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This year
Dee Forbes 'not fit or able' to attend Media Committee or give written statement, says lawyer
Can committees compel Dee Forbes to appear before them? TDs say they're considering it
Last year
PAC refuse RTÉ's request to bring Kelly-Forbes note to committee in private
RTÉ offers Kelly-Forbes note to PAC provided it is not published or discussed in public session
PAC not giving up on bringing Dee Forbes in before committee
PAC will reconvene if former RTÉ chief Dee Forbes and others become available
Dee Forbes and Breda O'Keeffe among RTÉ execs who asked government for funds more than 50 times
Media committee will reconvene if former RTÉ chief Dee Forbes and others available, chair says
There were 725,000 people on pandemic supports when Tubridy was assured his pay would not drop
RTÉ letter shows Dee Forbes promised not to cut Tubridy's pay as more barter accounts emerge
Simon McGarr: This is not RTÉ's first scandal - the broadcaster was at the heart of one in 1967
Simon McGarr
What we learned - and still don't know - after RTÉ's appearance at the Oireachtas Media Committee
Former RTÉ director general was asked to resign six days before suspension
RTÉ to publish ‘as much as possible’ of report into Ryan Tubridy payments
What are the key questions RTÉ still has to answer as it's hauled before TDs?
PAC mulls inviting Tubridy as it takes steps towards compelling execs to attend
RTÉ employees to stage lunchtime protest as payment scandal crisis continues
More than 70% of people don't believe trust in RTÉ can be restored following pay controversy
Arts Minister announces external review into governance and culture at RTÉ
RTÉ's case for licence fee hike in tatters as politicians take delight in having the upper hand
Minister made aware in March about RTÉ irregularities, but didn't know it involved Ryan Tubridy
RTÉ to stop broadcasting on longwave 252 bandwidth from next month
'We'll have a look at what's next, who's next': RTÉ director-general on The Late Late's future
All time
Dáil public spending watchdog seeks answers from RTÉ over Toy Show: The Musical budget
TV licence fee in place for RTÉ 'utterly broken', Dee Forbes tells committee
RTÉ has made an 'initial payment' to Revenue over self-employment contracts, Dáil committee hears
Staff at RTÉ reject pay cut plans as union says proposals now 'off the table'
'Absolute disgrace': RTÉ Gold listeners wrote to Dee Forbes expressing 'devastation' over station closure
'We’ve lost the king of our family': Funeral of Larry Gogan takes place in Dublin
Talks ongoing with RTÉ's top presenters and one has already taken over 15% pay cut, Forbes says
RTÉ to get extra €10m after Government announces public service broadcasting Commission
'It's fair value for 44c a day': RTÉ boss to make direct appeal to politicians over TV licence reforms
If everyone with a TV paid their licence fee in 2018, RTÉ would have an extra €32 million
RTÉ director general says more land at Donnybrook campus will be sold
RTÉ director general says announcement of job cuts was held off over death of Gay Byrne
Widespread RTÉ cuts: 200 jobs to go, digital stations scrapped and top presenters hit with 15% pay cut
RTÉ 'reassessing everything it does' amid unprecedented financial situation
Dee Forbes says RTÉ is facing 'urgent, substantial' money problems
RTÉ says the TV licence fee system needs to be reformed
RTÉ boss calls for hike in TV licence fee to €175