James Joyce did not want the press to find out about his marriage to Nora Barnacle

Letters reveal Joyce's attempt to keep wedding secret

30 Jul A first-hand account by James Joyce of his unsuccessful attempts to avoid publicity when he married Galway woman Nora Barnacle in London in 1931 has been published by the National Library of Ireland.

Cian's mode of transport and mobile studio rolled into one

Ireland by Bike Series

17 Jul RTÉ's Cian McCormack cycled from Mizen Head to Malin Head, travelling along the Wild Atlantic Way to gauge its impact on tourism and regional development. Listen/read his reports.

The Govt's decision to do a U-turn on the issue of upfront fees for FOI requests has been widely welcomed

Time to look at FOI again

04 Jul The decision of the Government to do a U-turn on the issue of upfront fees for FOI requests has been widely welcomed.

Tourists visit the various NI locations seen on the series

Game of Tours: Game of Thrones and NI

19 Jun Game of Thrones is being seen as something that will give Northern Ireland the wildest exposure it has received outside of politics and the Troubles.

Ataxia Ireland says many people are living in accommodation that is not suitable for their needs

When a house is not a home

12 Jun A charity supporting people with disabilities has raised concerns about the accommodation that some people with a disability are living in while they wait for social housing.

Almost 800 children died at the Bon Secours-run home

Calls for inquiry into Tuam babies scandal

05 Jun There have been increasing calls for an inquiry into the discovery of an unmarked mass grave at a former Catholic Church-run home in Tuam, Co Galway, where almost 800 children died between 1925 and 1961.

Counting of votes at the RDS in Dublin

What next for the parties? Lessons from the RTÉ Exit Poll

25 May As counting in the local elections resumes this morning - and counting in the European elections begins - we now know how we voted; but questions remain over exactly why we voted the way we did - and more importantly, what it means for the future.

Millward Brown poll for the Irish Independent was taken on Tuesday and Wednesday

Poll suggests fall in support for FG, FF

18 May A new opinion poll shows Sinn Féin's Matt Carthy heading the field in Midlands North West Euro constituency followed by Independent TD, Luke 'Ming' Flanagan.

Evidence of the legal advice was a major feature of the trial until early March

Much of Anglo trial taken up with legal argument

17 Apr A significant portion of the 11-week trial was taken up by sometimes heated argument in the absence of the jury focusing on the issue of legal advice taken by Anglo at the time of the Maple plan.

Families living in Direct Provision struggle to make ends meet

The long road to freedom

11 Apr The Irish Association of Social Workers has added its voice to calls for an end to Direct Provision for asylum seekers in Ireland, which is 14-years-old this week.

The project aims to draw attention to innovative images

UCD research exhibition to travel to Brussels

04 Mar An exhibition showcasing the range of research at University College Dublin is to travel to Brussels for a European Union Information Centre event after its Dublin run closes this Friday.