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Varadkar claims major progress on waiting lists
Irish Times

After one year in office Varadkar officially worse than Reilly...

One year on from the appointment of Leo Varadkar as Health Minister, Fianna Fáil Spokesperson Timmy Dooley TD commented, "A year ago James Reilly was removed from the Department of Health because Fine Gael felt he was failing to control health ... Noodls, 2 weeks ago
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Irish Independent

Reilly receives apology over developer article

The publishers of the Irish Mail on Sunday have apologised in the High Court to Minister James Reilly, over an article which falsely linked him to a developer building a new public health clinic. Charles Meenan SC, for Minister for Children and ...
 RTE Online2 weeks ago Irish Mail on Sunday apologises to former Health Minister Dr James Reilly over article  Irish Independent2 weeks ago Paper apologises in court for false Reilly claims  Irish Examiner2 weeks ago Irish Mail on Sunday Apologises in Full to Reilly  Politics.ie2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Construction starts on care centre in Reilly's constituency

Construction has begun on a controversial primary care centre in Balbriggan, located in former Health Minister Dr James Reilly's constituency of Dublin North, the Irish Independent has learned. Dr Reilly, now Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago
Irish Independent

The Yates Anthology: We must broaden debate on childcare

The debate surrounding Children's Minister James Reilly's Inter-Departmental Group Report into future childcare services is uniformly one dimensional. The singular narrative for parents of children under four years is childcare is unaffordable, with ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago James Reilly pledges generous plan for childcare  Irish Examiner1 week ago State: We cannot afford second free pre-school year  Irish Examiner1 month ago Pre-school children with special needs being neglected by Govt Troy  Noodls1 month ago
Irish Independent

Reilly: 'Medical model' not always the best way to deal with mental health issues Health

A leading athlete and a government minister have spoken out about the challenges they have faced with their mental health. Asked if he had ever faced mental health problems, Children's Minister James Reilly said: "Of course everyone has had bad ...
 Irish Independent4 weeks ago Health mud beginning to stick to Leo Health  Irish Independent2 weeks ago Dutch healthcare model increases health costs, says memo  Irish Times4 weeks ago Existing health demands require extra €1bn, says Varadkar  Irish Times1 month ago
Irish Independent

Reilly's 'no regrets' about hospital not being downgraded

CHILDREN'S Minister James Reilly has no regrets about not downgrading Portlaoise Hospital despite a report in 2011 recommending such a move. Four years later, and following a damning HIQA investigation and the deaths of five babies at the hospital, ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago Kenny's advisers knew of plan to shut Portlaoise Health  Irish Independent2 weeks ago Downgrade of Portlaoise hospital set to take place next year  Irish Independent1 month ago Decision to outsource surgery at Portlaoise threatens existence of hospital  TheJournal.ie1 month ago
Irish Independent

Hospital builders face parking ban Health

Construction workers involved in building the new National Children's Hospital on the campus of St James's Hospital in Dublin will be banned from using its parking facilities. The move is part of the bid to secure planning permission for the ...
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago Department of Health Announces sites for redevelopment of Coombe and Rotunda Hospitals  Noodls1 month ago Residents are in turmoil over new children's hospital Health  Irish Independent1 month ago Chair suggests hospital structure is not right  Irish Medical Times1 month ago
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Minister Reilly publishes Adoption Information and Tracing legislation

The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Dr. James Reilly has todaypublished the General Scheme and Heads of the Adoption (Information and Tracing) Bill. The bill was considered at Cabinet last Wednesday and thegovernment has agreed to refer the ...
 MerrionStreet.ie5 days ago 27.07.2015 Minister Reilly publishes Adoption Information and Tracing legislation  Noodls5 days ago James Reilly's nursing home debts are cleared  Irish Independent2 weeks ago Reilly defends Tulsa's €120k payment for early review  Irish Examiner4 weeks ago

James Franco Developing Movie Adaptation of 'The Killer Next Door'

He's developing the novel adaptation with Ahna O'Reilly At the rate he's going with the novel adaptations, James Franco will be making movies from health and safety leaflets found in NHS waiting rooms before too long. Franco and Vince Jolivette ...
 Demanjo2 weeks ago
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Minister Reilly settles defamation case against Irish Mail on Sunday

Minister for Children James Reilly has settled a defamation case against the Irish Mail on Sunday for an undisclosed amount. He received damages and costs in the case against Associated Newspapers, who also read a formal apology. This action ...
 Breaking News.ie2 weeks ago James Reilly wins defamation action against Irish Mail on Sunday, receives full apology  TheJournal.ie2 weeks ago
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