Thursday January 15, 2015
Around 600 households remain without power tonight following adverse weather conditions yesterday and today.
Monday December 22, 2014
The special liquidators of Anglo Irish Bank now only have loans with a face value of less than €500 million remaining to be sold in what has been the biggest liquidation in Irish corporate history.
Monday December 15, 2014
Mayor of Galway Donal Lyons has said he has received threatening emails following a dispute over new charges for those using a swimming pool in the city.
Saturday November 29, 2014
Pope Francis prayed silently alongside a senior Islamic cleric in Istanbul's Blue Mosque, in a gesture of inter-religious harmony in a country bordering the conflicts in Syria and Iraq.
Thursday October 16, 2014
A 35-year-old Kildare man who got stuck in the mud at the Oxegen music festival in July 2007 has lost his High Court case against the promoters for injuries he suffered.
Friday October 10, 2014
A 35-year-old Kildare man who got stuck in the mud at the Oxegen music festival in July 2007 has sued the promoters for injuries he suffered.
Wednesday October 01, 2014
The Construction Industry Federation has called for a 1% levy on all residential property purchases to fund social housing.
Monday September 15, 2014
Although it is far from the sort of brain transplant beloved by science fiction enthusiasts, scientists have taken one step in that direction: they have spliced a key human brain gene into mice.
Thursday October 17, 2013
Microsoft's much anticipated 8.1 release to its Windows operating system is being rolled out from today.
Friday March 08, 2013
The Tokyo District Court is a massive block of a building, with imposing walls covered in thousands of grey tiles. This houses dozens of court rooms, RTÉ's Robert Shortt reports.