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# Garda Ombudsman

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Fitzgerald has confidence in GSOC, says Cooke report is 'food for thought' for Shatter's critics
Cooke report into 'bugging' of GSOC headquarters to be published tonight
Shell to Sea calls for whistleblowers to 'expose malpractice and corruption' at gas project
GSOC and the Guerin Report: where the Ombudsman is mentioned
Column: Pride, arrogance and the impotence of political leadership in GardaGate
Aaron McKenna
GardaGate: Here’s everything we learned today, what it means and the questions that remain
GSOC: Report about gardaí illegally recording calls not sent to Shatter - but did go to Commissioner
6 reasons why Martin Callinan resigned as Garda Commissioner
There's a new garda confidential recipient... but not for long
Column: The #GSOC debacle is a war of spin
Paul Allen
GSOC staff member quits - but it's 'nothing to do with the recent controversy'
Government using 'spin and obfuscation' to delay whistleblower apology - Martin
Adams contacted by man claiming to be convicted drug dealer Kieran Boylan
Surveillance company says Paul Williams report on GSOC was "wholly inaccurate"
Column: There's no credible alternative to an independent inquiry into GSOC allegations
Mark Kelly
'Am I satisfied that no organ of the State put GSOC under surveillance? Yes I am'
Here’s What Happened Today: Wednesday
Oireachtas committee has “grave concerns” about issues raised by GSOC
GSOC prepares to face panel, as commissioner says breach can't be ruled out
Garda Ombudsman in 'state of heightened awareness' over Boylan inquiry
GSOC chairman’s position is ‘not in question’, and he won’t be retiring
Government accused of 'frenzy' against GSOC over alleged bugging
“I don’t know what ‘anomalies’ are” — Howlin on GSOC findings
Here’s What Happened Today: Monday
GSOC confirms ‘electronic anomalies’ found, and regrets not disclosing it
Taoiseach: Details of bugging controversy should be made available for ‘public analysis’
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Shatter urged to comment on report of bugging at Garda Ombudsman office
‘The work of the PAC is not finished’: Whistleblower to give evidence behind closed doors
Government tells PAC to cooperate with Garda Ombudsman investigation
PAC may hold rare vote as government TDs say penalty points inquiry should be stopped
Column: Shatter's focus is on whistleblowers themselves, rather than their allegations
Mick Wallace
Shatter slams ‘disturbing’ PAC comments, asks Ombudsman to probe penalty points issue
Over €16 million spent on policing protests against Corrib gas pipeline
Ombudsman investigates death of young man in Dungarvan Garda station
USI withdraws condemnation of 2010 student protesters
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Gardaí gave 'misleading' information to Ombudsman on student protest
'Second investigation into penalty points controversy needed' - road safety chief