Posted on: 27-May-2013
Posted on: 29-Apr-2013
Posted on: 29-Nov-2012
Statement from the Chairman of the Press Council of Ireland, Mr Dáithí O’Ceallaigh, on the release of the report from Lord Justice Leveson.
Posted on: 02-May-2012
Press Council announces appointment of two new Council members
Posted on: 08-Jul-2011
The Press Council of Ireland, at its meeting on Friday 8 July, noted the statement issued by the Press Ombudsman on Thursday 7 July in response to press queries about whether or not complaints about phone hacking similar to those involved in the controversy involving the News of The World in Britain had been received by his Office.
Posted on: 07-Jul-2011
"to the best of my recollection, we have not had any complaints to date about phone hacking. The details of all decisions are on our web site. All complaints are processed confidentially in accordance with our procedures and with the provisions of the Code of Practice."
Posted on: 03-May-2011
The high profile killing in 2009 of Lasantha Wickrematunge, Managing Editor of the Sri Lankan Sunday Leader, has generated fear and self-censorship in the Sri Lankan media ever since, the murdered editor’s brother, Mr. Lal Wickrematunge, told a lecture in Trinity College today organized by the Press Council of Ireland to mark World Press Freedom Day.
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