This month
February 2024
High Court quashes SIPO decision to refuse The Ditch access to Leo Varadkar’s donation statement
Last year
SIPO continues investigation into former minister Robert Troy's declaration errors
Sinn Féin received €80,000 in disclosed donations last year, while Fianna Fáil gained €2,500
Ethics responsibility restored to Paschal Donohoe after Sipo closes donation complaint
Damien English 'disappointed and embarrassed' about planning controversy that led to resignation
Sipo decides against investigating former minister Damien English over planning application
Sipo clears Paschal Donohoe of complaint over undisclosed donations from businessman
The Ditch calls Sipo complaint example of 'illiberal attacks' by the Tánaiste and Fianna Fáil
Paul Murphy makes complaint to Sipo over Niall Collins land sale controversy
Mary Lou McDonald admits there was 'sloppiness' and 'inaccuracies' in party's financial returns
Govt chief whip seeks Dáil time for McDonald and Doherty to answer questions about SF's financing
Irish government needs to tighten up employment of special advisors, European body says
Paul Murphy takes Sipo to High Court over decision not to investigate Varadkar over contract leak
Larry Donnelly: How will Irish politicians cope with an increasingly angry electorate?
Explained: What you need to know about failed election declarations from Paschal Donohoe and SF
Ó Broin insists his party doesn't 'owe Donohoe apology' in wake of SF expenses revelations
Sinn Féin to amend 2016 election spending returns after 'oversight' on declaring outstanding bill
Businessman Michael Stone confirms he assisted Paschal Donohoe during 2020 election campaign
Tánaiste says that Paschal Donohoe should not resign over election donations controversy
Heather Humphreys accuses Sinn Féin of setting up 'kangaroo court' against Paschal Donohoe
Explainer: Why is Paschal Donohoe still in hot water over political donation declarations?
Tánaiste questioned over Donohoe controversy: 'I’m going to wait to see what Paschal has to say'
Paschal Donohoe apologises for 'clear mistake' but opposition parties query figures
Sinn Féin failed to declare cost of opinion poll for 2020 election to Sipo until last year
'He's fully corrected the record': Coveney defends Donohoe over undeclared donation
Businessman who paid for Paschal Donohoe postering work is Land Development Agency board member
Long overdue ethics laws to keep politicians in check can't be delayed, say opposition
Explainer: Why is Paschal Donohoe in hot water over his expense declarations?
Poll: Should Sipo receive additional powers to deal with politicians who break rules?
Donohoe apologises for failing to declare election donation in 2016 following Sipo complaint
Donohoe to review his records from 2016 election after complaint to SIPO
Property questions take out another minister but this resignation is different to the Troy saga
Fine Gael TD Damien English resigned his position as Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment today.
The Meath West TD resigned solely due to a 2008 planning application in which he failed to declare he owned a house.
Public scrutiny of politicians’ ownership of housing has ramped up in recent months following the controversy surrounding TD Robert Troy and his properties.
All time
'That's where it stands': Taoiseach says Sipo has made final decision not to investigate Varadkar
Leo Varadkar says Sipo has decided not to investigate him over GP contract leak
Sinn Féin receive highest amount in disclosed political donations last year
Thirteen political parties in breach of legal requirements to submit accounts
SIPO refuses to name ex-government officials who asked to waive 'cooling off' period for lobbying
13 former special advisers have asked for the exemption in two years.
Lobbying regulator SIPO has refused a Freedom of Information request to reveal identities of those who applied, Stephen McDermott writes.
A fortnight of apologies and clarifications that led to Robert Troy's resignation
Political parties and independents received €13.4 million in State funding last year
Omissions and errors: How Robert Troy's property dealings stoked a major political controversy