Late last year I asked for the follow information from the Department of the Taoiseach: 1) A ‘datadump’, (ie a copy/export of) the Oracle financial management system in use by the Department covering the time period for 2010. This datadump should contain data relating only to the following subheads: Travel and subsistence (A2) Training and… Read More »
In a somewhat disappointing turn of events, the Office of the Commissioner for Environmental Information has withdrawn from High Court action between itself and the National Asset Management Agency. However the case between it and Anglo Irish Bank (IBRC) continues, and is still listed for hearing in the High Court on January 31st. Without going… Read More »
I see the Central Bank has sent letters out to customers who are involved with the website yourmoney.ie. The company behind yourmoney.ie is called Dunne & Maxwell Limited, a company previously called Zaynabi Limited. One of the main shareholders in Dunne & Maxwell according to the 2009 B1 Certificate is Adam Deering, with a registered… Read More »
This is the complete final report of the Chestvale Properties and Hoddle Investments Report, also known as the Glackin Report. It was an investigation in 1993 into the Johnston Mooney & O’Brien / Telecom Eireann scandal by solicitor John Glackin.
Thanks to Jennifer Hough over at the Irish Examiner comes this data relating to overtime pay at the HSE. You can read her story here. She wrote: Overtime paid to HSE registrars is still costing over €100 million a year, while 15 hospital doctors around the country earned more than €100,000 in overtime alone last… Read More »
The European Central Bank has refused to release a letter sent to former Finance Minister Brian Lenihan in November 2010, stating that the release of the letter’s contents would “undermine the protection of the public interest as regards the monetary policy of the Union and as regards the stability of the financial system in a… Read More »
TheStory.ie has obtained a confidential plan submitted by Anglo Irish Bank/Irish Nationwide to the European Commission, which was put together by a working group from the Department of Finance, the NTMA, the Central Bank, Anglo and INBS. The plan, dated January 31, 2011 was submitted to the European Commission for approval and was guided by… Read More »
Part of an ongoing process. This is the fixed assets register of HSE West for the year 2010. The total value of assets at HSE West for 2010 was put at €467,973,306.65. This is broken down as: €338,838,557.72 Buildings €76,914,547.76 Land €494,847.78 Vehicles €11,307,286.82 WIP €40,418,066.57 Equipment Here is the full dataset.