Liam Doran

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 Brothers Paddy and Liam Doran, from Celbridge, Co Kildare,  have starred in numerous fashion campaigns and are now the subject of a new book. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Two teenage boxers Liam (17) and Paddy (16) Doran from a Traveller family in Celbridge, Co Kildare, are no strangers to international fashion. T(...)

‘It is right that we have high standards here’

Come home, nurses. We need you. That was the clear message of a two-year HSE recruitment campaign aimed at bringing back Irish nurses who had emigrate(...)

Over 8,000 admitted patients were treated on hospital trolleys or in overcrowded wards in November, the INMO said.

The number of patients on hospital trolleys continues at “record levels”, but was some 7 per cent lower in November than in the same month last year, (...)

Family doctors have warned further increases in eligibility for free GP care in the absence of increased capacity will lead to waiting lists. Photograph: PA.

Family doctors have warned further increases in eligibility for free GP care in the absence of increased capacity will jeopardise the provision of sam(...)

Overall trolley numbers are up 7 per cent so far this year compared to 2016, according to the union’s TrolleyWatch count. Photograph: iStock

The latest surge in emergency department overcrowding has sparked a row between groups representing doctors and nurses. The Irish Nurses and Midwives(...)

The shortage of nurses seems particularly acute in areas such as theatre and intensive care. Photograph: Frank Miller

The very obvious difficulties the health service has in recruiting and retaining qualified staff lie at the heart of talks about to get under way bet(...)

The executive of the Irish Nurses and Midwives’ Organisation has deferred until the end of a month a final decision on whether to recommend the proposed pay accord to members in a forthcoming ballot. File photograph: Getty Images

More than 1,000 clerical staff are to be placed on a higher pay scale as part of a series of side deals agreed by the Government in tandem with the dr(...)

Last week, 100 nurses and midwives in Scotland applied to work with the Health Service Executive in Ireland. Photograph: Frank Miller

The United Kingdom ’s exit from the European Union may cut the numbers of nurses who are quitting Irish hospitals to work in the National Health Servi(...)

Nurses have warned that industrial stability could be jeopardised if the Government does not address their calls for measures to tackle staff recruitment and retention problems in the health service. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times.

Nurses have warned that industrial stability could be jeopardised if the Government does not address their calls for measures, including new financial(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe tabled proposals for the public-service pay talks at Cabinet  on Tuesday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

After months of shadow boxing, the Government and public-service unions and representative bodies will begin talks next week on a revised pay agreemen(...)

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