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Met Éireann objected to Dave over Diarmuid as part of storm names poll
Survivors consider legal action to get health records amid 'bizarre' row with department
'A crisis in FOI': How Zapponegate highlighted crucial flaws in Ireland's transparency legislation
Zapponegate: Ex-Minister texted Coveney to say thanks for 'incredible opportunity' in March
Dog fouling drops over 50% in Galway after spray paint trial
Department 'in breach of EU law' unless it gives health records to Mother and Baby Home survivors
'The sooner it's boarded up the better': Official wanted door to be blocked to stop homeless person 'moving in'
Freedom of Information Act to be reviewed by government
'I was appalled': Tánaiste asked social media firms to combat 'illegal' gatherings after Grafton St protest
Face masks, hand sanitiser and issues with social distancing dominate 2020 public transport complaints
'Imagine someone clicked their fingers and you had no family or history, that's the reality for thousands of us'
USB key sent by Gsoc to garda internal affairs 'went missing after being sent in the post'
Rolex watch stored in safe at Department of Taoiseach despite requests to sell it for charity
HSE boss told NPHET member he was at 'wits end' over post-Christmas Covid computer glitch
'I put an 11-week-old fetus into a little coffin': Student nurses to the Taoiseach in their own words
'I had to tell them their baby was dead': Student nurses to Stephen Donnelly in their own words
Nursing home complaints during Covid: Concerns over isolation and lack of social distancing
The power of information with a slice of horticulture: Latest news from Noteworthy
Open Access: A citizen’s guide to uncovering housing and local information
Open Access: A citizen’s guide to getting the most from Freedom of Information requests
Open Access: A citizen’s guide to discovering who holds your info - and what's in there
Open Access: A citizen’s guide to getting environmental info from public authorities
More than 500,000 people had points on their licences this year - here's a county-by-county breakdown
TDs and Senators rack up over €2,000 in arrears at Dáil bar and restaurant
RTÉ says it's striving to improve Player amid complaints about 'frustrating' and 'ridiculous' service
'Ridiculous' forecasting and 'offensive' lack of Northern Irish coverage: The complaints sent to Met Éireann in 2020
Precarity in academic employment under the spotlight: Latest news from Noteworthy
Government inaction on genomics and forestry on precious peat: Latest news from Noteworthy
'Ciara caused a lot of hassle': Irish pronunciation leaves Dutch tongue-tied in naming of 2020-21 storms
Transport Department accused DCC of making 'allegations against State bodies' over traffic 'Wish List'
Voices of sexual crime survivors and far-right investigation: Latest news from Noteworthy
'A ruling of significant importance': Supreme Court orders re-opening of landmark FOI appeals
Government urged to drop novels with 'racial slurs' from Junior Cert syllabus in response to Black Lives Matter protests
Harassment and infestations among top complaints about homeless accommodation
Solving solar and caring for carers: What's new for our investigative platform?
Over 500 incidents of assault or anti-social behaviour logged by Irish Rail this year
'I urge you to use common sense': Praise and criticism in public's emails to Leo during start of lockdown
Tusla suffers 23 'high risk' data breaches - including stolen files and loss of devices - since last year
Caring about childcare, parent rights and carers: Latest news from Noteworthy
22 gardaí were convicted of a crime in past three years