The Public Accounts Committee has been ordered to hand over documents to former Rehab boss Angela Kerins as part of her case that the spending watchdog conducted a "witchhunt" against her.
Rehab has today announced the appointment of its new chief executive, Mo Flynn, on a €140,000-a-year salary.
TDs have officially agreed to instruct a legal team to defend a legal challenge taken by Angela Kerins.
The Dáil's Public Accounts Committee has been told it cannot compel two former Rehab CEOs to attend a public hearing.
Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald says the Public Accounts Committee has not been barred from compelling former Rehab CEOs from attending hearings.
The Public Accounts Committee has told Angela Kerins she can't have any say in the moves to force her to appear before it.
The Chair of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has said that "there is no way" Angela Kerins and Frank Flannery can escape taking questions about the Rehab controversy.
Forrmer Rehab boss, Angela Kerins, has issued a legal warning to the charity against disclosing details of her pension or pay-off following her resignation as Chief Executive last week.
It has emerged today that Frank Flannery received more than €400,000 in consultancy fees from Rehab after stepping down as CEO.
The Public Accounts Committee has been told that Angela Kerins will threaten legal action if further details of her former pay and conditions are released.
The Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee will today discuss whether to seek legal powers to force Angela Kerins and Frank Flannery to attend a public hearing.
The former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins will not be attending tomorrow's meeting of the Public Accounts Committee.
The Taoiseach has today backed calls for Angela Kerins to go before the Public Accounts Committee next week.
Angela Kerins has confirmed her resignation as chief executive of the Rehab Group in the wake of controversy over salary levels paid to senior management at the under-fire charity.
Rehab Group chief executive Angela Kerins "is expected to resign" in the wake of controversy over salary levels paid to senior management at the under-fire charity, it has been reported.
A member of the Dáil's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has said that Rehab's remuneration committee still has questions to answer in regards to it's employees' salary levels.
The Tánaiste, Eamon Gilmore, said he understands Frank Flannery will shortly resign from a Government-appointed post.
The Chair of the Public Accounts Committee says he still expects Frank Flannery to give evidence, despite resigning from the Rehab Group.
Directors of the Rehab Group have begun a meeting in Dublin on whether to reveal the salary of chief executive Angela Kerins.
The Rehab group has said it will seek legal advice in regard to comments made by the Justice Minister Alan Shatter about the Charitable Lotteries Scheme.
The board of Rehab has said it will hold a meeting next month to consider whether to reveal the salary of CEO Angela Kerins.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has compared the issues in the charity sector to finding carpets infested with maggots.
Rehab has slammed comments made in the Dáil last night by Justice Minister Alan Shatter and said it expects an apology.