EirGrid has scaled down some of its plans for massive new pylons but will it be enough to calm the waves of anger in parts of the country. And the latest on the disappearance of 24-year-old Cork woman Karen Buckley
Prime Time Web: Is Eirgrid’s revised plan for pylons enough to calm people-protest through parts of the country?
The Irish Times reports on comments by Royal Bank of Scotland chief Ross McEwan, who says the firm does not expect to get back the £15bn in capital it has sunk into Ulster Bank since the financial crash in late 2008, while it could be up to a decade before it repays its £46bn bailout funds to UK tax
The independent expert panel set up by the Government to oversee the preparation of detailed reports comparing the over ground and underground options for Eirgrid's Grid Link and Grid West projects has published its terms of reference.
Who is being allowed to teach secondary school children about sex, sexuality and personal relationships? Prime Time reports on the thousands that took to the streets of Dublin to protest at the government's energy policy.