New initiatives and generic brands have reduced medicine costs for the state, but more needs to be done to improve patients’ access to new treatments
When the weather finally does break, the rainfall still won’t solve the problems besetting our creaking water supply
The EU, and Ireland, should be moving to reduce its dependence on Putin’s supplies of natural gas
We often call him politically naive, but it is more fitting to say that he was way ahead of his time; Ireland of the 1940s and 1950s was not ready for Noël Browne. By doing what he felt was right, he sacrificed his career.
Noël Browne – doctor, politician and one-time health minister – knew a thing or two about getting stuff done
All too often nowadays,we don’t consume foods in their natural state - and the extra ingredients could spell danger to us and our children
Peter Sutherland recognised the crucial role of immigrants in helping to sustain growth. So does Minister for Enterprise Heather Humphreys