A safety system introduced in maternity wards after Savita Halappanavar's death is not functioning properly in a number of hospitals.
A number of healthcare staff involved in the care of Savita Halappanavar have been "disciplined".
The HSE is to review the actions of all staff members involved in the care of Savita Halappanavar, who died in University Hospital Galway last October.
Medics treating Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar, who died after being refused a termination as she miscarried, failed to give her the most basic care, a damning review of her case has found.
An investigation into the death Savita Halappanavar lays bare unacceptable practices, Health Minister James Reilly has said today.
If Savita Halapannavar was given a termination, she may still be alive today, according to the head of the HSE inquiry into the circumstances surrounding her death last year.
The report into the death of Savita Halappanavar says medical staff failed to offer all management options - including a termination.
Health chiefs have been accused of a lack of respect over the publication of a report into the death of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar.
Savita Halappanavar's husband Praveen will not attend the inquest into her death today.
Savita Halappanavar would probably be alive if a termination could have legally been carried out before there was a substantial risk to her life, an expert has said.
The widower of Savita Halappanavar who died after she suffered a miscarriage in University Hospital Galway has been overawed by events at her inquest.
Praveen Halappanavar will not be attending the inquest into his wife Savita's death today.
The first expert witness is to be called to give evidence today at the inquest into the death of Savita Halappanavar.
Savita Halappavar's inquest heard today about her final days and hours in intensive care before her death from septicaemia at Galway University Hospital last October.
A microbiologist has said it would be of concern to her that a blood sample from Savita Halappanavar took more than three hours to reach the laboratory for testing.
A senior midwife has apologised after admitting she told Savita Halappanavar that she could not have a termination in Ireland because of Catholic influence.
The consultant at the centre of the treatment of Savita Halappanavar who died in a University Hospital Galway after a miscarriage has admitted there were system failures in her care.
A midwife has apologised for telling Savita Halappanavar who was suffering a miscarriage that she could not have a termination in Ireland because it was a “Catholic thing”.
The consultant at the centre of the treatment of Savita Halappanavar who died in University Hospital Galway after a miscarriage has admitted there were system failures in her care.
Consultant obstetrician, Dr Katherine Astbury, who treated Savita Halappanavar is expected to be among the witnesses to give evidence at her inquest today.
A consultant has been accused of refusing an Indian woman’s demands for an abortion in Ireland as she miscarried on the grounds that it is “a Catholic country”.
In the depths of despair, Savita Halappanavar turned to her young husband and pleaded: “How can a mother wait for her baby to die?”
The widower of an Savita Halappanavar who died in hospital in Ireland after suffering a miscarriage has said a consultant told the couple an abortion was not allowed because “this is a Catholic country”.
The husband of Savita Halappanavar has said he has faith in the inquest into his wife's death and hopes it will "get to the bottom of the truth".
An inquest into the death of Savita Halappanavar an after she suffered a miscarriage in University Hospital Galway will begin tomorrow.
The husband of the late Savita Halappanavar is expected to make a personal statement on his reaction to the draft HSE report into her death.
A HSE report into the death of Savita Halappanavar at University Hospital in Galway last year has found that the foetus she was miscarrying, and not the deteriorating health of the mother, was the main focus of the medical team.
A HSE draft report into the death of Savita Halappanavar at University Hospital Galway is to be considered by her husband and his legal team over the weekend.
The husband of Savita Halappanavar will today be given a draft report of the investigation into his wife's death.
The Health Minister has confirmed that the husband of Savita Halappanavar, Praveen, will receive a draft report of the inquiry into her death tomorrow.
The Minister for Health James Reilly has said there are legal issues delaying the publication of the report into the death of Savita Halappanavar.
It has emerged the Health Minister's been in contact with Praveen Halappanavar in the wake of the leaking of a draft report of the investigation into the death of his wife Savita.
The Taoiseach has said the husband of Savita Halappanavar should have been the first to be briefed about the report of the investigation into her death.
The infection that contributed to the death of Savita Halappanaavar went undiagnosed for three days at Galway University Hospital, according to a draft report into her death.
The husband of an Indian dentist who died after she suffered a miscarriage said his late wife is giving him the strength to fight for the truth.
A coroner has promised the husband of an Indian dentist who died after she suffered a miscarriage in Ireland that her inquest will be transparent and open to public scrutiny.
The inquest in to the death of an Indian dentist after she suffered a miscarriage in Ireland will open today.
Medical and legal experts will meet cross-party politicians to make recommendations on draft legislation for new abortion laws.
The husband of the late Savita Halappanavar has told the Irish Times he is "not at all happy" that a preliminary report into his wife's death has not been released.
Four consultants from outside Ireland will lead the independent health watchdog inquiry into the death of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar.
Anti-abortion groups in Ireland look set to receive a major financial boost from pro-life campaigners in the US.
Bishop of Kilmore Leo O'Reilly said today that he believes the decision of the Supreme Court in the X Case was wrong.
Up to 1,000 pro-life campaigners have gathered outside the Dáil this evening calling on the Government not to legislate for the X case.
Pro-life campaigners are warning the Government that if legislation for the X case is introduced - it will lead to abortions 'on demand'.
The Health Information and Quality Authority has published the terms of reference for its investigation into the care and treatment given to Savita Halapanavar.
The Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin says he feels the country has been wrongly portrayed internationally over the abortion issue.
Praveen Halappanavar is calling time on the Government as today is the deadline he set for the establishment of a public inquiry into his wife Savita's death.
A vigil will be held at NUI Galway today to mark one month since the death of Savita Halappanavar.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton is rowing in behind the Minister for Health James Reilly.
The Health Minister James Reilly has held a private meeting with the husband of Savita Halappanavar.
The Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore is not ruling out a public inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar.
The Board of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) have announced that they will investigate Savita Halappanavar's death.
The Health Minister James Reilly is not due to meet with Savita Halappanavar's husband despite being in Galway today.
Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin says there needs to be a single 'comprehensive' inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar.
The Health Information and Quality Authority is due to announce later whether it will investigate the death of Savita Halappanavar.
The Health Information and Quality Authority has been asked by the HSE to consider starting a statutory inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar at Galway University Hospital last month.
Two investigations are underway into a series of abortion-related automated phonecalls that are being made to households around the country.
The Taoiseach has been called on to personally intervene and make contact with Praveen Halappanavar to discuss an inquiry into his wife Savita's death after she suffered a miscarriage.
The chairman of the team investigating the death of Savita Halappanavar has been given the authority by the HSE to go to court to seek the release of medical records to assist his inquiry.
The former Master of the National Maternity Hospital says a public inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar would be the wrong way to go.