News Archive

  1. Special Mater Hospital Demonstration– Third Anniversary May 11, 2006 If you are concerned about the state of the A&E Services in hospitals throughout the country and, particularly, in the Mater, if …
  2. Maura Buckley an unsung hero May 8, 2006 “She worked in Rutland Street and Marlborough Street Primary Schools and Larkin Community College in the North Inner City, …
  3. Minutes of Meeting on 27 March in relation to litter and other issues in Oxmantown/Stoneybatter Area May 6, 2006 1- Waste Management Residents Issues: -Problem with laneways around Aughrim Place/Aughrim Lane/Carnew Lane -All streets in the …
  4. Sale of Bohs' ground a shock to the northside May 4, 2006 With Shelbourne closing its grounds at Tolka Park, Bohemians will be the only league of Ireland club left on the Northside of …
  5. A&E crisis gone from bad to worse, Costello tells Dail April 26, 2006 “At the time there were 20 – 35 people lying on trolleys at any one time. The A & E Department was short 4 nurses and needed …
  6. HSE report may sound death knell for Temple St February 3, 2006 He added: “There’s huge concern that this spells the death knell for the Mater/ Temple St redevelopment. “The matter is …
  7. Harney must respond to Temple St doctors' concerns January 30, 2006 “The money for this project has already been made available under the National Development Plan. The fact that it has been …
  8. McDowell's record: four years of inertia on crime January 28, 2006 Four years of inertia on the crime front by the Minister has allowed cocaine, the most dangerous illicit drug in the world to …
  9. Cyclist Death Highlights the Need for Daytime Truck Ban January 16, 2006 “It’s a very dangerous intersection. There’s an urgent need for a traffic management plan for that area. Dublin City …
  10. No Justification for Closed Mater Ward January 13, 2006 The average number of people waiting on trolleys for treatment in the Mater Hospital A&E department this week is 24 according to …
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