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The court heard RTÉ told the Government proposed advertising slogans for the referendum were political.

RTÉ told the Department of Children and Youth Affairs a month before the Children Referendum that slogans in the Government’s proposed ads for (...)

Independent House: The company plans to introduce metering for its website.

The Irish Independent will introduce a metered paywall on its website “qui(...)

Noel Curran, RTÉ director-general,  in the recently-created RTÉ Digital area at Montrose in Donnybrook, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

In the RTÉjr studio on launch day, there are milkshakes, puppets and hula hoops. Brendan O’Connor is among the grown-ups enlisted to read stori(...)

Alice Kelly, from Blackwater, Co Wexford at Punchestown races yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The race of the day turned out to be the anti-climax of the day for the punters yesterday. Much of the anticipation was(...)

Noel Curran, director-general of RTÉ: “We’re not getting any licence fee increase, so we’re being eaten.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Government has “big choices” to make on the future of RTÉ, director-general Noel Curran has said, as he signalled the broadcaster’s desire to c(...)

Over the past 12 months, Marian Finucane has shed 73,000 listeners on a Sunday, while her Saturday audience has fallen by 27,000 listeners. Photograph: Eric Luke

RTÉ’s weekend radio audiences continue to fall, with listeners deserting Marian Finucane, the latest Joint National Listenership Research surve(...)

The two men, who are now in their 40s, have alleged that they were abused by the sports coach  in the 1980s when they were aged just 14 and that the abuse continued on a near weekly basis in the man’s home and elsewhere until they were aged 17 and 16.

TWO MEN who made a complaint to gardaí that they were abused by a sports coach in Waterford have expressed shock and anger after learning that the (...)

In the blizzard of criticism of the wavering accuracy of journalism in a report-first, double-check later era, it’s easy to overlook a related (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said protection from the threat of compulsory redundancies was an inherent part of the Croke Park II agreement.

The prospect of compulsory redundancies in the public service will arise in the absence of agreement on pay cuts, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said(...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte: said there was ’no particular will on behalf of the Government’ to impose redundancies. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Minister for Communications, Energy, and Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte said this morning the Government has ruled out compulsory redundancies in i(...)

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