Anne Davy

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The Hyde & Seek creche group and its directors Siobhan and Anne Davy have been accused of offences under the Child Care Act 1991 (Early Years Services) Regulations 2016. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Hyde & Seek creche group, featured in an RTÉ Investigates programme, will go on trial in February for breaking childcare laws. The Dublin cre(...)

The chair of Tusla, Pat Rabbitte, privately hit out at RTÉ in a letter to Minister for Children Katherine Zappone.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The chair of Tusla, Pat Rabbitte, privately criticised RTÉ in a letter to Minister for Children Katherine Zappone over the broadcaster’s delay in shar(...)

A Hyde & Seek spokes said the company took immediate steps to address the issues raised in the RTÉ Investigates  programme. File photograph: Collins

Tusla is preparing a criminal prosecution against the Hyde & Seek chain of creches after an undercover investigation revealed a pattern of disturb(...)

A branch of Hyde & Seek in Dublin’s City Centre. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A legal firm says it has been instructed by more than 30 families to seek compensation on behalf of children in Hyde and Seek creches which featured i(...)

Croke Park Handball and Community Centre chairman Fintan Farrelly, Sorcha Finnegan, Cllr Nial Ring and centre treasurer Eamon O’Brien. Photograph: Alan Betson

A free pop-up childcare facility is to open in the Croke Park handball centre in Dublin for children who attended the Tolka Road Hyde & Seek crech(...)

This screengrab shows Anne Davy of Hyde and Seek, Tolka Road, owner  shouting at children.

The chain of creches at the centre of a childcare scandal is to appoint an expert external consultant to review its management structure and service. (...)

Two-year old looking out from the train’s window.

“This is a business. It’s not a babysitting . . . It’s not a one-to-one.” There’s nothing in that ugly reprimand – delivered to a staff member by crèc(...)

Anne Davy in 2005. She was fined €1,200 in the Dublin District Court in 2005 for failing to provide adequate safeguards and supervision for a child during an outing to a public park playground. File photograph:  Garrett White/Collins

The Dublin creche owner at the centre of an RTÉ undercover documentary has appeared in court in the past over failings around the management of childr(...)

The RTÉ investigation was prompted by several families who were concerned about the standards of care their children had received

An owner of a Dublin creche chain is stepping away from “front line childcare provision” after shortcomings in the running of her childcare business w(...)

 Garda vetting highlights any convictions but it is up to the employer to decide whether the individual is suitable to work with children or not.

Two Dublin creches and an afterschool care facility are being operated by a woman who was convicted for breaching regulations after a child was left b(...)