Mary Regan: Why the new maternity hospital has been a difficult delivery
Everyone is asking why the nuns want to run a maternity hospital. But perhaps the real question should be, why would the state want to allow them?
Starting the building of a new maternity hospital was a stated priority for Simon Harris when he took on the troubled Department of Health almost one year ago. And he didn’t waste any time setting about the task.
Less than a month into his tenure, the minister appointed a mediator to resolve what had been a long-running dispute for control of the proposed development between the National Maternity Hospital, currently located at Holles...
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