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Care staff may have pay docked after being told not to go to work
Care staff who were instructed by their employer not to come to work on Monday due to Hurricane Ophelia found their pay may be docked or a day's annual leave deducted when they returned to work on Tuesday.
Hiqa chair denies Fair Deal meeting was 'conflict of interest
The chairman of the country's patient safety watchdog told private nursing home owners at a "secret meeting" that they should appeal the fees they were offered by the State to care for Fair Deal residents and the scheme "lacked sophistication".
Green Party's Ryan challenges Healy-Rae to climate debate
Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has challenged Kerry TD Danny Healy-Rae to a debate on climate change in the Independent TD's hometown of Kilgarvan.
Counties reeling from Ophelia now on alert for 'weather bomb
Five counties that were hammered by Hurricane Ophelia are now on high alert for flooding amid warnings of...
The State will fund abortions if people vote for change' - Harris
The State will fund abortions in public hospitals if the law changes regarding termination of pregnancies, Health Minister Simon Harris has said.
EU throws down gauntlet with eight-week deadline on Brexit
Ireland and the other remaining EU states are to throw down the gauntlet to the British government giving it eight weeks to improve its Brexit offer if it wants to move on to the next phase of Brexit talks.
Alcohol can help you speak foreign languages
A swift drink may help improve your foreign language skills, research suggests.
PA stole €1.1m from bosses over 14 years
A personal assistant stole more than €1m from her employers over a 14-year period by fraudulently lodging their cheques to her personal bank account, a court has heard.
Shortage of teachers an urgent issue, say principals
A growing shortage of qualified teachers means increasing numbers of pupils are being taught by non-specialists in a subject, according to second-level school principals.
IRA killers of Quinn staged 'dozen attacks
The IRA gang that brutally murdered Paul Quinn is suspected of being involved in a dozen other punishment beatings North of the Border, it was claimed last night.
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