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# reporting - Thursday 14 May, 2020

'Unacceptable': Over 200 Covid-19 cases dating back to March only reported by hospital today

Notification of infectious diseases is required by legislation.

# reporting - Friday 27 April, 2018

'Slight delay' in publishing Ireland's latest homeless numbers shows new form of reporting is needed, says minister

Some local authorities appear to be better than others in terms of sending their numbers to the Department of Housing.

# reporting - Monday 9 October, 2017

Irish employers to back 'comprehensive gender pay reporting'

Ibec says it supports the introduction of new reporting measures, akin to similar structures already in place in Australia.

# reporting - Tuesday 15 November, 2016

Hate crimes against Muslims in the US up by nearly 70%

The number rose to 257 reported incidents last year.

# reporting - Tuesday 19 January, 2016

First arrest made over New Year's sex attacks in Cologne

More than 760 police reports have been filed in connection with German police.

# reporting - Friday 7 August, 2015

Lord will have to face child abuse charges in court despite dementia

The former MP is accused of offences that allegedly happened between 1963 and 1988.

# reporting - Wednesday 3 June, 2015

Suspected arson attack on house of notable GAA player

Danny O’Callaghan has previously won an All-Ireland Club Championship with Crossmaglen Rangers.

# reporting - Friday 22 May, 2015

So what articles in the press had people complaining last year?

Many of the complaints cited truth and accuracy, privacy and children.

# reporting - Friday 20 February, 2015

Can Michael Noonan help save the eurozone from economic disaster?

The Finance Minister is back in Brussels today for the deadline of Greece’s bailout.

# reporting - Saturday 2 August, 2014

Gardaí urge victims of racism and hate crimes to speak to them

A report yesterday harshly criticised gardaí for their response to racism but the organisation said it does have systems in place and is working to improve.

# reporting - Thursday 1 May, 2014

Roundup: World media outlets report on the questioning of Gerry Adams

Here’s some of the headlines from around the globe on the questioning of the Sinn Féin leader.

# reporting - Thursday 17 April, 2014

Diarmuid Martin says priests feel hurt over yesterday's Irish Times cartoon

The Archbishop said he is a strong believer in freedom of speech and of the vital role of satire in social criticism.

# reporting - Wednesday 26 March, 2014

RTÉ bosses say that fighting Pantigate action would have been 'foolhardy'

RTÉ’s top brass faced the Oireachtas Communications Committee today with defamation laws on the agenda.

# reporting - Tuesday 10 September, 2013

From The42 Sports reporter gets 41 Seinfeld references into one broadcast Innovation

Sports reporter gets 41 Seinfeld references into one broadcast

How many of them can you spot?

# reporting - Tuesday 11 September, 2012

Business journalist awards call for entries

UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School awards have €1,000 prize for each winner in six categories.

# reporting - Friday 25 May, 2012

Column: How the news industry is missing the point

News organisations have lost their way. Why? Because they’ve forgotten what business they’re in, writes Dylan Collins.

# reporting - Saturday 10 March, 2012

Column: We’re all being misled. Why? Because we don’t understand numbers

Misunderstandings and lazy reporting of statistics can lead to everything from wrongful convictions to tragic deaths, writes David Robert Grimes.

# reporting - Sunday 28 August, 2011

From The Daily Edge Gutter journalism: reporter gets drenched in sea foam whilst covering Irene Yuck This post contains videos

Gutter journalism: reporter gets drenched in sea foam whilst covering Irene

Tucker Barnes went to extraordinary and some might say unnecessary lengths to cover Hurricane Irene.