The World Meeting of Families gets underway today in Ireland after weeks of controversy over the Catholic Church's handling of clerical sex abuse.
Melissa Darmody, the clinical director of Towards Healing, a Catholic funded helpline for victims of abuse spoke to Drivetime.
A man who resigned from his job under duress after being brought out to sea in a speedboat by his boss and questioned about missing money has been awarded over his unfair dismissal at the Workplace Relations Commission.
Caroline McEnery, Managing Director with The HR Suite had the latest for Drivetime.
Independent members of the Oireachtas are looking at getting together to nominate a candidate for the presidency. A candidate can get on the ballot paper with the backing of 20 members of the Oireachtas or four local authorities.
Fergal Keane has been speaking to independents to get their views.
An analysis from the Revenue Commissioners is showing that if the Government brings in a 43% income tax rate for workers earning over €80,000, it could bring in €433 million.
Sinn Fein Finance Spokesperon Pearse Doherty and Cormac Lucey Economics Columnist with The Sunday Times spoke to Drivetime.
The war in Syria and the subsequent migrant crisis prompted Ireland to offer shelter to 4,000 people here under the Irish Refugee Protection Programme two years ago. John Cooke revisits residents of Ballaghaderreen's Emergency Reception Centre .