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# Fennelly

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Another garda report is dropping today. This is what you need to know
The report was three years in the making.
Gardagate: 13 years’ of tapes that could be impossible to analyse
The Fennelly Commission has published an interim report outlining the scale of the task facing the inquiry.
What was in Martin Callinan's black bags? Lucinda says a criminal probe may be needed
The Renua leader called the Dáil confidence debate “very disappointing”.
Enda Kenny and the Attorney General should resign - political integrity requires nothing less
To defend the Taoiseach’s disingenuousness and the Attorney General’s incompetence is to harm the integrity of politics, writes a former advisor to Alan Shatter.
On their first day back TDs had a row and Enda opened a newsroom
A long and eventful day in Leinster House.
You could hear this TD's ringing endorsement of Enda all over Leinster House
Here's what Noirín O'Sullivan had to say about her ex-boss and those black bags
Former Commissioner Martin Callinan shredded up to ten bags of personal papers on the day he retired.
The Dáil's back today. Here are 7 things to look forward to in the new political season
An election looms…
The government has tabled a motion of confidence... in itself
That’ll go down well.
Enda Kenny isn't out of the woods yet over Fennelly
The Taoiseach will face a motion of no confidence this week.
Most Irish people don't believe Enda but no one in government wants to talk about it
Just 12 per cent of people believe the Taoiseach’s version of the events which led to Martin Callinan’s departure last year.
Does Alan Shatter support Enda Kenny? He's not saying...
Kenny is to face a no-confidence motion.
Justice minister says shredding of Martin Callinan's personal papers needs to be examined
As many as 10 black bin bags of the former garda commissioner’s personal papers were shredded after he retired.
Enda Kenny facing motion of no confidence (and his AG could be in trouble too)
Micheál Martin earlier accused the Taoiseach of being “shifty and underhand” while Gerry Adams said Kenny should resign.
Don't believe the spin, the Fennelly report is a big problem for Enda Kenny
Analysis: Government efforts to portray the report as clearing Enda Kenny may not work.
The 'uncomfortable' meeting in Martin Callinan's house that led to his early retirement
The visit was the “immediate catalyst” for the Commissioner leaving his position – and the force.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
The Fennelly report, the migrant crisis and a €3.7 million AIB error had people talking…
Visit from civil servant was 'immediate catalyst' for Martin Callinan's retirement
The opposition are calling on Enda Kenny to consider his position, but the Taoiseach is standing firm.
Martin Callinan had up to 10 black bags of his personal papers shredded
On the day he retired, the Garda Commissioner filled 8- 10 bags with personal papers and asked that they be disposed of.
Enda seems confident he's in the clear over Fennelly
The Taoiseach has already read the report into the circumstances surrounding the departure of Martin Callinan last year.
Everything you need to know about the controversy that could end Enda
A report into the circumstances surrounding Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan’s departure last year is expected shortly…
Enda: The only people I can sack in the country are ministers
The Taoiseach faced more questions about the Fennelly Commission today.
'Utterly disgraceful': Enda is having NONE of Micheál's criticism
The two got into a war of words after it emerged the report into why the Garda Commissioner resigned will be delayed indefinitely.
It'll be next year before we find out just what happened right before Martin Callinan 'retired'
The Fennelly Inquiry into covert recordings at garda stations and the circumstances surrounding the ex-garda commissioner’s departure will issue an interim report next year
Daithi Regan’s Key Duel: The midfield battle of Galway and Kilkenny
Ahead of today’s All-Ireland final,’s hurling analyst looks at one of the key match-up’s that could decide the meeting of Galway and Kilkenny.