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Omissions and errors: How Robert Troy's property dealings stoked a major political controversy
Four TDs and senators were given €3,000 in political donations last year
Will we see more political controversies before Sipo gets some teeth?
FF junior minister Robert Troy amends his register of interests after undeclared property sale
Ethics watchdog rules out overhauling guidelines for political parties
Anti-cannabis group met privately with drugs minister to discuss possible RSA-style ad campaign
Five former special advisers apply to reduce one-year 'cooling-off' period for lobbying
Ministers who breach 'cooling-off' period before lobbying could soon be fined €25k
Ethics watchdog rules against Wexford County Council CEO over funding threat to local radio station
SIPO finds against Monaghan councillor who published allegedly 'racist' election leaflet
SIPO considers whether Monaghan councillor's allegedly 'racist' leaflet breaches standards
Former ministers that breach 'cooling off period' rules could face fines under proposed reforms
Highest number of former special advisers apply to reduce one-year 'cooling-off' period for lobbying - Sipo report
Ethics watchdog 'very concerned' at failure of Renua to account for public funding spent in 2019
SIPO 'very concerned' about failure of Aontú and Renua to submit statements of their annual accounts
Fine Gael on top as Sipo reveals political donations list for 2019
Dáil approves appointment of former Senator and ex-NAGP lobbyist Geraldine Feeney to Sipo
Taoiseach defends nomination of former Senator and ex-NAGP lobbyist Geraldine Feeney to Sipo
Nomination of ex-FF Senator and NAGP lobbyist to Sipo labelled 'outrageous' by opposition
Ethics watchdog with teeth: Taoiseach says sanctions and penalties should be part of Sipo review
Tánaiste says Michael D'Arcy should have contacted Sipo prior to taking new job as CEO of funds lobby group
Renua in talks with 'more than one' Independent TD about becoming leader of the party
Councillor Hugh McElvaney breached ethics law during undercover RTÉ investigation, SIPO finds
Fianna Fáil not happy with Varadkar's 'political attack' during State event with Apple's Tim Cook
Minister says 'alternative way' to deal with Dara Murphy complaints will be found as Dáil clerk has 'no jurisdiction'
Standards watchdog Sipo says it can't deal with Dara Murphy complaints as he 'has ceased to be a TD'
Minister Shane Ross asked for "advance all-clear" on expenses paid to him in €37,000 annual allowance
Councillor faces significant legal bill following failed attempt to stop ethics inquiry
Councillor secretly filmed by RTÉ loses court bid to block SIPO inquiry
Political parties received €5.9m in State funding last year
Here's who spent the most in the 2018 presidential campaign
Irexit party accepting donations despite not being registered with Standards in Public Office Commission
Ceann Comhairle likely unable to keep Rolex given to him by UAE official
Sipo finds against two councillors over contraventions of the Ethics in Public Office Act
Consultants at Cork and Galway hospitals failed to provide evidence of tax compliance
New code of conduct for lobbyists comes into effect today
Future Irish elections and referendums will be overseen by a new Electoral Commission
Land zoning: Watchdog makes findings against two Mayo councillors over conduct
SIPO renews call for rethink on political party funding rules
'I want to succeed Michael D, not replace him': Sean Gallagher formally launches presidential campaign