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This year
RTÉ says it will not release the names of top 100 earners
A tranche of documents were supplied to the Oireachtas Media Committee today.
Biden faces scrutiny after two sets of classified documents found
The revelation that Biden potentially mishandled classified or presidential records could prove to be a political headache.
Last year
RTÉ Investigates reveals new evidence into 1985 death of Fr Niall Molloy
A law lecturer told the programme that Flynn may have been convicted for the death if his psychiatric assessment was available to the prosecution
Documents damaged in 1922 Four Courts fire to be restored and made public
A virtual record of documents from Ireland’s past will be launched online for the public.
All time
IRFU to publish reports in major u-turn after letter from women's players
The union says players’ views “will be listened to and fed into future planning.”
'Pandora Papers' expose offshore assets of heads of state and government
The investigation is based on the leak of some 11.9 million documents from 14 financial services companies around the world.
ODCE may make submissions on 1,100 documents John Delaney claims are covered by legal privilege
Mr Delaney says the material cannot be used as part of the investigation because they are covered by Legal Professional Privilege (LPP).
Passport Office unable to say when people who sent their passport in pre-lockdown will get it back
The Passport Office has said it won’t resume normal service until the end of Level 5 restrictions.
'Stunningly brazen': Trump criticised for refusing to release Democrat memo on Russia probe
Trump sanctioned the release of a Republican memo about the probe but is refusing to publish the Democrat one.
Documents reveal Dan Carter fined €1000 for drink driving
The 35-year-old two-time World Cup winner who plays at Paris club Racing 92 was arrested in February.
US release trove of secret files on JFK assassination - but 300 are delayed on national security grounds
Kennedy scholars have said the documents were unlikely to contain any bombshell revelations.
Drivers have been acting the absolute goat on Ireland's roads in the last 24 hours
Faked insurance discs, a doctored disabled pass, and rampant speeding are just some of the offences the road traffic corps have been battling.
Man arrested in Wexford in connection with London terror attack released without charge
He was arrested yesterday and released without charge this afternoon.
Macron says hacked documents have been mixed with false ones to 'sow doubt and disinformation'
A flood of internal documents were released online last night, barely 24 hours before the election.
Mother and baby homes believed to give Irish women 'every chance of keeping their secret'
A report into ‘destitute Irish girls’ investigated the problem of unmarried pregnant women travelling to England.
Body of Irish woman (83) found in sea off Santa Ponsa
The woman’s body was found by Russian holidaymakers this morning.
Sinéad O'Connor on tax defaulters list over €160k settlement
There were also a number of settlements between other individuals and Revenue that totalled over €1m.
Luke 'Ming' Flanagan refuses to take down 'reading room farce' video
He put up a video earlier this week showing his difficulty accessing documents related to secret US/EU trade negotiations.
Greenpeace leaks secret TTIP files, attacks "transfer of power from people to big business"
Irish MEP Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan said today that the leaked documents showed “exactly why the negotiations need to be out in the open”.
This is how you can send web articles to your Kindle for reading later
If you want to read a few articles later, this will make it easier on your eyes.
Australian man in five year battle to use penis doodle as his signature
Jared Hyams said it all started as a joke but when he received such opposition from government agencies he wanted to know why.
9/11 conspiracy theories were on Osama Bin Laden's reading list
The Al-Qaeda leader also appeared to have been interested in attacking the French economy.
Wikileaks has published thousands of leaked Sony emails
And it’s all in a searchable archive. Handy.
Investigation launched after thousands of personal documents found on side of road
Confidential documents were scattered on the Tuam to Athenry road.
Irish Water will consider extending October 31 deadline for applications
The utility also apologised for the long waits some customers are experiencing when contacting the helpline.
Micheál Martin asks Enda Kenny to withdraw a 'partisan slur', Taoiseach declines
A long-running row over whether documents about the bank guarantee went missing in the Department of the Taoiseach continued today.
Here's a letter giving state approval of Tuam mother and baby home
The letter on behalf of the Minister for Health of the day was issued to mother and baby homes who were seeking approval as maternity homes.
Letters and wills of World War I soldiers made available online
The newly-available batch includes the will of Irish poet Francis Ledwidge.
More than €12 million spent training Irish language graduates to translate EU legislation
To prepare for the end to derogation of the Irish language, more Irish speakers will be needed to translate EU documents.
Man convicted in relation to deaths of immigrants on their way to Ireland freed on technicality
The man convicted for attempting to traffic adults and children to Ireland has been released because court documents went missing.
Grand jury voted to charge JonBenet Ramsey’s parents
New documents reveal that in 1999 a Colorado grand jury voted to charge the parents of the slain child beauty queen.
Irish embassy 'made contact with Greek police' over detention of Irishwoman's husband
Mark Marku has been sentenced to 18 years in prison in connection with a number of armed robberies.
Column: Bradley Manning broke the law, but he placed more value on morality than legality
Watching ‘Collateral Damage’ – footage that shows US military opening fire on men and children in Baghdad – one can see why Manning wanted the American people to see what was happening in their name, writes Neil Walsh.
FF: Claims of no bank guarantee documents are 'a lie', and this FOI proves it
The government continues to insist that there are no documents in existence which explain the rationale behind the decision to guarantee the banks in September 2008.
Column: Transgender people should have the right to change their birth certificate
While most of us take for granted having a passport or birth certificate in our own name, transgender people must face awkward questions when they are asked to provide identification – this shouldn’t be the case, writes Aengus Ó Snodaigh.
National Library releases documents from Roger Casement's incarceration
Materials include portraits, documents relating to the degradation of his knighthood and touching letters to his family in the final days before his execution.
Commercial Court to allow cross examination of Quinn family
The order allows IBRC to question them about their about bank accounts as well as the alleged transfer of assets to offshore companies.
Pope's butler to stand trial over Vatileaks scandal
Paolo Gabriele is accused of stealing secret documents and leaking them to the press.
Sun newspaper ordered to give documents to Louis Walsh
The entertainment manager is suing the newspaper for defamation over an article about allegations of a sexual assault in the toilets of Krystle nightclub.
Pope's butler arrested over Vatican leaks - report
Vatican says man arrested today was caught in possession of secret documents.