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    Thursday 18th December

    Ian Bailey's case at the High Court continues

    Vivienne Traynor reports

    Legal advice sought in relation to pregnant woman who suffered brain trauma

    Dr. Adam McAuley, an expert is medical law at DCU

    Two people who died in Kildysart, County Clare, have been named

    Cathy Halloran reports

    Valadimir Putin under pressure

    Edward Lucas of The Economist

    Day 2 of the Banking Inquiry

    Sandra Hurley and David Murphy report

    Eight year old boy awarded €13.5 million by the High Court

    Orla O'Donnell reports

    Seanad debates the Water Services Bill

    Martina Fitzgerald reports

    Wednesday 17th December

    The meaning behind the moos

    Dr Alan Mc Elligot of Queen Mary University of London on what a team of researchers found out about what cows are saying

    WBO Middle Weight Boxing Champions retruns home

    RTE's Joe Stack speaks to Andy Lee as he steps off the plane at Shannon

    Lively exchanges over Irish Water Debate at Leaders Questions

    Conor Mc Morrow reports on Leaders Questions in the Dail

    Teenager in court in London over Irish builder's murder

    A 13 year old boy has appeared in court in London charged in connection with the murder of a builder from Cork Mark Hennessey Irish Times London Correspondent

    Is the Russian Rouble in freefall ?

    Chief Markets Analyst James Hughes has more .

    Pashawar buries its dead after the massacre of the innocents by the Taliban

    BBC's Mishal Husain one of first journalists inside the school describes the scene and Declan Walsh Pakistan Bureau Chief New York Times on where to from here

    Banking Inquiry gets underway in Leinster House

    Report on this mornings proceedings from RE's Sandra Hurley with analysis from RTE's David Murphy

    Tuesday 16th December

    Ana Liffey Drug Project launches its strategic plan

    Tony Duffin of the organisation has outlined what the plan contains

    Russian Rouble drops and Irish Banking Inquiry gets underway

    Our Business editor David Murphy has the latest business news

    Cabinet discuss a super-referendum day

    Stephen Collins, political editor of the Irish Times, has the latest

    HSE summit on Aras Attracta appoints confidential recipient for care homes for people with disabilities

    HSE Director General Tony O Brien explains the purpose of today’s meeting

    At least 130 people killed in attack on school in Pakistan

    Jon Boone a journalist with the Guardian newspaper is in Peshawar and Plan Country Director, Rashid Javid in Islamabad have the latest on the situation

    Monday 15th December

    Controversy over the re-opening of Leisureland

    Pat McGrath

    The latest figures on drugs deaths

    Mark Kennedy, Head of Day Services at Merchants Quay Ireland

    Focus on homeless services after two people die in Cork

    Brendan Dempsey of the St Vincent de Paul

    Central Bank concerned about rapid rise in house prices

    Sean Whelan

    The commission on low pay looks for submissions

    Minister of State for Business and Employment Ged Nash

    The latest on the hostage crisis in Sydney

    James Robertson of the Sydney Morning Herald

    Friday 12th December

    Teachers announce second strike date for January 22nd

    President of the ASTI, Philip Irwin discusses

    New laws to ensure food clearly labelled with allergen information

    Pat O'Mahony, chief food specialist with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland

    Marie Farrell, witness in Ian Bailey case is back on the stand today

    Our legal affairs correspondent, Orla O'Donnell has the latest

    Transport Minister says he’s confident that amending legislation to deal with two issues relating to the application of penalty points will

    Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe explains

    Pregnant woman who was told her baby had died calls for HSE investigation into maternity services at Midlands Regional Hospital Portlaoise

    Roisín and Mark Molly, parents of baby Mark, who died in Portlaoise hospital in January 2012 helped highlight the concerns over services at the hospital. Roisin spoke to us on the programme

    All party talks in Northern Ireland have ended without agreement

    Our Northern Editor Tommie Gorman has the details

    Thursday 11th December

    A British report warns that 10 million people a year will die by 2050 from Superbugs that have become drug resistant

    Dr Robert Cunny is a consultant Microbiologist at Temple Street Hospital in Dublin

    Economic growth in the third quarter remained largely unchanged from the previous quarter

    Our Economics Correspondent, Sean Whelan

    200 new mostly technology jobs have been announced for Dublin

    Our Science and Technology Correspondent, Will Goodbody

    The new EU Competition Commissioner has said there is reasonable doubt about whether Apple's tax arrangements with Ireland were legal

    Our Europe Editor Tony Connolly

    Ian Bailey trial witness, Marie Farrell has walked out of the witness box

    Our courts reporter Vivienne Traynor

    Redwood Extended Care Facility rejects criticism in HIQA report

    Our Social Affairs Correspondent Joe Little

    Documents secured by RTE News have revealed that a number of hospitals placed deceased babies in the coffins of deceased adults for burial

    Our Health Correspondent, Fergal Bowers

    Wednesday 10th December

    Martina Fitzgerald and Fionnan Sheahan discusses today’s demonstrations

    Labour’s Aodhan O’Riordan, Barry Cowen FF, Sinn Féin’s Lynn Boylan and John Halligan IND discuss the water charges

    Leo Varadkar, Health Minister, discusses the Aras Attracta revelations

    Jonathan Clynch spoke to people attending today’s water charge protest in Dublin

    Tuesday 9th December

    Dublin City Council launches arts plan

    Artist Robert Ballagh

    Union reaction to pension deal for former Waterford Crystal employees

    UNITE Regional Secretary Kimmy Kelly

    Egyptian police arrested men on suspicion of 'debauchery'

    Heba Saleh, Cairo Correspondant with the Financial Times

    Tesco issues a profit warning

    Damien O'Reilly lecturer in retail management at DIT

    Pension deal for former Waterford Crystal employees been passed by Cabinet

    Tánaiste Joan Burton

    Plea to stop demolition of homes in Limerick suburb

    Fr Tony O'Riordan, parish priest of Moyross

    The latest political developments, including pension deal for former Waterford Crystal workers

    Martina Fitzgerald reports

    Monday 8th December

    Former independent TD, Jackie Healy-Rae laid to rest

    Our Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy, who was in Kilgarvan, says it was a moving service

    Honeymoon murder case against Dewani thrown out

    Aislinn Laing from the Telegraph was in court in South Africa for the verdict

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