Tag Archive | Abortion

Dail debate on abortion bill to continue this afternoon

Dail debate on abortion bill to continue this afternoon

A marathon session in the Dáil concluded at 5am this morning, with no decision reached on the bill to allow abortion in limited circumstances. The Daily Shift’s Roisin Peddle reports…  About these ads

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Anti-abortion group Youth Defence has its website hacked

Anti-abortion group Youth Defence has its website hacked

Conservative group Youth Defence has had its website hacked. The Daily Shift’s Finnian Curran reports… 

“Doctors can refuse abortions, but hospitals can’t” – Minister Reilly

“Doctors can refuse abortions, but hospitals can’t” – Minister Reilly

The Protection of Life in Pregnancy Bill, with amendments, has been published. The Daily Shift’s Lyndsay Hughes reports…

Woman walks out of Church after comments on abortion

Woman walks out of Church after comments on abortion

A woman walked out of a First Communion mass following the priest’s comments on abortion. The Daily Shift’s Jill Murray reports…

Agreement reached on proposed Protection Of Maternal Life Bill

Agreement reached on proposed Protection Of Maternal Life Bill

The Government has reached a consensus on legislation for the X Case. The Daily Shift’s Nicole O’Connor reports… 

Sunset clause in abortion legislation possibilty

Sunset clause in abortion legislation possibilty

Any effort to include a sunset clause in the forthcoming abortion legislation is ‘a pathetic attempt by some Fine Gael backbenchers to pander to their perceived electorate’ according to Dublin North TD Clare Daly.

Day 3: Midwife speaks at Savita Inquest

Day 3: Midwife speaks at Savita Inquest

The inquest into Savita Halappanavar’s death at University Hospital Galway continues. The Daily Shift’s Lyndsay Hughes reports… 

Savita inquest resumes in Galway

Savita inquest resumes in Galway

The inquest into Savita Halappanavar’s death continues in Galway. The Daily Shift’s Lyndsay Hughes reports… 

More than 700 protesters demand action on X case

More than 700 protesters demand action on X case

21 years on, protesters are still lining the streets demanding that Ireland’s ban on abortion be relaxed. The Daily Shift’s Aaron Mc Nicholas has more…

Ireland to legislate on abortion

Ireland to legislate on abortion

Ireland are finally going to legislate on abortion but what does this mean for Irish citizens? The Daily Shift’s Shane Burke tells us more…

2012: A look back at the year

2012: A look back at the year

So 2012 is almost over. The Daily Shift’s Roisin Peddle takes a look at the year that was… 

Savita’s husband suing Irish government

Savita’s husband suing Irish government

The husband of Savita Halappanavar intends to sue the Irish government. The Daily Shift’s Lisa Redmond has the story…

‘Never Again’: The Irish people vent their fury over Savita Halappanavar’s death

‘Never Again’: The Irish people vent their fury over Savita Halappanavar’s death

Ahead of further planned action on abortion legislation, two Daily Shift contributors, Catherine Collins and Laura Hogan, who were at last week’s protests, give us a taste of events… 

Savita is a lesson for more than one country

Savita is a lesson for more than one country

The motive for change is too often the tragedy that’s too late to avert. The Daily Shifts Aaron Mc Nicholas reports…

Waterford Gives A Shirt among recent protests in Dublin

Waterford Gives A Shirt among recent protests in Dublin

The Daily Shift’s Sean Defoe reports on a number of protests that took place in Dublin recently, including the Waterford Gives A Shirt campaign and a pro-choice protest…

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