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Private mental health centres provide better care than HSE facilities, report finds
Inspectors highlighted multiple serious risks and poor environments across five HSE approved centres in Cork.
'No formal decision yet' on St Patrick's Day double bank holiday this year
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said that “we just haven’t pushed the button yet”.
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IRFU to publish reports in major u-turn after letter from women's players
The union says players’ views “will be listened to and fed into future planning.”
'We are on the road to nowhere': Are electric cars and chargers enough to cut our transport emissions?
Transport is a huge contributor to Ireland’s global emissions and tackling them is a major challenge.
Private cancer patients getting access to drugs that public patients can't get is 'incredibly unfair'
The Irish Cancer Society said that lifesaving medicines should be available to everyone who could benefit from them, not just people with private health insurance.
'It was really touch and go': Eight-week-old pup given life saving surgery following public donations
“We realised we were dealing with a very life threatening condition.”
Tesla to remain public after shareholders tell Elon Musk 'please don't do this'
Shares at the company fell by 20% this month.
Appeal for John Rodgers missing from Tallaght
He is believed to be travelling in a 09 C registered blue VW Passat saloon.
Gardaí renew appeal for help in finding 24-year-old man missing since last week
Caíque Trindade De Oliveira is originally from Brazil.
'Somebody needs to shout stop': HSE nursing homes cost a lot more to run than private ones
New figures show a significant discrepancy in the weekly costs of providing long-term residential care for elderly people.
Poll: Should Ireland's water services be publicly owned?
The government has agreed to a referendum on whether or not Ireland’s water utility should be publicly owned.
Body of young man recovered after getting into difficulty swimming with brother
The coastguard and gardaí were alerted at around 4.45pm.
Poll: Would you go public if you won the Euromillions jackpot?
All that cash would be hard to hide.
Accessing WiFi in a public spot? You should be extra careful
For obvious reasons, you shouldn’t treat it like your connection at home.
'We need to assess the threat to the 1916 commemorations'
There needs to be a carefully choreographed evacuation plan with an event of this size, writes Tom Clonan.
These are the most popular heritage sites in Ireland, did your county make it?
The National Botanic Gardens came out on top with over half a million visits in 2014.
I chose to put my four children through private secondary school, here's why
There may be an air of ambition that one hopes will be contagious. If the friends all have high hopes, ours probably will too.
It looks like gardaí have started handing out tickets on one of Dublin's busiest junctions
Motorists were witnessed being issued with fines earlier today.
Can you spot what's wrong with this Kate Middleton headline?
A reminder to always proofread.
The French Riviera is in lockdown because of a special visitor
And locals are not one bit happy.
Emmanuel Adebayor has very publicly accused his family of using him for his money
It was Jeremy Kyle stuff from the Spurs striker.
Gardaí searching for missing Dean Roche (31)
Can you help?
"Lucy's terrible story about her medical card isn't the first - but it was bound to happen"
The story of the HSE’s refusal to provide a child with cancer a medical card has sparked criticism of the system.
Shannon Quaid found safe and well
She had been missing from the Glencullen area.
'Government distrust over water charges policy shows public want effective lobbying rules'
Transparency Ireland said the new lobbying register doesn’t go far enough.
Were your relatives involved in the 1916 Rising? This group wants to hear from you
The committee wants as many relatives as possible to be involved in the centenary plans.
Snapchat's next feature will let users publicly share photos at events
‘Our Story’ will allow users to share photos and videos at any event they’re attending, which will all be viewed in the one timeline
New palliative care unit in Kilkenny announced by Susie Long Hospice Fund
The fund want to continue working towards a 12 bed unit.
GoPro plans to raise $100 million by filing for IPO
The wearable camera company, famed for capturing action shots from extreme sports, will list on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange and trade under the symbol ‘GPRO’.
Everything you need to know about what it will cost you to go to hospital
Going private, going public or have a medical card? How much is it going to set you back?
Reilly: We'll be more than happy to meet St Vincent's in court
The hospital was asked by the HSE to stop 80 consultants on State salaries from working between both public and private hospitals on the campus.
Witness "horrified" at seeing teen assaulted at Luas stop
The youth was injured during the assault, which occurred at 10.30pm on Saturday night.
Government departments urged to use social media and communicate online
The government departments have been criticised for not utilising social media to inform the public about their work.
Missing 14-year-old Chloe Ebbs returns home
The teenager had not been seen since 21 March.
Candy Crush Saga makers plan to go public in €364 million IPO
King Digital Entertainment generated revenue of €1.36 billion in 2013, the majority coming from its flagship title, Candy Crush Saga.
There is a wedding proposal in the Daily Mail's 'Sidebar of Shame' today
It doesn’t get much more public than this.
Here's a sneak peek at the set for Vincent Browne's new show...
The format of this new show means politicians who want to have their say will have to sit in the 200-strong audience to take part in the debate.
Googly eyes are taking over the world, and we're okay with that
It’s called Eyebombing, and it’s about time.
Study to look at feasability of defibrillators in public places
The defibrillators would be used in the event of an out-of-hospial cardiac arrest.
Aviva health insurance to increase its premiums by 5.2%
The increases will be imposed from 1 January 2014, with Aviva stating the government’s recent decision on rates means the new bed charge is 10.8 times the old charge.