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# anti-corruption

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# anti-corruption
Garda detective arrested on suspicion of passing information to criminal group
A garda spokesperson said that the detective, based in the Dublin area, was arrested earlier this week and questioned.
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# Dublin
Man arrested in probe into alleged bribery of Nigerian public officials by Irish nationals
He is currently detained at a south Dublin garda station.
# Kildare
Anti-corruption gardaí make tenth arrest in investigation of Kildare and Wicklow Education Training Board
Detectives arrested a man in his 30s this morning.
# Allegations
Complaints of alleged Garda drug use made to new Anti-Corruption Unit
Testing of Garda personnel for controlled drug use is set to commence in the coming months.
# anti-corruption
The two 'most transparent' councils in Ireland are in Dublin
Fingal County Council and South Dublin County Council have topped a new index of the country’s 31 local authorities.
# line of duty
'We want to stamp it out': New garda anti-corruption unit will be in place by end of year
The Garda Commissioner said this unit will investigate allegations around drug use and inappropriate behaviour towards vulnerable people.
# slightly overdue
Ireland's corruption laws date back to Victorian times, but are now getting an overhaul
The new laws will provide for unlimited fines, and jail sentences of up to 10 years if found guilty of corruption.
# Under fire
Leicester City's Thai owners to be sued by anti-corruption official
Charnchai Issarasenarak, who leads a junta-appointed anti-graft panel, accuses King Power of under-declaring revenue.
# Sean FitzPatrick
Harris admits government can't express confidence in State's corporate watchdog
Sinn Fein said the government’s handling of white-collar crime was like a Monty Python sketch.
# rté investigates
'It sickened me but I can’t honestly say I am hugely surprised'
The Dáil has been discussing the revelations in last night’s RTÉ Investigates programme.
# golden circles
Could this new plan get rid of corruption in Irish society?
The party is looking to Australia for inspiration.
Blatter tells FIFA advisers to curb criticism
FIFA’s anti-corruption advisers should not target FIFA executive committee says Blatter