Irish Times Washington Correspondent Suzanne Lynch reports on the escalating political divisions in the US which have spread to the foreign travel plans of both Democratic House speaker Pelosi and President Trump
Head of Salesforce in Ireland David Dempsey says he is confident that skills shortages and housing challenges will not pose a challenge for attracting employees. IDA Chief Executive, Martin Shanahan says today's announcement proves the attractiveness of Dublin as a location for companies employing skilled workers
Garda Superintendent Gerard Donnelly outlines what is known of the murder of Zach Parker so far, while RTÉ Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports the murder may be related to drug dealing activity, for which the victim had a previous conviction
Alibhe Conneely of our Political Staff reports on how the Dáil was told that a women carrying a baby suffering from a fatal foetal abnormality was not granted a termination at the Coombe Hospital in Dublin
outhern Editor Paschal Sheehy speaks to Fianna Fáil MEP for Munster, Brian Crowley, on why he will not be seeking re-election to the European Parliament this May, also reaction from our Political Correspondent Micheál Lehane
Irish Times Courts Correspondent Mary Carolan reports that anti-eviction activist Ben Gilroy has been jailed for three months over failure to comply with a High Court order to complete 80 hours community service after he admitted criminal contempt.
Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports that the chair of the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board Tom Costello acknowledged 'very significant' cost overruns with the project. Fianna Fail's Health Spokesperson, Stephen Donnelly, says there is absolutely no accountability when it comes to the project...
The founder of Supermac's, Pat McDonagh says today's landmark win is one that 'opens the door' to bring the Supermac's name to Europe, while Retail Management lecturer at the Dublin Institute of Technology, Damien O'Reilly gives his assessment on McDonald's loss of exclusivity on the 'Big Mac' brand
HSE Senior Executive, Liam Woods on how the current figure of 600 patients on trolleys could rise and he outlines HSE strategy around managing hospital appointments on days when nurses are due to strike
RTÉ London Correspondent, Fiona Mitchell describes the atmosphere around Westminster ahead of tonight's Withdrawal Bill vote while Political Correspondent, Michael Lehane reports the Cabinet here has been making decisions around a 'no deal' Brexit outcome