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# Stephen Donnelly

Last year
Safe access zone law could be 'made a mockery of' if gardaí can't log warnings, TDs say
HSE 'doesn't waste' public money despite €1.5bn deficit, as TD praises 'ballsy' chief executive
Ministers blasted over health budget funding as TDs say it is a 'hammer blow' to the public
Donohoe won't get into 'war of words' over health budget, says financial controls are needed
Women face higher costs than men in life, says minister at workplace menopause policy launch
Govt walking into trouble with warnings health system underfunding will have 'freeze effect'
Minister 'disappointed' with €13m for new mental health measures, confirms ADHD adult service expansion halted
Donnelly brings winter public health plans to Cabinet with Covid vaccine rollout details
Taoiseach, Health Minister to meet with families impacted by spinal surgery crisis
Donnelly promises free IVF will be expanded to include donor materials as scheme opens today
New round of Covid and flu vaccines to roll out at the start of October, minister says
Sligo woman spent over 24 hrs on trolley in hospital hallway after life-threatening asthma attack
As Dáil returns, all three Coalition leaders head to New York for UN High-Level Week
HSE deficit likely to hit at least €1bn with overspend to July running at €600m
Donnelly: 'Regardless of what he says about me in his book, Tony Holohan is an extraordinary public servant'
Minister still has concerns about 'unintended consequences' of Fair Deal rental income change
Donnelly: Emergency Department Taskforce will meet next Monday
215,000 people become eligible for free GP care from today
Cabinet to approve plans for new emerging health threats agency to prepare for future pandemics
Nicotine products to come under Drug Payments Scheme with cost capped at €80 per month
Free contraception scheme expanded to include women aged 27-30
Eligibility for GP visit cards expanded for people aged up to 69 and children aged 8 and over
Eamon Ryan not concerned about constituency redraws and says Greens in 'good health' ahead of next election
Stephen Donnelly: We need to get ‘very serious’ about smartphones in schools
Dogfight for Wicklow TDs in next general election as constituency becomes 4-seater
No agreed completion date for new children's hospital, says Donnelly
HSE to be split into six new health regions next year as part of long-awaited reforms
How do Ireland's age and BMI limits for free IVF compare to other countries?
Couples can avail of publicly-funded IVF from September, but age and BMI limits will apply
Stephen Donnelly says speculation on cost of Children’s Hospital is ‘not helpful’
Children's Hospital contractor 'needs to step up' and deliver project on time, says minister
Free GP care to be expanded to another 500,000 people from August
Nearly 2,000 women approved for reimbursement of cost of pregnancy drug
Donnelly: Sugar tax will remain despite WHO saying artificial sweetener could cause cancer
Ministers express unease over underspend on national roads projects
Optometrists call for end to ‘geographical lottery’ in children’s eye-care
Access to cancer treatment has returned to pre-Covid levels, report finds
Number of trainee GPs to increase by one third to tackle long waiting times
'Not in interest of the State' to share estimates of Children's Hospital final cost
Dentists pass no confidence vote in Donnelly as one in six wait three months for appointment