The Government is to mark the end of the three year Troika bailout today.
Bord Gáis Energy is to be sold to Centrica - the company behind British Gas - and two other companies for €1.12 billion.
There are fears for the future of more than 170 jobs at a company in Co Cork which provides specialised insurance services.
EU Commission Vice-President Olli Rehn has told RTÉ's Prime Time that he was shocked when he heard that the capital hole surrounding the banks was around 60% of the GDP.
00:09 The Government is to mark the end of the three year Troika bailout today.
20:48 Thousands of anti-government protesters gathered in central Kiev tonight as the European Union held out a promise of increased aid for Ukraine if it signed a trade and cooperation pact.
21:12 Doughty Hanson, the private equity group behind TV3, has been selected to buy the television station's loan from the special liquidators of IBRC, RTÉ News understands.
22:39 Roberto Soldado kick-started his Tottenham career with a sublime hat-trick to make it six wins from six for Andre Villas-Boas in the Europa League as they saw off Anzhi Makhachkala 4-1.
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