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# Public Accounts Committee

This month
July 2024
Fences will continue to be erected along canal if more tents appear, says Waterways Ireland boss
Last month
June 2024
Director of Kildare abattoir had previous conviction for 'cruelty to horses', committee told
Revelations about a Kildare abattoir and financial transactions involving an injured jockeys charity have come in for scrutiny today.
Horse racing bodies to appear before Dáil committee next week amid abattoir revelations
This year
2024
Tánaiste accuses NCH builders of engaging in strategy 'to try and extract more money from the Irish people'
BAM said in a statement this afternoon that suggestions it has not adequately resourced the project were “completely untrue”.
Garda Commissioner criticised for saying 'a lot of' bike case details 'not in public domain'
Media minister holds ‘positive’ meeting with new chair of RTÉ board
Powerful Oireachtas committee says RTÉ should be brought under the remit of the State's auditor
Government were made aware of new RTÉ exit package review arrangements in October
'Throwaway line' and redacted transparency leave another dent in FAI's credibility
Thursday’s appearance in front of the Public Accounts Committee is another blow for an Association seeking increased Government funding.
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
FAI president: Confidence in CEO Jonathan Hill 'challenged' after bruising PAC appearance
FAI's €12,000 payment to CEO was 'slip up' that shouldn’t have happened, PAC told
Can committees compel Dee Forbes to appear before them? TDs say they're considering it
Majority of garda watchdog complaint investigations taking two years to complete
Media Minister Catherine Martin says latest report into RTÉ points to a ‘dysfunctionality’
Last year
2023
RTÉ u-turns on their request to provide Kelly-Forbes note to PAC in private
PAC refuse RTÉ's request to bring Kelly-Forbes note to committee in private
RTÉ offers Kelly-Forbes note to PAC provided it is not published or discussed in public session
'Apparent discrepancy' discovered in horseracing board's payments to jockey funds
RTÉ will run out of cash early next spring without financial bailout, Bakhurst says
PAC chair Brian Stanley says C&AG report shows ‘taxpayer is failing to achieve value for money’
Taoiseach says RTÉ should share all documents but can understand if it legally can't do so
RTÉ board given second Grant Thornton report on payments to Tubridy
Ryan Tubridy's Public Accounts Committee appearance most viewed Oireachtas event ever
The Explainer: How do Oireachtas committees work, and how did Tubridy end up in front of one?
RTÉ's new boss orders review of exit packages after confusion over lack of sign-off
Bakhurst: 'Not appropriate' for Dave Fanning to compare Tubridy hearing to 'Nuremberg trial'
Bakhurst: RTÉ payments controversy 'one of the most shameful episodes in organisation's history'
Tubridy tells TDs he wants to 'get back on radio as soon as possible'
PAC to invite Ryan Tubridy, Noel Kelly and Dee Forbes to meeting, and threatens to compel them
PAC warns Metrolink cost must not exceed €9.5 billion
Inland Fisheries Ireland to come before Public Accounts Committee over 'issues of concern'
Pressure on RTÉ execs to provide PAC with copies of bank accounts and contracts
Five things we learned from RTÉ's appearance at the Public Accounts Committee
Analysis: If RTÉ is to survive this scandal it must focus on public-interest only from now on
Dr Eileen Culloty
Investigation launched at Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board over 'grave' financial issue
Chair of RTÉ board commits to publishing list of top 100 earners 'as soon as practically possible'
Investigation launched at Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board over 'grave' financial issue
Senior RTÉ execs appear before Oireachtas Media Committee over payments controversy