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    Monday 2nd May

    Friday 29th April

    New study reveals scale of paramilitary violence in NI

    Stephen McCaffery of news & analysis website The Detail says its study shows significant paramilitary-related violence continuing in Northern Ireland

    Stepson murder trial

    Courts reporter Vivienne Traynor reports on closing arguments in the trial of David Mahon at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin who denies murdering his stepson Dean Fitzpatrick in May 2013.

    Longford HSE Care Assistant assault trial

    Midlands correspondent Ciaran Mullooly reports from the trial of HSE care assistant Roberta Neilon Hynes who denies charges of assaulting two residents at a HSE-run community house in Longford

    Acting minister Alex White denies major broadband delays

    Acting Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Alex White rejects reports of substantial delays to rural broadband roll-out plans

    Rural broadband

    Independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice on reports of delays in rural broadband roll-out and government formation talks

    Government formation talks

    Latest on government formation talks and the views of Independent TD Denis Naughten on the negotiations and comments yesterday by minister Leo Varadkar on water charges

    Thursday 28th April

    SIPTU concerned at what's happening in Irish Water

    Adrian Kane of SIPTU, who represents workers at Irish Water says they're concerned at what's happening

    Trial hears accused did not mean to hurt stepson

    Dyane Connor reports from the Central Criminal Court on the trial of David Mahon, who has pleaded not guilty to mudering Dean Fitzpatrick in May 2013

    Intel Ireland to cut jobs

    Adrian Weckler from the Irish Independent on how Intel Ireland is planning to cut jobs as part of an overall restructuring programme

    What might a FF & FG deal mean for Independents?

    Independent TD for Tipperary Mattie McGrath and Independent TD for Kerry Michael Healy Rae on the Independent support needed by Fine Gael for a minority Government

    POA call for full pay for prison officers who are attacked

    John Clinton, General Secretary of the Prison Officers Association on their call for officers who are out of work, because they have been attacked by inmates, to be fully paid and permitted to work in other areas until they're fully fit

    Permission granted for new children's hospital

    Dr Adrienne Foran, Clinical Director with the Children's University Hospital Temple Street on what the new children's hospital will do and how they will manage until then

    Wednesday 27th April

    New microscope at Trinity College Dublin

    Science and Technology correspondent Will Goodbody reports

    Central Bank invites public submissions on morgage rules

    Economics Editor Sean Whelan on the Central Bank Annual report

    Judge calls for humanitarian gesture for refugees

    Retired Judge Bryan Mc Mahon calls for two and a half thousand asylum seekers held in Direct provision centres to be made citizens

    David Mahon murder trial continues

    Orla O Donnell reports from the Special Criminal Court on day 3 of the trail. David Mahon has pleaded not guilty to the murder of his stepson

    Formation of government edges closer

    RTE's Micheal Lehane reports from Leinster House ,Alan Shatter clip with discussion between Regina Doherty TD Fine Gael and Willie O Dea TD Fianna Fail

    Tuesday 26th April

    Public patients wait 25 times longer for cancer tests

    Dr Brian Turner Health Economist at University College Cork on possible solutions to the problem after Irish Cancer Society report

    Fans unlawfully killed at Hillsborough

    Channel 4 Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson reports on Hillsborough Inquests verdict

    Latest from David Mahon murder trial

    David Mahon has pleaded not guilty of the murder of his stepson Dean Fitzpatrick Legal affairs Correspondent Orla O Donnell r

    Day 60 in formation of government talks

    Political Correspondent David Davin Power

    Latest on last nights fatal shootings in Dublin

    Local Ballybock residents react ,local Independent Councillor Christy Burke and Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds at the GRA conference in Killarney

    Monday 25th April

    US President Barak Obama talks European unity on Germany trip

    Irish Times Berlin correspondent Derek Scally

    Luas drivers and Transdev to meet later in a bid to resolve the pay dispute

    RTE's Ingrid Miley

    44 year old David Mahon has pleaded not guilty to murdering his partner's 23 year old son Dean Fitzpatrick at an apartment in Malahide

    RTE's Orla O'Donnell reports

    Question mark over talks continuing today

    Simon Coveney, Micheal Martin and Michael McGrath talk about the talks. RTE's Martina Fitzgerald and Tony Connelly report

    Friday 22nd April

    The plight of women refugees fleeing the Middle East

    Brian Killoran, Chief Executive of the Immigrant Council of Ireland on the meeting of 20 frontline agencies with Government officials in Dublin to talk about the plight of women refugees fleeing the Middle East

    What about the group water schemes & water charges?

    Colm Brady of the National Federation of Group Water Schemes on how if there is a deal done on water charges, the same type of benefits will have to passed on to those who pay for their water through group water schemes

    Reports of a breakthrough in the Luas dispute

    Ingrid Miley our Industry and Employment Correspondent on how there are reports of a breakthrough in the Luas dispute as non driver grades are understood to be close to a deal with management in their dispute over pay

    Prisoner freed after ruling on suspended sentences

    Courts Reporter Vivienne Traynor on how a prisoner has been freed by the High Court as a result of Tuesday's ruling on suspended sentences concerning Section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006

    The latest on government formation

    Former Fianna Fáil Minister Noel Dempsey, Galway East TD Sean Canney & Waterford TD John Halligan - both of the Independent Alliance - on their views on government formation talks

    Thursday 21st April

    Questions over safety of NCT vehicle tests

    Paul Murphy from the RTE Investigations Unit has the story

    Man linked to Kinehan gang says detention is unlawful

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds has the latest

    Former NTMA official guilty of confidential disclosure

    Enda Farrell with National Asset Managemnet Agency guilty of disclosing property valuations Legal affairs Correspondent orla O Donnell

    Employers body warns on wages and the ICTU responds

    Danny Mc Coy Chief Economist with IBEC and Patricia King President of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions

    The framework for a potential deal on a new government

    Deputy Political Editor of the Irish Times Pat Leahy on what is emerging

    Latest on formation of a government

    RTE's Paul Cunningham reports from Leinster House

    Wednesday 20th April

    Toyota told to scrap 'best built cars' slogan

    Aengus Cox reports on how Toyota Ireland have been told they can no longer use the term 'best built cars in the world' slogan after a ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland

    Finglas residents protest over modular homes site

    Reporter Emma McNamara reports on a protest by residents of Finglas South in Dublin over plans to build 40 modular homes

    Google hit with competition charges over Android software

    Europe Editor Tony Connelly on how the EU slapped Google with competition charges today over its widely used Android mobile phone operating system

    Superintendents say 800 new gardaí needed annuallly

    President of the Association of Garda Superintendents Noel Cunningham on their annual conference where senior gardaí say at least 800 need to be recruited every year for the police service to be able to police the country effectively

    Govt assessing court ruling on suspended sentences

    Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports from the courts today, on the ruling by the High Court yesterday which declared that the law governing the power of the courts to activate suspended sentences to be unconstitutional

    Talks on forming a government continue

    Micheál Lehane of our political staff reports on how talks between FG & FF continue but how close to agreement are they on forming a new government?

    Dáil sits with no new government

    Edel McAllister reports on this morning's sitting of the Dáil 54 days since the election

    Tuesday 19th April

    IACP calls for regulation of counsellors as short, cheap courses pose public risk

    IACP calls for regulation of counsellors as short, cheap courses pose public risk

    Counting of votes to elect a new President of the Irish Farmers Association continues

    RTE's George Lee reports

    A man in his 20s is critically ill in hospital after being shot in Derry's Creggan estate

    Security journalist Alan Murray reports

    Pegida founder on trial in Dresden on charges of inciting racial hatred

    Derek Scally of the Irish Times in Berlin reports

    First deportations from Greece to Turkey were rushed, chaotic and violated rights: HRW

    Human Rights Watch associate director Fred Abrahams

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