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Model three hospital & reopening of Ennis A&E ruled out by management

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Management of Ennis General Hospital have quashed calls for it to become a model three hospital.

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Clare councillors pass no confidence motion in Simon Harris

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A motion of no confidence in Minister for Health, Simon Harris was approved by elected members of Clare County Council on Monday evening.

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Hospital opening hours may extend but return of Ennis A&E unlikely

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Frustration has been expressed locally as the Taoiseach has stated his opposition to reopening a twenty four hour A&E at Ennis General Hospital.

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Laura always brought a smile to banish tears

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Hundreds of mourners attended a mass of remebrance for Laura Brennan at St Peter and Paul Cathedral in Ennis on Wednesday.

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‘Women of Ireland have suffered for too long’ – Cllrs hit out at smear test backlog

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Elected representatives of Clare County Council are the latest to ask their local authority to call on the Minister Health and the Taoiseach to support the Stand4Women campaign.

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Councillors’ confidence in Harris does not reflect public feeling

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Elected representatives of Clare County Council may have confidence in the Minister for Health but the people living in the county do not, Cllr PJ Kelly has declared.

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‘A light in the life of everyone who knew her’ – Laura Brennan dies

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Laura Brennan has died at the age of 26.

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HSE approve 60 bed modular unit at University Hospital Limerick

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A letter of approval from the HSE has been issued for the construction of a new 60 bed modular unit at University Hospital Limerick.

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Harty voting no in Harris confidence motion

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Independent TD, Dr. Michael Harty is to support the vote of no confidence in Minister for Health, Simon Harris. On Monday morning it was announced that the 60 bed modular unit at University Hospital Limerick was to be delayed until mid 2020, the revised opening date is subject to funding which the Clare TD described…

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More strikes would break health service Junior Minister claims

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A Clare TD has claimed more strike action by nurses and midwives in Ireland would “break the health service”. Speaking at a Fine Gael selection convention in Kilrush, Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen confirmed a sit down between the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation…

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