Pat Mcloughlin

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A report, on behalf of the Alzheimer Society of Ireland and published this year, highlights how important it is for people with dementia to feel connected to their local community. File photograph: Getty Images

The lack of a national network of services and supports to enable people to live well with dementia in Ireland is well recognised, but there are local(...)

Summer time for many people represents more time spent outdoors with long, bright days and holidays away from home. But, spare a thought for family ca(...)

Paul Maguire pictured centre and Janet Traynor from RTE's Investigation Unit attending the Aras Attracta assault trial at the District Court in Castlebar.Pic Conor McKeown

The trial of five care workers accused of assaulting a number of residents at the Aras Attracta care facility in Swinford, Co Mayo, began at Castleba(...)

190 hours of video footage was filmed covertly in November, 2014 in Bungalow 3 of the Áras Attracta complex in Swinford, Co Mayo

One of six HSE employees who featured in undercover video footage shot for RTÉ’s Primetime is to plead guilty to three charges of assault on elderly r(...)

 Peter Rossiter, a chartered accountant who was a banker in Citibank until 2009 has been appointed senior investigator on an interim basis. The position, when  filled,will attract an annual salary of €172,710.

The top four investigators working on the banking inquiry will be paid €566,119 over 12 months .Peter Rossiter, a chartered accountant who was a banke(...)

The report reveals that according to data provided by  the Health Insurance Authority, the average cost of claims paid per insured person fell by 2 per cent between 2012 and 2013. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Health insurers should not be obliged to provide cover for all public hospitals, a new report to be launched today by Minister for Health Leo Varadkar(...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar:    intends to  seek a deal with insurers that would link a freeze on Government stamp duty to insurers holding off on further price increases. Photograph: David Sleator

The Government’s reform plans for the private health insurance market can be seen as an attempt to stabilise a sector which has been in turmoil over r(...)

Former chief inspector of the Garda Inspectorate Kathleen O’Toole was a member of the review group into the Department of Justice

The high-powered expert group which carried out the review of the Department of Justice was composed of individuals with wide-ranging experience acros(...)

It’s striking how few Dubliners are around the city on a Sunday morning. It’s a population of gulls, tourists in smart rainwear and the occasional bu(...)

“It could be perceived that this Government is in cahoots with insurers in efforts to drive as many families as possible out of the health insurance market,’’ Fianna Fáil health spokesman Billy Kelleher said. “More than 6,000 people a month are giving up private health insurance.’’

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore said he shared the wonder expressed by people as to why the cost of private health insurance was going up. “The Government has (...)

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