President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney are battling to see who will be America's next president
On Saturday 10 November, we'll be going to the polls to decide whether or not to accept a Constitutional amendment affecting the rights of children.
Ireland sent 49 athletes to compete in ten sports in this year's Paralympic Games in London
On 31 May, voters will go to the polls to vote in the latest referendum on the shape of our future within the European Union
Jedward are one step closer to Eurovision glory after their successful performance at the semi-finals in Baku.
Cian McCormack has been speaking to people who are creating their own jobs and businesses ...
It's 20 years since war erupted in the Balkans, leaving over 100,000 people dead. Paul Cunningham looks back ...
Cian McCormack is on the road again, finding out how communities are coping and what their hopes and fears are ahead of the Budget
RTÉ's Washington Correspondent has been travelling around the United States to get a snapshot of Obama's America
At the same time that they elect a new president, the Irish public will be asked to decide whether or not to amend the Constitution.
On Thursday 27 October, the public will be asked to elect Ireland's ninth president from amongst seven candidates.
The MacGill Summer School is taking place this week in county Donegal and some of the country's most influential speakers will be attending.
Queen Elizabeth II and President Barack Obama came to visit Ireland within a week of one another. Listen to our coverage
All 166 TDs have now been declared for the 31st Dáil. Morning Ireland was there from the start of the campaign.
We've been taking a broad sweep across the country to look at some of the areas which will be of most interest in the next election.
The long-awaited by-election in Donegal South West is to take place on 25 November. Morning Ireland went to talk to the candidates.
Do you have a community-based project which is fighting the recession and bettering the lives of local people? If so, we want to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading Keeping It In The Community
The Cabinet has decided that 15 billion euro will have to be cut out of Government spending over the next four years to meet its commitment to bring the budget deficit down to three percent of national income by 2014
Morning Ireland reporter Paul Ferris has been sifting through the 300 pages of Colm McCarthy's An Bord Snip Nua report to find out what's been done and what more there is to do
It's coming towards crunch time in the All Ireland hurling and football championships. But is the GAA still as strong and popular as ever across the country?
John Murray and Cian McCormack tour the country in a tent to find out how the tourism industry is faring with the new reality of fewer tourists and lower spending.
The newly discovered 18th Century version
At about 5pm local time on Tuesday 12 January, an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale hit the Caribbean country of Haiti. It's estimated to have killed up to 200,000 people and left over a million more injured and homeless.
Two weeks ago, the European Council said negotiations for Iceland's accession to the European Union could be opened, but last week, MPs from four out of the country's five political parties called for the withdrawal of Iceland's application for EU membership.
The Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park is now in its fourth year.
And if the queues of people pouring in were anything to go by, the recession hasn't dimmed Bloom's popularity.
Aine Lawlor reported from Belfast and Cathal Mac Coille reported from London on an election which threw up its fair share of shocks and surprises.
John Murray and Cian McCormack are travelling to towns across Ireland to try and gauge the mood of the nation. They began in Co. Donegal and are working their way diagonally down to the southeast.
We've been taking a look at the Arts and Culture industry and asking whether it can help revive our economy.
Budget 2010 has been delivered and Morning Ireland will continue to report and analyse what it means for individuals and for us as a society.
John Murray's series on the state of cancer in Ireland looks at the services, the treatments, the people and the stories.
Press release from IMPACT trade union on behalf of the cabin crew branch
The Board of Aer Lingus Group plc ("Aer Lingus" or the "Group") today announced details of a transformational restructuring plan to reduce operating costs and ensure the continued viability of Aer Lingus while retaining a brand focussed on service quality and delivery.
For security reasons, the army bomb disposal unit rarely gives interviews but they allowed our reporter Vincent Murphy to spend a day with them. They showed him their equipment and explained how it all works. They even let him try on their blast suit!
The MacGill Summer School in Donegal has this year witnessed numerous agenda-setting contributions on the future of the Irish economy and society. Cian McCormack was in Glenties for Morning Ireland. We've collected his reports, as well as much extra material.
It's become an annual Morning Ireland tradition, John Murray and Cian McCormack travel the country taking the pulse of the tourism industry. In Summer 2009 they were in a camper van: never mind the industry, how would they cope?