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Praveen to give evidence in 'negligence' case to be heard in early 2015
Irish Independent

Praveen to give evidence in 'negligence' case to be heard in e...

A MEDICAL negligence case being taken by the widower of Savita Halappanavar will be heard in the early months of 2015. A MEDICAL negligence case being taken by the widower of Savita Halappanavar will be heard in the early months of 2015. The case, ... Irish Independent, 2 months ago

Opinion: Tragic case of clinically dead pregnant woman highlights our unworkable approach to abortion

TWO YEARS AFTER the death of Savita Halappanavar and only months since the Ms Y case, Ireland has just had its latest right to life horror story. A young woman died but was kept artificially, horrifyingly, alive for weeks on the vanishingly-small ...
 TheJournal.ie2 months ago

Teenager in critical condition after being thrown from horse into river

A TEENAGE boy is in critical condition in a Cork hospital after a horse-riding accident near a river. A TEENAGE boy is in critical condition in a Cork hospital after a horse-riding accident near a river. The boy, who is understood to be 15 years ...
 Irish Independent3 days ago
Irish Examiner

Oireachtas group to discuss AG's advice on abortion bill

The Oireachtas health committee will discuss whether it can publish the Attorney General's legal advice on the defeated fatal foetal abnormalities abortion bill — and if the Constitution prevents all terminations in these cases — on Thursday. ...
 Irish Examiner2 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Maternity services set for more scandals

Services at maternity hospitals are set to be hit by further scandals because the sector is so under-staffed it would need 550 extra midwives just to reach international best practice guidelines. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation made the ...
 Irish Examiner2 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

SHAUN CONNOLLY: Hard to call which politician most deserves derision

While the behaviour of some politicians attracts derision, President Michael D Higgins deserves respect, writes Shaun Connolly. It was the week of the Ms. Offensive remarks about midgets, risible remarks by Michelle Mulherin, and sexist remarks by ...
 Irish Examiner1 month ago

Saolta reported progress while issues arose in Portiuncula

A former mayor of Galway has said that she is aghast at the identification of apparent deficiencies in the care of seven babies at the maternity unit at Portiuncula Hospital in Ballinasloe, Co Galway, two of whom died while five suffered oxygen ...
 Irish Times1 month ago

Right-to-die case is one of 'horror and absurdity'

The Master of Dublin's Holles St Maternity Hospital, Dr Rhona Mahony, last night described the High Court hearing into the prolonging of treatment of a brain-dead pregnant woman as "one of horror and absurdity". The Master of Dublin's Holles St ...
 Irish Independent2 months ago
Irish Independent

Varadkar's straight talking on vexed abortion issue is good for our democracy Liz ODonnell

One can imagine the Taoiseach's groan when Health Minister Leo Varadkar weighed into the abortion debate. And just when the furore over Irish Water was subsiding and the Christmas break was in sight. So neuralgic has this topic become, particularly ...
 Irish Independent2 months ago Varadkar: Abortion laws are far too restrictive  Irish Examiner2 months ago
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