UL whistleblower 'suffered for telling the truth'

UL whistleblower 'suffered for telling the truth'

09 Nov One of the whistleblowers who raised concerns about financial expenses and other matters at the University of Limerick said she feels vindicated by today's HEA report into matters of concern at the university.

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Deputy Chief Executive apologises to tenants

03 Nov Dublin city council has apologised after it was revealed it took eight weeks to respond to multiple reports about a dangerously overcrowded rental property with 64 tenants.

RTÉ Investigates - Nightmare to Let

RTÉ Investigates - Nightmare to Let

02 Nov RTÉ Investigates goes undercover to reveal the experiences of people living in sub-standard rented accommodation in Ireland. The programme exposes serious over-crowding, buildings that pose dangers to the tenants and the money to be made by the landlords.

PAC Publishes Report on Third Level Finances

PAC Publishes Report on Third Level Finances

11 Jul This Public Accounts Committee today published a report of its examination of third level sector finances. The committee is seeking significant reform of oversight and accountability in the management of public funds by third level institutions.

Out of hours service 'not fit for purpose' - Committee told

Out of hours service 'not fit for purpose' - Committee told

28 Jun The Special Rapporteur on Child Protection this morning told an Oireachtas Committee that attempts to convey an impression that good communication exists among the higher echelons of TUSLA and An Garda Síochána bore out "no reality" on the ground.

Tusla Controversy - The case of 'Mark'.

Tusla Controversy - The case of 'Mark'.

30 May RTÉ Investigates - Chaos in Care, found a case where despite the existence of "credible" allegations of sexual abuse, Tusla fought to keep a child in a foster placement where the abuse was alleged to have occurred and without removing the risk itself.

Press Statement from University of Limerick

Press Statement from University of Limerick

26 May The new President of University of Limerick, Dr Des Fitzgerald, has said the RTÉ Investigates programme on governance at Irish universities raises issues "of grave concern".

University of Limerick

Third-level heads misled PAC, says chairman

26 May Evidence has emerged that the University of Limerick misled the Department of Education and the Comptroller and Auditor General during an inquiry into its payments of unauthorised and excessive severance packages to senior managers.