The Missing MH37008/04/15
With the discovery of debris belonging to the missing flight MH370 at the weekend, we spoke to David Gallo, an expert in the field who co-led the successful international effort to find the remains of the Air France flight 447.
John Cooke reports on the three teenage offenders still missing from the Oberstown Youth Detention Centre. Where are they? And what does their escape and the findings by HIQA earlier this year say about the facility built to replace St Patrick's...
Belfast Mother Murdered
Jennifer Dornan's body was found in her burned-out home in Dunmurry in Northern Ireland on Sunday. She was a young mother of three and the PSNI have launched a murder investigation...RTE's Northern Ireland reporter, Brendan Wright gave us the detail...
There are calls both here and in the USA for the disgraced ex-Ireland swimming coach, George Gibney's immigration status to be looked at. There are questions on how he obtained a Green card despite being charged with multiple sex offences here in...
Domestic Abuse & Immigrants
In the United States, many undocumented Irish find themselves in situations where they are victims of domestic abuse but are unable to report the crimes because of their legal status. Rhona Tarrant reports from Boston with further analysis from...
A former trader at UBS and Citigroup in London was yesterday sentenced to 14 years in prison for his part in the Libor rigging scandal. We look at what the length of his sentence tells us about hardening attitudes to white collar crime...
Minister Paschal Donohoe
As the next phase of Dublin's Luas line gets underway today and with the suggestion that Iarnrod Eireann could go bust if European plans to open up the rail system to competition go ahead, Cormac spoke to Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport,...
Time to down-size? Advice from Jill Kerby and Karl Deeter
Life on Longwave
Robert Mulhern speaks to London Irish about their relationship with RTE Radio's Longwave service
Next week, the inaugural TV debate in the Republican presidential nomination race will take place. Sixteen candidates are currently fighting in the polls to be included in the broadcast. We spoke to Chris Nixon Cox, the grandson of the late President...
On This Day - Francis Ledwidge
Myles Dungan recalls the life and political leanings of the war poet who fought for the British Army but wrote poetry for the 1916 rebels...
Guilty but Insane
Thirty six year old Saverio Ballente, the Sicilian man who killed Thomas O'Gorman was found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity today. Paul Reynolds reports on what went on in court - and we hear also from Criminal Defense solicitor, Dara...
Victim Support at Court
Today is the last day of the law term before the summer break. But when they're sitting, courts are often very busy and very intimidating places, especially for victims of crime and their families. Brian Lally reports on the work being done by Victim...
Sentencing of Three Anglo Officials
Three former Anglo officials were sentenced today. Orla O'Donnell was there for the verdicts and we hear also about the background to each of the three individuals, with further reaction from John Devitt of Transparency Ireland
Mark Burke - One year On
Mark Burke's body was discovered in a skip at a Dublin recycling plant one year ago. His family have renewed their appeal for any information on the death of the father of seven. Della Kilroy spoke to them...
Afghan Prisoner Attacked at Cloverhill
During the riot at Cloverhill prison yesterday, a 21-year-old was held hostage and badly beaten by a group of prisoners. His solicitor spoke to Mary....
Anglo Officials found Guilty
Three former Anglo Irish Bank officials were today found guilty of trying to hide accounts connected to the bank's chairman, Sean Fitzpatrick. We hear the report of the verdict and the background to the case....
The Minister of State at the Department of Finance reacts to the latest CSO figures which indicate Ireland is the fastest growing economy in the EU
Today at the Banking Inquiry
Fergal Keane takes us through the evidence of businessman and friend of the former Taoiseach Brian Cowen, Fintan Drury with further analysis by Tom Lyons of The Sunday Business Post
Is there a fix for Irish Water?
Various opponents of Irish Water have been putting forth alternative models they say could still be rolled out...Michael Taft of the UNITE trade union and Right2Water gives his view at this point...
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