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Friday 9th December

The first of 165 extra emergency beds for rough sleepers in Dublin will open tonight as part of the Council's Winter Initiative

RTE's John Kilraine

GAA broadcast rights deal with RTE and SKY TV

GAA president Aogan O'Fearghail and former Mayo manager John O Mahony

Tens of thousands of people face the daily horror of Aleppo and its about to get worse

Rupert Colville of the UN Commission on Human Rights

What Gerry Adams does or doesn't know about the murder of Brian Stack

Government Chief Whip Regina Doherty about what the Sinn Fein leader must do now

Thursday 8th December

A Government amendment on a Sinn Féin motion on state pensions has been defeated

Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald

UN says world is ignoring the humanitarian crisis in Yemen

Djoen Besselink, Médecins Sans Frontiéres in Yemen on the humanitarian crisis in Yemen

Annual Culture day drives five year 'Creative Ireland' plan

Minister for Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphries TD, on a new Culture strategy for Ireland

Cork muder victim was leading Real IRA man

Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy on the killing of 37 year old Aidan O'Driscoll in Cork city yesterday evening

Austin Stack responds to statement made in Dáil by SF leader Gerry Adams TD

Austin Stack responds to the statement made by Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams in the Dáil yesterday evening, in relation to the shooting of his father Brian by the IRA in 1983

Trial continues of a GP accused of the manslaughter of her daughter

Courts reporter Vivienne Traynor reports from the Central Criminal Court

Wednesday 7th December

Over 280 million euro expected to be raised by Irish charities over the Christmas period

Our reporter Eleanor Burnhill speaks to the Charities Regulator and finds fundraising is recovering despite a number of recent scandals

Great Britain is origin of 41 per cent of trips to Ireland by non residents- CSO

However our Economics Editor Sean Whelan reports they spend just 23 per cent of total visitor spend, according to the Central Statistics Office

Sister of missing school boy Philip Cairns says social media campaign about his disappearance has been shocking and deeply distressing

Dyane Connor speaks to Sandra Cairns at an event to mark Missing Persons Day in Farmleigh

Spat continues between Fianna Fail and the Government over the appointment of judges

Fianna Fáil's Justice spokesperson Jim O'Callaghan says proposed new system for appointing judges is 'deeply flawed'

Leaders of Fianna Fáil and Sinn Fein criticise way Governemnt handled controversy over access to cystic fibrosis drug, Orkambi

Ailbhe Conneely reports from Leinster House

Greyhound Clare's Rocket returned unharmed after it was stolen from a trainer in Golden, County Tipperary

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports the dog was taken by a well known crime gang

Woman on trial for manslaughter of 11 year old daughter says she only used sedative chloral hydrate as a 'last resort'

Our Courts reporter Vivienne Traynor says Bernadette Scully of Emvale, Bachelor's Walk, Tullamore has denied the manslaugher of her daughter Emily Barut by an act of gross negligence.

Tuesday 6th December

Higher stamps prices - will they keep An Post afloat

David McRedmond Chief Executive An Post

Michel Barnier leading the EU side in the Brexit negotiations warns of consequences for the EU's external borders

RTE's Tony Connolly in Brussels

Man sentenced to five and a half years in prison

RTE's Paul Reynold's reports

Formal identification in County Waterford crash in next few days

RTE's Damien Tiernan reports

Judicial Appointments Bill accepted

RTE's Martina Fitzgerald

Stamp prices to go up, pay-by-weight deferred

Minister for Communications, Climate Change and the Environment Denis Naughten

Central Criminal Court hears from lead investigator in doctor trial

RTE's Vivienne Traynor reports

Monday 5th December

ESRI report: how to stimulate the housing industry

Director General of the Construction Industry Federation, Tom Parlon, says it is currently not viable to build apartment blocks because of restrictions on apartment sizes

Trump Tweets: diplomacy by Twitter?

American political commentator and NUI Galway lecturer, Larry Donnelly, says by conducting business on Twitter he could end up demeaning the office of the President of the United States

Brexit: Article 50 supreme court hearing begins in London

Our London Correspondent, Fiona Mitchell, has been following this mornings hearing, and our Economics Editor, Sean Whelan, on future projections for growth of the Irish economy

HIQA - major risks remain at Portlaoise hospital

Mary Dunnion is Chief Inspector and Director of Regulation with the Health Information and Quality Authority

Italy: fallout from referendum defeat

Our Europe Editor, Tony Connelly, on the reaction from Brussels

Friday 2nd December

Is the EU shaping up for a fight with Washington over the so called 'Open Skies' Agreement?

Eoghan Corry is the Editor of Travel Extra

Only Oireachtas can scutinise TDs, court hears

Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell on how the High Court had been hearing submissions from lawyers for a Dail Committee in the legal action by Denis O' Brien against it, members of the Dáil and the State

Man jailed for 9 years for stabbing partner

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on how a 63 year old man who tried to kill his partner, by stabbing her several times, has been sentenced to 9 years in prison

4 cities to become diesel engine free within 10 years

Alan Nolan of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry & James Nix of Green Budget Europe on the plans by Athens, Paris, Madrid & Mexico to ban diesel engines within 10 years & whether Dublin could do something similar

Europol warns of increased flow of foreign fighters returning to Europe

Dr Lina Khatib, Head of the Middle East & North Africa Programme at Chatham House, who is in Beirut, on the warning from Europol of an increased flow of foreign fighters returning home to Europe as IS loses its grip in the Middle East

Trial told accused's care for daughter 'superb'

Courts reporter Vivienne Traynor on the trial of a GP for the alleged manslaughter of her profoundly disabled daughter

Thursday 1st December

Investigation underway into alleged sexual assault at Boarding school

Our Education Correspondent, Emma O'Kelly, says the Gardai and Tusla are carrying out the investigation

Alcohol - a factor in almost two out of every five fatal collisions

Assistant Garda Commissioner, John O'Mahoney, says this morning a new 'Crashed Lives' ad campaign was launched

Brexit: Irish Foreign Minister meets his French counterpart

Our Europe Editor, Tony Connelly, says the French favour a strict approach to Brexit

Legalising cannabis-based products for medical use

Health Minister, Simon Harris, says the Government is not opposed to a bill that comes before the Dail tonight

Denis O'Brien tells court he received death threats

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell, has been hearing his evidence before the High Court

Manslaughter trial hears details of note

Our Courts reporter, Vivienne Traynor, is covering the case of Bernadette Scully

Wednesday 30th November

Central Bank probes 5 Irish Nationwide executives

Business Editor David Murphy reports

Philip Morris & its plans to phase out cigarettes

Professor John Britton, Director of the UK Centre for Tobacco & Alcohol Studies at the University of Nottingham on tobacco company Philip Morris's plans to phase out cigarettes

Trial continues of GP accused of manslaughter of her disabled daughter

Courts reporter Vivienne Traynor on the trial of 58 year old Bernadette Scully, of Emvale, Bachelor's Walk in Tullamore, County Offaly, who denies killing 11 year old Emily

What is Fianna Fáil's position on the expert water commission report?

Fianna Fáil's spokesperson on Social Welfare, Willie O'Dea TD, on the future of water services

Minister to issue invite to Public Services Commission of ICTU in relation to pay talks

Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, on public pay, Irish Fiscal Advisory Council report & Irish Water

Tuesday 29th November

Italian Referrendum - could have huge implications for the EU

The Financial Times' James Politi says the Prime Minister could lose the vote

Sinn Fein - Austin Stack allegations a matter for Gardai

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds on the comments from Sinn Fein

Tracker Mortgages - PTSB fined for overcharging

Financial adviser, Padraic Kissane, represents some of those affected

Water charges - Fianna Fail won't take a position until report is published

Our political Correspondent, Martina Fitzgerald, on the draft report of the expert commission looking at the funding of water services

Denis O'Brien's legal action aginst Dail committee

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell, says the court heard that the case is 'unique in the history of the state'

HIQA - Residents centre failing children

Our South East Correspondent, Damien Tiernan, provides details of the HIQA findings

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Áine Lawlor and Richard Crowley.


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