The Government is to mark the end of the three-year Troika bailout today, the last working day of the programme.
Irish student Laura Hegarty has attended a ceremony at the European Parliament in Strasbourg where a €14 billion fund to help young people to study in other EU countries was signed into law.
All 28 EU member states have committed to implementing a set of recommendations, proposed by the European Commission, to step up the economic and social integration of Roma communities.
RTÉ reporters Richard Downes, Kate Egan, Fran McNulty and cameraman Micheal Mac Suibhne travelled to South Africa in the aftermath of the death of former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.
A number of helplines are available for those affected by abuse.
Former chief executive of the Central Remedial Clinic Brian Conlan has agreed to appear before the Public Accounts Committee in early January.
Calls for entire CRC board to resign
There are fears for the future of more than 170 jobs at a company in Co Cork which provides specialised insurance services.
A man in his 60s has died after he was hit by a car in Co Cork.
A 47-year-old man has pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of his elderly mother in a Co Waterford nursing home last year.
47-year-old man pleads guilty to attempted murder of his mother
A new national data analytics research centre is to create 300 jobs over the next six years.
Ulster Bank has said a problem that resulted in some payments for customers being delayed has now been fixed.
Ulster Bank apologises for latest technical problems
The population of the Greater Dublin Area could increase by over 400,000 within the next 20 years, according to projections from the Central Statistics Office.
Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan has said gardaí have been devastated by the findings of the Smithwick Tribunal.
Up to 300 new gardaí to be recruited next year
SIPTU workers have called on management at the Liebherr crane manufacturing plant in Killarney, Co Kerry to honour a Labour Court award of a 2.5% pay increase, backdated to 2009.
The Health Information and Quality Authority is to conduct a health technology assessment on the nationwide provision of public access defibrillators.
Minister for Health Dr James Reilly has said that a number of risks which the Department of Health and the HSE had previously identified as potential causes of overspending had come to pass.
Minister for Health says the HSE needs €199m in extra funding
Financial journalist Ian Kehoe meets the overseas investors who have acquired significant chunks of the Irish property and business sectors
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The cast of Anchorman 2 were at Dublin's Savoy cinema for the Irish premiere of the film
Fran McNulty visits Nelson Mandela's ancestral home of Qunu, where the anti-apartheid leader will be laid to rest
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Prime Time asks which services should be covered by the taxpayer and which should be left to charity
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