Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton has said there is public interest in knowing that those who are accusing gardaí of widespread corruption are beneficiaries of a system they said was corrupt.
Bruton defends Shatter over Wallace comments
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!
Gardaí have begun a murder investigation following the discovery of a man's body in a field in Tallaght, Dublin last night.
Man's body found in Dublin field
The Supreme Court and the Court of Criminal Appeal will sit during September because of pressure on the system.
A man has been arrested following a fatal road crash in Co Kildare in which a cyclist was killed.
Two gardaí have been assaulted and a patrol car rammed during a search of a house in Dublin.
Gardaí attacked during search of Dublin house
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has laid a wreath at the temporary memorial in Boston for the victims of the marathon bombings.
Taoiseach to visit Boston memorial
A Wicklow man has run the equivalent of 22 marathons in three weeks to raise money for the Brain Tumour Ireland charity.
Talks on the policing of Belfast public order events with a history of large-scale unrest have produced a commitment to non-violence.
Three people appeared before a special sitting of Gorey District Court last night charged in connection with a number of thefts from retail outlets in the southeast in recent months.
Minister of State Brian Hayes has indicated that all of the €300 million in savings from the public service being sought for 2013 may not be reached this year under proposals currently being examined at the Labour Relations Commission.
The family of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe have received a special medal in his honour today.
Medal given to Det Garda Donohoe's family
Independent TD Mick Wallace has said the latest comments from the Minister for Justice in the penalty points row were made in an effort to discredit him.
Row over Shatter comments intensifies
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