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# Roderic O'Gorman

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Modular houses to come on stream as Cabinet briefed on refugee accommodation crisis
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'Five grand can't give me my son back': Mother and Baby Home survivors hit out at redress plans
Redacted Lives: Final episode explores redress and plans to excavate Tuam mother and baby home site
East Wall: Donohoe says residents raised 'important and sensitive' matters relating to housing of refugees
Recruitment launched for Director who will oversee excavation of Tuam mother and baby home site
'Inhuman and degrading': Concerns over tented accommodation for asylum seekers in Athlone
East Wall: Minister to meet residents as Tánaiste says people don't have 'veto' on who lives nearby
Minister says East Wall 'leaflet drop' is planned amid dispute over asylum seeker accommodation
Mother and Baby Homes: Forum says Tusla is 'erratic, dysfunctional and devoid of trust'
Mother and Baby Homes: Collaborative Forum's report to finally be published - after years of delays
Government told to sue religious orders, or seize their assets, if they refuse to pay redress
O'Gorman 'can't rule out' refugees sleeping on streets as Citywest closes to new arrivals
'€5,000 for your child being taken? You would get multiples of that for a whiplash injury'
Mother and Baby Homes: People will have up to five years to apply for redress under new scheme
Mother and Baby Homes: Survivors say redress scheme ignores the trauma of family separation
Mother and Baby Homes: Some consequences - like testimonies - are more important than others
'A historic moment': Adopted people can access information about their birth from today
No spike in people seeking asylum from Russia in Ireland, O'Gorman says
Minister hopes parents using childminders will benefit from cheaper childcare next year
Victims of domestic violence to be entitled to five days of paid leave under new plans
'100 years of injustice': Survivors call for mother and baby home redress scheme to be extended
Childcare providers welcome ‘historic’ wage increase deal
Kildare protest against housing for Ukrainians postponed as group to meet minister
Childcare fees should fall by 50% over the next two Budgets, says minister
Tusla cannot confirm how many records it has about St Gerard's mother and baby home
Almost 900 people sign up to adoption tracing system - 32 have 'no contact' preference
Independent office to lead excavation of Tuam Mother and Baby Home site
More Mother and Baby Home survivors to take legal action if they're excluded from Redress Bill
Tuam mother and baby home site to be excavated after President signs Burials Bill into law
Adopted people will finally get access to records after President signs Bill into law
First of 500 modular homes to accommodate Ukrainian refugees to be built by November
'Unacceptable harassment' on LGBTQ+ community persisting, Dáil hears ahead of Dublin Pride
Bill aiming to help adopted people access information about their life passes Oireacthas
Bethany Home survivor 'highly concerned' by legal delays as State seeks more time to respond
Research to inform conversion therapy ban expected by end of summer
Parents paying nearly €800 in monthly fees per child in childcare, report finds
Taoiseach ‘more than willing’ to offer State apology for illegal birth registrations
Only 700 Ukrainian refugees so far placed in pledged accommodation as minister seeks 'patience'
Minister confirms Aramark given refugee catering contract as process had to be 'short circuited'
Justice Minister says 'no cap' on Ukrainian refugees arriving despite accommodation challenges