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# Tribunal

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Government 'nervous' about extending Tribunal to other whistleblowers
Garda whistleblower Keith Harrison demanded his case be included in the Tribunal.
5 serious questions for the government that Dáil 'clarifications' did not clarify
Enda Kenny, Frances Fitzgerald and Katherine Zappone said they were going to clear up any remaining confusion last night. Here’s how that went.
Explainer: What exactly is a Tribunal of Inquiry?
And how does it differ from a Commission of Investigation?
There will be a Tribunal into alleged smear campaign against Maurice McCabe
Enda Kenny will likely announce a tribunal this afternoon.
Assad says defending Syria is more important than UN action against him
The Syrian president also accused the UN of being biased because of American, French and British influence.
Solicitor guilty of misconduct for threatening to destroy clients' files
The files related to a Louth couple’s High Court action over the 1999 death of their 16-year-old son.
Man sacked after giving away a box of Pringles loses unfair dismissal case
Hakan Oney was sacked for not following cash handling policy.
Man sacked before joining the army awarded €1,500
The man’s employer said he was dismissed as his contract had come to an end.
Polish man sacked by Tesco after making more than 25 complaints awarded €11,000
Krzysztof Florek worked for the company for five years before being dismissed in 2013.
Barber awarded €6,500 after being inappropriately touched by her boss
The man said the touching was natural.
Man loses case against TGI Friday's after being asked to wear a woman's t-shirt
The Equality Tribunal found the man hadn’t established a case.
Property consultant sacked after working outside of hours awarded €3,600
This came after the employee was suspected of taking company information to start his own business.
Woman sacked for taking her taxi fare from till awarded almost €7,000
She was travelling to her home after finishing work at 6am.
Gemma O'Doherty settles unfair dismissal case against Independent Newspapers
“I now just want to get on with my career,” the former Irish Independent journalist said today.
Hotdog and wine gums dispute gets fired Cineworld worker €20,000
The former cinema worker purchased a regular hotdog, when he had, in fact, received a large hotdog.
Worker awarded €80k for being told her job no longer existed after maternity leave
The Equality Tribunal said Lisa Mullen was subjected to a “range of unlawful treatment and comments” by her employer.
Smithwick Tribunal: Here's what happened on the day of the RUC murders
Harry Breen and Bob Buchanan were ambushed and killed on an Armagh road in March 1989 – and gardaí in Dundalk are believed to have given information about their movements to the IRA.
Lowry: I'll fight Moriarty costs ruling all the way to European Courts
The former communications minister has been ordered to pay two thirds of his Tribunal costs.
"He was a man with the biggest ego" - choice quotes from the final Mahon chapter
“He was a sort of slippery type of person and you would want to be very cautious in your dealings with him”.
Mahon: Frank Dunlop bribed councillors for rezoning of M50 lands
The Tribunal has found that Frank Dunlop made the corrupt payments to the councillors on behalf of businessman Jim Kennedy.
Mahon Tribunal timeline: From whistleblower to digouts
Here’s everything you need to know to get to grips with the planning and permission tribunal of inquiry, which published its final chapter this morning.
Irish Famine 'Tribunal' to probe if it was crime against humanity
New York and Dublin law faculties to test the case, under current international law, against the-then British government for the tragedy in which one million Irish people died.
Taoiseach 'has no intention' of re-opening Moriarty Tribunal
Enda Kenny was asked by Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin about reopening the Tribunal following an article about Michael Lowry published at the weekend.
Former IRA members will not give evidence to Smithwick Tribunal
The Smithwick Tribunal says three members of the Provisional IRA have ruled out giving oral evidence.
Case closed: Mario Balotelli accepts City fine
The Premier League champions say the striker has accepted the fine ‘as a sign of respect for Roberto Mancini, the supporters and the club’.
Balotelli to take fine case to league tribunal
Mad Mario has been fined two weeks’ wages — or approximately £350,000 — according to reports in England this morning.
Poll: Should there be a Tribunal into clerical sexual abuse?
Various commissions have only investigated abuse claims on a diocese-by-diocese basis. Should there be a national overall inquiry?
Retired Irish officer prepares to give evidence at Mladic trial
Col Colm Doyle says Irish officers are in a ‘unique position’ for peacekeeping duties, given Ireland’s neutrality.
Ratko Mladic trial suspended by court - again
The trial had originally been suspended on 17 May and was due to resume next week.
More calls for release of Australian lawyer and other ICC staff in Libya
A UN war crimes court has expressed its serious concern over the ongoing detention of four staff members.
Barrister whose ad led to Mahon Tribunal nominated to the High Court
Colm MacEochaidh, a former Fine Gael general election candidate, has been nominated to the High Court by the government.
"Significant progress" made in tackling Celtic Tiger-era planning - Minister
Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan said significant progress is being made in tackling the legacy of Celtic Tiger-era planning.
Column: ‘A wheel turning so slowly the hamster died’ – my day at the Mahon
Sinéad Keogh spent a day at the Mahon Tribunal in 2007. Five years later, she remembers her experience.
Flynn 'absolutely rejects' Mahon findings of corrupt payment
The former TD and EU commissioner issues a brief statement rejecting the corruption findings made in the final Tribunal.
In full: Micheál Martin's statement on Mahon and expelling Bertie
The full text of a speech delivered by Micheál Martin this morning in which he explains the decision to expel Bertie Ahern.
Gallery: Mahon Tribunal hits the front pages
‘He lied and lied and lied again’. How the newspapers saw the report’s revelations…
‘PS I Robbed You’… and today’s other #MahonMovies
The Twitter trend for the day that’s in it.
Khmer Rouge genocide trial begins
The three top Khmer Rouge leaders accused of orchestrating Cambodia’s ‘killing fields’ went on trial today before a UN-backed tribunal. The defendants are in their 80s and charges include crimes against humanity.