Petition to block Sisters of Charity ownership of new National Maternity Hospital gets almost 34000 signatures - The Irish Sun

A PETITION launched to block the Sisters of Charity's sole ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital has soared to almost 34,000 signatures. The online protest was set up after Health Minister Simon Harris announced the Sisters of Charity would ...

Petition to block religious ownership of National Maternity Hospital exceeds target - Newstalk 106-108 fm

A petition calling on the Department of Health to block the Sisters of Charity from becoming sole owners of the new National Maternity Hospital has exceeded an original target of 30,000 signatures. The Sisters of Charity were party to a €128m redress ...

Over 20000 people sign petition seeking to prevent Sisters of Charity owning new maternity hospital - Irish Independent

Over 20,000 people have signed a petition seeking to prevent the Sisters of Charity from becoming the owner of the new National Maternity Hospital. Survivors of the Magdalene Launderies, which were run by the controversial order, have spoken out about ...

Over 25000 People Sign Petition Against Plans For National Maternity Hospital - Lovin Dublin

Over 25,000 people have signed a petition against plans to make the Sisters Of Charity sole owners of the new National Maternity Hospital. The online petition was created following yesterday's announcement and has garnered strong support from those who ...

Abuse redress bill 'did not arise' in hospital transfer talks - Irish Times

The Sisters of Charity's failure to provide its share of funds to a redress scheme for institutional abuse victims is a separate issue from the relocation of the National Maternity Hospital, the man charged with negotiating the move has said. Kieran ...

Nun's redress issue 'separate from maternity hospital relocation' - Irish Times

The Sisters of Charity's failure to provide its share of funds to a redress scheme for institutional abuse victims is a separate issue from the relocation of the National Maternity Hospital, according to Kieran Mulvey. Mr Mulvey, who brokered the deal ...

Over 18000 people sign petition to block Sister of Charity ownership of maternity hospital - BreakingNews.ie

An online petition to block The Sisters of Charity from owning the new national maternity hospital has got thousands of signatures overnight. 18,000 people have added their names to the protest, set up after the religious order was revealed as the new ...

Tens of thousands sign petition against nuns' National Maternity Hospital ownership - Dublin Live

It was announced yesterday that the new National Maternity Hospital would pass into the ownership of the Sisters of Charity when it moves to St Vincent's in 2021. Share; Comments. ByStephen McDermott. 12:00, 19 APR 2017. News. St Vincent's University ...

Redress 'did not feature' in maternity hospital relocation negotiations - RTE.ie

The mediator in negotiations about relocating the National Maternity Hospital has said monies owed by the Religious Sisters of Charity to a redress scheme did not feature during discussions to move the hospital to the St Vincent's Hospital campus. The ...

'Have we forgotten already?' Thousands protest over Sisters of Charity taking over Irish maternity hospital - Irish Post

The Sisters of Charity are the shareholders of the St Vincent's Healthcare Group, which the Department of Health said will be the “sole owner of the new hospital” which is to be built on a site at Elm Park in south Dublin. (Picture: RollingNews.ie ...

Outrage at decision to gift ownership of National Maternity hospital to Sisters of Charity - InTallaght (blog)

Yesterday's announcement that the Sisters of Charity will have ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital in south Dublin has caused widespread shock and disgust. For survivors of child abuse in residential institutions it was another kick in the ...

Nuns have 'moral duty' to pay redress money, says committee chair - Irish Times

An Independent TD who frequently supports the Government has said the religious congregation that will own the new national maternity hospital has a “moral duty” to provide its share of funds to a redress scheme for institutional abuse victims. Michael ...

Dublin politicians slam 'nightmare scenario' National Maternity Hospital ownership plans - Dublin Live

Two Dublin politicians have slammed the decision to grant The Religious Sisters of Charity group "sole ownership" of the new National Maternity Hospital. North Inner City councillor Eilis Ryan believes the decision presents a "nightmare scenario" for ...

'No religious interference' in national maternity hospital - Irish Examiner

The State's investment in the proposed €300m national maternity hospital will be protected and it will be free of religious interference, according to Health Minister Simon Harris. The Master of the National Maternity Hospital (NMH), Rhona O'Mahony ...

Who owns the National Maternity Hospital? - Irish Times

Sir, – What is wrong with us? Our Government is giving control of the State-funded National Maternity Hospital to the Sisters of Charity religious order. What is wrong with us as a nation where this can be allowed to happen? It oversaw child abuse in ...

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday - thejournal.ie

UK snap election, criticism over final words of R116 crew being published and giant shipworm discovered – it's the Evening Fix. By Cliodhna Russell Tuesday 18 Apr 2017, 9:09 PM. 12 hours ago 7,929 Views 1 Comment. http://jrnl.ie/3346110. Share Tweet ...

'No religious influence': Harris defends new maternity hospital ownership in face of criticism - thejournal.ie

HEALTH MINISTER SIMON Harris has said that the new National Maternity Hospital will have “clinical and operational independence”, without “religious, ethnic or other influence”. Severe criticism was levelled at the involvement of the Sisters of Charity ...

Abuse survivors angry at order getting ownership of hospital - Irish Times

Survivors of child abuse in residential institutions have expressed shock at the fact that the sole owner of the new National Maternity Hospital in south Dublin will be the the St Vincent's Healthcare Group, of which the Sisters of Charity are the ...

Sisters of Charity to be given new National Maternity Hospital - Irish Times

A religious congregation which has failed to date to provide its share of funds to a redress scheme for institutional abuse victims, is to be given ownership of the new €300 million State-funded National Maternity Hospital. The Sisters of Charity are ...

Sisters Of Charity To Be Sole Owners of Maternity Hospital - TodayFM

The Minister for Health says the new national maternity hospital will have full clinical, operational, financial and budgetary independence. Opposition parties claim there could be a conflict of interest between medical decisions and Catholic ...