Strategy to assess legacy collections promised in 2021 will now be delivered ‘in due course’.
Audit identified risk of data breach after devices sold on to third party who had access to warehouse.
Noteworthy’s Niall Sargent was a joint winner of the Environmental Law/Climate Justice Reporting award.
Controversies over deletion of texts occurred in recent years, with new investigation revealing this practice is widespread among European leaders.
Crunching years of data and speaking to experts, Noteworthy scrutinises how our observer system stacks up internationally.
Other Western European countries continued to send observers to monitor elections during the pandemic.
Journalists Mick Clifford of The Examiner and Alice Chambers of Noteworthy tell Susan Daly about the Garda watchdog’s severe and ongoing problems.
Solicitors, complainants and former GSOC staff voice frustration at slow investigations with few resulting sanctions.
Most cases handed to and completed by gardai last year exceeded time limits.
The Journal’s investigative platform won at the Red Cross Awards for exposing abuses which the Taoiseach called “not far off modern day slavery”.
From blackouts to fertility funding, important issues were raised by government and opposition politicians as a result of projects by Noteworthy.
The Taoiseach said the Government “would have liked” to spend the money on businesses and the agricultural sector, but that it faced obstacles in doing so.
Reporter Niall Sargent and expert Eleanor McSherry tell Susan Daly about chronic delays in autism assessments and services for children.
Families left in limbo as hundreds of vacancies in HSE teams impact capacity to provide autism support.
Reporter Anthea Lacchia tells Susan Daly about declining fish stocks and significant changes in Ireland’s longest river.
An Taisce expert says new legislation that impacts rivers and lakes used for hydroelectricity is ‘categorically unlawful’.
Noteworthy investigates barriers along the River Shannon as deaths recorded at ESB stations and salmon hatcheries.
Incidents of discrimination at work quadrupled last year, according to latest figures from the Irish Network Against Racism.
Out of 10 countries, Ireland underperformed in every measure aimed at protecting at-risk species such as the curlew and corncrake.
Noteworthy’s Niall Sargent and islander John Walsh tell Susan Daly about what is needed to help our offshore islands thrive.