FAI liabilities over €55m, Delaney paid €462k on exit
Denis Hynes, SIPTU spokesperson for Kilkenny who represents local development officers among others, discusses the Government's plan to fund grassroots groups without the FAI's help, and the future of the organisation.
John Curtice, Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde and Senior Research Fellow at National Cen Social Research, assesses the current state of play among the main parties ahead of Thursday's UK General Election.
Christian Brothers complete redress scheme payments
Maeve Lewis, Executive Director of abuse survivors group One In Four, discusses the Government's confirmation that the Congregation of Christian Brothers has paid all of its voluntary compensation to the Residential Institutions Statutory Fund.
Ban on turf and other smoky fuels considered by Coalition
Fiach Kelly, Deputy Political Editor for the Irish Times, reports that the Government is to ask the public if it wants to ban the burning of all smoky fuels as it backs away from a nationwide ban on smoky coal only.