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# Roderic O'Gorman

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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
Number of Ukrainians arriving falls and payment for host families being considered – O'Gorman
Mother & Baby Homes: GPs no longer have to sign off on requests by survivors to get health records
Remembrance centre to be located at site of former Magdalene Laundry on Sean McDermott Street
Over 6,000 people fleeing Ukraine have been accommodated in Ireland since February
Up to 40,000 Ukrainian refugees may arrive in Ireland by end of April, says Varadkar
Around 4,500 Ukraine refugees staying in hotel accommodation in Ireland
'It's an insult': €3,000 payment for people who were illegally adopted criticised
Over 2,000 people fleeing Ukraine have arrived in Ireland with 640 staying in hotels
An online portal to offer help to Ukrainian refugees in Ireland has opened
More than 1.5 million refugees flee Ukraine in past 10 days, says UN
'This will haunt the Government': Call for extension of MBH redress, or for new Commission to be held
Burials Bill: New law will allow for Tuam mother and baby home and other sites to be excavated
Burials Bill will be published today, paving the way for Tuam site to finally be excavated
Long-awaited Burials Bill to be published next week
Review of domestic violence refuges highlights geographical gaps and inadequate provision
People refused entry to pubs don't get 'adequate access to justice' under complaints system
Special Oireachtas committee on international surrogacy to be established
'I'll protest until I die': Call for 'forgotten' boarded out children to be given redress
Adopted people to get access to their birth certs and other records under new legislation
Adopted people will no longer have to attend mandatory information session when seeking records
Tuam site may finally be excavated in 2022 - five years after 'significant' human remains found
'We've been totally vindicated': State admits rights of Mother & Baby Home survivors were breached
Schools and creches to be given €72 million to help reduce spread of Covid
Government will not oppose motion for review of redress scheme for Mother and Baby Home survivors
Over 30 experts ask O'Gorman to change redress scheme so it considers 'impact of early trauma'
'They're waiting for more of us to die': Women whose children were taken react to redress scheme
'No understanding of trauma': Survivors hit out at 6-month rule & legal waiver in redress scheme
Mother and Baby Homes: 34,000 survivors eligible for compensation in €800m redress scheme