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Last year
Omissions and errors: How Robert Troy's property dealings stoked a major political controversy
Opposition TDs have been calling for the resignation of the Fianna Fáil junior minister.
All time
'It felt safe': Why do people turn to social media to share their experiences of sexual assault?
Post-MeToo, more people are disclosing their sexual violence experiences online – but what issues might this bring up for them and society at large?
Saracens 'keen' to see disciplinary report on their cap breach published
However, they have opted to ‘draw a line’ under the issue by declining a full investigative audit.
Flanagan says law to allow gardaí disclose a partner's abusive history 'not considered necessary'
Under UK law, a member of the public can ask police to tell them if their partner may pose a risk to them.
Game developer gets in trouble for paying PewDiePie and others for positive reviews
The sponsored videos generated over 5.5 million views on YouTube, but did little to tell viewers they were paid for.
Cork woman who lost family after crash with suicidal driver says she'll never return to crash scene
Elber Twomey’s son Oisín and her unborn daughter, Elber Marie, died after the crash while her husband Con died 10 months later.
Karen Buckley's killer could face retrial on rape charge
A new documentary tells the story behind the case of the Cork woman who was murdered in April.
Are you concerned landlord TDs could negatively affect rising rents?
The register of Members’ Interests for 2014 has revealed that some TDs are landlords.
Calls for pre-trial hearings on disclosure of sensitive material in sex offence cases
The Law Reform Commission says difficulties have emerged in specific cases.
Tipperary teenager belts out spine-chilling cover of Disclosure's Latch
Step off, Sam Smith.
Less than half of political parties accounting units have made their donation returns
The Commission plans to name and shame the political party accounting units that fail to submit their return on time.
Majority of CEOs think State-funded bodies aren't monitored enough
Two-thirds of those surveyed believe that organisations in receipt of State funding are not adequately monitored or held to account.
How a French cabinet minister owes €157 property tax in Ireland
Hélène Conway-Mouret lived in Ireland for 30 years and owns a property in north Dublin. She is among 37 ministers who made disclosures of personal wealth today.
NAMA to investigate ex-employee over transaction
The investigation centres on the purchase of a property from its own portfolio.
New law on disclosing child abuse may not apply to priests
An Oireachtas briefing paper outlines that Alan Shatter’s proposed legislation does not tackle ‘sacerdotal privilege’.