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2023
‘Real arms race’ between cyber attackers and defending Irish health system, Committee hears
Public Accounts Committee to probe whether Government hid information about nursing home charges
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Dáil public spending watchdog seeks answers from RTÉ over Toy Show: The Musical budget
Irish greyhound racing industry is closer to a breeding industry, PAC hears
Public Accounts Committee to examine financial statements of An Bord Pleanála
Nearly fivefold increase in the number of complaints to the Passport Office this year
'Outrageous': Over 75s face average wait of 20 hours in some Emergency Departments
Public Accounts Committee will not consider leaked details of Department of Health meeting
Public Accounts Committee 'not satisfied' with reliance on hotels for direct provision
Public Accounts Committee to discuss Katherine Zappone’s appointment as UN envoy
Contractor at National Children’s Hospital submits 906 claims worth €446 million
Contractor BAM takes High Court action against National Children's Hospital board
PAC calls for review of temporary school accommodation after €56 million spend in two years
Children's hospital contractor seeking extra claims totalling more than €300 million
Sinn Féin TD says Brian Stanley guilty of 'colossal errors of judgment'
NAMA miscalculation caused €10 million loss to taxpayers
Brian Stanley apologises for IRA tweets: We need to talk about the past in a way that doesn't deepen division
Student grants: Barring orders will no longer be accepted as proof that parents are separated
'A mess from start to finish': PAC says someone must be held responsible for Oireachtas printer controversy
Oireachtas printer: Requirements 'neither understood nor examined' at critical stages, report finds
Some contractor claims for new children's hospital not under board's control, committee to hear
Old Oireachtas printers not eco-friendly, case for new controversial printer argued
This is the model of printing press that's causing all the hassle for the Oireachtas
'Gross mismanagement': NTA paying agency workers twice what it pays its own permanent staff
Irish Wheelchair Association to redeploy workers at closed disability resort 'where possible'
Department boss says he's 'satisfied' the Public Services Card rollout is value for money
PAC 'concerned' that OPW building maintenance spending jumped from expected €9m to €39.4m
Top civil servant not attending committee is 'an affront to democracy'
16-year-old tells minister Fine Gael is 'passing the buck' when it comes to climate action
Ireland is 'buying' its way out of meeting its emission targets by spending €86.8m worth of carbon credits
Ceann Comhairle apologises to Angela Kerins over PAC treatment
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says that Angela Kerins was 'badly treated' by the PAC
HSE 'made eejits of' Government by appointing PwC to review National Children's Hospital costs
Commissioner says €22m for 'parading time' is drain on garda overtime budget
7 more public libraries set to open seven days a week between 8am and 10pm
Over €100k paid out in compensation to two families of prisoners who died from self-inflicted injuries
Sec Gen accused of calling committee 'a mob', Robert Watt says he didn't recall and did not mean to offend
'Cute as foxes': TD asks why the housing department is retweeting tweets with the Fine Gael logo
'Chilling effect': What could the Kerins case change about Dáil committees?
Secretary General Robert Watt accused of 'playing games' with Oireachtas committees