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Last month
June 2024
Cancer patients fighting Israeli government to avoid deportation to Gaza
Up to 40 people are affected and, to date, almost half have lodged petitions to stay in Israel and keep receiving medical care.
Lawyer Tamir Blank said patients who cannot receive the treatment or aftercare needed could end up in "a very dire condition"
Some people would have to return to refugee camps where the sanitation is poor and they may "not have access to even basic medical care"
This year
Dublin-based nurse accused of scamming 300 Indians out of thousands of euro in fake HSE jobs fraud
Sooraj Miraleedharan had been living a double life as a staff nurse in a Dublin hospital, while operating a highly profitable scam that has victimised hundreds of nurses.
Tripinathura Police have given a statement to local media in Kerala confirming that they arrested 35-year-old Sooraj on fraud charges.
Twelve nurses have told The Journal how they unknowingly submitted fraudulent documents to the Irish embassy in India.
Expert who flagged faults in Children's Hospital operating theatres no longer involved in project
Sinn Féin claimed the ‘major’ faults could cost tens of millions to fix and would set the opening date back months.
Last year
Jack Byrne agrees new long-term contract with Shamrock Rovers
Down GAA refs strongly considering strike action in the wake of county final controversy
'This is the future' - Treaty chairman insists takeover will take club to next level
Canadian investment firm to buy League of Ireland club with former Ireland international as CEO
Cork University Hospital launches investigation into alleged racism against nurse
All time
'In any other walk of life, 30-35 is seen as a young man. In football terms you’re a pensioner'
Simon Harris: 'Ireland needs a day where people can grieve for those who have died during this pandemic'
'It sucks the soul out of you, it's worse than heroin': One woman's story of G addiction
'It’s child abuse': FGM lawyer who helped prosecute over 100 people in France welcomes first-ever Irish prosecution
US chastity speaker cancels trip to Ireland 'due to illness' after number of talks were axed
'GHB is a killer, I know of eight men who died after taking it'
€2 million in funding for IVF and fertility treatment set to be announced by government
Controversial Oireachtas printer to cost the State over €2 million
The Oireachtas awarded another contract for printing worth €2 million this month
Developer set to offer up 'cost-rental' housing at O'Devaney site in bid to break planning deadlock
Number of people stopped at the Northern Ireland land border and removed from the State is rising
JobPath scheme extended by one year to help with 'labour uncertainty' from Brexit
FactFind: '1ml is euphoric, 2ml and you go under': Number of G overdoses increases by 75%
Civil servants were told to look at replacing the Medical Card with the Public Services Card
Teachers at DCU English school say offer of 50c pay increase is 'a slap in the face'
Nearly 100 State buildings managed by Office of Public Works lying idle around the country
Ireland’s Eye sold to private investment group
'Misleading' to claim having PSC makes applying for driver's licence easier, Data Protection Commissioner says
No legal basis for mandatory Public Services Card to access State services other than welfare, landmark probe finds
HSE launches fraud probe into pharmacy after allegations of false prescriptions scam
Harris wants VAT removed on condoms and menstrual cups
Revealed: How Michael D Higgins and Mary McAleese used government jet service hundreds of times
Planning authority raised concerns about fire evacuation at Hyde & Seek creche before its construction
Referendum on water ownership could be held in early 2020, says minister
Calls for investigation as gardaí alerted to alleged smuggling at Baldonnel Airfield
'It's like no one cares': School secretaries to be balloted for industrial action this autumn
Access to cannabis for medical reasons is now allowed in Ireland under new law
Only 6% of people have held down a job for over a year on JobPath
Over half a million people have applied for Irish passports so far this year
Rotunda urges Simon Harris to secure new hospital wing to tackle 'safety crisis' for premature babies
Rotunda hospital chief warns of 'intolerable safety crisis' for premature babies
Garda who struck protester with baton during housing demonstration disciplined two years later