Settling in: Drivetime’s Cormac Ó hEadhra and Sarah McInerney

It’s the economy, stupid. For anyone wondering why Donald Trump’s support has held far firmer than polls predicted, the well-burnished chestnut about (...)

Paschal Donohoe’s double act with Michael McGrath may have got off to a reasonable start, but they shouldn’t congratulate themselves too much just yet.

Of the many faultlines that can cause tension between coalition partners, from policy differences to personality clashes, there are surely few more fr(...)

Cormac Ó hEadhra and Sarah McInerney had their news chops put to the test on Monday. Photograph: Kieran Harnett

It’s Monday on Freshers’ Week, and there’s a giddy atmosphere as the new arrivals from Galway get to know each other. Indeed, so pumped is Cormac Ó hE(...)

RTÉ has clarified remarks made by one of its senior radio officials, who said broadcaster Seán O’Rourke would never work for the station again, and left the door open to him possibly returning in the future. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

RTÉ has clarified remarks made by one of its senior radio officials, who said that broadcaster Seán O’Rourke would never work for the station again, (...)

Sean O’Rourke. Photograph: Frank Miller / THE IRISH TIMES

RTÉ has cancelled its future plans with broadcaster Sean O’Rourke as a result of the Oireachtas golf dinner in Clifden. Mr O’Rourke was one of the m(...)

A commuter wearing a facemask on a Dublin Bus in Dublin’s city centre. Photo:Gareth Chaney/Collins

Two additional deaths from Covid-19 and 23 new confirmed cases of the disease were reported by Department of Health on Saturday. It brings the death (...)

 Passengers at Dublin Airport prepare for their trips. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Another person diagnosed with Covid-19 has died, the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) reported on Saturday. This brings to 1,741 the to(...)

Cormac Ó hEadhra: the RTÉ Radio 1 presenter is not a natural diplomat

Just for a minute, as Cormac Ó hEadhra and his guests discuss the formation of the new Government, it’s almost like old times. And, no, it’s not just (...)

Dr Cillian De Gascun (left), chair of the Covid-19 expert advisory group, and Dr Ronan Glynn, deputy Chief Medical Officer, attend a press conference at the Department of Health in recent days. Mr De Gascun said it was “certainly possible” that some restrictions would have to be retained until a vaccine for coronavirus is developed. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Lockdown measures to help stem the spread of coronavirus could remain in place into the winter, the chair of the Health Service Executive’s expert adv(...)

Katie Hannon: versatile and personal

In a week when divisions in the Dáil grow ever greater, there’s a heartening show of political unity on the Late Debate (RTÉ Radio 1, Tuesday-Thursday(...)

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