Irish women still travelling to Britain in droves for abortions

A significant number of women are continuing to travel from the Republic to the UK for early abortions despite the service being available free here since January, the Irish Independent has learned.

A significant number of women are continuing to travel from the Republic to the UK for early abortions despite the service being available free here since January, the Irish Independent has learned.

€1.4bn cost of National Children’s Hospital unlikely to fall, warns new chairman

The new chair of the board responsible for building the National Children’s Hospital today cast doubt on whether it will be possible to make any significant reduction in its massive €1.4bn construction cost.

The new chair of the board responsible for building the National Children’s Hospital today cast doubt on whether it will be possible to make any significant reduction in its massive €1.4bn construction cost.

Mother-of-two with just months left after being diagnosed with ‘silent killer’ planning her dream wedding

A BRAVE mother who has been given just months to live after being diagnosed with a “silent killer” is planning her dream wedding to make precious memories with her family.

A BRAVE mother who has been given just months to live after being diagnosed with a “silent killer” is planning her dream wedding to make precious memories with her family.