Last week
25th February 2024 - 2nd March 2024
Catherine Martin expected to meet RTÉ board today for first time since chair resigned
RTÉ News appoints Evelyn O'Rourke as new arts and media correspondent
Chair of Media Committee says questions still remain over departure of former RTÉ editor
Bakhurst takes to loudhailer at RTÉ staff rally, says it's been 'horrendous period' for workers
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has called for a focus to be put on public service broadcasting.
Timeline: Calls made before Martin’s Prime Time interview and Ní Raghallaigh's departure
RTÉ chair indicated ahead of Prime Time interview that she might resign, Media Committee told
Here’s a roundup of what you should know from tonight’s media committee hearing.
Catherine Martin grilled over Siún Ní Raghallaigh's resignation at Oireachtas Media Committee
The Minister told TDs and Senators that Siún Ní Raghallaigh had “indicated she might resign” ahead of Martin’s interview on Prime Time last Thursday.
Coalition leaders encourage former Sec Gen to appear before committee on latest RTÉ scandal
RTÉ staff to hold rally tomorrow, as opposition TDs say latest crisis is Media Minister's 'own making'
A roundup of the current RTÉ crisis (and what happens next) that you can read in four minutes flat
We take a look at where we are with the latest RTÉ drama and look at the questions facing the Minister of Media.
Poll: Have you renewed your TV licence since the RTÉ scandal started?
Government were made aware of new RTÉ exit package review arrangements in October
Ciaran Mullooly: RTÉ told staff to take our medicine because we were all equal - that was wrong
Last month
February 2024
RTÉ says Kneecap agreed not to wear pro-Palestine badges on The Late Late, but did anyway
There was no note made of phonecall now at centre of row between Dept and RTÉ, Martin says
RTÉ board express 'great disappointment' at position Ní Raghallaigh was placed in by Martin
Catherine Martin says she's 'doing her best' in wake of departure of RTÉ board chair
Members of the opposition have said Catherine Martin’s position as Media Minister is untenable.
Questions remain over who at Martin's Department knew what, and when, about the exit packages
A number of Government ministers have defended Martin
The RTÉ Board has said the Department of Media was informed in October 2023 of the approval of an exit package for Richard Collins
How Siún Ni Raghallaigh was left with no choice but to quit after another chaotic week for RTÉ
Here’s an explainer of the events that led up to Ní Raghallaigh’s resignation in the early hours of the morning – and the fallout.
Chair of RTÉ Board Siún Ní Raghallaigh resigns after minister fails to express confidence in her
While in the post, she has dealt with the fallout of the Ryan Tubridy payment scandal, and further controversy about exit payments in more recent weeks.
Bakhurst: Disclosing exit package info would be unlawful, but execs can 'waive confidentiality'
Varadkar says bringing RTÉ under remit of Comptroller and Auditor General is being considered
Number of TV licences being issued on the rise again despite latest RTÉ controversy
Referendum re-run to boost committee powers non-starter, say Govt sources but SF would 'think about it'
Here's what we know (and don’t know) about RTÉ exit payments
Some politicians have called details of exit packages of all executives dating back to 2016 to be published.
Taoiseach says there should be a cap on RTÉ exit payments
RTÉ to seek legal advice in coming days as Minister says broadcaster is at 'critical juncture'
The meeting was called by the Minister after Bakhurst released information on four executive departures from the public broadcaster since he took over last year.
Media Minister Catherine Martin has said she expressed her "frustration" and "concern" to Bakhurst today.
She said that a "cap on the levels of settlements made should be introduced".
Martin said that "this is a critical juncture" for RTÉ.
Kevin Bakhurst releases statement on the departures of four RTÉ executives since he took over
RTÉ asked musicians on last night's Late Late Show not to wear pro-Palestinian symbols
PAC to recommend RTÉ brought under remit of Comptroller and Auditor General
Can committees compel Dee Forbes to appear before them? TDs say they're considering it
Bakhurst seeks legal advice on revealing other RTÉ exit package payouts, assures minister O'Keeffe's €450K is correct amount
The Dáil heard accusations of other ‘golden handshakes’ at RTÉ this afternoon.
Sinn Féin's Pearse Doherty told the Dáil O'Keeffe's exit package was 'cooked up behind closed doors with no sign-off, no tax paid and no disclosure until yesterday'
Tánaiste says there must be full transparency around the payouts made to all RTÉ executives
The story of €450k: What we know about Breda O'Keeffe's RTÉ exit package
RTÉ paid its former Chief Financial Officer Breda O'Keeffe a €450,000 exit package
O’Keeffe previously told the Public Accounts Committee that she had availed of the scheme when she had left in 2020.
O'Keefe's exit fee was more than double the total of ten other inspected packages.
This was despite the fact the ex-financial controller not being applicable for the scheme in the first place.
The chair of the media committee has called on Dee Forbes to make herself available.
‘Culture of arrogance’ among some senior figures in RTÉ, says Taoiseach
Poll: How should RTÉ be funded?
Taoiseach slams Sinn Féin motion on TV licence fee as ‘pretty comical’
RTÉ confirms [previously redacted] names of 20 people interviewed for Toy Show musical report
The original Grant Thornton report, which was published last month, anonymised those who were interviewed.
Ryan Tubridy's former radio slot loses listeners in latest audience figures
Sophie Toscan du Plantier's son tells Late Late Show he has 'peace' following Ian Bailey's death