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# Freedom of Information

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Gardaí spent €93,000 in five months on media training at the Communications Clinic
'Admin error' that led to McCabe allegations was not reported as HSE data protection breach
Fine Gael senator who got €30k after losing his Dáil seat has only repaid €2k
Five people died in prison custody last year
It has cost over €360,000 to investigate this senator's €2,000 expense claims
From alleged aggression to dog allergies: Why people complain about taxi drivers
Here are the most common reasons people complain about taxis
Inaccurate 'real time' information and food defrosting: Why people get angry at Bus Éireann
'Privatise the bloody service': The complaints sent to Shane Ross during the Dublin Bus strike
'You'll look like a God': How people thought the Luas dispute could be solved
Enda Kenny really likes to give people crystal bowls
Abortion, Syria and autograph requests - a look through the Taoiseach's post
Division by division breakdown: Over €54 million spend on garda overtime
It has cost €350,000 to investigate this senator's €2,000 expense claims
Staff member in disabled care home accused of "verbal and psychological abuse"
Scrapping the USC could lead to an increase in property tax... of 600%
For and against: The letters Irish people have written to the Taoiseach about abortion
Dodgy tips, aggressive drivers, "smelly" vehicles - taxi complaints went through the roof in the last four years
€1.5m given by Europe to retrain workers after factory closure may be returned
Carer called elderly dying patient a 'big fat c**t' and threw water over another
Here are the gifts Ireland dished out to foreign dignitaries last year
Bill Clinton had private concerns over Gerry Adams' IRA links
'I couldn't give a rat's arse if you report me!': There have been complaints about the swearing of Dublin Bus drivers
One Dublin Bus passenger was angry about drivers urinating in front of his daughter
Irish Water are deliberately confusing their payment figures, says Paul Murphy
Ireland's most dangerous prisons: Around the country staff are working in constant danger
Even more people have paid their water bills - but it's just over half of customers
Irish Water 'tightened controls' after customer bank details were sent to the wrong people
Fisherman says he can't understand Met Éireann forecasters with foreign accents
What's the big deal about Prince Charles writing letters to politicians?
We have to wait another six months to see garda records
An ambulance broke down during an emergency once every 33 days last year
Government spin 'now seeping into the civil service'
'It's wrong that Irish Water won't reveal how much it's paying for security' - Fianna Fáil
Ever wanted to ask the Gardaí something about their records? Now you can
The €15 fee for Freedom of Information requests is being abolished
Poll: Should ministers be allowed to keep a secret diary of official meetings?
Nearly every FOI request about the liquidation of Anglo has been refused
State companies should exist on a 'level playing field' - Rabbitte
'It's like the Third Secret of Fatima' - Noonan says ECB letter could be released for inquiry