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    Friday 24th April

    'Danger is always an issue on every overseas mission'

    Paul Reynolds, RTÉ Crime Correspondent, reports from the Golan Heights where Irish troops are on United Nations duty

    Woman acquitted on charges of assisting suicide

    Vivienne Traynor reports on a Dublin woman being acquitted by direction of the trial judge on two charges of assisting the suicide of another woman

    HIQA: Staff shouted at Tipperary centre residents

    Joe Little, RTÉ Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent, has details on evidence to support allegations that residents of a Co Tipperary centre for people with intellectual disabilities were shouted at and called names by staff

    Review of the sale of construction firm Siteserv

    Michael Noonan, Finance Minister, and Sean Fleming, Fianna Fáil, discuss the latest in the Siteserv controversy

    Thursday 23rd April

    Minister appointed to oversee drugs strategy

    Junior Minister Aodhan Ó Riordan

    Banking inquiry hears insider account of bank guarantee

    Sandra Hurley reports, with analysis from Business Editor David Murphy

    The latest on the controversy over the sale of Siteserv

    Finance Minister Michael Noonoan, Labour TD Joe Costello, Independent TD Stephen Donnelly, and fresh information and analysis from Brian Dowling

    Wednesday 22nd April

    Tesco posts biggest loss ever

    Damien O'Reilly, lecturer in retail management at DIT

    Revenue Commissioners report rises in main tax categories

    Revenue chairman Niall Cody

    Islamic State 'has $2bn'

    Journalist and documentary maker Peter Taylor

    NTA rejects claims it is privatising bus services

    National Transport Authority CEO Anne Graham

    The banking inquiry enters 'nexus' phase

    Sandra Hurley and Business Editor David Murphy report

    The latest on the Siteserv sale controversy

    Conor McMorrow reports from the Dáil with analysis from Brian Dowling

    Tuesday 21st April

    Underground system for North-South power lines would cost €500m more than overhead option

    RTÉ’s Dyanne Connor reports on comments from the CEO of Eirgrid, who said an underground system for the North-South interconnector would cost in excess of €500 million more than the overhead option

    Irish Water to address infrastructural issues at sites referenced in EPA bathing water report

    Head of Assets with Irish Water Jerry Grant outlines the utility’s plan for addressing issues at seven sites that failed the Environmental Protection Agency’s minimum standards for bathing water

    Labour backs Willie Penrose’s bankruptcy bill

    Labour TD Willie Penrose discusses his bill that proposes reducing the bankruptcy period from three years to one

    Prince Charles to visit Ireland next month

    RTÉ’s Northern Editor Tommie Gorman and Royal photographer with the Sun newspaper Arthur Edwards assess the announcement that Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will visit Ireland in May, where they are expected to visit the site of the assassination of Lord Mountbatten in 1979

    Shatter claims he did not have opportunity to respond to criticism in Guerin report

    RTÉ’s Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports on a claim in the High Court from former minister for justice Alan Shatter that senior barrister Sean Guerin, who investigated his handling of claims by garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe, failed to give him any opportunity to respond to criticisms of him

    Unions urged to reconsider planned bus strike action

    Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe outlines the Government’s position on the planned bus strikes announced by unions at Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann

    Monday 20th April

    Hand grenade discovered while gardening

    CJ McGinley of the Donegal News discusses the rare discovery made by a man in Letterkenny while digging his garden

    69 people on trial in Athens on charges of murder

    The Guardian's correspondent Helena Smith explains how some of those on trial included members of the far right Golden Dawn party

    Series of bus strikes planned

    Owen Reidy of SIPTU explains why members have decided on four days of strike action

    United Left TD Joan Collins arrested

    Martina Fitzgerald, RTE's political reporter, discusses the arrest of Deputy Collins and others in connection with water charge protests.

    How taking action on variable rate mortgages and mortgage arrears would impact on bank sale

    Cliff Taylor, Managing Editor of The Irish Times, discusses the main issues surrounding repossessions

    Trial of woman who is accused of assisting suicide

    Vivienne Traynor, RTE's Courts Correspondent, reports on the trial of Gail O' Rorke

    Minister for Foreign Affairs discusses migrant crisis

    Charlie Flanagan says that Ireland will help to solve the migrant crisis ahead of EU meeting

    Oliver Kierans gets a nine year sentence for wife's murder

    Joe Mag Raollaigh discusses the sentence handed down to Oliver Kierans in Cavan

    Friday 17th April

    Arrests after South Africa anti-immigrant attacks

    Melanie Verwoerd, former South African ambassador to Ireland, discusses anti-foreigner attacks in South Africa

    Family condemn assault on man with special needs

    Samantha Libreri reports from Fairview on an attack on a local man with special needs

    Boy sought in attempted robbery investigation

    Damien Tiernan, South-East Correspondent, reports on the search for a ten-year-old boy who Gardaí believe was part of an attempted robbery last night

    Fitzgerald extends charity deadline

    Joe Little, Religion and Social Affairs Correspondent, reports on some charities not registering with the Charities Regulatory Authority

    Grants for first time home buyers?

    Joe Costello, Labour TD, and Dan O'Brien, Columnist with Independent Newspapers, discusses possible state-funded grants for first time buyers under Labour plans

    HIQA reports on overcrowding & poor hand hygiene

    Sharon Tobin reports on the latest HIQA reports in Cavan, Mayo and Westmeath

    Glasgow vigil planned to support Buckley family

    Sinead Hussey reports on a vigil in Glasgow to show support for the family and friends of the late Karen Buckley

    Thursday 16th April

    Trawler skipper says boat dragged by submarine

    Boat Skipper Paul Murphy recounts his experience

    Gardai seek help with missing Ashford man

    Joseph Whelan has been missing since Good friday his wife Sonia appeals for help also Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

    Trial opens of women accused of assisting a suicide

    Courts Reporter Vivienne Traynor

    Warnings of further surge in house repossessions

    Seamus Coffey Lecturer in Economics at University College Cork

    Solicitor Brian O Donnell back in court

    Report from RTE's Sharon Tobin

    Latest on search for Karen Buckley in Glasgow

    RTE's Sinead Hussey reports from Glasgow with comment from the Parish Priest of Mourne Abbey in County Cork and from former teachers from The University of Limerick

    Wednesday 15th April

    Protester disrupts ECB news conference

    David Murphy, Business Editor on how the ECB news conference interrupted after woman charges at ECB President Mario Draghi

    US: School officials jailed over exam cheating

    Bill Caiaccio, News Anchor with WSB Radio in Atlanta, Georgia in the US, on how nine school officals have been sentenced to prison terms, after being convicted of being involved in an exam cheating scandal

    Calls for increase in clamping fees in Dublin

    Liam Kielthy, Independent Parking Appeals Officer on calls for an increase in clamping fees in Dublin City Centre from €80 to €130

    Court of Appeal: O'Donnells must vacate Gorse Hill

    Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent on how the Court of Appeal has ruled that Brian and Mary Pat O'Donnell must vacate the house at Gorse Hill in Killiney in Co. Dublin but they have been granted a stay of two weeks to allow them to consider lodging an appeal

    Search continues for missing Irish woman

    Sinead Hussey reports from Glasgow and Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor on the continuing search for Irish woman Karen Buckley, who went missing in Glasgow at the weekend

    EU charges Google with market abuse

    Tony Connolly, Europe Editor and Thomas Vinje, legal counsel and spokesman for Fairsearch Europe, on how the EU has lodged a complaint against Google for distorting search results and promoting its own shopping service over those of competition

    Tuesday 14th April

    Clonmel company providing coating for ESA Satellite

    Dr Kevin O'Flynn from ENBIO, a company in Clonmel Co. Tipperary, on how their 'SolarBlack' surface will be used as the coating for the ESA's Solar Orbiter satellite, which is due to launch in 2017

    Insolvency Service of Ireland publishes 2015 figures

    David Murphy, Business Editor and Lorcan O'Connor, Director of the Insolvency Service of Ireland, on the Quarter 1 figures from the Insolvency Service of Ireland for 2015

    Jury sworn in for Séan Fitzpatrick trial

    Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent on how the jury has been sworn in to hear the trial of the former Anglo Irish Bank Chairman, Séan Fitzpatrick and how Judge Mary Ellen Ring set out a number of conditions for jurors

    Mary Lou McDonald rejects abusing Dáil privilege

    David Davin Power, Political Correspondent and Mary Lou McDonald, Sinn Féin TD on how Ms McDonald denies she broke rules of privileged speech in the Dáil

    Scottish police trace man seen talking to missing Irish nurse in Scotland

    Connor Gillies, Journalist with Radio Clyde News, on the search for Irish nurse Karen Buckley, who was last seen on Saturday night outside a nightclub in Glasgow. Police have confirmed that a man they were seeking in relation to Ms Buckley's disappearance is assisting them with their enquiries

    Monday 13th April

    Irishman runs coldest marathon for 4th time

    Paul Grealish talks to us about running a marathon at the North Pole at minus 41 degrees

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