Irish Water has completed the first fix of the north-east water main but are other parts of the country virtually certain to suffer as Drogheda did. Six months in to Trump's presidency is the house of cards about to come crashing down? And we ...
A report raises major questions about Rescue 116's onboard warning system. US President Trump is in Paris and the mother of Ciara Breen, who was 17 when she vanished 20 years ago, talks to Barry Cummins about her missing daughter.
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar gives Prime Time his opinion on evidence presented by Gardaí at Jobstown trial and Rita O'Reilly examines whether solar energy has a bright future in Ireland or if clouds are looming for this power source.
The Jobstown 6 walk free. Shane Ross on judicial appointments, Eithne O'Brien explores whether school sports pitches are under threat as land prices soar. And what does it take to stop the anti-malarial drug Lariam being given to our soldiers?
As the number of cycling deaths soar, will measures brought in to make cycling safer work? Who will help the thousands of homeowners whose homes are built from blocks that crumble to the touch? Dol tensions in Leinster House signal a general election?
The extraordinary story of the Islamist extremist who plotted to commit terrorist acts in Ireland. After yesterday's murder in the ongoing Kinahan-Hutch feud, are we facing a summer of bloodshed on our streets? And we look at Pres. Trump's withdrawal of
Simon Coveney is in studio explaining why he's the man to lead Fine Gael, and the Nation. Also, illegal dumping: the shocking reality of illegal dumping all over the country and we ask if pay-by-weight and pay-by-volume bin charges are making it worse.