Minister's comments on QIH attacks 'unhelpful' - AGSI
Minister of State Michael D'Arcy is under pressure to clarify his remarks blaming frontline gardai over the lack of response to threats to Quinn Industrial Holdings executives. Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
New law aimed at protecting cyclists on the roads to take effect
From midnight, dangerous overtaking of cyclists will incur a fixed charge fine of up to 120 euros and a minimum of three penalty points. Moya Murdoch Chief Executive of the Road Safety Authority., gives her reaction.
Co Down man to challenge extradition warrant over Essex deaths
A Co Down man wanted in connection with the deaths of 39 people who were found in a trailer in Essex is to challenge a warrant for his extradition to the UK. Our Courts reporter, Vivienne Traynor, has more.
Gardai say there's been a jump recently in what's described of Invoice Redirect Fraud and CEO Fraud. One businessman lost close to a half a million euro. Detective Chief Superintendent Pat Lordan, from the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau, explains more.
'Climate anxiety' and how to prevent it in young people
All this week on TV, Radio and Online, RTÉ is looking at the Climate change issue as part of 'RTÉ on Climate'. In this report, Cian McCormack looks at the issue of so-called 'Climate anxiety', where children could be overwhelmed by news of Climate change.