The US President meets the Pontiff at the Vatican
Rome Correspondent of The Daily Telegraph, Nick Squires reports on how the two got along given their differences on the environment and the promised wall on the US-Mexican border
'Bee Strong' and 'Bee kind' slogans adorn makeshift memorials in Manchester
RTE Louise Byrne reports on how Manchester's symbol is the worker bee and has been embraced by locals as a way of demonstrating their resolve
A Book of Condolences has opened in the Mansion House in Dublin
RTE's Emma McNamara spoke to people here who have been deeply moved by the loss of life in a city with deep links to Ireland
Four people are now being questioned by police in Manchester investigating Monday's bomb attack
RTE's Ray Kennedy reports from Manchester on heightened security in the city following the raised treat level of another terrorist attack while Lee Doddridge of Covenant Security & Risk Management assesses whether the bomber acted alone
Sean FitzPatrick had denied misleading Anglo Irish Bank's auditors
RTE Business Editor says the ODCE was not equipped for the scale of the casework involved in investigating the case but says the Office failed at a key point in the nation's history
Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is heavily criticised in the Dail
The Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin said the collapse of the trial was a 'damning indictment' of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement
Sean FitzPatrick is formally acquitted at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on all counts against him
RTE Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell describes how Judge John Aylmer said there was not sufficient evidence to put to the jury
Liverpool Mayor Steve Rotheram's two daughters were at last night's concert
They were taken to safety by a taxi driver
Former Anglo Irish bank chair Sean Fitzpatrick was acquitted on all charges after ruling on Day 126
RTE's Orla O'Donnell and RTE's David Murphy
Theresa May will hold another cobra meting this evening after visiting Manchester
Shashank Joshi is with the Royal United Services Institute in London
The bombing has pushed the election, Brexit and demetia tax off the agenda
RTE's Fiona Mitchell
The first victim has been named as Georgina Callender
RTE's Louise Byrne
The aftermath in Manchester
British PM Theresa May says attack stands out for its appalling sickening cowardice
President & Pope seek urgency over global challenges
Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports from Rome
From the Autumn Public Services Cards needed for first-time passport applicants
T J McIntyre Chairman of Digital Rights Ireland & law lecturer at UCD
Foster to recognise Brexit threat to NI future in UK
Northern Editor Tommie Gorman
Talks on new public sector pay deal begin
Industry & Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley reports
Fine Gael leadership contest continues
Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald & Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy on the FG leadership contest
President Trump visits Israel in bid to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace process
Rosemary Hollis, Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at City University in London on President Trump's bid to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts
President Trump leaves turmoil behind in Washington DC
Harriet Alexander, US Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph reports.
Simon Coveney rejects idea of cutting short the FG leadership contest
Micheál Lehane of our political staff has been speaking to the candidate in County Clare.
President Donald Trump leaves on first foreign trip to Saudi Arabia
Shashank Joshi is a Senior Research Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London.
Swedish prosecutors drop rape investigation into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
Journalist and legal commentator Joshua Rozenberg has been following the many twists and turns of the Assange story.
Former Ceann Comhairle Sean Barrett backs Simon Coveney for having more experience than Leo Varadkar
The Fine Gael TD for Dun Laoghaire Sean Barrett says the campaign is not over yet. TD Tony McLoughlin is questioned on why he backs Leo Varadkar.
Leo in Leo Street for launch of his campaign bid
Minister Varadkar outlines his plans in bid to become the next Fine Gael leader and Taoiseach. Our political correspondent Martina Fitzgerald analyses the campaign so far.
Crayfish plague breaks out on the River Suir
Brian Nelson of the National Parks and Wildlife Service says the crayfish population between Clonmel and Carrick-on-Suir has been wiped out, and urges anglers and other river users to take precautions to stop the plague spreading
Facebook is fined €110m by the European Commission
RTE Business Editor, David Murphy, explains how the fine relates to the company's takeover of WhatsApp in 2014
Michael Noonan says he will leave Cabinet and depart national politics
RTE Political journalist Brian Dowling and Mary Minihan of the Irish Times reflect on Minister Noonan's long career and we hear from the minister's Limerick City constituency. Also Minister Richard Bruton rules himself out of the Fine Gael leadership contest
Additional 5,000 calls made to Women's Aid since overnight call service started
Director of the charity Margaret Martin is concerned that the severity of domestic abuse is often minimised
Head of Road Safety Authority tackles drinks industry at a Dáil committee
Independent TD Danny Healy Ray recommends eating less if you want to avoid falling asleep at the wheel.
Has president Trump entered impeachment territory by interfering with the FBI's Russian probe?
Suzanne Lynch Washington Correspondent of the Irish Times reports.
Bob Schmuhl is political analyst and Professor of American studies at the University of Notre Dame.
Is today the day the Taoiseach finally names his departure date?
Justin McCarthy took the political temperature outside Leinster House this morning.
Brian Dowling of our political staff gives his analysis.
A look head to tomorrow's Fine Gael parliamentary party meeting and whether Enda Kenny will indicate when he will step down
Political Editor of the Irish Times, Pat Leahy says An Taoiseach is adept at reading party mood and will know patience amongst TDs and Senators will not extend for very much longer
Ninety per cent of rental property beyond the reach of those on housing benefit
RTE reporter Eleanor Burnhill examines how residents of a Dublin apartment scheme face eviction after it was sold to vulture fund Cerberus while a new study confirms rising rents are contributing to homelessness
President Trump tweets he was right to share sensitive information with Russia
Suzanne Lynch of the Irish Times describes the alarm in Washington political circles while Shashank Joshi of the Royal United Services Institute discusses the security implications for intelligence services around the world.
The woman murdered at a house in Co Fermanagh yesterday is named locally.
Former SDLP MLA Richie McPhillips knew Concepta Leonard and Peadar Phair whose body was found at the scene, while the PSNI say they are not looking for anyone else as part of their investigation
The HSE warns of possible patient disruption because of the WannaCry ransomware
RTE Science & Technology Correspondent, Will Goodbody on the latest while Steve Wilson who is head of Europol's Cybercrime Centre warns of the ongoing threat from ransomware
The Cabinet agrees the twelve people to carry out the root-and-branch review of An Garda Siochana
RTE Political Correspondent, Martina Fitzgerald outlines who will join chair Kathleen O'Toole on the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland and analyses the latest speculation around the Fine Gael leadership contest
Concerns raised over the possible spread of the rat-like coypu in Cork
Danny O'Keeffe is a conservation ranger and has been dealing with the coypus in Cork and elsewhere
Modular homes built to provide temporary housing to homeless families are now to become permanent housing units
Dublin City Council's head of housing Brendan Kenny says hopes all families will be out of commercial hotels by the end of next month
Tánaiste and Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald strongly defends Garda Commissioner
The Tánaiste spoke to reporters including our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds.
Prime Time's political correspondent Katie Hannon examines the issues facing the Garda Commissioner.
Growth in exports to UK slowed last year in companies supported by State body Enterprise Ireland
Our Business Editor David Murphy says the slowdown in growth to Britain was largely caused by a small decline in food exports
Minister for Communications Denis Naughton says Ireland's cyber security protocols have been robustly tested during recent attack
Our Technology correspondent Will Goodbody reports from the HSE where three hospitals here have reported infections from the Wannacry virus but that the 20 machines were quickly isolated.
Andy Harbison is director of forensic and investigation services at Grant Thornton.
Could you survive a long-haul flight with your laptop in the hold?
Eoghan Corry, Editor of Travel Extra tells us why a laptop ban is likely to be extended
Prince Charles meets Henry Shefflin in Kilkenny
South-East Correspondent Damien Tiernan on Britain's Prince Charles trying his hand at hurling in Kilkenny
Flu vaccine uptake among healthcare workers increased by 50% this season
Dr Brenda Corcoran , Head of Immunisation Office with the Heath Service Executive
Is the ball now in Fianna Fáil's court on the Garda Commissioner?
Fianna Fáil TD John McGuinness & the Irish Independent's John Downing
Barnier tells Dáil he 'regrets' Brexit is happening
Ailbhe Conneely reports from Leinster House & Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan
Calmer wind conditions have assisted efforts to bring a big forest fire under control in County Galway
RTE Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath reports from the scene and says it could take days to bring the blaze under control
Is Theresa May fighting the most presidential of modern times in Britain?
Channel 4 Political Correspondent, Michael Crick with the latest from the campaign and Jeremy Corbyn's determination to remain Labour leader if his party fails to win the election
The search is underway in Washington for a new director of the FBI after yesterday's sacking of James Comey
US Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph Harriet Alexander describes the atmosphere in Washington around the firing of Mr Comey who was investigating alleged links between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia
The Minister for Justice reiterates her confidence in Noirin O'Sullivan as Garda Commissioner
RTE Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald and Sarah Bardon of the Irish Times with the latest on the finances controversy around the Garda College at Templemore
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