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This month
June 2024
More people will die if there are further delays to reforming drug approach, Paul Reid warns
This year
2024
Bill to legalise personal cannabis use is 'just a tiny step in direction we need to go', Dáil hears
Last year
2023
Irish society 'hates heroin users': Former minister hits out at drugs policy
'People Before Profit are not eurosceptic, we’re euro-critical’: Gino Kenny on party's EU stance
Service users 'devastated' amid plan to shut down 'vital' addiction support service in Dublin
People Before Profit Bill to legalise personal use of cannabis seen as ‘test for Government'
Committee on Assisted Dying told Ireland is ‘increasingly’ an outlier in its position
Assisted dying legislation 'contrary to best medical practice', Committee hears
Assisted Dying: TDs admit 'steep learning curve' and moral struggles as Committee finally meets
‘Complex and profound issue’: Committee on assisted dying to hold first public session next week
Assisted Dying committee to begin public deliberations in June with report expected for March
TDs to visit man jailed in Limerick for supplying cannabis to ill patients
Government 'dragging its heels' on forming committee on assisted dying, says Gino Kenny
Dublin TD says protesters told him 'they will come to my home and burn it down'
All time
GPs can't give initial Cariban prescription, confirms HSE as Tánaiste questions 'rationale'
Terms of reference agreed for special committee on assisted dying
Gino Kenny: It's time to decriminalise the possession of cannabis for personal use
Gino Kenny
Special committee on assisted dying to be established 'as soon as humanly possible'
Dying with Dignity bill needs more 'teasing out', says Taoiseach
Bill to be introduced that would legalise personal use of cannabis
Liffey Valley staff stage protest against introduction of parking charges for workers
Special committee on assisted dying expected to begin in October
'It's made criminals out of decent people': People Before Profit to introduce Bill to legalise cannabis
Special committee on assisted dying expected to begin in early 2022
From a social 'evil' to Supreme Court scrutiny: the long journey to Ireland's landmark assisted dying vote
'I think Ireland is ready for this': Campaigners welcome result of Dáil vote on assisted dying legislation
Our 'last human right' or a 'slippery slope'? Inside the debate on assisted dying ahead of today's Dáil vote
'Willingness on all sides' sees assisted dying become political reality ahead of Dáil vote
Explainer: Everything you need to know about the assisted dying bill set to come before the Dáil
Eamon Ryan says a conscience vote on next week's assisted dying bill 'is a real possibility'
'What I am asking is to be given a choice': Vicky Phelan urges politicians to support Dying with Dignity Bill
PBP's Gino Kenny, who conceded defeat yesterday, retains Dublin Mid-West seat
'You have to learn on your feet very quickly': First time TDs on adjusting to life in Leinster House
Inclusion of chronic pain conditions on cannabis access scheme will be 'kept under review'
FactCheck: Does cannabis legalisation cause 'exponential' increases in the use of the drug?
Doctors want cannabis risks highlighted, but campaigners says debate is conflating medicinal and recreational use
'Momentous achievement': Campaigners welcome confirmation of government medicinal cannabis supplier
New study makes strong link between use of potent cannabis and psychosis
'You're a disgrace': Clashes in the Dáil over medicinal cannabis delay (and Leo breaks Dáil rules)
'Medicinal cannabis can be made available in Ireland early next year if a push is made by the department'