More of your ideas have been turned into proposed investigations as part of the team’s pandemic project.
The second part of Noteworthy’s in-depth investigation analyses complaints to uncover the main problems facing cyclists.
The first part of Noteworthy’s in-depth investigation reveals high risk areas in its analysis of 12 years of cyclist collision data.
The second part of Noteworthy’s investigation into domestic abuse finds vulnerable children are losing out on supports and escape during the pandemic.
"I feel constantly suffocated": The domestic violence epidemic raging behind closed doors of Covid-19
The first part of Noteworthy’s in-depth investigation into domestic abuse finds that services are dangerously underfunded during the coronavirus crisis.
The first investigation will look at a suspected increase in domestic abuse during the coronavirus pandemic.
An investigation into the most dangerous roads and junctions for cyclists is also underway.
There are four investigation proposals on their way to be funded soon, with two over 60% complete.
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.
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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.