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Concerns raised for survivors 'torn apart' by 'omnishambles' of mother and baby home legislation
An adoption rights group said recent debates “have caused huge distress, with severe implications for people’s mental health”.
Q&A: What is the mother and baby home legislation passed in the Oireachtas this week?
The Bill allows the transfer of a database of 60,000 records compiled by the commission to Tusla, the Child and Family Agency.
Leinster announce 28 new contracts as Kearney and McFadden stay short-term
Joe Tomane’s departure has been officially confirmed.
Ireland crowned Six Nations champions for the third time in five years
England’s failure in Paris means Joe Schmidt’s men are trophy winners.
Gloucester confirm Laurie Fisher as head coach under Humphreys
The Premiership club have made the move official.
All Blacks out-half Aaron Cruden is off the post-RWC2015 transfer market
The 25-year-old has signed a new contract which will see him stay in New Zealand until 2017.
Cork City confirm John Caulfield as manager
The club’s joint-record goal scorer has penned a two-year deal with the club.
The Departures Lounge: your daily transfer gossip round-up
Newcastle United look set to double the number of Senegalese strikers named ‘Demba’ at the club. And no, he hasn’t been cloned.