Tests were carried out for the Ebola virus and isolation procedures were put in place after a death in Co Donegal. The man was found dead late last night and taken to Letterkenny General Hospital (pictured). Photograph: Google Street View

Gavigan told Sean O’Rourke on RTÉ radio.“And that was the first that they knew, basically the nation knew(...)

Photograph: Domnick Walsh/Eye Focus

(...)-time teaching. I taught adult literacy and did some work with Radio Kerry and taught night classes in creative(...)

Shopping trollies can be seen chained together as part of a protest by farmers over beef prices  outside a Tesco store in Naas,  Co Kildare yesterday. Photograph: IFA via Twitter

(...) issues which have created a huge amount of confusion amongst farmers,” he said.Mr Coveney told RTÉ radio(...)

 “One can’t deny that things are improving, but I see at least another 18 months before we see a sustained level of growth in retail.” Conor Whelan at Eason’s flagship store on O’Connell Street, Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke

(...)-executive directors Sharon McCabe, the pharmacist, and Gervaise Slowey, the chief executive of Denis O’Brien’s radio(...)

Remembering Albert Reynolds

Sir, – As a former news editor on Shannonside Radio, I had occasion to have interviewed the late(...)

In lieu of personality: Emily Browning in God Help the Girl

(...) delivered as dialogue. Stuart Maconie’s voice on the radio provides the only evidence of life. “Don’t Give(...)

(...) done by the MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra. If you like the sound of breathy flute (Theodossi(...)

(...) board for the album – including Brazilian electro-poppers CSS, Sitek’s bandmates from TV On The Radio(...)

Anthony Shahid of the Tauheed youth group (right) prays with demonstrators and along with members of the Justice for Michael Brown Leadership Coalition march today near the Buzz Westfall Justice Centre where a grand jury will hear the case on the August 9th shooting of Michael Brown, after a further night of demonstrations and protests, in Clayton, Missouri. Photograph: EPA/Larry W Smith

(...) short of ordering a recusal, and in a radio interview McCulloch, who has defended his impartiality(...)

Over 2,000 people living in older housing estates on the north side of Limerick city have been advised by the Health Service Executive (HSE) not to drink their water or use it for for preparing food, following the detection of elevated lead levels.

(...).Speaking on Limerick’s Live 95FM radio MS Walshe defended the length of time it took Irish Water to inform(...)