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# Stephen Donnelly

Last year
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
Donnelly in talks on establishing 'hospital-linked' accommodation for migrant nurses
Patient Safety Bill, which aims to create 'culture' of transparency, signed into law
Poll: Would you be happy for your pharmacist to treat minor ailments?
Health officials intend to allow pharmacies assess and treat patients with minor ailments
Hospitals and EDs 'don't hold all solutions to overcrowding', Donnelly tells committee
Varadkar 'reluctant' to make changes after review of state's abortion laws seeks end to three-day wait
Donnelly found out 'yesterday' that Robert Watt tried to email him about Holohan secondment
Donnelly: 'Unacceptable' that abortion services are not available in all maternity hospitals
Holohan report: Watt rejects most findings as Donnelly says all involved acted in 'good faith'
Rollout of pandemic bonus has had errors but is largely complete, says Donnelly
Report finds Tony Holohan should not have been involved in process around TCD move
In-patient fees for public hospitals scrapped from today
Pay talks: Additional money for HSE funded agencies 'must go on worker's pay, not admin costs'
Review of abortion services to go to Cabinet in coming weeks
HSE review to allow GPs prescribe Cariban drug for pregnant women continuing, says minister
Donnelly 'disappointed' about CervicalCheck samples being tested in US labs
'Enormous burden': Labour call for removal of wait period for abortion care
Donnelly to introduce legislation to abolish in-patient charges in public hospitals
HSE approves use of life-changing Cystic Fibrosis drug for 35 children previously excluded
'We need more decision-makers at weekends': Donnelly to press ahead with new consultant contract
DAA given green light to buy frequency jamming anti-drone technology for use at Dublin Airport
Minister urges doctors to lobby drug companies so women can easily access pregnancy sickness meds
'We're letting children drop off a cliff edge at age 18': Opposition hits out at CAMHS issues