The first part of Noteworthy’s in-depth investigation reveals that over 10,000 trees have been cut down by councils since 2015 with many having incomplete records.
The second part of Noteworthy’s in-depth investigation explores the reasons behind tree cutting including a lack of policy and expertise.
There are 44 open investigation proposals compiled from ideas sent to us by you, our readers.
In the third part of Noteworthy’s investigation, we delve into the issues surrounding the controversial demolition of two historic houses and the gable wall that remains “encased in a tomb of steel girders”.
In the second part of Noteworthy’s investigation, we reveal that residual limestone aggregate remains in the protected River Nore following construction of a bridge that left the community of Kilkenny City divided.
In the first part of Noteworthy’s investigation, we reveal the cost of the bridge more than doubled while Kilkenny County Council paid €7 million for two buildings in the centre of Kilkenny that are now valued at just €400,000.
There are 35 investigation open investigation proposals compiled from ideas sent to us by you, our readers.
Thousands of creatures including frogs, newts, and eels are thought to have been buried alive after silt was used to cover the site.
The Health Minister has said he has no intention of meeting with vaping companies.
Noteworthy is six months old! Update from the community-led investigative journalism platform from TheJournal.ie
Since April, we’ve published almost 50 articles which were funded directly by our readers.
One local councillor says local residents feel “under siege” from the constant construction work near their homes.
Minister Shane Ross asked for "advance all-clear" on expenses paid to him in €37,000 annual allowance
Minister Sean Canney was also asked to provide more information on €3,258 in “policy formulation” expenses that were spent in a string of restaurants around the country.
High-earning multinational executives 'shocked' at Irish tax rates after their eligibility for special tax deal elapsed
Eighteen people earning between €1 million and €10 million benefit from enormous tax write-offs under the scheme.
As recently as June this year, the government was exploring this as a possibility.
Since April, we’ve undertaken more than twenty projects, ten of which were funded directly by our readers.
Part two of our Noteworthy probe into costly insurance premiums looks at legislative and procedural steps taken in other countries to tackle the issue.
Personal injury awards have been dropping despite suggestions that out-of-control claims are feeding prices.
Ten sites purchased as part of the doomed decentralisation plan of 2003 remain in state hands more than a decade later.
Just over two-thirds of the buildings are former garda stations that were shut as part of a policing plan in 2012 and 2013.
Analysis of awards from Irish third-level institutions by Noteworthy.ie uncovers an upward trend in grades handed to students.