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# Tribunal

Last month
November 2023
Women of Honour group hold 'frank' meeting with Tánaiste over inquiry terms
The group is calling for the terms of reference of the planned tribunal of inquiry into the Defence Forces to be expanded.
Ministers, civil service conduct will be investigated in judge led tribunal into military abuse
In documents seen by The Journal the draft terms of the judge led investigation lays out five measures to be addressed.
This year
Government announces tribunal of inquiry into how Defence abuse allegations were handled
The Tribunal and oversight body announcement are key recommendations in the Independent Review Group report examining alleged abuse in the Irish military.
Women of Honour say talks on Defence Forces inquiry terms of reference continuing
Tánaiste Micheál Martin is due to outline his recommendations on the form of the inquiry to Cabinet next week.
'Too much secrecy': Women of Honour tell Taoiseach that a full Tribunal is needed
The group warned that issues within the Defence Forces are much broader than allegations of sex assault and that the tribunal should look further.
Man who shared video mocking Michaela McAreavey murder 'not aware' of chants, tribunal told
Lorry driver Andrew McDade claims he was unfairly dismissed from his job.
Last year
Number of claims lodged with CervicalCheck Tribunal increases to 19
There have been 9 additional claims to the Tribunal over a two-week period – this compares with over 336 legal claims.
All time
Prosecution concludes British cycling doctor complicit in doping
Almost two years after it started, the fitness-to-practice hearing has finally reached the summing up stage.
'The Kerry Babies Tribunal laid bare the virulent misogyny at the heart of a patriarchal Irish State'
Dr Mary McAuliffe reflects on the Kerry Babies Tribunal following the State’s apology to Joanne Hayes and her family – 36 years later.
'The Kerry Babies case was a clash of traditional and new modern Ireland'
We relook at the Kerry Babies case, in the wake of yesterday’s news that Joanne Hayes is seeking the High Court to declare that all findings of wrongdoing made against her by a Tribunal were incorrect.
Joanne Hayes and family ask court to declare Kerry Babies Tribunal findings were unfounded and incorrect
The matter will return before the court next week.
'Like a slap in the face': Vicky Phelan says women's concerns over CervicalCheck Tribunal have been ignored
Phelan said when it emerged the Tribunal would be set up within the next seven days, “it felt like a slap in the face”.
Tribunal finds Hezbollah member guilty of ex-prime minister's murder in 2005
One of four men were found guilty today.
Verdict due over assassination of former Lebanese prime minister amid fears of more violence
The tribunal’s long-awaited decision comes two weeks after a cataclysmic blast at Beirut port.
CervicalCheck tribunal to begin 'without delay', says minister
The tribunal was delayed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Statute of limitation fears for women affected by CervicalCheck controversy as coronavirus delays tribunal
The Department of Health said it is “examining various options” to ensure nobody is disadvantaged.
Disclosures tribunal: 'Appalling' idea to hold investigating interviews in station both whistleblower and accused garda worked
The Disclosures Tribunal is in its fifth week of hearing evidence into the treatment of garda Nicholas Keogh.
'It's the worst scandal that remains unresolved': Stardust episode five out now
The fifth episode of Stardust looks at the Tribunal of Inquiry that followed the fire and how families organised their initial fight for justice.
Garda tells Tribunal he was denied commendations because he became whistleblower
Garda Nicholas Keogh was cross examined by counsel for An Garda Síochána at Dublin Castle today.
Garda at centre of investigation had phone wiped, Disclosures Tribunal hears
The tribunal is hearing from Garda Nicholas Keogh.
Disclosures Tribunals hears Garda was allegedly being pushed out of force by management
Garda Nick Kehoe claims he was harassed and bullied by management after he made a protected disclosure about colleagues.
'Dogs on the street' knew about alleged Garda collusion with drug dealers, whistleblower tells tribunal
Garda Nick Kehoe claims he was harassed and bullied by management after he made a protected disclosure about colleagues.
Garda Keith Harrison battles to quash findings from Disclosures Tribunal
Garda Harrison seeks an order from the High Court quashing findings made in the Tribunal’s second interim report.
Is the Charleton tribunal and Maurice McCabe raised on the doorsteps with Fitzgerald? 'Not particularly'
Minister Regina Doherty says she doesn’t believe the electorate will punish Fine Gael over the housing crisis.
'This work is entirely separate': Tribunal to hear cases of other garda whistleblowers from June
Mr Justice Sean Ryan has taken the reins from previous Tribunal chairman Mr Justice Peter Charleton.
French Rugby Federation ordered to pay sacked coach Noves €1 million
An industrial tribunal ordered the FFR to compensate the 65-year-old after damaging his reputation.
Leo Varadkar says his 2018 low point was the government's handling of the CervicalCheck scandal
Varadkar said he regrets he was so misinformed and the government didn’t make ‘better decisions’.
Solicitor tells High Court she was discriminated against because she is 'a woman and a black African'
The solicitor was asked about her qualifications and training while representing a patient at a Mental Health tribunal.
Judge recommends establishment of tribunal to deal with CervicalCheck claims
In his report, Justice Meenan recognises the “courage and fortitude” of the woman affected and their families.
Disclosures Tribunal finds Martin Callinan and former press officer ran 'campaign' against Maurice McCabe
The latest report of the Disclosures Tribunal has been published.
Disclosures Tribunal accepts no one in Garda HQ influenced Paul Reynolds' broadcasts
Justice Peter Charleton said RTÉ journalist Paul Reynolds “gave honest evidence” to the Disclosures Tribunal.
Evidence of four witnesses should be disregarded, Disclosures Tribunal told
The comment was made by a barrister for An Garda Síochána.
Garda whistleblower alleges litany of abuses by senior gardaí as 'culture of fear' cripples station
She remains on stress leave over two-and-a-half years after making the disclosure.
Clare Daly tells Tribunal she was aware of 'whispering allegations' about Maurice McCabe
Wallace said that he first met with McCabe around 2012, and had ongoing contacts since then.
Journalist on Miss D interview: 'It wouldn't have been material that would be published in the Sunday Times'
John Mooney told the tribunal at Dublin Castle that he was never briefed negatively about Sergeant Maurice McCabe.
Philip Boucher-Hayes says that Callinan told him McCabe had done 'horrific things... the worst kind'
The RTÉ journalist made strong allegations against the former garda commissioner at the Disclosures Tribunal today.
Former Sunday Independent editor: "He came back to the office and said: 'He's a paedophile'"
Former Sunday Independent editor Anne Harris gave explosive testimony at the Disclosures Tribunal today.
'He was driven by revenge': Alleged narrative senior gardaí accused of using against Maurice McCabe
Superintendent David Taylor was giving evidence for the first time at Dublin Castle today.
Former garda press office boss 'got a buzz' from doing job, colleague tells Tribunal
Sergeant Damien Hogan, meanwhile, said his suspicions were raised when newspaper articles closely matched private incident reports.
David Taylor had over 11,000 contacts with journalists in just four months after leaving garda press office job
Just under one-quarter of the contacts were with Eavan Murray, a crime correspondent with the Irish Sun newspaper.