Hiqa report finds Tusla services in three counties failed to report some suspected abuse cases to gardaí

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Tusla's child protection and welfare services in the Carlow, Kilkenny and South Tipperary area failed to notify gardaí about every allegation of suspected abuse and neglect it received.
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