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Noteworthy supporters keen to see health service investigated
Investigative platform Noteworthy wins prestigious Mary Raftery Prize
None of the 91 community teams for children with disabilities are fully staffed
High Court orders peat company to halt unauthorised extraction in Midlands
Over half of children with disabilities not receiving any services, new survey reveals
The Explainer x Noteworthy: How is inadequate care impacting people with eating disorders?
EPA to investigate complaint about State response to peat extraction on protected bogs
People waiting longer to access specialist eating disorder care
'Eating disorders don't just stop': Teenagers losing services on transition to adult care
Delays, distress, deterioration: Health system failing people with eating disorders
The Explainer x Noteworthy: How are public maintenance works impacting river biodiversity?
Breaking the Banks: 'Vicious circle' of public works 'degrading' Ireland's rivers
The Explainer x Noteworthy: What can be done to improve childcare in Ireland?
Opinion: Are international doctors only here to fill the roster gaps?
Dr Liqa ur Rehman
HSE reports 'surge' in referrals to adult eating disorder services
Would it work here? The countries finding success in key aspects of childcare
Increased State spend on childcare 'not enough' to solve crisis for parents and providers
EPA ‘kicked the stool’ from under peat company seeking extraction licence, High Court hears
Horticultural peat unlawfully removed ‘much like rock from a quarry’, High Court hears
Unlicensed peat extraction causing ‘irreversible’ environmental damage, High Court told
Peat was cut at 280 plots in protected bogs last year without State consent
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Why are people still paying thousands for fertility treatment?
HSE pays €800,000 over asking price for Sisters of Mercy convent
Special branch: Over 75 cases of alleged illegal tree felling investigated last year
Irish boats landing five times recommended catch of fish important to ecosystem
Noteworthy: Community-sourced ideas and crowdfunded investigations win four awards this year
Families still waiting for inquiry into use of drug that causes birth defects
Rare hen harrier numbers plummet as plan to protect species pushed back
Fostering within the family needs support, resources - and regulation
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Crackdown sees 50 cases launched against illegal hedge cutting this year
'Wild West': Private fertility sector making millions as patients left in debt
TDs and Senators recommend public sector hiring targets to tackle Traveller unemployment
“Let’s not waste an opportunity”: Nature-based solutions to our wastewater woes
Alejandro Javier Criado Monleon
New peat legislation slammed as ‘incompatible’ with climate targets and EU law
Two Journal Media reporters win Irish Red Cross Journalism Excellence Award 2021
Tough Start Live: How can the cycle of disadvantage be stopped for Traveller children?
Ireland exporting 11 times more peat than it imports - amid horticulture supply fears
Two Journal Media reporters shortlisted for Irish Red Cross Journalism Excellence Award 2021
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Why are the school days of Traveller children being reduced?
Opinion: 'We can't export our way out of our fast fashion addiction'
Caitriona Rogerson