The Religious Sisters of Charity order did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Solicitors acting for a woman who was given back the wrong child after leaving her infant daughter in the temporary care of nuns at the St Patrick’s G(...)

James Menton, chairman of St Vincent’s Healthcare Group, Minister for Health Simon Harris and Dr Rhona Mahony at the site of the new National Maternity Hospital in March 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

St Vincent’s Healthcare Group has insisted the Sisters of Charity will have no role in the management of the new National Maternity Hospital when it m(...)

Maternity hospital protests: the Sisters of Charity’s decision to quit healthcare was hastened by the public reaction to reports that the order would have owned the new National Maternity Hospital. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Well, that was a surprise. Not that the Religious Sisters of Charity have withdrawn from healthcare. But that they have done so now. The agreement r(...)

Dr Rhona Mahony, master of the National Maternity Hospital,  says  there is an urgency to the delivery of a co-located hospital. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Religious Sisters of Charity have confirmed their ownership of the site for the relocated National Maternity Hospital in documents submitted to An(...)

The former Magdalene laundry in Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Photograph: Alan Betson

Plans to demolish the former Magdalene laundry in Donnybrook, Dublin 4, have been scrapped amid concerns about the cultural, historical and conservati(...)

The Religious Sisters of Charity owns St Vincent’s Healthcare Group Ltd. The group includes the private and public hospitals in Ballsbridge, Dublin, and St Michael’s Hospital, Dún Laoghaire.

Two car parks at St Vincent’s hospital complex in Ballsbridge, south Dublin, lost €750,000 in 2012, according to the latest accounts for the compan(...)