Organisation: Prime Time
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Searches are due to resume off Co Mayo today for the lost crew of Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116.
Sat, 15 Jul, 2017
Four months after the Rescue 116 disaster off Black Rock fresh questions have been raised about when the company responsible for an onboard warning system were first alerted to shortcomings in the system,
Thu, 13 Jul, 2017
When Pope John Paul II elevated Desmond Connell to the archdiocese of Dublin in January 1988, he was far from being the first choice.
Wed, 22 Feb, 2017
Concerns have been raised about the potential €8.5m cost of building a new presidential library in the hometown of a former holder of the office, Mary Robinson.
Fri, 28 Oct, 2016
One of the whistleblowers at the centre of the latest Garda scandal has said he has strong reservations about any judge-led inquiry, the Irish Examiner can reveal.
Fri, 07 Oct, 2016
Former Console boss Paul Kelly and his wife and son spent almost €500,000 on designer clothes, foreign trips, groceries, and other expenses between 2012 and 2014, an RTÉ investigation has claimed.
Wed, 29 Jun, 2016
Fri, 20 May, 2016
Thu, 19 May, 2016
There is another year remaining on the majority of the GAA’s media rights packages but the countdown to the next set of agreements, shaping up to be the most lucrative yet, has already begun.
Tue, 22 Dec, 2015
Thu, 10 Dec, 2015
Wed, 11 Nov, 2015
GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail says The Sunday Game has become “predictable” and “tiresome” in its negativity.
Tue, 25 Aug, 2015
Eight hospitals, five of them taxpayer-funded, are under investigation amid claims staff got gifts from a medical supplies firm in return for contracts and commercially sensitive information.
Sat, 18 Jul, 2015
Senior staff in a number of the country’s hospitals have been accused of taking expensive gifts and holidays from a surgical supplies company in breach of the rules of their employment.
Fri, 17 Jul, 2015
The State has paid almost €1bn to private operators to run Direct Provision centres for asylum seekers since 2000, an RTÉ Prime Time report has found.
Fri, 03 Jul, 2015
I would often say how worrying it was that Denis O’Brien had such control over the Irish media, writes
Fri, 05 Jun, 2015
“Numerous” cases “as sad and as serious” as the Portlaoise Hospital baby deaths scandal are occurring at “other sites around the country”, previously unseen HSE correspondence has claimed.
Wed, 13 May, 2015
The current appetite for “edgy and groundbreaking journalism” led RTÉ to “devour good editorial practice” when it screened the Prime Time documentary about Fr Kevin Reynolds, one of its main news anchors has said.
Thu, 12 Feb, 2015
The appeal by former minister for justice Alan Shatter against a decision of the Data Protection Commissioner that he breached the Data Protection Act has been dismissed in the Circuit Civil Court.
Thu, 22 Jan, 2015
The Minister for Primary and Social Care has said she expects more concerns to be raised about care homes and disability services following the
Fri, 19 Dec, 2014
A North Dublin creche is being prosecuted following an investigation by RTE's Prime Time into alleged mistreatment of children.
Mon, 13 Oct, 2014
WHATEVER the new Cabinet dredges up to present as the buried treasure for which it is worth staying in Government, I hope it’s not a second year of free preschool education.
Thu, 10 Jul, 2014
I’VE decided how I will vote in the Labour leadership elections. All these years a rank-and-file member, and now I have a say in who should lead my party.
Tue, 24 Jun, 2014
As one of those mentioned in Victoria White’s original article on this issue (‘Prime Time’ and RTÉ are in denial of the truth about climate change, April 3), and in the light of Donogh Diamond’s defence of the programme in question (Existence of climate change never at issue, April 7), I would appreciate an opportunity to comment briefly.
Sat, 12 Apr, 2014
The ‘Prime Time’ debate on climate change set out to discuss solutions, not the existence of the problem, says Donogh Diamond.
Mon, 07 Apr, 2014
Justice Minister Alan Shatter is expected to come under renewed pressure to apologise to two Garda whistleblowers after a “damning” Garda Inspectorate report criticises the cancellation of penalty points by members of the force.
Wed, 12 Mar, 2014
IT’S GETTING so it’s difficult to keep up. Since Christmas, we’ve had to work hard to keep abreast of all the unfolding scandals, while simultaneously maintaining our healthy sense of national moral indignation.
Fri, 21 Feb, 2014
New information has come to light revealing that the government failed to issue a public warning on the dangers of thalidamide in the 1960s, which may have led to up to 9 Irish babies being adversely affected by it.
Tue, 17 Dec, 2013
Two complaints against RTÉ’s Liveline have been upheld by broadcasting watchdog the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) after it found a Catholic priest had been harassed following a magazine article linking the Taoiseach with King Herod.
Fri, 28 Jun, 2013
The minister for children gave one of the creches at the centre of allegations of mistreatment a clean bill of health just a year earlier after parents reported another incident there to both the HSE and to the gardaí.
Fri, 31 May, 2013
Another creche scandal, more public outrage — and same old replies from HSE and government.
Thu, 30 May, 2013
BABIES shouldn’t go to creches.Nor should toddlers. Three-year-olds shouldn’t go to creche full-time. It’s as simple as that.
Thu, 30 May, 2013
The family of Alan Ryan, the Real IRA leader shot in Dublin this week, has accused the gardaí of “obvious disinterest” in his murder.
Wed, 12 Sep, 2012
RTÉ has announced a radical overhaul of its news and current affairs structures days before the publication of a damning watchdog report into its broadcast of a defamatory Prime Time Investigates programme.
Wed, 04 Apr, 2012
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has said there is no fresh evidence that would warrant another inquiry into the 'Frontline' presidential debate programme.
Tue, 13 Mar, 2012
THE results of two reports into the controversial RTÉ Prime Time Investigates programme which defamed Fr Kevin Reynolds are due to be considered by the RTÉ Authority next week.
Thu, 08 Dec, 2011
THE FAMILY of another missionary who was accused of abuse in RTÉ’s Mission to Prey documentary is accusing RTÉ of unfairly targeting their relative.
Wed, 23 Nov, 2011
WITHIN a fortnight, Anglo Irish Bank is to call in almost €2 billion in personal guarantees given by Sean Quinn in a court case which may result in the largest ever judgment in Irish legal history.
Fri, 04 Nov, 2011
ALTHOUGH it hoped to promote its brand through acquiring the naming rights for the new stadium at Lansdowne Road in a €44 million sponsorship deal, Aviva staff felt there was nothing very sporting about the manner in which the company announced its decision to cut 950 jobs in Ireland.
Thu, 20 Oct, 2011
SPECULATION was mounting last night that private health insurer Aviva could shed up to half its Irish workforce as it moves to restructure its European business.
Wed, 05 Oct, 2011
GARDA associations have again warned of the consequences of cutting officer numbers after a leaked internal Garda document predicted up to 7% of garda stations could be without a permanent garda due to voluntary redundancies.
Fri, 02 Sep, 2011
A GOVERNMENT review of the taxi industry will examine the law to see if there are ways to refuse criminals from obtaining a licence — and even take back licences from criminals who already have one.
Thu, 09 Jun, 2011
MORE than 160 people set to work with vulnerable patients in hospitals, nursing homes and other facilities were blocked from taking up posts after garda checks.
Mon, 30 May, 2011