Wednesday August 12, 2015
The European Union will keep Greece on a tight rein after its latest bailout, with sources saying the €85 billion deal will be reviewed by lenders in October and any discussion of debt relief will only come at a later stage.
Friday March 27, 2015
Round-up of Irish and international news
Thursday March 26, 2015
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has said that to the best of his knowledge, no one in his department is disputing the draft HIQA report into the Midland Regional Hospital at Portlaoise.
Monday March 23, 2015
Farmers and others involved in rural development are to be given access to cheaper and longer-term loans from the European Investment Bank after a new memorandum of understanding between the EU and the bank was launched in Brussels.
Thursday February 12, 2015
The chairman of a new responsible drinking campaign funded by a drinks company says that if it is not independent it is not going to happen.
Tuesday February 10, 2015
A round-up of other stories from around Ireland and the world.
Sunday December 21, 2014
Bord Gáis questioned the need to proceed with Irish Water's €540m metering programme as a means of billing customers for water use, according to documents seen by RTÉ's This Week programme.
Thursday December 11, 2014
The family of one of the residents of Áras Attracta in Co Mayo have called for the people on suspension from the residential centre following an RTÉ Investigations Unit report to be given due process.
Thursday September 25, 2014
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA said it had signed an agreement with two Indian states on the company's intention to open stores and to find new suppliers.
Wednesday September 24, 2014
Radical cleric Abu Qatada has been freed from a Jordanian prison after he was cleared of terror charges, ending a decade of legal cases.