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'Detrimental and harmful': There were over 80,000 people on hospital trolleys so far this year
Union recommends nurses back public service pay deal to roll back recession measures
'It has left the hospital decimated': INMO warns of severe nursing shortage at Cork hospital
Calls for patients to give feedback on their experience in Irish hospitals
There were over 50,000 people on hospital trolleys in the first six months of 2017
Simon Harris commits to giving graduating Irish student nurses full-time contracts
These are the most overcrowded hospitals in the country
Crisis averted? 1,200 nurses and midwives to be hired by end of year
Nurses have deferred industrial action planned for Tuesday
Nurses' union agrees to meet with Workplace Relations Commission - but work-to-rule is still on
Poll: Do you support the nurses taking industrial action?
'If this many people were dying in another way, there’d be war over it'
'Sick and tired': Why Ireland's' nurses are leaving in their droves
Paramedics 'disturbed' over delays bringing patients to Emergency Departments
There are currently 612 people waiting for beds in Irish hospitals
"We've had enough": Nurses have voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action
'Disillusioned and concerned': Midwives to start industrial action over staff shortages
FactCheck: Nursing union leader Liam Doran's claims about the Irish health service
HSE boss apologises after leaked memo said patients could be removed with "minimum force"
Questions raised after memo said patients could be removed with "minimum force"
More unions line up to question Lansdowne Road as all-out industrial strife looms
Over 500 schools to close today kicking off a season of strikes
Poll: Should there be mandatory jail terms for people who assault medical staff?
"In Ireland, you're like a zombie by the end of the week": Irish nurse on why she's working in Australia
The 'pressure cooker' healthcare system and other reasons why nurses are travelling abroad
'We aren't nurses anymore: we are slaves' - Irish nurses explain why they've had enough
The hospital trolley problem is getting better, slowly
There were more patients on trolleys last month than in any July in the past decade
Nurses 'seeking employment elsewhere' after they say St James's Hospital took their parking
Will there be a summer of strikes? There's trouble brewing on several fronts
Irish nurses are abused so often that many don't bother reporting it
Patients left lying on trolleys while 40-bed unit remains vacant at nearby hospital
Foreign hospitals are looking to hire Irish nurses this weekend
Nurses to be hired "as matter of urgency" to reduce emergency department overcrowding
"Win-win for everyone" - Irish nurses set to take key tasks out of doctors' hands
Thursday's strike action by nurses has been called off
‘Sensible people are putting their health at risk’ – Patients going to GPs when they need emergency treatment
'Even if I got a cheque for €100 million - I couldn't fix this overnight'
Overcrowding at Beaumont Hospital 'inhumane', with elderly woman left on chair all night
Varadkar to nurses: Planned strike will compromise patient safety