It was 'standing room only' today at the Disclosures Tribunal, for the second day of evidence from former Garda Commissioner, Noirin O'Sullivan.
Francesca Comyn, Legal Affairs Correspondent with the Sunday Business Post spoke to Drivetime.
A year on from the inauguration speech in which he promised to put "America First", US President Donald Trump has imposed tariffs on solar panels and washing machines.
Our Washington Correspondent Brian O'Donovan had this report.
A radically reformed health service and almost 2,600 acute hospital beds are needed by 2031 to break the trolley crisis.
That's according to the 'Health Service Capacity Review', commissioned by the Department of Health, published in the past few hours.
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds was in court today and he had the latest on the trial of Patrick Hutch, who has pleaded not guilty to murder and firearm charges, related to the killing of David Byrne at The Regency Hotel in February 2016.