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'Where is she?': Survivor of Tuam home discovers he has a second sister with no burial record
'Vulnerable' girl taken into care after entering Ireland with man claiming to be her uncle
HIQA report finds "inconsistencies in many services" for children
Parents left stressed after schools report children to Tusla for missing days due to Covid
Unaccompanied children as young as 12 arriving into Ireland from Ukraine
Taoiseach: Officials vetting accommodation for refugees amid report of 'sex for housing' offer
Review of domestic violence refuges highlights geographical gaps and inadequate provision
Fostering within the family needs support, resources - and regulation
Men plead guilty to PUP scam which cost state €150,000
Tusla staff report having more time for face to face work in aftermath of HSE cyberattack
Six children reported to Dublin hospital with accidental cannabis poisoning earlier this year
Adopted people seeking records ‘should be provided with counselling supports’, committee hears
Tusla apologises for 'hurt' felt by adoptees seeking access to personal information
HSE hack: A sensitive Tusla database dealing with child protection cases can't be accessed
New helpline for Mother and Baby Home survivors concerned about risk still posed by abuser
Tusla confirms 'unapproved email' about registering for vaccines sent to staff who were not eligible
Report into illegal adoptions estimates there are thousands of 'suspicious' files, but advises against inquiry
Access to rent supplement for victims of domestic violence extended to the end of the year
Child with profound disability left in hospital for two years after HSE and Tusla unable to secure care for him
Legal advice is that GDPR is 'prohibited' by 2004 Act on Mother and Baby Homes Commission - Department
Fionn Davenport: I was born in a mother and baby home - we have a right to our past
Fionn Davenport
'When your mother cried during labour, she was paying for her sins': Stories of mother and baby home survivors read into Dáil record
Senators express 'serious concern' that mother and baby home records will be sealed for 30 years
Tusla suffers 23 'high risk' data breaches - including stolen files and loss of devices - since last year
'He's devastated that he hasn't seen his child': The stories of children taken into care during Covid-19
Tusla expressed concern children could be at risk of 'immediate harm' due to restrictions on its services
'An awful lot of neglect': Fears for safety of children as Tusla points to drop-off in child protection referrals
Boy was used by older peers to take part in illegal fight club, court told
Tusla 'accidentally disclosed' contact and location information of mother and child victim to alleged abuser
Survivors group 'concerned' that alleged child abusers could be allowed interview complainants
Two crèches set to close following Tusla inspections
Tusla apologises to young woman for 'lack of support' after she was raped by her foster dad
Internal Tusla documents reveal staff complained of poor engagement from Scouting Ireland
'Lily is 83. Her son has moved in - and he's taken control of her pension'
Senator Colette Kelleher
Teenage girl was on mental health waiting list for three months before suicide
Tusla defers deadline for crèches to submit fire risk assessments
Ten-fold increase in a decade in number of children from State care reaching out for help
Chair of Tusla says 'journey of reform' lies ahead with further improvements needed 'on a daily basis'
Tusla employee jailed for three years for possession of child pornography images
Foster carers finally given insurance cover by the State following three-year long battle