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Last month
February 2024
Taoiseach expects Oireachtas committee on drug use to be up and running no later than April
This year
2024
Ireland has 'once in a generation' chance to decriminalise personal drug use, Paul Reid says
A special Oireachtas committee will be established to examine the Citizens’ Assembly’s recommendations, Drugs Minister Hildegarde Naughton confirmed.
The Citizens' Assembly on Drug Use today published its final report
The document includes 36 recommendations to overhaul Ireland's drug policy and establish a more health-led approach
A special Oireachtas committee will be set up to examine the report and suggest new legislation
Last year
2023
Citizens' Assembly on Drugs Use to vote on key recommendations to Government
Citizens’ assembly chair says urgent step change in approach to drug use is needed
Citizens' Assembly on Drugs holds first meeting in Dublin
Addiction experts, campaigners concerned over 'transparency' of new Citizens' Assembly
Paul Reid is 'pragmatic' about the criticism of his role as Chair of Citizens' Assembly on Drugs
Former head of the HSE Paul Reid has been appointed to lead the Citizens' Assembly on Drugs
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Paul Reid finishes last day as CEO of the HSE
Fianna Fáil TD calls for Robert Watt to be made boss of the HSE and the Dept of Health
Paul Reid to step down as HSE CEO in October - two months earlier than expected
'Drogheda is under pressure': Taoiseach urges caution over Navan ED closure
'Leadership and courage': Dr Tony Holohan steps down as CMO today after 14 years
'Remuneration is significant': No appetite in Govt to increase €420k salary for next HSE boss
Paul Reid to quit as HSE boss in December to spend more time with family
HSE chief says Navan Hospital plan will proceed despite Minister's instruction
HSE to take delivery of vaccines to combat monkeypox and may roll out vaccination programme
'Outrageous': Over 75s face average wait of 20 hours in some Emergency Departments
Emergency measures needed to tackle hospital overcrowding, INMO says
Covid inquiry: Taoiseach doesn't see key decision-makers being grilled in witness box
Coronavirus: 14,096 new cases and 1,081 patients in hospital, including 44 in ICU
HSE boss admits ‘challenges’ ahead as €20 billion National Service Plan unveiled
Deferrals caused by Covid will increase hospital waiting lists this year, says Health Sec Gen
HSE CEO Paul Reid's pay package totalled €411,777 in 2021
Public response and boosters have 'eased worst impacts' of latest Covid wave says HSE chief
HSE boss Reid says 'stable' ICU numbers are encouraging for hospital system
New system to register positive antigen tests will be ready next week, says HSE CEO
'I’m extremely sorry': HSE boss apologises after high-risk kids passed over for vaccination
Hospitals under 'relentless pressure' as at least 8,500 HSE staff absent due to Omicron
Omicron is 'running rife in our communities' but has not yet peaked, HSE boss says
Paul Reid said it appears cases of Omicron may have peaked in some other countries but not yet in Ireland
He said the HSE is continuing to ramp up capacity for PCR testing as demand increases
Children aged five to 11 who are at high risk from Covid-19, or live with someone high risk, can now be registered for a vaccine
Paul Reid: We'll 'cling to hope' of Omicron studies, but variant is more transmissible than Delta
Those aged 40-49 can get booster shots from tomorrow, a month ahead of schedule
Q&A: Who is eligible for a Covid-19 booster and when will I get mine?
HSE hackers were in health service's computer system for eight weeks before cyber attack
In the aftermath, there was significant disruption to healthcare operations and Covid-19 testing and tracing
The estimated cost of the attack is around €100 million
The report identified the legacy IT system as not resilient enough to cope with a cyber attack
Covid-19: Ronan Glynn says virus 'out of control' amid further warnings of pressure on hospitals
Unions call for healthcare workers to not be exempt from five-day household Covid rule
HSE boss says he is trying to improve accountability in the organisation
Public need ‘immediate reduction’ in risky activities, HSE boss warns
Taoiseach: 'It's not a case of pressing the panic button'
67% of patients in ICU with Covid-19 have not been vaccinated, HSE CEO says