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RTÉ director-general Dee Forbes told the Minister for Communications “the proposed reforms do not appear to meet either the urgency or the scale of the challenges identified”. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Proposed changes to the television licence fee system “will not alleviate the crisis” in public broadcasting and will instead likely “make the crisis (...)

The Britain team form a huddle on the world’s first fully portable international standard hockey pitch during the match with New Zealand at Twickenham Stoop in June. photograph: Alex Davidson/Getty

In June of this year, the world’s first fully portable international standard hockey pitch was installed at The Twickenham Stoop ahead of the Pro Leag(...)

Aran Islands Co-op Recycling Project members pictured with (second from left) Minister for Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton

The Aran Islands Co-op Recycling Project has been awarded the top prize at the 2019 Pakman Awards for its work transforming waste and recycling infras(...)

Maybe the best One Change we can make is to lobby RTÉ and the other national stations to start creating programmes like the excellent podcasts on climate change.

Radio and television have been slow to inform audiences about the challenges of climate change and the potential actions we can take to alleviate the (...)

Saoirse McHugh, who will stand for the Green Party in Mayo in the next general election. Photograph: John Nikolai

Five months ago, Saoirse McHugh was the story of the European Parliament elections for 36 hours when it looked for a time like she could win a seat fo(...)

Mary Manning was raped and repeatedly beaten by her step-father Sean McDarby.

A woman who was raped for years by her stepfather for years from the age of 10, leading to the birth of five of her children, has spoken about how she(...)

Joe Duffy discussed the gunpoint robbery in Dublin on Liveline this week

As Halloween looms, scary stuff is everywhere, from horror movies and fright masks to the dental apocalypse of sugary trick-or-treat hauls. But for th(...)

The rising prisoner population in Ireland could “undermine” the progress of penal reform, a new report has found. The Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT(...)

Passengers have reached record numbers on the Irish Rail network, but an extra 41 carriages won’t be ready for another two years. Photograph: Eric Luke

A plan by Irish Rail to introduce ‘pre-book only’ services during peak times has been denounced as “absolutely unacceptable” by a senior Fine Gael TD (...)

RTÉ Radio 1’s Morning Ireland studio. The latest figures show the breakfast news programme has 429,000 listeners.

Morning Ireland has extended its lead as Ireland’s most popular radio programme. The Radio 1 breakfast programme now has a listenership of 429,000, ad(...)

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