The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) has advised anyone who is taking the product, or who recently stopped taking it and has health concerns, to contact their doctor straight away.

Consumers using U-Dream products, marketed as herbal sleeping aids, have been advised to stop taking the capsules and consult their doctor immediately(...)

Pictured at NovaUCD is John Kennedy, managing director of 4Property. Photograph: Paul Sharp/SHARPPIX

Buying and selling houses is right up there with death and divorce on the list of life’s biggest stressors. Part of the reason for this is the uncerta(...)

TDs can claim travel and accommodation allowance payments if they personally attend Leinster House on at least 120 days per year. Attendance records are based on the fobbing-in system. Photograph: Alan Betson/Irish Times

The houses of the Oireachtas commission, which is responsible for the administration of Leinster House, has agreed to undertake a review of how member(...)

James MacGuill said he was owed at least €240,000 from one case as well as €95,000 in various legal aid fees earned so far in 2019. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Revenue has applied to the High Court seeking €200,000 in unpaid taxes from a prominent solicitor and former Law Society president. James MacGuill, w(...)

Aoife Bennett was 16 when she got the vaccine in December 2009 as part of a mass vaccination programme. Photograph: Collins Courts

The 26-year old woman who has sued claiming she developed narcolepsy after she got the Pandemrix swine flu vaccine has said within weeks she suffered (...)

Derville Rowland, head of financial conduct at the Central Bank: “Our hope is that enforcement action following a breach of one of the standards would send a strong message.”

Central Bank head of financial conduct Derville Rowland has signalled she will look for an early scalp for a breach of conduct standards if she is gi(...)

Aoife Bennett from Naas, Co Kildare, at the Four Courts last Friday, where she is taking a High Court action against the Minister for Health, the HSE, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals SA and the HPRA. Photograph: Collins Courts

The claim being taken by a young woman who alleges she developed narcolepsy after being administered a swine flu vaccine is based on a “multiplicity o(...)

Aoife Bennett’s action is brought against the Minister for Health, the HSE, Glaxosmithkline Biologicals SA  GSK, and the HPRA

The lead case of up to 100 cases over an alleged link between a human swine-flu vaccine and the sleep disorder narcolepsy is to open on Tuesday at the(...)

Kirsty-Cyane McGill kept all the texts to eventually ‘do something about it’. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

A mother who feels she was sexually harassed by an estate agent says she was unable to ask him to stop for fear of becoming homeless. Kirsty-Cyane Mc(...)

Apprenticeships are industry-led and based around the staffing needs of small, medium and large firms so, almost by definition, all apprenticeships are for roles in high demand. Photograph: iStock

What’s most surprising about apprenticeships? Is it that it took a recession – and the near collapse in the numbers of school-leavers taking them up(...)

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