So after the longest criminal trial in Irish history and a lengthy jury deliberation three former bankers in Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life and Permanent are in prison this evening, beginning terms ranging from two years to three and a half years. David Murphy spoke to Mary.
For nearly 15 years rural Ireland has been promised high speed broadband........the promises has been renewed again by this Government who say every home in Ireland will now have high speed connectivity by 2022. David McCourt spoke to Drivetime.
Today three former bank executives - 2 from the former Anglo Irish bank and one from Irish Life and Permanent - are beginning prison terms ranging from two to three and a half years for their parts in what the sentencing judge called a "dishonest, deceitful and corrupt" conspiracy to defraud.
Today our reporter John Cooke has been looking at the Building Plans of Dublin City Council and the plight of homeless families including those who've been living in the soon to be closed Lynam's Hotel in O'Connell Street.
Aileen Malone, mother of the late Dara Quigley, and Elizabeth Farries, Information and privacy rights programme manager from the ICCL, discuss why they are calling for a change in the laws around online privacy laws.