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# Mediation

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'I regret any of this ever happened': Taoiseach says mediation in CervicalCheck cases not the 'holy grail'
Leo Varadkar says he is open to the idea of the inquiry into the scandal being held in public.
Judge urges dentists working out of the same building to solve 'toxic' working environment
One of the dentists claims a camera was installed to spy on his staff.
Spain court orders Catalan independence session suspended
The Catalan leader had said it could declare independence after a meeting on Monday.
Demand on family resource centres increases by 50% despite funding cuts
Since 2008, FRCs have had their funding frozen and faced cuts every year.
Hogan on Priory Hall: 'I wasn't going to ignore the legal process'
Minister Phil Hogan said he could not intervene following the collapse of the mediation process until he was formally notified by Dublin City Council.
Priory Hall resident whose partner died by suicide welcomes 21 day timeline for solution
Minister Phil Hogan has tasked Department of Environment officials with the job of talking to all the stakeholders at the Donaghmede complex and proposing a solution within the next three weeks.
Google and French news websites reach agreement over the news
Google will set up a €60 million fund to help French newspapers develop online projects – but won’t stop indexing content from French news sites.
How the Vita Cortex workers held on for 139 days (and why Twitter mattered)
The 32 Vita Cortex employees took turns working 8 hour shifts at their former employer until a negotiation was reached. Kevin Curran finds out how they did it.
Food and medicine is running out in Libya as attempts at a cease fire fail
Rebels in Libya reject the terms of a peace deal as they do not include removing Gaddafi from power. Meanwhile the UN says the food and medicine situation in the country will be critical within weeks.
More talks tonight in bid to resolve Fermanagh impasse
GAA and GPA in bid to end impasse as players are at loggerheads with manager John O’Neill.
Hume will not mediate between Eta and Spanish government
John Hume has said that he has retired from active political life.