KBC cuts 3 and 5-year fixed mortgage rates
Mortage expert Michael Dowling discusses KBS's decision to cut mortgage rates by up to 0.3% to 2.5%, and whether other banks will follow suit
High Court freezes €52m worth of Bitcoin seized by CAB
Fergal O'Brien reports that a man has been made to forfeit a quantity of bitcoin worth €52 million by the High Court.
Met Eireann issues yellow rainfall warning
Met Eireann meterologist Elizabeth Coleman says there will be heavy rainfall through Wednesday into Wednesday night, with 25 to 40mm expected.
395 inquiries under laws restricting Airbnb lettings in Dublin
Dublin Correspondent John Kilraine reports that there have been 395 investigations under new laws which restrict AirBnB and other short term lettings in Dublin city rent pressure zones
How Malaysia is tackling the problem of foreign plastic waste
Today in the second of our reports we hear how the Malaysian government is tackling the problems caused by the huge influx of foreign plastic waste into the country. Our reporter Joan O'Sullivan travelled to Malaysia courtesy of the Simon Cumbers Media fund and sent this report
Objections to new Direct Provision Centre in Offaly
Midlands Correspondent Ciarán Mullooly reports that Objections have been voiced about a new Direct Provision centre which is due to open next month at the former Marian Hostel in Tullamore.
Nominations for Ceann Comhairle close this evening
Political correspondent Míchéal Lehane reports that the current Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Feargháil is seeking re-election in the secret ballot, with Independent TD Denis Naughten also in contention.
UK immigration plans a 'disaster' for care, hospitality, building sectors
Angela McGowan, Director of the Confederaton of British Industrys - which is the main business organisation in Northern Ireland, says she has deep concerns about the proposals
Men not guilty of illegal turf cutting
Nuacht Reporter Séamus Ó Scanláin reports on the case against four men at Galway Circuit Court
Most expensive Irish whiskey for sale at €35k per bottle
Southern Editor, Paschal Sheehy, reports that Irish Distillers is releasing a collection of 44 bottles of whiskey with a price tag of €35,000 per bottle -- the most expensive Irish whiskey in the world.
Plastic wasteland: Where the West sends its rubbish
Joan O'Sullivan and cameraman Mark Ronaghan went to Sengai Pentani in Northern Malaysia with the Simon Cumbers Media fund, to report on the impact of some poorly run plastic recycling plants which are causing environmental and health problems.
Hearing gets underway for Galway Ring Road
Regional Reporter, Teresa Mannion, reports on an oral hearing into plans for a Galway ring road - which is being proposed as part of the overall transport strategy for Galway to address the chronic traffic problems in the city.
How the Coronavirus could impact business and retail?
Chief Executive of the Irish Exporters Association, Simon McKeever, and Damian O'Reilly, Senior Lecturer in Retail Management at the Technological University, discuss the potential impact on businesses here.
Tipperary TD Alan Kelly launches leadership bid
Political Correspondent, Michéal Lehan,e has the latest on the Labour Party leadership bid and efforts to form a coalition
Irish passengers on ships where coronavirus detected
Laura Hogan reports that around ten Irish people are on board two cruise ships off Japan and Cambodia where coronavirus has been detected.
Former Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg dies
People on the streets pay tribute to former Manchester United and Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg, who has died at the age of 87
Dublin first Irish city to pledge to meet WHO air quality targets
Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin Tom Brabazon on signing a promise for Dublin to be the first Irish city to meet World Health Organization air quality guidelines by 2030
Engineers to inspect abandoned ship off Cork coast
Maritime Expert Michael Kingston describes the investigation into who is responsible for the MV Alta boat washed up on the Cork coast line.
Farmers concerns for land following consecutive storms
Midlands correspondent Ciaran Mullooly speaks to farmers concerned for land flooded as a result of Storm Dennis and Storm Ciara
Varadkar ‘relishes’ challenge of leading opposition
Political correspondent Mícheál Lehane with the latest as the Fine Gael parliamentary part meets for the first time following the General Election; and Mary Lou McDonald says Sinn Féin is still aiming to form a left wing government
Getaway driver jailed for role in Douglas murder
Orla O’Donnell with details as 25-year-old Gareth Brophy is jailed for ten years for his role as the getaway car driver in the murder of David ‘Daithi’ Douglas
Irish citizens on cruise ship amid coronavrius outbreak
Ronan Smyth of the Irish Daily Mail with details of an Irish couple quarantined on the Diamond Princess boat off of Japan, where many have developed the coronavirus
French minister warns of bitter Brexit trade talks
Europe editor Tony Connelly outlines what to expect next in Brexit trade talks following comments which have sparked tension from France’s Foreign Minister
Visitors from afar to the church housing remains of St Valentine
Amy Ní Riada speaks to visitors coming from around the world to visit Whitefriar Street Church – famous for housing the remains of St Valentine
Trump and Attorney General at odds over Stone sentencing
US Correspondent Brian O’Donovan explains the latest controversy stateside, in which Donald Trump’s Attorney General speaks out on the president’s comments on a former colleague’s upcoming sentencing
New NI Secretary Brandon Lewis due in Belfast
Belfast reporter Gail Conway with the latest as new NI Secretary Brandon Lewis speaks to a number of key representatives in Northern Ireland after succeeding Julian Smith
Man arrested in Cork over alleged abuse
Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds with the latest as a former scout leader in his 70s is arrested in relation to sexual offences alleged to have happened over a 30-year period
Community employment schemes hit by strike action
We hear from the frontline in Dublin City Centre where striking community employment workers are protesting over pensions.
Talks aimed at forming coalition continue
RTÉ’s Paul Cunningham with the latest as Sinn Féin says a coalition cannot be formed without Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael, while Mattie McGrath of the Rural Independents Group says they’ll ‘pick up the phone for anyone’
Sajid Javid quits, senior ministers sacked in UK reshuffle
Sean Whelan, London Correspondent on the cabinet reshuffle in the UK and how the Finance Minister Sajid Javid has quit just a month ahead of the budget there
FSPO orders bank to pay €35,000 for overcharging
Ger Deering, Financial Ombudsman on decisions made on complaints raised during 2019
€1m scammed as 75 cases of romance fraud reported
Detective Chief Supt Pat Lordan of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau
Man charged with murder of Lyra McKee
Gail Conway reports from Derry Magistrates' Court where a man was charged with the murder of 29-year-old Lyra McKee
FF parliamentary party meeting to discuss views on Government formation
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent gives his analysis on the latest state of play regarding the formation of a new Government after the election
Julian Smith sacked as Northern Ireland Secretary
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor on how Julian Smith became the first casualty of the UK Prime Minister's cabinet reshuffle today
Priest appeals for end to feud at teenager's funeral
Sinead Hussey, North East Correspondent on the funeral of murdered teenager Keane Mulready-Woods, which is taking place in Drogheda, County Louth
Tributes as journalist Keelin Shanley laid to rest
Arts and Media Correspondent Sinéad Crowley on the tributes to broadcaster Keelin Shanley
Lorry driver granted appeal against extradition to UK
Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports on the extradition case of Eamon Harrison, from Mayobridge in Co Down, who is wanted for his alleged role in transporting a refrigerated trailer in which 39 migrants were found dead last October
Irish man hoping to leave quarantine in UK
Kildare teacher Ben Kavangh, evacuated from Wuhan following Coronavirus outbreak, hopes to leave quarantine tomorrow
Talks on future of hundreds of Bord na Mona Midlands staff
Kieran Mulvey, the Just Transition Commissioner for Bord Na Mona workers was in Tullamore
First person convicted for offence of coercive control
Detective Supt Gerry Murphy from the Garda National Protection Service Bureau explains the background to the case
Economy operating close to full capacity, Central Bank
Our Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt reports on the latest quarterly bulletin from the Central Bank
Sinn Féin continues talks on government formation
Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar says it's up to Sinn Féin to build a coalition. Pat Leahy, Political Editor of the Irish Times provides analysis
West Cork school records rap song to highlight climate change
Our Southern Editor, Paschal Sheehy, reports from Cappabue National School which has just 23 pupils
PSNI warn senior Sinn Féin figures of dissident attack
Sinn Féin's deputy leader Michelle O'Neill has said police have told her dissident republicans are planning an attack on herself and party colleague Gerry Kelly.
Dramatic waves cause damage in Sligo after Storm Ciara
Neil Walton of Voya Seaweed baths in Strandhill reports on the damage caused by huge waves in Strandhill.
Will Sinn Féin be in Government North and South?
Political Editor with the Belfast News Letter, Sam McBride, analyses the reaction to the results in Northern Ireland.
CSO figures show big increase dwelling completions
Conall Mac Coille, Chief economist at Davy Stockbrokers, analyses the latest figures from the Central Statistic Office.
UK man linked to Coronavirus speaks out
Enda Brady of Sky News reports on the case of Steve Walsh who was linked to eleven Coronavirus cases.
Where do the parties stand on Government formation?
Political Correspondent, Michéal Lehane, on the attempts so far to form a Government and commentator and author Johnny Fallon on what next for Fianna Fáil.
Bumblebee population in drastic decline
Biologist, and environmental consultant Eanna Ni Lamhna says if want to halt the decline in bumblebees we need to plant more trees and wildflowers.
US Democratic race moves to New Hampshire
Bob Schmuhl, Emeritus Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame assesses the chances of US democratic presidential candidates following the Iowa voting debacle
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