- Taoiseach Enda Kenny has publicly apologised to the young woman who was allegedly sexually and physically abused at a foster home. "Her treatment was a disgrace to us as a country,'' he said. Philip Boucher Hayes has been reading the reports.
Voters will go to the polls in the Northern Assembly Elections on Thursday.
And, for communities close to the Border, Brexit represents the biggest threat to the local economy -- even bigger, it seems, than political instability in Stormont. John Cooke reports.
The Minister of State with Special Responsibilities for Disabilities says there are no guarantees that people in the disability sector aren't the victims of sexual abuse. Finian McGrath spoke to Richard Dowling.
When parents grow older or when an accident or incident leaves a loved one incapacitated, the culture in this country typically sees a response from family to step in, make decisions and take control. Mary Condell is the legal adviser for SAGE, a support and advocacy service, and she joined us this evening.
The war in Syria and the subsequent migrant crisis prompted Ireland to offer shelter to 4,000 people here under the Irish Refugee Protection Programme two years ago. John Cooke revisits residents of Ballaghaderreen's Emergency Reception Centre .