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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Kevin Cardiff

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The Daily Fix: Wednesday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed.
Cardiff could go back to old job - but has one day to apply
The post of Secretary-General at the Department of Finance requires “effective management” and “excellent co-ordination” with key agencies such as… the NTMA.
Kevin Cardiff misses EU job by one vote
Ireland’s nominee for the European Court of Auditors, Kevin Cardiff, was given a tough time at the Committee on Budgetary Control today.
Kevin Cardiff to be grilled by MEPs over European job
The Department of Finance head has been nominated to the EU Court of Auditors amid controversy over a €3.6billion error in the State accounts.
Childers bemoans Gilmore’s handling of Labour bullying claims
MEP Nessa Childers says she is disappointed that Eamon Gilmore did not personally get in touch over claims she was bullied.
Government won't intervene over Kevin Cardiff appointment to top EU job
Cardiff, who was the Department of Finance chief at the time of the €3.6 billion accounting error, is in line for a salary of over €180,000
Poll: Do you think the €3.6bn accounting mistake is a big deal?
The fallout of the accounting blunder revealed by TV3 last week rumbles on for the head of the Department of Finance. Do you think we need to get over it – or should heads roll?
EU official hits out at Kevin Cardiff over €3.6bn accounting blunder
MEP Marta Andreasen has said the outgoing Finance head is not suitable for a position on the European Court of Auditors.
US embassy thought Ireland was losing grip on banks - WikiLeaks
The latest cables: Ireland was “being a bit optimistic” on its thoughts about how it would rein in the banking sector.