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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# in limbo

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AFL scrap five games from fixture list, but this week's curtain-raisers not postponed yet
State Leagues around Australia will begin in May, but Gillon McLachlan will meet with stakeholders in the next 24 hours to decide if this weekend’s AFL openers go ahead.
HSE recruitment freeze: 'Do I need to go back to Australia where I am appreciated and snapped up?'
Irate healthcare workers have been contacting Minister Simon Harris all year about their fears over the ongoing recruitment embargo.
2020 AFLW season still up in the air as ugly dispute rumbles on
Eighteen Irishwomen are currently on lists, as the plot thickens.
'I'm pregnant and I've a toddler here': The families left in limbo over the recruitment freeze in the HSE
The HSE has said the freeze may persist to the end of June, but workers due to start before then have said they have been left in limbo.
'Lives on hold': Recruitment freeze in HSE preventing workers from starting their new jobs
One healthcare worker said that she may have “nowhere to live” by the end of the month because she can’t yet take up her new job.
Murray pain-free after hip operation but unsure if he can compete again
The former world number one says he would love to return to the court, but doesn’t know if it’s possible.
Hidden Homelessness: This family is living in a converted workshed in a Dublin back garden
Keith and Sinead bought a house at the height of the boom. Nine years later, they’re ‘in limbo’ in the Dublin suburbs.
Has the Catholic Church backtracked on its concerns over their role in weddings?
Read and decide for yourself.
Couples may yet be barred from signing their marriage licences in church
The Catholic Church in Ireland hasn’t decided yet if priests would continue to solemnise marriages.
'It just never goes away': Parents of Deirdre Jacob still hoping for answers
The 18-year-old went missing in 1998 and no trace of her has ever been found.
Wales captain Warburton could be clubless as civil war continues
The 25-year-old is facing the possibility of having no club side for the start of the season.
'Disbelief' as staff locked out of plant in Carlow
The company’s 160 staff were given no indication before this morning that their jobs were at risk and receivers have now been appointed.
Immigrant council demands rights for stateless to work and access social services
In Ireland campaigners want the government to introduce clear, transparent and accessible determination procedures to allow the swift identification of stateless persons.
Setanta Insurance wind up leaves policyholders 'stranded without cover'
The Central Bank said today that Setanta is not in a position to confirm that claims will be met in full.