Mahon tribunal adjourns hearings until after election

The Mahon Tribunal has suspended its hearings until May 28, after the general election.

The Mahon Tribunal has suspended its hearings until May 28, after the general election.

It had been due to begin hearing the Quarryvale 2 module, which was to include allegations against the Taoiseach.

Judge Alan Mahon, who is chairing the planning inquiry, had already said he would adjourn the hearings two weeks before the election, but today he announced an immediate suspension until after the May 24 polling day.

More in this section

Puzzles logo
IE-logo

Puzzles hub

Visit our brain gym where you will find simple and cryptic crosswords, sudoku puzzles and much more. Updated at midnight every day. PS ... We would love to hear your feedback on the section right HERE.

Let Me Tell You

Let Me Tell You is a new bespoke podcast series from 

Logo IE

Hosts Daniel McConnell and Paul Hosford take a look back at some of the most dramatic moments in recent Irish political history from the unique perspective of one of the key players involved.

Bespoke political podcast series from

Logo IE
War_map
Execution Time: 0.183 s