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# Governance

This year
Council and Fáilte Ireland 'strongly disagreed' with month-long St Patrick's Day Festival plan
Two reports on the festival have been released in redacted form.
Inland Fisheries Ireland to come before Public Accounts Committee over 'issues of concern'
The vice-chair of the PAC said there are “more than a dozen issues of concern” in the state agency’s annual report.
Last year
A pivotal moment: The internet is in a state of uncertainty right now - what happens next?
Things are changing, and fast. Are Ireland and the EU ready? The Good Information Project is looking into this new digital age.
All time
Government 'hasn't ruled out' CPO of National Maternity Hospital site
The Tánaiste said it is not clear whether the owners of the land are willing to discuss the sale.
Government explain reappointment of Kieran Mulvey as Sport Ireland Chair
Mr. Mulvey is not in breach of Sport Ireland’s two-term board limit, having previously served as Chair of the Irish Sports Council.
Who sits on the National Public Health Emergency Team and what do they do?
NPHET was established in January to lead Ireland’s response to Covid-19.
Expert appointed to assess governance and safeguarding at Scouting Ireland
The review is expected to be completed in April this year.
Qualities of those making the changes are key, not the noise of critics and opportunists sitting back
John O’Sullivan takes a look at the criticisms directed at the FAI and Cork City, who have both been in the firing line of late.
Ross asks FAI president to withdraw nomination for re-election, stating it is in the 'best interest of football'
In a strongly-worded letter to FAI president Donal Conway, the minister says the upcoming election falls short of the transparency.
Quinn: 'If governance proposals aren't followed I'd be afraid of where Irish football goes next'
The former Ireland international went on to say that constructive talks had been held between his consortium and League of Ireland clubs.
FAI 'welcome visit' from Fifa delegation to Dublin having met with Uefa president Ceferin
An FAI delegation met with the Uefa president on Tuesday and will welcome Fifa to Dublin next week.
'Their visit is welcome': Uefa delegation meet FAI to discuss governance
FAI interim CEO Rea Walshe and Sport Ireland CEO John Treacy have welcomed the visit.
FAI and Sport Ireland invite football community to 'submit ideas on the future of the game'
It has been a difficult few months for the embattled organisation.
'Grave concerns' as president and council of national GP group resign
There had been “serious issues of internal governance” at the National Association of General Practitioners, a statement said.
'I acted in good faith for the benefit of the FAI' - Delaney further addresses loan issue
The FAI have also commissioned a review of their governance.
'The boxers have done nothing wrong' - Amy Broadhurst unsure whether we'll see boxing at Tokyo 2020
The Dundalk boxer was speaking to Game On about the future of amateur boxing.
Sport Ireland 'deeply concerned' as boxing plans for 2020 Olympics put on hold
John Treacy said the current situation ‘creates great uncertainty for the outstanding athletes within Ireland’s boxing high performance programme’.
IOC freeze preparations for boxing at next Olympics amid governing body mess
The Olympic organisers say they will ‘make all efforts’ to have boxing at Tokyo 2020, despite serious concerns about the AIBA.
2019 RWC qualifying appeals fail, World Rugby vows to take tighter control
The governing body promises to undertake a full review and possibly build a database to help avoid a repeat of the debacle which leaves Russia in Ireland’s Rugby World Cup pool.
Charities Regulator to animal charity - 'sort out your books or else'
Last night’s Claire Byrne Live investigation alleged charity Animal Heaven Animal Rescue had deficiencies in its bookkeeping, fundraising and financial transparency.
Just 69 of Ireland's 8,000 voluntary organisations have cleared governance standards
The voluntary Governance Code has seen just over 320 organisations sign up.
IRB chairman says the Rugby Champions Cup is "not necesarily" credible
Bernard Lapasset said the proposed new European club tournament is by no means definite.
Classic Sepp: Blatter backtracks on racism punishments
The FIFA president had called for guilt clubs to be relegated, now he’s not so sure.
Ireland's prosperity is on the rise - report
The 2012 Legatum Prosperity Index monitors global prosperity, based on both material wealth and personal well-being.
HSE’s Magee: Cutting back in spending will probably mean bed closures
The departing chief executive says he’d also be happy to stay around if the government wasn’t pursuing radical reforms.