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# Department of the Taoiseach

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John Callinan has been appointed as Ireland's top civil servant
High levels of compliance with Covid-19 restrictions are reported but concerns remain around sport and shopping
Taoiseach says that cost of NAMA commission so far is over €2.5 million
Debunked: No, this image does not show an official government announcement about the lifting of restrictions
Taoiseach spent twice as much on photos last year compared to 2015
The government brought in word processors in the 1980s - and civil servants weren't too happy
Independent ministers are hiring a 'political coordinator' to liaise with their government partners
The vast majority of staff in Enda Kenny's office are proud to work there
Micheál Martin asks Enda Kenny to withdraw a 'partisan slur', Taoiseach declines
President Higgins has a new senior aide
No written record of Taoiseach asking for bank guarantee documents
Want to see what staff members in the Taoiseach's department get paid?
Taoiseach had 'no difficulty' releasing Seanad referendum documents - but he didn't
Here are the sign-in books for the Finance and Taoiseach departments from September 2008
Taoiseach won't say if record-keeping methods have changed in his department
Taoiseach's office spent €50k on courses for staff last year
Over €9,000 spent on redesign of Taoiseach’s website
No full record of who visited Taoiseach's department on bank guarantee night
Did the Taoiseach talk to staff in his department about the bank guarantee?
FF: Claims of no bank guarantee documents are 'a lie', and this FOI proves it
1982: 'Ireland', 'Éire' and why both aren't written on postage stamps
1982: Haughey, America and "The Troubles"
30 years ago: Anger at Irish Government over IRA bombings
Government defends cost of €244k EU presidency website
Referendum Commission head criticises government's Fiscal Compact book
Here’s what the Taoiseach’s Department puts on its credit cards
VIDEO: Kenny, Martin argue over 'missing' bank guarantee files
Nine legal staff on Moriarty Tribunal earned €33.7 million
Mystery surrounds the work of Bertie's €265k secretaries