It is almost 30 years since the redevelopment of Temple Street Children’s Hospital on the north side of Dublin city centre was first mooted.
An Australian couple living in Co Westmeath are suing AIB for wrongly telling the Revenue Commissioners that they had a bogus non-resident account.
Hospital consultants will ask the government to stem the rising cost of medical litigation by introducing a compensation body modelled on the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB).
Almost 500 houses in Dublin sold for more than €1 million each last year, according to figures from estate agent Sherry FitzGerald.
Risk equalisation has dominated the headlines this Christmas. While it will have little immediate effect on the two million people in Ireland with private health insurance, the eventual outcome is likely to have a significant impact on policy holders