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# Oireachtas Committee

This month
May 2024
Delay in getting Drug Use Committee off the ground as members not yet nominated by all parties
Last month
April 2024
HSE will not review care for people with Long Covid until new evidence emerges
Meta to tell politicians that app stores should be responsible for age verification
This year
Opinion: Assisted dying – we should learn from what's happening in Canada
Seána Glennon
Finance Department to raise concerns on Illegal Israeli Settlements Divestment Bill at Committee
Assisted Dying laws 'not going to be easy' as division emerges on eve of final report
Chair of Media Committee says questions still remain over departure of former RTÉ editor
Catherine Martin grilled over Siún Ní Raghallaigh's resignation at Oireachtas Media Committee
The Minister told TDs and Senators that Siún Ní Raghallaigh had “indicated she might resign” ahead of Martin’s interview on Prime Time last Thursday.
Ciaran Mullooly: RTÉ told staff to take our medicine because we were all equal - that was wrong
Ciaran Mullooly
RTÉ paid its former Chief Financial Officer Breda O'Keeffe a €450,000 exit package
O’Keeffe previously told the Public Accounts Committee that she had availed of the scheme when she had left in 2020.
O'Keefe's exit fee was more than double the total of ten other inspected packages.
This was despite the fact the ex-financial controller not being applicable for the scheme in the first place.
The chair of the media committee has called on Dee Forbes to make herself available.
Ex-medical doctor who was in Dublin for workshop on 'DIY deaths' spoke at Assisted Dying Committee
Philip Nitschke – dubbed Dr Death in a recent Sky News investigation – gave ‘expert testimony’ but the committee was not fully aware of a workshop he held in Dublin during the same trip to Ireland.
ESB apologises for error that saw customers overcharged for 12 years
Last year
Garda Ombudsman invited to appear before Oireachtas Committee over Dublin riots
McEntee to tell Committee Dublin riots were exploitation of appalling incident to 'simply wreak havoc'
Meta and TikTok explain response to Dublin riots and misinformation to Oireachtas Committee
'Too many cars' on our roads hampering public transport, Dublin Bus CEO to tell TDs
Sexual consent researchers to urge TDs to introduce consent classes in Irish secondary schools
Climate experts tell TDs that 'weight-based tax' for heavier cars is 'desirable'
TD ratings: How did these notable performers fare in today's RTÉ hearings?
RTÉ staff member returns car which was 'loaned' to them by broadcaster for past five years
Simon McGarr: This is not RTÉ's first scandal - the broadcaster was at the heart of one in 1967
Simon McGarr
Crucial 48 hours in RTÉ payments saga as senior figures set to face two Oireachtas panels
What are the key questions RTÉ still has to answer as it's hauled before TDs?
GAA rebukes Virgin Media following claim that broadcasters were not offered chance to air matches
GAA respond to Virgin Media claim as criticism over GAAGO continues
Oireachtas Sport Committee to discuss inviting RTÉ and GAA as GAAGO controversy deepens
Cost-of-living pressures led 230,000 people to seek help from St Vincent de Paul last year
Assisted Dying committee to begin public deliberations in June with report expected for March
Homeowners with €6,000 owed on mortgage given repossession orders, committee told
All time
Dublin Bus to apologise for service disruption in recent months
Terms of reference agreed for special committee on assisted dying
Oireachtas committee hears Irish tech workers who lost their jobs 'are being looked after'
Finance Committee hears update from KBC and Ulster Bank ahead of market withdrawal
DCC 'confident' of meeting target to deliver 895 new builds this year, Committee to hear
Oireachtas Committee to hear Electric Ireland had 'no choice' but to increase energy prices
Paid domestic violence leave should be based on an ‘honour system’, Oireachtas committee hears
AIB says scrapped plan to turn 70 branches cashless was a 'genuine' future-proofing effort
Risk of electricity blackouts in Ireland ‘slightly worse’ than last winter, committee hears
Special committee on assisted dying expected to begin in October
Hospital consultant says people with Long Covid have been accused of exaggerating illness