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# Investigation

Last year
2023
EFL charges Birmingham over alleged breaches of league regulations
Murder investigation underway into shooting of Irish bishop in Los Angeles
Social media has 'distracted significantly' in Nicola Bulley investigation, say police
Elon Musk’s brain implant company investigated over ‘unsafe’ shipping methods
Two men in their 20s killed after car collides with articulated truck in Co Mayo
Boy, 16, charged with murder over fatal stabbing of teenage girl in UK
BBC chairman set to be grilled by UK MPs amid questions over Boris Johnson loan
Gardaí appeal for information on fatal assault of man in Finglas yesterday
Body found in Mallow may have been inside boarded-up house for 'some time'
Fifa chief Infantino quizzed by Swiss prosecutors
FA to investigate suspicious betting patterns in Arsenal’s win at Oxford
FA launches investigation after alleged homophobic chanting at Old Trafford
Report says Gio Reyna's parents sparked US Soccer investigation into coach Gregg Berhalter
Strength of gay community response to monkeypox was ‘key’ in controlling outbreak
Public health reform taking off - but success depends on State tackling inequality
Government commitment to reduce hospital parking charges ‘not prioritised’
Despite repeated promises, little progress has been made to prevent the cost of hospital parking falling on the most vulnerable.
A HSE implementation plan to reduce parking charges was written in 2019 but 'has been superseded by the passage of time'
It would cost at least €4.75 million to cap daily charges at €10
Advocate: 'It would be an easy win for the government'
Unpublished pensions report shows roll back on Climate Action Plan measure
Noteworthy reveals contents of unpublished government report on a proposal for tighter scrutiny on pension fund investment in fossil fuels
Before a working group had met to examine this proposed measure, it was deemed 'not prudent'
Several matters recommended by the report have not come to fruition but the measure is marked as complete
All time
Man (40s) dies after being found unconscious in Cork
Indian police say Russian who died after allegedly criticising Ukraine war 'likely fell to his death'
Soft plastic is being collected but almost all burned in Irish kilns or recycled abroad
Investigation continues into death of man in Co Louth in 'unexplained circumstances'
Police probe coin attack on 15-year-old girl at Man City-Liverpool tie
Three people hospitalised following serious Limerick car crash
Two soldiers who received minor injuries in Lebanon convoy attack discharged from hospital
What is known so far about the death of Irish peacekeeper Seán Rooney in Lebanon
Gardaí arrest sixth person over Cherry Orchard ramming incident
Trump Organisation convicted in executive tax dodge scheme
Gardaí launch investigation after body of man found in house in Cork
'We had to eat leftover meat and fish': Modern slavery in the Irish fishing industry
Inspection reports reveal potential trafficking and deficiencies relating to hours of work and rest
Researcher: "The problems in Ireland can be traced to very specific policies and laws here"
Irish justice system 'failing' migrant fishing workers who report exploitation
US report states Ireland has systemic deficiencies in victim identification, referral and assistance
Alleged trafficking victim: "It hurt. I felt the punch land. I told him if he did that again I’d report him."
PSNI investigating claim Arm na Poblachta responsible for Derry security alert
Woman arrested in investigation into discovery of man's body eight months ago released
Consumer protection watchdog finds no evidence of fuel price gouging earlier this year
Garda suspended after unmarked official car involved in single-vehicle collision
Man (30s) arrested after woman found dead in Meath apartment
Four new complaints made to Gardaí over alleged Spiritans abuse this week
Vatican to launch preliminary abuse investigation into French cardinal
Revolving Door: Revealing the relationship between government officials and lobbyists
Extent of lobbying by former senior public officials in Ireland revealed for the first time
At least 86 individuals who held senior positions in government have lobbied at least once since 2015
Expert: "The current one year cooling-off period is, in our view, inadequate"
Investigation launched after Dublin Bus filmed driving down footpath to avoid traffic
Former Government officials' details missing from hundreds of lobbying returns