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Consultants wanted to rebuild CRC reputation

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
22nd May, 2015
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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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