22nd February 2024
The last of Ireland's payphone boxes are set to be disconnected by the end of the year
Of the 105 remaining kiosks, 11 will become digital kiosks, while the other 94 are set to be removed.
Bakhurst: Disclosing exit package info would be unlawful, but execs can 'waive confidentiality'
To Whom It Concerns, this year's Grand Marshal for the Dublin St Patrick's Day parade is...
Former Brazil and Barcelona footballer Dani Alves sentenced to 4.5 years in jail for rape
21st February 2024
How has Belfast's overgrown Casement Park become the latest pitch battle around cross-border funding?
Many unionists say they would prefer no Euro 2028 games to be hosted in Northern Ireland if Casement is the venue of choice.
Man who admitted to killing partner and three children in house fire sentenced to 29 years
Cease and desist notices issued to over 20 ‘dodgy box’ sellers in recent weeks
Tánaiste holds Russia responsible for Navalny's death after DFA summons ambassador to 'express outrage'
Woman charged with causing death of pregnant woman in Co Fermanagh collision
‘Rugby tackled’: New survey shows 27% of children with disabilities have been restrained at school
‘Hiding from M-hunters’: TikTok accused of pushing managers into issuing low performance reviews
20th February 2024
Here's what we know (and don’t know) about RTÉ exit payments
Some politicians have called details of exit packages of all executives dating back to 2016 to be published.
Pregnant woman killed after car collides with pedestrians in Co Fermanagh
Woman in her 20s dies following single-vehicle collision in Co Waterford
A new study says that a dislike of anti-car policies tends to change once plans are implemented
This week
18th February 2024 - 23rd February 2024
RTÉ to seek legal advice in coming days as Minister says broadcaster is at 'critical juncture'
The meeting was called by the Minister after Bakhurst released information on four executive departures from the public broadcaster since he took over last year.
Media Minister Catherine Martin has said she expressed her "frustration" and "concern" to Bakhurst today.
She said that a "cap on the levels of settlements made should be introduced".
Martin said that "this is a critical juncture" for RTÉ.
Two men arrested after reported kidnapping and assault in south Armagh
Girl aged 6 dies from injuries sustained in Westmeath crash last week
More applicants sought for Troubles' victims scheme, with close to £35 million paid out so far
Poll: Have you watched all the movies nominated for Best Film at the Bafta awards?
Gardaí appeal for information after Dublin hit-and-run leaves man with serious injuries
St John of God service users ‘alarmed’ by proposed transfer to HSE due to funding issues
Irish stars Cillian Murphy, Paul Mescal and Barry Keoghan in Bafta contention
Two people arrested after gun seizures, including submachine gun and sawn-off shotgun, in Dublin
US Secretary of State calls on new Stormont leaders to deliver prosperity for the North
Last week
11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Man (20s) dies following single-vehicle collision in Co Kilkenny
Poll: It's Ed Sheeran's birthday - do you like his music?
Man arrested after cocaine and cannabis worth close to €6.5 million seized at Rosslare Europort
Bernie Sanders event at Trinity College interrupted by protester challenging him on Gaza stance
House explosion in US state of Virginia kills firefighter and injures 11 others
Biden says Putin 'responsible' for Navalny's death, Tánaiste calls it reminder of 'repressive' regime
St John of God services to be transferred to HSE by mid-August ‘due to insufficient funding’
Tributes paid as 15-year-old girl killed in two-vehicle collision in Co Tipperary named locally
Drogheda TD says O’Gorman made ‘arrogant decision’ in housing asylum seekers in local hotel
Prince Harry to discuss King Charles' cancer diagnosis in US television interview