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When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex
'If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck...' - Dublin MEP candidates clash over potential for EU army
Shell is being prosecuted over emissions at Corrib gas refinery
The cabinet, including the three ministers who lost their seats, will meet tomorrow
Labour wants to replace the Eighth Amendment with a UK-style abortion law
Joan Burton is facing a motion of no confidence over 'blatant cronyism'
Is Ireland changing its attitude to electric cars?
Whatever happened to that broadcasting charge we were supposed to pay this year?
With Labour in the doldrums, could this guy have done a better job than Joan?
'We can’t have a law that excludes things just because somebody’s offended'
Why Ireland won't be turning to nuclear energy anytime soon
Watch TDs have a huge row about having nothing to talk about
Taxi driver who received late-night call from minister questions his version of events
Does Labour really want to repeal the 8th Amendment?
Labour's next leader, from most to least likely
We finally have a timeline for when all Ireland will get decent broadband
Mary Lou says Joan Burton is 'giving two fingers' to the public
Donegal could face a bit of a wait for broadband
Is your area FINALLY going to get super-fast broadband?
Sinn Féin wants to hear more Irish music on the radio
Dáil suspended after another MASSIVE row
Could RTÉ sell off some its Donnybrook land to make some cash?
Sky and UPC may have to hand over customer data in crackdown on licence fee dodgers
The Government is thinking up new ways to stop you from being hacked
Poll: Should more be done to develop renewable energy in Ireland?
There are some major holes in Ireland's renewable energy plans
Where have you seen these political faces before?
Good news for Airtricity customers: Your bills will be lower from April
Government accused of 'complete hypocrisy' over Irish Water board ... but they're having none of it
'His courage will inspire many others who would like to be open about who they are'
Poll: Should Ireland consider nuclear power?
Ireland 'cannot rule out' nuclear power says the Energy Minister
The government doesn't want one person owning the Irish media
Soon you can watch Ireland's newest TV station anywhere, despite its rival's best efforts
This is what the government's National Broadband Plan for rural Ireland looks like
'You wouldn't see this on Father Ted' - Why bad broadband is hurting rural Ireland
'We don't want to privatise Irish Water but no-one believes politicians when we say that'
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Aengus Mac Grianna is a popular staffer - he's been voted on the board of RTÉ