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Did he say it or didn't he? The 'kiddie fiddler' comment that just won't go away
One comment in the Tribunal stood out from the rest after another hectic week at Dublin Castle.
Auditor General says Martin Callinan told him of sex assault allegations against McCabe
Seamus McCarthy described it as an attempt to shake his conviction in his report into penalty points.
Leinster House rumours, f*****g headbangers and 'his word against mine': Another explosive day at the Tribunal
Mr Justice Charleton has the unenviable task of finding the answers to the many questions posed at the Tribunal on another explosive day.
Dept of Justice had 'shortcomings' but 'did not deliberately conceal' emails from Disclosures Tribunal
An independent report in how it handled materials given to the Tribunal was published this evening.
'It would be hard to invent a story like that': Maurice McCabe finishes evidence at Tribunal
The Tribunal heard differing accounts of a pivotal September 2016 meeting between McCabe and Superintendent David Taylor today.
'Horrific', 'destroyed me', 'bury him': An emotional Maurice McCabe gives his side of the story
Growing visibly upset at times, McCabe gave his account of the alleged smear campaign against him at the Tribunal yesterday.
Kerry Babies: An unsolved murder 34 years after Ireland put 'womanhood on trial'
As we wait on a significant announcement from gardaí, we look back at the Kerry Babies case which rocked the country to its core – and became, perhaps, a catalyst for change.
Gardaí alleged Maurice McCabe said he would 'bring this job to its knees'
The Tribunal heard from the gardaí’s head of legal affairs today.
'We are going after him': Questions but few answers on explosive day at the Disclosures Tribunal
Emails between the Tánaiste and garda commissioner, and “political dynamite” were some of the highlights yesterday.
Leo Varadkar on political crisis: 'It wasn't some poker game with Micheál Martin'
The Taoiseach was critical of the Department of Justice again in a radio interview this morning.
Bosnian army leader dies after drinking poison at war crimes court
Slobodan Praljak shouted out “Praljak is not a criminal. I reject your verdict”, immediately before bringing a brown bottle to his lips.
Disclosures Tribunal to publish report on Garda Keith Harrison next week
The Tribunal will then resume its examinations of allegations of a smear campaign against Maurice McCabe in January.
Justice for those massacred in a 'safe area': what happened in Srebrenica?
Timeline in pictures and video: on the day Ratko Mladic is imprisoned for life, takes a look back at the events of July 1995 – the UN and Europe’s darkest hour.
'What are they hiding from?': Pressure on government on what it knew about McCabe smear plans
The government has said that it is up to the Disclosures Tribunal to answer this question.
'It wasn't stood over by the witness': Tribunal hears closing arguments in Keith Harrison module
Information about the threats came from two anonymous 999 calls in October 2013.
The State has paid out over €1 billion in Hepatitis C and HIV compensations
A State tribunal last year awarded one victim of contaminated blood products €2.96 million.
Tribunal chairman asks for new statements from four senior gardaí
Peter Charleton said the statements should be handed in by 10am tomorrow.
What Keith Harrison and Marisa Simms told the Tribunal in March and what they said this week
They made initial statements to the Tribunal in March but were not consistent in some of those comments this week.
Tribunal hears details of text messages between Garda Keith Harrison and his partner Marisa Simms
Simms was on the witness stand at the tribunal for the first time today.
Donegal sergeant tells Tribunal that legal letter written about her was 'disturbing'
Sergeant Bridget McGowan was giving evidence concerning Garda Keith Harrison at the Charleton Tribunal today.
'Even the best of Donegal seanachaís would find it difficult to talk for eight hours' - Inspector cross-examined at Tribunal
Marisa Simms had called to Letterkenny Garda station on 6 October 2013.
Tribunal hears details of fight between garda whistleblower and partner that led to 999 call
Marisa Simms said Keith Harrison was “out of control” but later withdrew this statement.
Retired garda says colleague's death in line of duty had 'devastating effect' on officers
Retired Garda Sergeant Daniel Devlin told the Charleton Tribunal “emotionally, everyone was badly affected” after Garda Gary McLoughlin was killed.
Tribunal to hear about anonymous letter sent to HSE about whistleblower Keith Harrison
The module on allegations made by whistleblower Keith Harrison begins today. Here’s what the Tribunal is looking at.
False rape allegation about Maurice McCabe 'remained on file until this year'
The Charleton Tribunal is looking into whether garda whistleblower McCabe was the target of a smear campaign.
Garda denies ignoring McCabe letter in order to 'trigger an earthquake in the HSE'
Superintendent Noel Cunningham gave evidence to the Charleton Tribunal today.
Paul Williams denies he was "puppet for the guards" when meeting woman who made McCabe allegations
The journalist was speaking at the Disclosures Tribunal today.
Ms D, the woman at the centre of the Disclosures Tribunal, will give evidence this week
To protect her identity, the public will not be allowed to attend.
'Incompetence, not something sinister' led to false rape allegation against Garda whistleblower, tribunal told
“I don’t know if it was their intention, I just can’t explain it. Stuff wasn’t put in the file where it should be.”
Garda tells Tribunal there was no 'sense of malice' towards Maurice McCabe at Cavan station
Mr Justice Peter Charleton also ruled today that the evidence of Ms D will not be heard in public, but the press will be allowed to attend.
'Every error that is made is to the detriment of Sgt McCabe. There isn't an error in his favour'
The Disclosures Tribunal has heard that the false Maurice McCabe child sex allegations were ‘absolutely coincidences’.
New junior minister says Nóirín O'Sullivan 'may well have to resign'
He said some of the revelations to come out of An Garda Síochána “are appalling”.
Woman who worked '15-hour days, 7 days a week and wasn't allowed leave house' awarded €67k
Sultana Anwar alleged that she worked for the Nazirs in this manner for over two years.
Liverpool will pay Chelsea around £3m for England U21 striker
19-year-old Dominic Solanke is set to join the Reds on 1 July.
'Tribunals and commissions achieve nothing. They just shield the guilty from prosecution'
In Ireland, any objective observer can see that justice is dead, writes William Campbell.
Inquiry into garda whistleblower scandal to begin this morning
Opening statements are expected this morning.
26 Justice Department employees suspended from duty with full pay
Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett, who received the information, contrasted this with the fact the Garda Commissioner is still in her role.
The Charleton Tribunal has an official (different) name, and its opening statement is due next Monday
We are far more likely to refer to it as the Charleton Tribunal to be honest.
Charleton Tribunal will examine allegations of 'inappropriate contacts' between gardaí and Tusla
Keith Harrison, as well as David Taylor and Maurice McCabe, is mentioned explicitly in the just-published terms of reference.