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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Mater Hospital

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Mater site confirmed as location for National Children’s Hospital
Planning permission will be sought at the Mater site, but the government won’t decide if it will be built until September
Independent review recommends Mater site for new Children's Hospital
An independent review group has recommended that the site near the Mater Hospital in Dublin be used to build the country’s proposed National Children’s Hospital.
Ireland wakes to the news of Garret FitzGerald's death - the political world reacts
A “renaissance man”, a “towering intellect” and “a shining model of citizenship”. Just some of the tributes pouring in for the seventh Taoiseach of Ireland Garret Fitzgerald, who passed away during the night.
Two injured in separate Dublin shootings
The incidents happened overnight in the Finglas and Dolphin’s Barn areas of Dublin. No arrests have yet been made.
Two charged over meat cleaver attack which almost severed man’s arm
The victim, who was attacked following an altercation outside a Spar on Dublin’s North Circular Road, remains in the Mater Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery to reattach his arm.
Man critically ill after arm is partially severed in Dublin attack
Gardaí have arrested two men following the assault near a shop on the North Circular Road in Dublin.
Three-month-old baby among three injured in fire at Ballymun apartments in Dublin
The fire broke out just before 5am this morning. Three people including two children are being treated at hospitals in Dublin.
Temple St chair backs Harney in hospital row
Row over co-location intensifies as Donal Walsh backs Harney’s selection of Mater site.
Children's hospital still requires €110m in philanthropy
The National Children’s Hospital is will need €110m in charitable fundraising – and hasn’t gotten any of it yet.
Leading heart surgeon Maurice Neligan dies at 73
One of Ireland’s best known surgeons, Neligan performed Ireland’s first open-heart surgery and first heart transplant.
Who gets paid to work for a non-existent hospital?
Some staff have been employed by the new National Paediatric Hospital since 2008 – but the proposed building doesn’t even have planning permission yet.