Witness: James Gogarty at Dublin Castle after giving evidence in 1999. Photograph: Eric Luke

The planning tribunal? Was that the Flood tribunal? Yes. The tribunal was set up in 1997 to look into corruption in planning. But it was also known as(...)

Many people were appalled when a Supreme Court decision caused findings of planning corruption and obstruction against powerful individuals to be set (...)

 Former minister for justice  Ray Burke  at the Mahon Tribunal at Dublin Castle. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Only some of the corruption findings made by the planning tribunal against former Fianna Fáil minister Ray Burke are being withdrawn.Tribunal chairma(...)

Bertie Ahern arriving at the Mahon Tribunal in Dublin Castle on September 20th, 2007. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

The planning tribunal has withdrawn its second interim report so that some, though not all, of the corruption findings against former Fianna Fáil mini(...)

 Mr Justice Feargus  Flood, first chairman  of the  planning tribunal. In 2002, ordinary citizens queued around the block when  Mr Justice  Flood published his damning report on the payments made to former Fianna Fáil minister Ray Burke. Photograph: Alan Betson

The planning tribunal, in its heyday, was box office. For years, nightly news led with the latest from Dublin Castle, where the public gallery was reg(...)

George Redmond outside the Flood  tribunal in 1999. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

George Redmond once described the payments he got from developers during his career as a “sword of Damocles”. Now, 25 years after his career ended and(...)

George Redmond outside the planning tribunal in Dublin Castle in 1999.

The planning tribunal has withdrawn its report on George Redmond after the former assistant Dublin city and county manager won his case overturning co(...)

It is now 18 years since a Newry firm of solicitors placed an advertisement in The Irish Times (...)