As Bertie Ahern claims the 'prophets of doom' have got it wrong about the future of the Irish economy, John Byrne asks four leading Irish economists if, and how, Ireland's economic success will continue.
Hundreds attend protest outside Store St Garda station to commemorate man who died after being found unconscious in a Garda cell. By John Byrne
Ex-intelligence officer Martin Ingram approached a UK-based publisher alleging that Martin McGuinness was a British agent, but was rejected because of lack of evidence. John Byrne reports
The death of Mícheál O'Riordan, former general secretary of the Communist Party of Ireland, International Brigader and staunch advocate of the rights of the working class, marks the end of an era.
The families of the men killed by Gardaí at Lusk post office speak for the first time to John Byrne
Garda killings and harassment
The solicitor for a 20 year old man who died after falling ill in Limerick prison claims that negligence by prison authorities may have contributed to his death.
The transformation of The Da Vinci Code into a film has been fraught with tensions between the film's makers and Christian organisations.