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Wikileaks says Julian Assange has been released from prison after plea deal with US
Number of sexual assaults reported at mental health centres jumps from 12 in 2022 to 42 last year
Concerns have also been raised about the number of people being physically restrained at mental health facilities.
The average episode of physical restraint in 2023 lasted for 4.4 minutes
Sinn Féin's spokesperson for Mental Health, Mark Ward, today expressed "grave concerns" over certain findings
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh, iconic voice of GAA commentary, dies aged 93
Jack Chambers announced as new Finance Minister to replace Michael McGrath
Taoiseach: 'Serious questions' for the Defence Forces over handling of abuse cases
Taylor Swift fans across the world hit by cancelled Aer Lingus flights due to strike action
Taoiseach calls for ‘engagement’ rather than ‘agony and chaos’ ahead of Aer Lingus pilots’ strike
Industrial action by IALPA is set to begin tomorrow.
All-out strike action is also planned for a period on Saturday.
Taoiseach Simon Harris has 'challenged' both parties to engage rather than 'put people through chaos'.
Poll: Do you use a travel agent when booking a holiday?
Government aims to enact ban on 51-week student leases in time for upcoming academic year