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# Tribunals

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Taoiseach slams TD for 'mudslinging' as he confirms tribunal costs will overrun by millions
There were tetchy exchanges between TD Pearse Doherty and the Taoiseach today.
Opinion: 'Too little accountability creates monsters. Too much blame creates fools'
The blame game prevents learning because fearful and defensive people do not disclose all the facts, writes Martin Fellenz.
Moriarty Tribunal will cost another €10m this year, despite taking place 20 years ago
The money is spent on third party legal fees.
The tribunal is dead, long live the tribunal: Ireland's messy love affair with 'the truth'
“The tribunal has risen from the shallow pool of our collective memory.”
Taoiseach: Garda recordings could have an impact on findings of tribunals
Enda Kenny has revealed fresh concerns about the recordings in and out of garda stations.
Column: Public inquiry system reflects power imbalance in Irish society
Women’s lives are not a priority in the public sphere – and this is clear from a series of inquiries, writes Margaret O’Keeffe.
Column: Corruption has played a starring role in Ireland's economic crisis
The countries suffering the most from the economic turmoil in Europe all have major problems with corruption, writes Nuala Haughey.
€196 million: the estimated final cost for the Mahon Tribunal
The Department of the Environment updates its formal estimates on how much the Planning Tribunal will cost the public.
Nine legal staff on Moriarty Tribunal earned €33.7 million
The Public Accounts Committee is told that Enda Kenny may have to seek extra funding from the Dáil to cover costs.
Howlin promises a 'root and branch' reform of ethics legislation
Meanwhile, Joan Burton has asked delegates for patience in seeing through welfare reforms.
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.
Ahern secretary footage from Mahon Tribunal 'will never be released'
The tribunal has video recordings of hundreds of witnesses giving evidence, but these will be kept under wraps.
Lowry loses High Court defamation appeal against Sam Smyth
The High Court rejects Lowry’s claims that comments by Sam Smyth on TV and in print had defamed him.
RTÉ accused of "undermining" Stardust Tribunal in 1981
The State papers, released under the 30-year rule, also show that the owners of the Stardust asked the Government to pay their legal fees for appearing at a tribunal of inquiry into the tragedy.
Column: Nick Leeson's 4 lessons learned from 2011
Ireland and a euro break-up, the truth about tribunals, white collar crime and the dangers of ‘pay day’ loans – former trader Nick Leeson rings the closing bell on 2011.
Column: We must stop the reports on clerical child abuse.. and spend that money on survivors
We know children were molested and raped and we know the Church protected the evil abusers, writes Evin Daly, CEO of One Child International. What those victims need now is support and funding, not more reports.
Mahon Tribunal may end up costing €50m more than expected
Third-party costs likely to send total spiralling to €247m at planning inquiry.