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Consultants wanted to rebuild CRC reputation

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

22nd May, 2015
Paul Kiely, former chief executive of the Central Remedial ClinicPhotocall

The Central Remedial Clinic is hiring consultants to rebuild its reputation after the salary top-ups scandal.

The national charity lost its entire board after it emerged in late 2013 that its former chief executive Paul Kiely had been given a total pay package of €240,000, with €136,000 coming in top-up payments by its charity fundraising arm.

The Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) has since appointed a new chief executive and a new board of directors, as well...

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