Editorial: Our inability to agree on a model of healthcare in Ireland is unacceptable
The government is failing in its duties to provide a working healthcare system
Three weeks on from the resignations of the two most senior figures in Sláintecare, and the crisis engulfing Ireland’s health reform programme appears not to have fully registered in Government Buildings.
Repeated media outings from Stephen Donnelly on the issue would best be summarised as bemusing, as the Minister for Health expressed his regret at the loss of Laura Magahy and Tom Keane, but wouldn’t concede that problems with the health...
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Editorial: Nobel awards are a huge shot in the arm for journalism
Maria Ressa and Dmitri Muratov are deserving winners of one of the highest honours on the planet
Editorial: Coalition is doing its best to squander goodwill dividend of reopening
From the ongoing collapse of Sláintecare to the prospect of power blackouts this winter, the government is dogged by hapless mismanagement and disjointed communication
Editorial: Lack of forward planning leaves us facing a cold winter
If a credible plan is not drawn up soon, it could be lights out for the coalition government