There was no note made of phonecall now at centre of row between Dept and RTÉ, Martin says
RTÉ board express 'great disappointment' at position Ní Raghallaigh was placed in by Martin
Catherine Martin says she's 'doing her best' in wake of departure of chair of RTÉ board
Members of the opposition have said Catherine Martin’s position as Media Minister is untenable.
Questions remain over who at Martin's Department knew what, and when, about the exit packages
A number of Government ministers have defended Martin
The RTÉ Board has said the Department of Media was informed in October 2023 of the approval of an exit package for Richard Collins
Former DCC boss Owen Keegan to take top job at Residential Tenancies Board
Tóibín will contest in the European elections, but will also seek re-election as TD later
How Siún Ni Raghallaigh was left with no choice but to quit after another chaotic week for RTÉ
Here’s an explainer of the events that led up to Ní Raghallaigh’s resignation in the early hours of the morning – and the fallout.
Biden announces 500 further sanctions on Russia over Navalny's death
New sexual violence agency opens today with plans to double refuge spaces across the country
Ministers back Catherine Martin as she faces calls to step down over RTÉ crisis
Pressure mounts on ‘extreme’ rules keeping ownership of some Irish companies shrouded in secrecy
'Watching in dismay': The letters sent by worried booksellers over the free books scheme
22nd February 2024
Minister fails to express confidence in chair of RTÉ board and summons her to morning meeting
‘How could I be misinformed?’ – Catherine Martin summons chair of RTÉ board to meeting.
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
'You’re all sound, noise and fury with no substance': Martin and Doherty clash over housing
Bakhurst: Disclosing exit package info would be unlawful, but execs can 'waive confidentiality'
Eurovision officials scrutinising Israel entry 'October Rain' amid concern over political lyrics
Israel may be asked to submit a new song or new lyrics if the current version is deemed unacceptable.
Person tried to get job at asylum seeker hostel to 'cause trouble and enact racial discrimination'
The individual was not hired after Dublin City Dorms carried out a background check.
A staff member at the centre raised security concerns with the International Protection Accommodation Services
Dublin City Dorms began operating as an accommodation centre in early 2023, having previously been a tourist hostel
The centre was among the buildings vandalised during the Dublin riots in November
21st February 2024
X tells private Oireachtas hearing it will abide by Irish hate speech laws
'The best solution': Taoiseach says Government wants to see a dual-use model used for D Hotel
'Serious damage can be done to democracy' — Electoral Commission warns about disinformation
Donnelly asks HSE to undo cuts to allowances as breast cancer survivors voice anger on Liveline
'One visit' to Israel not a reason to oppose von der Leyen’s second term bid, says McGrath
House prices are now higher than the peak of the Celtic Tiger boom in 2007
Ireland's national debt one of the highest in the world at €42,000 per person
Taoiseach accused of 'callous broken promises' over spinal surgery delays for children
Tánaiste holds Russia responsible for Navalny's death after DFA summons ambassador to 'express outrage'
FBI informant charged with lying about Joe Biden and son Hunter says 'Russian intel were involved'
Legislation allowing for soft opt-out organ donation to be passed by Dáil and Seanad today
Government to counter bill calling to boost the number of GPs in rural areas
20th February 2024
The male strip show 'scandal' has been making headlines in NI for three days - here's why...
The media can’t get enough of the Devenish story, but Northern Ireland has bigger things to worry about.
Cabinet told of Ireland's new target to reduce energy consumption
Referendum re-run to boost committee powers non-starter, say Govt sources but SF would 'think about it'
McDonald travelling to New York for Irish Unity summit, says party fundraising not part of trip
Varadkar says there are 'huge numbers' of people who want to be Fine Gael election candidates
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.
Taoiseach says there should be a cap on RTÉ exit payments
Irish travel ban for Israeli settlers likely, as disagreement remains at EU level
Sinn Féin pledges to re-run referendums if they fall and the party gets into government
Finance minister to meet Stormont counterpart, as UK govt tables motion reaffirming 'Acts of Union'
Garda reserve rules to be updated ahead of campaign launch to recruit 1,000 new hires