Sunday October 04, 2015
A special report by RTÉ's South-East Correspondent Damien Tiernan on the gang who were this week given a range of sentences totalling 105 years for terrorising a family in their Tipperary home.
Friday September 25, 2015
Pope Francis has told the United Nations General Assembly that international agencies should not subject poor countries to "oppressive lending systems", which promote more poverty than progress.
Wednesday September 23, 2015
A primary school teacher from Galway has given evidence at an inquest of how six-year-old Aibha Conroy became ill and needed the glucose drink Lucozade while at school.
Monday August 31, 2015
Four years after the 'Young Scientist' concept was exported from Ireland to Tanzania, RTÉ's Education Correspondent Emma O'Kelly visited the East African country to measure its impact.
Wednesday August 05, 2015
A leading computer scientist has said a review of the teaching of maths and technology in schools is necessary if more girls are to be encouraged to enter these career areas.
Wednesday July 15, 2015
Children in the most deprived, urban schools have much higher anxiety levels than their peers and in some cases their behaviour has become worse because of the recession, an ESRI report has found.
Thursday June 11, 2015
Christopher Lee, who died on Sunday aged 93, made his name terrifying filmgoers in blood-sucking roles opposite Peter Cushing in the Hammer Horror movies.
Tuesday April 28, 2015
Nigeria's military has said it has rescued 200 girls and 93 women from a notorious Boko Haram stronghold, but said there was no confirmation the hostages were those kidnapped from Chibok a year ago.
Tuesday January 20, 2015
Boko Haram has said it is building an Islamic state that will revive the glory days of northern Nigeria's medieval Muslim empires.
Wednesday June 06, 2007
A man has been given a two year suspended prison sentence and disqualified from driving for 10 years after pleading guilty to dangerous driving causing the death of a school girl.