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# Oireachtas Committee

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Special committee on assisted dying expected to begin in October
Hospital consultant says people with Long Covid have been accused of exaggerating illness
Both parents of children born via international surrogacy should be recognised, TDs recommend
'Significant progress' made on National Broadband Plan, firm tells Oireachtas
Funding for sports should be tied to commitment to stopping abuse, says Oireachtas committee
Government approves legislation to compel schools to provide special education classes more quickly
Dublin ‘disadvantaged’ at recruiting nurses because of housing costs, regional health chief says
Working conditions for non-consultant hospital doctors must change, senior civil servant says
Rising cost of building materials is getting worse on a weekly basis, TDs to be told
Online abuse of referees and players 'reflects developments in wider society', committee hears
Sen Gen Robert Watt and Dr Tony Holohan to appear before Oireachtas health committee next week
'Check your Christian values': Senator asked to leave Oireachtas committee during surrogacy hearing
‘Low’ threat of direct cyber attack on Ireland, says top official
Home care sector facing massive recruitment crisis, committee told
Ireland's Covid position improving but global risk remains high, CMO tells Oireachtas Committee
TV licence fee in place for RTÉ 'utterly broken', Dee Forbes tells committee
Ireland's Climate Action Delivery Board met only once between 2020 and 2021
Oireachtas Committee urged to recommend approval of Ireland's first carbon budgets
Chambers ‘disappointed’ by IRFU response to players’ letter
Lotto operators seek approval for ‘must-be-won' draw for jackpot prize
Lotto reps to appear before Oireachtas committee as jackpot goes unclaimed again
Two-thirds of referees leave within two years over abuse, FAI says
Correlation between traffic air pollution and stroke admissions in Ireland
Dáil committee calls for levy on streaming platforms to fund Irish content
'Revolving door': Traveller women imprisoned for minor offences such as driving without tax
'Severe exploitation' of migrant fishers a daily recurrence, Oireachtas committee to hear
Hospitality industry 'not an attractive sector' for returning workers, Oireachtas committee hears
No ‘vast conspiracy’ to delay Sláintecare, committee told
Adoption tracing legislation ‘risks being found unconstitutional’, O'Gorman tells Committee
Taoiseach's Secretary General to come before Oireachtas Committee over Zappone appointment
'It wasn’t a job offer': Coveney says Zappone should have been told role wasn't a 'done deal'
People asked not to contact Digital Covid Cert helpline unless travelling within next 10 days
'You feel you're not welcome in Ireland': TDs told of anti-Traveller 'hate speech' during Covid-19
Covid tracker app will be able to store EU Digital Covid Cert
Private emergency accommodation must be ‘quickly phased out’, Oireachtas committee hears
Representative group for Defence Forces officers set to criticise Government over 'ticking retention timebomb'
Bolger to be invited before Oireachtas committee to discuss doping claims
Ireland's Covid measures consistently less restrictive than majority wanted – ESRI
Kathleen Funchion: 'I fear the Mother and Baby Home developments have only compounded an existing and deep hurt'
Kathleen Funchion
Ballymurphy families press Government to oppose amnesty for UK soldiers