Jane O'Sullivan

Jane O'Sullivan

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

People smugglers paid up to €20,000, says gardaí and plan to rejuvenate rural Ireland

Property developer Owen O'Callaghan dies

Property developer Owen O'Callaghan dies

The man behind the Liffey Valley and Mahon Point shopping centres also found himself at the centre of the Mahon Tribunal

Paddy Power takes Q4 revenue hit due to adverse betting results

Paddy Power takes Q4 revenue hit due to adverse betting results

Trump's surprise victory in the US election cost the bookmaker £5 million

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Government at risk as Fianna Fáil frustration grows and €60 million fund for rural development

Brexit: May's speech, running out of office space and Lloyd's of Dublin

Brexit: May's speech, running out of office space and Lloyd's of Dublin

Our weekly round-up of Brexit-related developments beyond the main headlines

Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

May mixes menace with mollification and promise of a new deal on home care

Key points from the Irish Stock Exchange's annual review

Key points from the Irish Stock Exchange's annual review

Equity market turnover rose for the fifth year in a row in 2016, the exchange said

Theresa May rules out remaining in the EU single market

Theresa May rules out remaining in the EU single market

British prime minister also said maintaining common travel area with Ireland was a priority

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

Call for calm as North prepares for election and government considers pay rise for public servants

Sterling slides as fears of 'hard' Brexit grow

Sterling slides as fears of 'hard' Brexit grow

The pound fell ahead of a key speech by UK prime minister Theresa May tomorrow

NBRU won't compromise on bus workers' terms and conditions

NBRU won't compromise on bus workers' terms and conditions

Staff at Bus Éireann are due to be presented with cost-saving proposals by management today

Gap between rich and poor is growing, Oxfam says, ahead of Davos

Gap between rich and poor is growing, Oxfam says, ahead of Davos

Just eight men have as much money as the poorest half of the world's population, Oxfam says

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Fears of hard Brexit grow and school baptism rule to be scrapped

Brexit - a weekly roundup

Brexit - a weekly roundup

Brexit costs Irish food and drink exporters €570 million and Japanese foreign minister visits Dublin

Tullow Oil founder to step down as CEO after 31 years

Tullow Oil founder to step down as CEO after 31 years

Aidan Heavey will become chairman of the exploration group for a period of up to two years