The head of children's charity Barnardos claims it would be a 'disgrace' if the state inquiry into the Grace case doesn't look at other children in the same foster home.
The HSE has denied reports that it failed to correspond with Gardaí for three years, following a report into the handling of the 'Grace' case.
The head of HSE disability services said he understands why the public suspects the health authority tried to cover up in the ‘Grace’ scandal, writes Claire O'Sullivan.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan’s handling of the Grace case while he was health minister featured prominently at a meeting of Fine Gael ministers before Cabinet this week, the Irish Examiner newspaper has learned.
Two HSE officials directly involved in the Grace foster abuse scandal were promoted to senior roles to protect vulnerable adults at risk of abuse two years after the damning Conal Devine report was completed.
Update 10.48am: People must be held to account for their actions in relation to the 'Grace case' according to the Disabilities Minister.
The Junior Minister behind a new Commission into an abusive foster home in Waterford thinks Michael Noonan has no case to answer.
Update 4.15pm: The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has apologised to a disabled woman who was left in an abusive foster home for 20 years.
Two HSE reports into allegations of abuse at a foster home in Waterford will be published today.