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Adjustable ventilator system:  treats two patients with one machine. Photograph: NUI Galway

“Never let a good crisis go to waste” – the often-quoted words of former UK prime minister Winston Churchill when he worked to form the United Nations(...)

Tom Mulholland (84) was one of the 23 residents in the care home who died in the past five weeks.

Testing delays and staff shortages exacerbated a major coronavirus outbreak in a privately run Dundalk nursing home, which has seen 23 residents die s(...)

Hugh (Aodh) Kieran: He was an avid reader and a valued member of the Louth library service

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

Perhaps never more than today has the crucial role of nurses been more celebrated. File photograph: Getty Images

Coronavirus has put the Irish healthcare system under strain. Yet, for a long time before the Covid-19 pandemic, shortages in general practice were ta(...)

A 15-year-old boy missing from his home in Co Louth since Wednesday has been located. Gardaí on Sunday night said Reece Atkinson (15), who was missin(...)

Many food businesses have launched delivery services

Order prepared food and ingredients from kitchens and farms, and stay occupied with books, toys and paint There has been an explosion of food oper(...)

Willie Maughan (35) and his  girlfriend Anastasija (Anna) Varslavane (21) have been missing since April 2015.

Gardaí investigating the involvement of a large organised crime gang in the disappearance and assumed murder of a couple five years ago have arrested (...)

A man was subsequently arrested and taken to Drogheda Garda station. File photograph: Stephen Collins

A man is due in court on Thursday morning to face charges of assaulting a garda by spitting at him during a public order incident in Drogheda on Wedne(...)

Overall, more than 4,000 people from outside the EU have been granted work permits to come to Ireland this year

Ireland looked outside the European Union for healthcare workers in March as hospitals across Europe struggled to cope with the mounting of coronaviru(...)

 Alan Kelly: told his TD colleagues Labour’s post-election position of going into opposition should not change. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The turning point for Alan Kelly, and his colleagues’ perceptions of him, came at a meeting of the Labour parliamentary party in Drogheda in September(...)

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