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Patrick Thornton of Terenure College holds on to Clontarf’s Jack Power during the All-Ireland League Division 1A game at  Castle Avenue. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

A nifty bit of soothsaying by the IRFU fixture planners has conjured up some mouth-watering showdowns in next Saturday’s final round of the All-Irelan(...)

Will Goodbody: new business editor of RTÉ News.

RTÉ News has appointed Will Goodbody as its new business editor. Mr Goodbody, who has been RTÉ’s science and technology correspondent since 2013, will(...)

RTÉ  environment editor  George Lee warned on Morning Ireland the end of the world is nigh

It’s just over a decade since listeners awoke to hear Morning Ireland (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) carry the startling news that Brian Cowen’s government h(...)

Denis O’Brien: The Story So Far:  David Murphy’s RTÉ documentary touched on the businessman’s immense philanthropic work rebuilding infrastructure in a battered Haiti. Photograph: Antonio Bolfo/Getty

What can you say about Denis O’Brien, “Ireland’s most controversial businessman”? It is not a trivial question. The man has, to put the matter at its (...)

Denis O’Brien at the Champ Mars refugee camp in Port au Prince, Haiti in 2010. Photograph: Antonio Bolfo/Getty Images

Good Girls Tuesday, Netflix Christina Hendricks heads up a cast of criminal moms in this comedy-drama that sounds like Desperate Housewives mixed with(...)

 Sophie O’Sullivan is presented with a medal from her mother Sonia at the Cork City Sports last year. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Sophie O’Sullivan, daughter of Olympic silver medallist Sonia O’Sullivan, will make her international debut in an Irish vest over 800 metres at the Eu(...)

David Murphy joined RTÉ in 2005

RTÉ business editor David Murphy will be leaving his position to take up a new role as political coverage editor. Mr Murphy’s new role will take him(...)

There are “decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen,” Lenin wrote of the tumultuous days of the Bolshevik revolution. H(...)

German prisoners taken during the ‘Hundred Days’ cycle of battles in summer 1918.

For the Allied armies, 1917 had ended on a grim note. Both the British and French armies had been badly damaged during their own offensives that year.(...)

Louise James outside the Lake of Shadows Hotel in Buncrana, Co Donegal after the inquest into the death of five of her family members. Photograph: PA

Sean McGrotty, who died along with four family members in Buncrana, Co Donegal last year, could have saved himself but chose not to, his partner Louis(...)

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