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Is Universal Health Insurance really going to happen? Don't hold your breath
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Is Universal Health Insurance really going to happen? Don't ho...

IN THE LAST two days health minister Leo Varadkar has admitted that alternative approaches to his predecessor James Reilly's idea of universal health cover are being considered. Options such as the return of dental care costs being recoverable for ... TheJournal.ie, 1 week ago
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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 week ago

Investigation after baby dies during birth in Cavan hospital

Four babies have died in 30 months at the maternity unit due to be reviewed by Hiqa Former minister for health James Reilly said last May he would instruct the Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) to review maternity services at the ...
 Irish Times1 month ago Baby Scandals: Hiqa: Impossible to say all hospitals are safe  Irish Examiner1 month ago Baby died during caesarean at Cavan Hospital  RTE Online1 month ago HIQA 'not asked' to investigate four baby deaths at Cavan General Hospital  Irish Independent1 month ago
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Reilly: 'Medical model' not always the best way to deal with mental health issues

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 Independent6 days ago Could Liberal Democrat policy improve workplace mental health?  HRreview1 month ago
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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 Independent3 weeks ago Downgrade of Portlaoise hospital set to take place next year  Irish Independent3 weeks ago Decision to outsource surgery at Portlaoise threatens existence of hospital  TheJournal.ie3 weeks ago Complex surgery transferred from Portlaoise  Irish Health.com4 weeks ago

State cuts funding for Catholic marriage agency

Claims that Tusla decision is linked to Accord's opposition to same-sex marriage is rejected Dr James Reilly, Minister for Children: he said Tusla's decision to cut marriage preparation course funding has nothing to do with the referendum.
 Irish Times1 month ago Give Me a Crash Course In . . . funding cuts at Accord  Irish Times1 month ago Catholics will be suspicious over timing of Accord decision Comment  Irish Independent1 month ago Government axes Accord funding ahead of referendum  Irish Catholic1 month ago
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17.06.2015 Minister James Reilly launches a European first, a national strategy to give children a role in making decisions that affect their lives

Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street, Dublin The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Dr James Reilly has today launched a new national strategy intended to ensure that children and young people have a voice in decision making that affects ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago 12.05.2015 Minister Reilly announces capital grants for 16 youth projects and organisations throughout the country  Noodls1 month ago
Irish Examiner

State: We cannot afford second free pre-school year

Children's Minister Dr James Reilly has said he believes a second free pre-school year would benefit children's educational and developmental outcomes — but claims the State cannot afford the extra €175m it would require. However, Dr Reilly ...
 Irish Examiner2 weeks ago Pre-school children with special needs being neglected by Govt Troy  Noodls2 weeks ago Unannounced pre-school inspections to begin in autumn  Irish Examiner1 month ago Minister's attempts to gloss over domestic abuse service cuts exposed Troy  Noodls1 month ago
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Leveraging State largesse for human rights

By Shane Darcy There is an important sub-plot to Minister James Reilly's efforts to enact legislation for the plain packaging of tobacco products. It concerns the incongruent relationship that the Irish State has with the tobacco industry, and ...
 Village Magazine1 month ago
Irish Independent

Leo Varadkar joins 60,000 revellers at Dublin Pride Festival Irish News

Health Minister Leo Varadkar has marched in his first Pride Parade in Dublin since coming out as a gay man. The Dublin TD is attending the festivities in the capital this afternoon and photos of Varadkar taking part in the parade have been shared on ...
 Irish Independent3 days ago Leo to join 60,000 revellers at Pride festival in capital  Irish Independent4 days ago
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