Mary Regan

Mary Regan

Tusla errors may be ‘systemic’ – data watchdog

Tusla errors may be ‘systemic’ – data watchdog

Data Protection Commissioner is to carry out an inspection of how the HSE and Tusla handle sensitive personal information

The treatment of Maurice McCabe has been a failure not of Enda Kenny, but of the state

The treatment of Maurice McCabe has been a failure not of Enda Kenny, but of the state

However, as the man at the top, Kenny is the one who will pay the ultimate price

Mary Regan: 'Handling of garda controversies will be a lasting legacy for Kenny'

Mary Regan: 'Handling of garda controversies will be a lasting legacy for Kenny'

While the coalition has been pulled back from the brink, events of recent days have left bad blood within cabinet

Mary Regan: Omnishambles of Mr Magoo proportions

Mary Regan: Omnishambles of Mr Magoo proportions

Government ministers scramble as fallout from the revelations regarding the treatment of Sgt Maurice McCabe rock Leinster House

Mary Regan: 'O'Sullivan's position secure - for now'

Mary Regan: 'O'Sullivan's position secure - for now'

'Government cannot afford to lose another Garda Commissioner on its watch'

Garda scandals threaten to overshadow the Taoiseach's second term, too

Garda scandals threaten to overshadow the Taoiseach's second term, too

Garda scandals dominated Enda Kenny’s first term as taoiseach, and could tarnish his second

Home care help is still not on the way

Home care help is still not on the way

Governments have backed the idea since 1968, but worries about what such a programme may cost the taxpayer have left it in limbo

Ireland’s rush to regain sovereignty attracted the vultures

Ireland’s rush to regain sovereignty attracted the vultures

Did Michael Noonan give away Ireland's purse to vulture funds?

Are hospitals overcrowded? Oh, yes they are

Are hospitals overcrowded? Oh, yes they are

Government surprise at the latest health crisis is just the usual post-Christmas panto

We’re not ‘suckers’for backing Apollo House

We’re not ‘suckers’for backing Apollo House

The role of artists is to shine a light on society’s ills, not to solve them outright

Politics this year was all about clinging to power

Politics this year was all about clinging to power

Escapology was the recurring theme of 2016, with everyone from Gerry Adams to Micheál Martin confounding expectations

Minority governments are here to stay

Minority governments are here to stay

It looked like a temporary arrangement until something better came along. Yet six months later, the 32nd Dáil continues in its very ‘European’ manner

Fine Gael feels the drip-drip effect of Irish Water

Fine Gael feels the drip-drip effect of Irish Water

As the Commission on Irish Water releases its findings, nervous politicians differ on what to do with the ‘dead cat’

Teething pains for Ross as he takes on the establishment

Teething pains for Ross as he takes on the establishment

Is Ross struggling with the transition from vocal opponent to decision-maker?

Chipping away at truth and righteousness

Chipping away at truth and righteousness

Quality, impartial journalism needs to reassert itself