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# whistle blower

This year
2023
Report into 'serious welfare breaches' at Dublin Zoo deems majority of allegations to be 'unfounded'
Of 23 allegations, only one claim was ‘considered to be supported as per the stated allegation’.
All time
'You're almost taking a punch on the chin for the good of the game'
Irishman JP Doyle was made redundant by the RFU in England earlier this month.
Column: 'I do not know what Chelsea Manning will do next. She owes the world nothing'
On the day of Chelsea Manning’s release from prison, campaigner Ruairí McKiernan reflects on the Irish campaign for her freedom.
'Disgraceful' - Russian doping whistle-blower barred from Rio Olympics
800m runner Yuliya Stepanova has been running under a neutral flag at recent events.
Who was the hardest Irishman for this ex-Premier League referee to deal with?
Former top official Howard Webb has given us a run-down on past encounters with Keanes Roy and Robbie, Martin O’Neil and Mick McCarthy.
The most suave referee in world rugby has retired to pursue business interests
Steve Walsh’s many fans will be disappointed.
Damien Kiberd: Are whistleblowers saints? The ethics can be complicated.
As Ireland has discovered following the row over the cancellation of penalty points for motoring offences, the ethics of whistleblowing can be most complicated, writes Damien Kiberd.