Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ruled out a public inquiry into top-ups in salaries for health executives amid heated exchanges in the Dáil today with Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ruled out a public inquiry into top-ups in salaries for health executives amid heated exchanges in the Dáil today with Sinn F(...)

Brian Conlan: said he had been offered the position last July following a selection process conducted by the CRC board with assistance from outside recruitment consultants Brian Conlan: said he had been offered the position last July following a selection process conducted by the CRC board with assistance from outside recruitment consultants

  The Central Remedial Clinic’s chief executive who resigned yesterday, Brian Conlon, will not appear before a meeting of the Dáil’s Publi(...)

Brian Conlon: said he had been offered the position last July following a selection process conducted by the CRC board with assistance from outside recruitment consultants

Brian Conlon, who resigned yesterday as chief executive of the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC), said there should be full transparency in the charities (...)

The CRC said it has accepted Brian Conlon’s resignation as chief executive with immediate effect. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The chief executive of the Central Remedial Clinic - who has resigned in the wake of controversy over governance issues and top-up funds at the organi(...)

Lorraine Dempsey of the Special Needs Parents Association: said parents who had actively fundraised for the organisation did so in the belief that money raised would give their children a better chance of accessing services.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Charities have reported a drop in donations which they have attributed to revelations that money raised through fundraising were used to top up paymen(...)

 Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin who said there will ‘great difficulty’ in ensuring that all health bodies in receipt of taxpayers’ money comply with pay guidelines.  Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin has admitted there will “great difficulty” in ensuring that all health bodies in receipt of taxpayers’ (...)

The clinic’s fundraising literature states that although it is largely State-funded, it has a “significant annual shortfall which must be made up through voluntary donations and fundraising”.

Charitable donations should not be used to fund “lavish salaries”, Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton has said.Speaking at the Labour Party Na(...)

Department of Health files said the master of the National Maternity Hospital received a “privately- funded allowance” of €45,000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Two weeks into the controversy over top-up payments, much has been learned about the unconventional remuneration arrangements some voluntary hospitals(...)

The Central Remedial Clinic has admitted that money raised by a charitable company was used to top up the salaries of staff including its former chief executive Paul Kiely.

Five senior staff at the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) are still in receipt of top-up payments, it emerged yesterday amid calls for a Government inqui(...)

Patricia Ryan previously worked for  Pat  Cox, who is chairman of the board of Limerick City of Culture 2014, when he was in the European Parliament.

A former mayor of Limerick has heavily criticised the process around the appointment of Pat Cox’s former special adviser as the chief executive of Lim(...)

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