Wednesday April 15, 2015
The Supreme Court has overturned a long standing rule on the admissibility of evidence in criminal trials.
Tuesday April 14, 2015
RTÉ's Arts and Media Correspondent Sinéad Crowley takes a look at the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award shortlist for 2015. The winning book will be announced on 17 June.
Thursday April 09, 2015
In the United States, an international finger-print expert has told the trial of a New York banker accused of raping an Irish J1 student he found fingerprints belonging to the young woman on the back of a bathroom door.
Wednesday April 08, 2015
Iran has sent two warships to the Gulf of Aden, according to state media reports, establishing a military presence off the coast of Yemen where Saudi Arabia is leading a bombing campaign to oust the Iran-allied Houthi movement.
Thursday April 02, 2015
Parents wishing to educate their children through the medium of Irish face a number of hurdles in an over-subscribed system, writes Ailbhe Conneely.
Friday March 27, 2015
The Chief Executive of the Irish Refugee Council has resigned from a Government-appointed group examining the direct provision system for asylum seekers.
Sunday March 22, 2015
No notes or records were kept at a series of high-level Irish Water meetings in 2012, between the then Environment Minister Phil Hogan and the Bord Gáis chairperson, Rose Hynes, according to documents seen by RTÉ's This Week.
Friday March 20, 2015
London's top share index hit record highs, moving above 7,000 points for the first time in its history.
Thursday March 19, 2015
The Tunisian president has said the terrorists responsible for a museum attack in Tunis, in which 20 foreign tourists were killed, were carrying 'explosives'.
Monday March 16, 2015
This Friday large parts of the globe will go darker for a couple of hours, as a result of a near-total eclipse of the Sun. Will Goodbody previews the event.