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    Monday 20th October

    Infestation of Asian clams in Lough Ree

    Dr Michael Millane says angling groups in the midlands are calling for urgent dredging of the River Shannon

    Turkey allows Kurdish fighters to enter Syria

    Shashank Joshi, senior research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London, discusses the developments

    Latest Irish Water revelations fuel more public anger

    Irish Independent's Environment Correspondent Paul Melia and Trevor Haslett, former head of NI Water, discuss the latest issues

    Pressure on Sinn Féin over abuse allegations

    RTÉ's Northern Editor Tommie Gorman discusses the latest in the Maíria Cahill controversy

    Jobs boost for Donegal

    Ciaran Richardson, of Randox Teoranta, says a variety of new jobs will be created

    Friday 17th October

    Judgement on priest's property case in Donegal.

    North west correspondent Eileen Magnier reports on the court case

    Defending the letters sent to RAS tenants in County Wicklow

    Fine Gael Councillor Irene Winters says the letters highlighted tenants' obligation to pay water charges.

    GRA loses its legal challenge

    RTE's Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley outlines the jduge's reason for dismissal

    Investigation continues into toddler's murder

    RTE's Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, says the mother remains in garda custody

    Arson attack in Waterford

    RTE's South East Correspondent Damien Tiernan speaks to the family affected and discusses the community's reaction

    Maria Cahill appalled by Sinn Féin

    She says she wants Sinn Féin to tell the truth

    Thursday 16th October

    Sinn Féin response to allegations of rape by IRA member

    Gerry Adams says he is personally horrified about remarks made about him

    Preparing health staff for ebola outbreak

    Dr Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer with the HSE outlines measures being considered.

    Tusla's concerns following pre-school inspection report.

    Brian Lee, Director of Quality Assurance at Tusla discusses non compliance

    Charity watchdog

    8000 charities to be regulated by an independent authority

    Senator John Crown's fears of an Ebola spread

    He says the capacity for a mutation of the virus is greater than ever before

    Ireland's plan to tackle Ebola

    Jonathan Clynch reports on a committee meeting today that discussed Ireland's strategy

    Wednesday 15th October

    Longwave closure delayed and Bono says sorry

    Arts and Media Correspondent Sinead Crowley on Longwave and Bono

    Disturbance at Kosovo Albania soccer match

    Gavin Hamilton of Soccer International magazine on the controversy

    RTE's Paul Reynolds reports from inquest on criminal Eamon Dunne

    Gap between rich and poor widens in Budget says Fr Sean Healy

    Fr Sean Healy of Social Justice Ireland on the Budget

    NW1-Oppostion reacts to Budget in Dail and Minister Alan Kelly responds

    Dail chamber response and Environmnet Minister Alan Kelly on housing water charges and the Budget

    Monday 13th October

    TD causes stir over Facebook status

    Fine Gael's Regina Doherty explains the Facebook update was aimed at drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Week

    A look ahead to Budget 2015

    Social campaigner Peter McVerry and Fergal O Brien from Ibec discuss tomorrow's Budget

    North Korea's leader 'missing' for over a month

    Professor Robert Kelly from Tucson National University discusses the mystery of Kim Jong Un's disappearance

    Pistorius sentencing hearing under way

    Journalist Fiona Forde reports from South Africa

    O'Dea says party united behind Martin

    Gerard Howlin, public affairs consultant and Irish Examiner analyst, discusses the Fianna Fáil party

    Creche in court over child welfare issues

    Vivienne Traynor reports on the charges against a creche in Malahide, Co Dublin

    Friday 10th October

    Controversy over the nomination of Fionnuala Sheahan to the governing board of RTE

    The outgoing chief executive of MEAS defends her viability for the position.

    Objections to Fionnuala Sheahan's nomination to the board.

    Joe Barry is Head of the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at Trinity College, Dublin

    The HSE's emergency plan if ebola strikes

    Gavin Maguire is Assistant National Director of Emergency Planning with the HSE

    How prepared is Ireland to deal with an Ebola outbreak?

    Paul Bell of SIPTU-represents Health Service Workers.

    Fine Gael's John McNulty has lost the Seanad by-election

    Fine Gael Councillor, Trevor Slowey, is a supporter of McNulty

    Sinn Féin's Catherine Seeley comes third

    She says the Seanad is undemocratic and unrepresentative of the nation as a whole.

    Independent candidate Gerard Craughwell is elected to the Seanad

    He narrowly beat Fine Gael appointee John McNulty

    Thursday 9th October

    Thousands of homes remain without power

    Mike Fitzgerald, ESB spokesperson, gives an update

    Coroners court heard inquests in four suicide cases today.

    Gerry Raleigh is the Director of the National Office for Suicide Prevention

    Concern surrounding 'social context' survey for allocation of school resources

    Clive Byrne is the Director of the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals

    In Iraq coalition forces continue to hit IS targets

    The BBC's Jim Muir is in the Iraqi city of Irbil

    Turkey refuses to join fight against Islamic militants in Syria

    Irish journalist Stephen Starr is in Istanbul

    Children's Minister discusses smoking ban in cars

    James Reilly says it is about protecting children

    Wednesday 8th October

    Sally Mulready, Director of the Irish Elderly Advice Network in London

    Sean Parker, who died alone in London, is buried

    Pat McGrath reports

    160 asylum seekers in Waterford protest at conditions

    Damien Tiernan reports

    The Criminal Assets Bureau publishes its annual report

    Paul Reynolds reports

    Government under fire over water charges again

    Edel McAllister reports on Leader's Questions in the Dáil

    Former businessman Breifne O'Brien sentenced to prison

    Orla O'Donnell reports

    Nuclear power station in Somerset gets the green light

    Suzanne Lynch of the Irish Times in Brussels, and Mark Breddy of Greenpeace

    Tuesday 7th October

    Former German Chancellor Hemut Kohl angry at biography

    Quentin Peel of the Financial Times

    Rory McIlroy speaks about his support for a children's cancer charity

    Rise in demand for Teagasc services

    George Lee reports

    Cabinet debates spending limits ahead of budget

    Harry McGee, Political Correspondent with The Irish Times

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