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August 2023
Investigations unit in Dept of Agriculture 'decimated' by 'interference', whistleblowers claim
One ex-inspector alleged several investigations were “shelved” following his transfer from the division.
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Two senior members opt not to attend AGSI conference after allegation made against garda
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors is due to begin its three-day annual conference in Cavan today.
'If that was a dress I'd rip it off': €600 for bus driver dismissed after complaint about children's escort
The issue arose after the driver complained about the behaviour of the school caretaker during his bus run.
Prison service investigating two staff allegations about management practices
Another case under consideration from 2016 involves allegations of penalisation.
Man who had sex with his manager loses claim over his contract not being renewed
After the intimate encounter, the man claimed to be ‘wracked with guilt’ as he had a girlfriend at the time.
ODCE seeks inspectors to probe claims at Independent News & Media
The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is to apply to the High Court next month.
Justice Minister is 'extremely concerned' at reports that homicides weren't properly investigated
The gardaí said that they have evidence to back up their claims.
Minister took 6 months to respond to allegations that gardaí entrapped people through informants
Sinn Fein TD made a series of allegations of wrongdoing by gardaí in a protected disclosure to Frances Fitzgerald.
Two men suing State over Air Corps chemical exposure say they have developed cancer
The men are two of six alleging that exposure to chemicals has made them seriously ill.
Department destroyed report on National Museum management, Dáil hears
Minister Heather Humphreys said that to her knowledge her Department had not received any allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviour on the National Museum.
Sinn Féin TD makes protected disclosure over alleged garda malpractice
Martin Kenny has previously made statements around alleged malpractice in his constituency.
Tánaiste reviewing reports about whistleblower "character assassination attack" by senior gardaí
It had been eported today that a statement was made under the Protected Disclosures Act 2014.
The Garda Commissioner, the transcripts, the tape and the unanswered questions
Garda Nóirín O’Sullivan and Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald had a difficult night.
'Alarm bells are ringing' over a Central Bank whistleblower's allegations
Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald raised a whistleblower’s claims at the Public Accounts Committee today.