On Monday, RTÉ gave a powerful example of a core obligation of public service broadcasting — tell the truth, even if the sky should fall in.
Ireland has been hit with extreme snowfall as far back as the 9th century, according to a RTÉ documentary.
The country has more than adequate supplies of salt for gritting icy roads this winter, according to the Government.
THE flooding that devastated parts of Cork and other places was unexpected, coming as it did in the final days of June.
Ireland is bracing itself for storms, rainfall and gale force winds usually seen in October and November as the country is set to be hit with an average month of June rainfall in just two days.
“MONEY, horse racing and women, three things the boys just can’t figure out.”
Sleet is forecast to fall over much of the country today as local authorities warn that many reservoirs are at an extremely low level.
Disinfectants designed to keep bacteria out of homes and hospitals could be fuelling the growth of superbugs, a study suggests.
Ireland’s Kenny Egan had to settle for a silver medal at the Workers’ Gymnasium today.
THE year is about to come to a wet and windy end with severe storms set to batter the country.
WEATHER forecaster Joan Blackburn was told her diction was a problem after being dropped from the panel of television broadcasters last summer, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) heard yesterday.
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