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From a social 'evil' to Supreme Court scrutiny: the long journey to Ireland's landmark assisted dying vote
The Dáil voted to send the Dying with Dignity Bill to committee stage earlier this week.
"I was going to keep quiet... but this is bigger than myself" - Gail O'Rorke
O’Rorke met with TDs at Dáil Eireann today to discuss a “long overdue” bill on assisted suicide.
A man with non-terminal cancer has travelled abroad to take his own life after a final meal with family
The death of Briton Jeffrey Spector is set to reignite the debate over assisted suicide in the UK.
Gail O'Rorke found not guilty of assisting the suicide of her friend
How is assisting a suicide illegal? The legal answer is complicated.
Gail O'Rorke cleared on two charges of assisting the suicide of her friend
The jury were ordered to acquit her due to a lack of evidence.
Woman accused of assisting a suicide was left 30% of the deceased's estate
The taxi driver has pleaded not guilty to charges of aiding and abetting a suicide.
Jury in assisted suicide case hears the last words of dead woman
A woman who was a friend of the dead woman is the first person in the State to be charged with the offence.
Woman charged with assisting suicide faces further wait for trial
Gail O’Rorke is the first person in the State to be charged with the offence.
Woman accused of assisting in suicide is in court today
The case is believed to be the first of its kind in Ireland.