European Union leaders are reported to have made progress at a summit in Brussels on several initiatives to crack down on tax fraud and tax evasion.
Ireland in firing line over Apple's tax arrangements
Kenny defends Ireland's corporation tax
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!
IDA Ireland Chief Executive Barry O'Leary has strongly denied the assertion that Ireland is a "tax haven".
IDA chief Barry O'Leary denies Ireland is a tax haven
A Co Donegal man has been charged with the murders of four soldiers in the IRA's Hyde Park bombing in London on 20 July, 1982.
Court appearance following 1982 IRA bombing
Two men have been found guilty of the murder of a Brazilian man whose body was found in a north Kerry bog.
Two men jailed for the murder of Bruno Lemes de Sousa
Two men being questioned as part of the investigation into the murder of former detective garda John Kerins last year have been released without charge.
Several organisations have said that there are defects in the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill 2013.
Organisations claim abortion law does not go far enough
A former priest who faces 34 charges of child sex abuse has no right to anonymity in court proceedings, a District Court judge has ruled.
Ex-priest can be named in sex abuse case
The leadership of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation is to recommend its 32,000 members accept the revised Labour Relations Commission proposals on public sector pay.
The Department of Agriculture has confirmed 82 cases of ash dieback disease in Ireland.
Rise in number of confirmed ash dieback cases
A Bill that provides for micro chipping of all dogs by 2015 has passed through the Oireachtas.
Cork developer Owen O'Callaghan has said he intends to appeal last week's High Court ruling on the Mahon Tribunal findings to the Supreme Court.
Co Mayo has the fewest drivers with penalty points, while Co Kildare has the highest, according to a new report looking at life in Ireland today.
Alan Shatter controversy rumbles on, US and UK politicians label Ireland a tax haven and main streets under threat as businesses struggle
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Dublin City Council is to impose rules for buskers and street performers after a voluntary code was ignored
The Department of Agriculture and Teagasc have begun a series of meetings to warn landowners of the signs of ash dieback
Adam Maguire analyses the scrutiny of Apple's international tax strategy
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A London taxi tour around the stories of the Irish in London, including the more recently-arrived
In 1963, Sean nós singer Darach Ó Cathain emigrated to Leeds with his family. This radio documentary follows their journey
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