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'PAC Templemore hearing raises more questions than answers'

It still remains unclear exactly what Nóirín O’Sullivan knew, writes Mary Regan

21st June, 2017
O'Sullivan arrives at Leinster House Pic: RollingNews.ie

The Comptroller and Auditor General is a man of few words. The top accountant in the country - charged with monitoring how the state spends public money - does not seek the limelight with big statements or controversial comments. He merely states the facts and figures as they are.

But through his characteristically sober statement of the facts, Seamus McCarthy landed the only glove on the Garda Commissioner throughout weeks of hearings on how she...

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