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April 2024
'We loaded onto a bus in Naas and headed to Dublin': Gardaí reflect on lessons from the riots
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INMO members to protest outside Connolly Hospital today over continued unsafe working conditions
Staff shortages force ICU nurses at St Vincent's Hospital to watch patients with baby monitor
Poll: Should frontline healthcare workers receive some compensation for their work during the pandemic?
'People are finding it hard. We see a lot of these issues in work and it does broaden your mind'
Tyrone midwife on cover of British Vogue: 'I imagine my mum will be in Tesco buying all the copies she can'
HSE tells unions that where healthcare workers can't secure childcare, they can remain at home with pay
'Everyone is very much involved in this' - The Dublin All-Star doctor on duty in Temple Street Hospital
The former Munster centre now helping to fight Covid-19 as a doctor in Cork
'It is kind of surreal, sometimes you think you are dreaming. Then you realise it’s real life'
Most rank-and-file gardaí have no tactical training to deal with armed criminals or terrorists
Working the frontline: Here's how I live on €23,171 (before tax) a year
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'We come together in the most distressing situations': Hundreds to take part in emergency services parade
Superintendents say they need at least 800 new recruits a year to provide proper service
Paramedic punched in face after being called to house in Meath
Machine guns, tasers and pay rises on agenda for rank and file gardaí
The new homeless: 'Her life just turned bad, by one simple thing'
Irish researcher wins major acclaim for 'lifesaving' medical app
'Widespread lack of training' among gardaí in dealing with suicidal people
Here’s how Twitter reacted to Pat Kenny leaving RTÉ