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# Inquiry

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Government formally agrees to cooperate with inquiry into Omagh bombing
Referring report on Shane O'Farrell's death to Oireachtas Committee dubbed 'non-action', Dáil told
Last month
June 2024
Chairperson appointed to probe into drug that causes birth defects after almost a year's delay
'Opportunity to be heard': Tribunal into how Defence Forces handled abuse complaints opens
This year
2024
Bill Kenneally: Ex-sergeant says he likely 'would have known' if 1987 investigation took place
Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens ‘should never have been a police officer’, inquiry finds
UK Government outline terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing
Six months on, chairperson yet to be appointed to inquiry into drug that causes birth defects
Basketball club sought resignation of child abuser after recognising him in RTÉ TV report
The inquiry examining allegations around the abuse of children by a former sports coach sat again in Dublin today.
Psychiatrist disputes claim by ex-FF TD that he treated Bill Kenneally after sex abuse claims
Family criticises HSE for lack of consultation on inquiry into 16-year-old Aoife Johnston's death
Last year
2023
Abuse victim who was allegedly turned away from garda station sues gardaí
Boris Johnson suggested 'Covid was nature’s way of dealing with old people', UK inquiry hears
Stardust patron tells inquest what she saw on night of fatal blaze was like 'looking into hell'
Ex-FF TD denies concealing abuse by Bill Kenneally in order to 'protect political ambitions'
'Missed opportunities' by gardaí in 1980s to apprehend sex offender - child protection expert
Bill Kenneally case 'one of the most serious cases of paedophilia ever in Ireland', judge says
'I found it a very strange policing attitude, when he had info that... 3 boys had been abused'
Former Stardust doorman denies he was ‘put up to’ telling gardaí he had opened the exits
Teacher who sent 'highly sexual' Snapchat messages to former pupils struck off for 15 years
Basketball Ireland says it received 'no allegations' about Bill Kenneally prior to 2013 report
Convicted child abuser Bill Kenneally to be called before State inquiry
Gardaí didn't contact abuse victim until 'day after' newspaper article about the case, inquiry told
Top House Republican gives go-ahead for impeachment investigation into Joe Biden
UK health official calls for judge-led statutory inquiry on Lucy Letby baby murders
President Higgins offers sympathies to loved ones of 1998 Omagh bombing victims
HSE physiotherapist who called face masks 'satanic symbols' accused of professional misconduct
UK former health secretary Matt Hancock ‘profoundly sorry’ for deaths caused by Covid-19
Teacher accused of sending inappropriate Snapchat messages to female students
'Too much secrecy': Women of Honour tell Taoiseach that a full Tribunal is needed
Bill Kenneally given a four-and-a-half year sentence for indecently assaulting five boys
Partygate: Johnson admits to misleading House of Commons 'in good faith'
Inquiry launched into sexual abuse at schools run by religious orders
Consultant found guilty of professional misconduct in case of woman who died after giving birth
Pep Guardiola 'convinced' of Man City's innocence over alleged rule breaches
Three men arrested over alleged homophobic chanting at Liverpool v Chelsea game
All time
Manchester Arena bombing survivors ‘felt they were left to die by emergency services’
British soldier died after being mistaken for firing target by short-sighted colleague
'It's an insult': €3,000 payment for people who were illegally adopted criticised
Novichok poisoning public inquiry delayed amid heightened Russian tensions