Talks have gone on throughout the night and into this morning at the Labour Relations Commission in an attempt to finalise a new public service pay agreement.
RTÉ's Science & Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody reports that after years of living in the slow lane, it appears broadband quality in Ireland is finally about to improve.
RTÉ's new Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody blogs about his recent appointment.
The Taoiseach's language has been interesting at times in recent days as the clock ticks down on the publication of contentious legislation delayed for decades.
A weekend of fair weather has greatly lifted the spirits of farmers. It's been a long time coming and once again hope has sprung!
The inquest is due to open today into the deaths of the skipper and four of the crew of the fishing trawler Tit Bonhomme.
The Data Protection Commissioner has said that Mick Wallace this afternoon lodged a complaint with his office about the disclosure of information received by Minister for Justice Alan Shatter.
Shatter and abortion dominate political agenda
Shatter defends decision to reveal information on Wallace
The Royal College of Surgeons has said it is very alarmed and concerned at the findings of a Lancet study, which suggested Irish patients have a higher risk of death after surgery.
The RCSI's Prof Cathal Kelly 'alarmed' at study findings
Gardaí have begun excavating the rear of a former detective garda's house in the search for the body of a murder victim.
Gardaí begin dig in search for suspected murder victim
Two men are still being questioned by gardaí in Carrickmacross investigating the murder of a former detective garda last year.
The Catholic Church's independent child protection watchdog has said that services provided to both the victims and perpetrators of clerical sexual abuse need to be reviewed.
Catholic child protection watchdog urges anonymity for abuse accused
The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform has said that good progress has been made across all sectors in talks on a new public service pay agreement.
Talks on revised public sector pay agreement resume at LRC
Psychiatry experts address abortion law hearings
The Data Protection Commissioner has discovered widespread breaches of data protection legislation during an audit of how information held by the Department of Social Protection is shared with other government agencies.
Data Protection Commissioner to investigate Wallace complaint
An operation has begun at Dublin Airport to cut 220 acres of grass, which is being made available to any farmer who wishes to collect it.
220 acres of grass being cut at Dublin Airport
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has delivered the commencement address to more than 20,000 graduates of Boston College.
Taoiseach accepts honorary doctorate at Boston College
The body of a 37-year-old shooting victim discovered in Dublin over the weekend was found by children.
Man's body found by children playing in field
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