Customers of Ulster Bank have reported experiencing technical problems this morning.
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.
Independent TD Shane Ross has said Mater Hospital management would have to be called before the Dáil Committee of Public Accounts to clarify the way it has used annual payments of €660,000 made to it by the Central Remedial Clinic.
A new national data analytics research centre is to create 300 jobs over the next six years.
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.
The Economic and Social Research Institute has said Budget 2014 had its greatest impact on the spending power of low income groups.
ESRI's Prof Tim Callan discusses analysis of Budget 2014
There has been a major increase in the level of sexually transmitted infections in Ireland according to new figures.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that a Dublin man's right to a fair trial had not been violated by procedures adopted by the Special Criminal Court.
The Health Service Executive is to meet the chairmen and a board member of each of the voluntary agencies and hospitals who receive HSE funding tomorrow.
Families fear CRC scandal will damage services to children and adults
CRC bosses say they were contractually obliged to pay top-up payments
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has confirmed garda recruitment will recommence for the first time in five years tomorrow.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny is to give a national televised address on Sunday night to coincide with Ireland's exit from the bailout programme.
Taoiseach to give national address on Sunday
The Coalition has received a boost in the latest Ipsos/MRBI poll for the Irish Times, which shows an increase in support for both Government parties.
Opinion poll shows good news for Government parties
A planned one-day strike at Marks & Spencer tomorrow is being deferred following intervention from the Labour Court.
Mandate confirms Marks & Spencer strike to be deferred
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