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# inquiries - Friday 29 August, 2014

Criminal investigation into whether garda texted information to paramilitary

The former garda has since resigned.

# inquiries - Wednesday 14 August, 2013

Read: Village magazine's vow to take legal action on white collar crime

The current affairs magazine has called on DPP to initiate legal proceedings against those found by specific bankers and people found by the Mahon Tribunal to have been involved in corrupt activities – or else it will.

# inquiries - Thursday 1 November, 2012

Howlin says new law on Oireachtas inquiries will require "careful balances"

The Minister said he was anxious to give authority back to the Oireachtas itself as opposed to the Government.

# inquiries - Saturday 14 July, 2012

Column: Yes, we need a banking inquiry – but we can’t let politicians do it

Have you ever seen our TDs in action? They’re hardly the people to investigate this complex – and untrustworthy – industry, writes Aaron McKenna.

# inquiries - Thursday 29 March, 2012

Government accused of 'arrogance' over cancelled planning inquiries

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan said the investigations into six councils had been “ready to go” when they were halted by Phil Hogan.

# inquiries - Saturday 26 November, 2011

RTÉ reshuffle sees Miriam's husband heading up current affairs

Steve Carson will act as editor of current affairs at the national broadcaster while inquiries into a Prime Time Investigates programme are carried out.

# inquiries - Sunday 30 October, 2011

Fianna Fáil lashes out at 'arrogance' of government over inquiries referendum

The government has said it’s disappointed that the Oireachtas inquiries referendum has been defeated, while Fianna Fáil has said that the public response is ‘loud and clear’.