Presenters Brian Carney and Rachel Wyse with hurling analysts Jamesie O’Connor and Ollie Canning ahead of the the first ever Sky Sports GAA broadcast between Kilkenny and Offaly at Nolan Park on Saturday. Photograph: Inpho/James Crombie

The Big Day was upon us, Gaelic Games’ debut on Sky. It being Sky you’d have anticipated a spectacular opening, perhaps Rachel Wyse and Brian Carney a(...)

Pictured at the launch of the 14th Annual Business Journalists Association of Ireland (BJAI) Corporate Challenge were: Niall Quinn, The Reputations Agency; Ciara Bermingham, Dublin Simon Community; RTE’s Bryan Dobson; Gina Kelly, BT Ireland and Mr Justice Peter Kelly

The Radisson hotel in Dublin city centre is the venue next Wednesday evening for the annual Corporate Deathmatch, sorry, Corporate Challenge in aid of(...)

Diarmaid MacCulloch, professor of the history of the Church at Oxford University: fell away from the church after being prevented from progressing beyond the post of deacon

Changing Attitude Ireland, a Church of Ireland group which promotes equality for LBGT people, has been invited to appear before the Church of Ireland (...)

Presenter Eileen Dunne in the “warmer” studio, billed by executive producer John O’Regan as “a refresh rather than a complete revamp”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

RTÉ will tonight unveil a new design on its main news bulletins, with the team behind the changes describing the look as “warmer”, “more contemp(...)

“We’re not just doing cute little stories for cute little girls in pink.” Sheila de Courcy, RTÉ head of children’s content, at the station’s  Montrose television studios

RTÉjr is celebrating its first birthday this week, and the channel will mark its new status as a one- year-old by staying up 10 minutes later e(...)

Bryan Dobson referred to ’idiots’ behind interviewee during news broadcast. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Seven complaints against RTE television’s Six One News have been rejected by the Broadcasti(...)

The Church of Ireland Select Committee on Sexuality was criticised today for having no gay members. The 16- member Committee was set u(...)

“When there’s a wild party even the good girls get into trouble,” said Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher in response to questions about thebank’s property lending in the boom years. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The worst might be over for the Irish banking sector but there can still be some uncomfortable moments for industry executives, as illustrated (...)

June Shannon: ‘The biggest improvement on the buses is the real-time information at bus stops, which is pretty accurate.’ Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The bus is at the bottom of the transport hierarchy. It is now languishing well below the bicycle. It was in this lowly position even before the natio(...)

 John Deasy: did not know if the referendum would call Mr Kenny’s leadership into question, but he believed his failure to engage in the debate was “a huge mistake”. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s failure to engage in public debate on the abolition of the Seanad was a “huge mistake”, according to a Government backbencher (...)