/Tag: inquiry
13 12, 2014

Inquiry continues into death of man in Ratoath

By | 2014-12-13T08:32:00+00:00 December 13th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

A garda technical examination is continuing at a house in Co Meath where the body of a 33-year-old man was discovered last Wednesday. Detectives suspect the man was the vicitm of an assault. The body of Slawomir Barjoszak, who was originally from Poland, was discovered with head injuries at the back [...]

29 09, 2014

Inquiry told 20% of boys at NI home allege abuse

By | 2014-09-29T19:31:46+00:00 September 29th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Northern Ireland's Historical Abuse Inquiry has been told that 20% of the 1,000 boys who were residents of De La Salle home in Co Down allege that they were physically or sexually abused. The home opened in 1950 and closed in 1985 and its residents were mainly boys, aged between 11 [...]

17 09, 2014

Banking inquiry hearings could begin in December

By | 2014-09-17T03:01:36+00:00 September 17th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

An advisory group for the banking inquiry has recommended that some public hearings could begin in December of this year. These hearings would involve authors of earlier reports and those who had divergent views in the lead up to the banking crisis. The group, which is made up of economists, civil [...]

15 09, 2014

Penalty points inquiry to be published – Minister

By | 2014-09-15T13:12:56+00:00 September 15th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

1 of 2 Noirín O'Sullivan said yesterday the new allegations had been referred to the Garda Ombudsman Commission Maurice McCabe will meet senior gardai later today Senior gardaí will meet today with garda whistleblower Sergeant Maurice McCabe following more allegations of penalty point corruption. The meeting will take place at Garda [...]

22 07, 2014

Russia favours international MH17 inquiry

By | 2014-07-22T08:19:17+00:00 July 22nd, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Tuesday 22 July 2014 09.16 1 of 3 Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down last week in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers and crew on board The aircraft's black boxes were handed to Malaysian officials early today A man lights candles during a vigil for the victims in Kuala [...]

5 07, 2014

Potential banking inquiry advisers identified

By | 2014-07-05T21:03:40+00:00 July 5th, 2014|Business|0 Comments

Ireland > Economy > Politics Saturday 05 July 2014 17.10 The list includes economist Karl Whelan Economists, civil servants and a former Comptroller and Auditor General are to advise the committee that must agree the terms of the Oireachtas banking inquiry. This advisory group is going to help the Committee set [...]

25 06, 2014

Inquiry cannot discuss bank guarantee meeting

By | 2014-06-25T16:50:24+00:00 June 25th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Wednesday 25 June 2014 13.33 The committee which is being chaired by Labour's Ciarán Lynch The Banking Inquiry committee is to set up a group of technical experts to help it prepare terms of reference in time for the opening of the new Dáil term in September. Public hearings will not [...]

22 06, 2014

Murder inquiry into death of man in Athlone

By | 2014-06-22T05:05:54+00:00 June 22nd, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Ireland > Crime and Legal Saturday 21 June 2014 20.58 1 of 2 The area around Bogginfinn has been sealed-off for a garda technical examination Gardaí in Athlone are investigating reports that a man was seen being bundled into a car in the town A murder investigation is under way in [...]

10 06, 2014

Govt ‘moving towards’ mother-and-baby home inquiry

By | 2014-06-10T11:27:28+00:00 June 10th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Ireland > Politics > Religious and Social Affairs Tuesday 10 June 2014 07.13 Ministers will receive a progress report from inter-departmental group The Cabinet is due to discuss the discovery of a mass grave containing the bodies of almost 800 babies and toddlers in Tuam at its weekly meeting this morning. [...]

10 06, 2014

Chairman warns row could damage banking inquiry

By | 2014-06-10T03:48:55+00:00 June 10th, 2014|Headlines|0 Comments

Ireland > Economy > Politics Monday 09 June 2014 12.42 There have been objections to the selection of Fianna Fáil's Marc MacSharry A planned meeting of the proposed banking inquiry is unlikely to go ahead this week, due to the continuing row over Seanad representation. The committee had hoped to have [...]