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!
RTÉ's Political Correspondent David Davin-Power assesses the strength of Sinn Féin ahead of their Ard Fheis this weekend.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield's love of Ireland is well-known at this stage, but yesterday he treated followers of his twitter account to a gallery of photographs of the island.
Two adventurers who spent 26 days battling temperatures of - 30C while traversing the world's largest frozen lake in Russia have returned home to Ireland.
Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers looks ahead to the inquest into Savita Halappanavar's death.
RTÉ's Micheál Lehane assesses Labour's possible leadership worries following their disastrous outing in Meath East.
RTÉ's Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers takes a look at some of the hot topic issues on the agenda at the IMO's annual conference
RTÉ's Education and Science Correspondent Emma O Kelly examines the findings of the report on school patronage
RTÉ's Political Correspondent David McCullagh reflects on the performances of the main political parties in the Meath East by-election.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin's homily in thanksgiving for Pope Francis' election
Hundreds of young migrants are being prevented from going on to third-level education because they aren't yet Irish citizens, writes Education Correspondent Emma O Kelly.
The Tokyo District Court is a massive block of a building, with imposing walls covered in thousands of grey tiles. This houses dozens of court rooms, RTÉ's Robert Shortt reports.
It was Catherine Gowing's dream to return to her father's farm at Clareen and set up a veterinary practice there, writes RTÉ's Midlands Correspondent Ciaran Mullooly.
The decision of Kilkenny College to move into the public education system has aroused huge interest among other Protestant fee-charging schools.
RTÉ's 'Documentary on One' tells how the kidnapping of German businessman Thomas Niedermeyer in Belfast in 1973 irrecoverably changed the lives of his wife and daughters.
The report of the committee investigating State involvement with the Magdalene Laundries between 1922 and 1996 has been published.
A collection of 130-year-old photographs of the ten men accused of the Maamtrasna murders has been discovered and published for the first time.
Footage of a superpod of hundreds of dolphins has been captured by marine biologists on board the Rosslare to Fishguard ferry.
RTÉ's Richard Dowling blogs about the legal argument and impediments he faced in the investigation into the murder of Pat Finucane
As the Young Scientist Exhibition approaches its 50th birthday next year, its new cousin has just been born in Tanzania.
The contest at the Oscars in the Best Animated Short Film category could come straight from the pages of a Hollywood script.
In the latest of the Ambassador series, Cormac Ó hEadhra interviews Hungary's Ambassador to Ireland, Dr Tamás Magyarics.