salaries.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The St John of God charity is in discussions about the Health Service Executive taking over the running of the majority of its community healthcare se(...)

Saint John of God   Community Services had run a financial deficit of €5.5 million in 2018. Photograph: iStock

Serious funding problems facing Saint John of God (SJOG) Community Services, a charity providing healthcare services to 8,000 children and adults, wer(...)

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