Thomas Power

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University Hospital Waterford. File photograph: Google Street View.

The lack of a 24/7 catherisation laboratory at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) had no impact on the survival chances of a farmer who died while be(...)

Tramore-based People Before Profit representative  Una Dunphy: “We are not getting our proper piece of the pie.”   Photograph: Mary Browne

How do you describe Waterford? It’s a summer evening after rain. In the middle of a warren of small streets up a hill stands Walsh Park, Waterford’s(...)

Supporters of  the  Power family protest outside the Dáil on Tuesday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has criticised the Government over the death of a man who could not access emergency heart treatment services in Wat(...)

Suicide rates among men dropped by 15.2 per cent last year, but this was offset by a 6.2 per cent increase in suicides among women.

The number of people dying by suicide in the State dropped below 400 last year, the lowest level in more than 20 years, new figures indicate. The num(...)

Thomas Power, with his wife Bernadette on their wedding day last September. He died as he was being transferred from University Hospital Waterford to Cork last Sunday.

The death of Thomas Power in an ambulance while en route from Waterford to Cork has reignited the controversy over cardiac services in the south-east.(...)

Thomas Power on his wedding day to Bernadette Power (nee Delaney) last September. The 39-year-old from Dunmore East died while being transferred between University Hospital Waterford and Cork Universirty Hospital. Photograph:  Facebook

The lonely death of Thomas Power in an ambulance near Dungarvan this week is far from the regional issue it might seem to people in other parts of the(...)

Had Thomas Power made it to Cork, he would most likely have had treatment to unblock his coronary arteries, known as angioplasty. Photograph: Alan Betson

The desperately sad death of Thomas Power while en route in an ambulance from Waterford to Cork has reignited the debate over cardiac services in the (...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris: said he had to follow clinical advice in the provision of services. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The decision not to provide 24/7 cardiac services in the southeast was made on clinical grounds and should not be altered for political reasons, Minis(...)

A fast-food deliveryman was robbed at knife-point by six youths when he went to drop off a pizza at a house, Dublin Children’s Court has heard.One 16-(...)

The author Simon Phillips is a mentor and trainer who specialises in coaching for business networking. As such he does a good job of providing some go(...)