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The Minister for Health has raised the prospect of extending the Dáil term to deal with the new abortion legislation.
Political figures both in Ennis and nationwide are being urged to to review their homelessness policies to ensure the death of Jospeh Pavelka is never repeated.
The President of the College of Psychiatrists in Ireland says he and his colleagues will not be fooled by women claiming to be suicidal to get an abortion.
Key evidence from psychiatrists will be heard today on the second of three days of public hearings, reviewing the draft abortion legislation.
The driving force behind the Clare Crusaders Children's Charity will be honoured for her efforts this evening as she becomes Clare person of the Year.
The country's Chief Medical Officer says you can't say that suicide would never be a real and substantial risk to the life of a mother.
Three full days of examinations of the Heads of the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill - will begin today.
More and more Irish people are being diagnosed with high blood pressure.
The Taoiseach has rejected claims from the Archbishop of Dublin that new abortion laws will give less rights to the life of the unborn.
A Clare health campaigner says he's giving a 'very cautious welcome' to government plans for the future of healthcare in the Mid West.