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# On the Record

Last year
Tánaiste 'confident' about exceeding this year's housing target but 'worried' about next year
Varadkar pointed to a ‘construction slowdown’ and added that the government will ‘redouble’ its efforts.
All time
'There's a generation of sportswriters in Ireland from the '90s who were massively influenced by American sports journalism'
Episode 15 of the Behind The Lines podcast – featuring Dave Hannigan – is out now.
An Australian politician proposed during a same-sex marriage debate and it was a lovely moment
“This debate has been the soundtrack to our relationship.”
2017 will be one of the hottest years on record
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) suggests human intervention might have a hand to play in the rising temperatures.
A referendum on the Eighth will be shaped by these 22 politicians. Here are their views on abortion
An Oireachtas committee meets for the first time in public today.
George W Bush isn't impressed with Trump's criticism of the media
Influential Trump aide Steve Bannon is fond of referring to the media as the “opposition party.”
Gerry Adams thinks his phone is being tapped
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking after independent TD Catherine Murphy said she’s been using ‘throwaway’ phones.
Here's the full transcript from David Nucifora's Aviva Stadium media briefing
The Australian performance director answered questions about NIQ signings, Robbie Henshaw and more.
Joan Burton's given an official Garda statement about Jobstown
Gardaí have also been trawling through video footage captured and uploaded to social media sites, as part of their follow-up investigations.
From 'conduct unbecoming' to 'Cowengate': Morning Ireland turns 30 today ... here are some highlights
It’ll be “business as usual” this morning according to RTÉ — but there may be some cake later… Anyway, let’s take a look back at 30 years of early starts and political drama…
We'll Leave it There So: Roy Keane's future at Villa, O'Gara cited again and all today’s sport
Also, Gary Neville wittily dissects Ryan Giggs’ famous goal against Arsenal, and the banned Mayo fan hits back.
John Delaney: 'Great pride and relief are the two overarching feelings'
FAI head is understandably delighted though was concious of political games ahead of vote.
Here's how many times Garth Brooks was mentioned in Leinster House last month...
Did you guess ‘between three and five times’?… Nope, higher. Much higher.
'Trust me, we will be back': RVP looks like he knows the next Manchester United manager quite well
He said ‘save this interview’, so they did.
Up to €50,000 was spent on maintaining Garda station recording equipment every year
Meanwhile, the Public Accounts Committee has agreed to seek all relevant information about the procurement of recording equipment by both the gardaí and the Irish Prison Service.
Conversations between 84 prisoners and their solicitors were ‘inadvertently recorded’
New revelations about recordings have been disclosed by the Taoiseach in the Dáil today.
Toothpaste, nebulous concepts and Pele: The rugby year in 39 quotes
A year of highs, lows and verbal body blows.
Could dressing room interviews become the norm in Irish sport?
Sports broadcasters are getting greater access to players but an American tradition has, so far, been avoided.
Here’s how Jim Furyk equalled the PGA tour record with stunning 59
The American is the sixth man in PGA history to shoot under 60, nobody has managed lower.
Ireland's Call - Part Two: You asked, O'Driscoll and Kidney answered
Your questions packed a punch this week but Brian and Declan did not shirk the challenge. Kevin McLaughlin had something to say too.