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    Friday 27th May

    Jose Mourinho is the new manager of Manchester United

    Owen Gibson is chief sports correspondent at Guardian News & Media

    IBRC liquidators to pay State over €250m

    RTE's David Murphy reports

    G7 warns Brexit would be a threat to the global economy

    UIKIP leader Nigel Farage disagrees

    Three people being questioned over Gareth Hutch murder

    Maureen O Sullivan TD for Dublin Central was at Dublin City Council's policing committee meeting

    HIQA says nutrition and hydration care not a priority for some Irish hospitals

    HIQA's Head of Healthcare Susan Cliffe

    Allegations of malpractice by Gardai in County Leitrim made under Dail privelege

    Sinn Fein TD Martin Kenny

    Thursday 26th May

    Dáil discusses the Summer break & Leinster House refurbishment

    Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald on when the Dáil will be rising this summer and what refurbishment work needs to be carried out

    'Homeless crisis is deepening' Committee warned

    Edel McAllister reports from the Housing & Homelessness Committee, which heard today from the Peter McVerry Trust

    Event to remember British soldiers killed in 1916

    Sinn Féin's Aengus Ó Snodaigh on why he didn't attend the commemoration in Dublin for British soldiers who died in the Easter Rising & Fianna Fáil's Darragh O' Brien on why he did attend the commemoration

    What are the effects on young people in the area?

    Pat Gates from Young People at Risk speaks about the effects on young people in Dublin's north inner city of the recent gang attacks

    Gardaí have identified potential targets & assailants involved in the ongoing gangland violence

    Chief Superintendent Pat Leahy of the north central garda division on how Gardaí have identified potential targets & assailants involved in the ongoing gangland violence in Dublin's north inner city

    Wednesday 25th May

    Ulster Bank to sell 900 owner occupier mortgages on the brink of repossession

    RTE's David Murphy reports

    Claire Sugden named Justice Minister in Northern Ireland's new government

    RTE's Tommie Gorman reports

    Do Gardai have the resources they need to face down gangs

    Ciaran O'Neill of the Garda Representative Association and RTE's Paul Reynolds

    Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan statement on O'Higgins report

    RTE's Micheal Lehane and Independent TD Clare Daly

    Tuesday 24th May

    Calls for legislation to stop people being put out of properties when landlords are selling

    Edel McAllister reports on how the Oireachtas Housing and Homelessness Committee has heard calls to introduce emergency legislation to stop people being put out of their homes by landlords selling their properties

    Unemployment rate drops below 8% in April

    Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar TD on the latest employment figures from the Central Statistics Office

    Further reaction to fatal shooting in Dublin

    Independent TD Maureen O'Sullivan on her reaction to the latest shooting in the capital

    Reaction to latest fatal shooting in Dublin

    Archbishop Diarmuid Martin gives his reaction to the latest fatal shooting in Dublin

    Man shot dead in Dublin

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds speaks to local councillor Niall Ring who knew the victim of the fatal shooting in the north inner city in Dublin this morning

    Monday 23rd May

    Louis van Gaal has been sacked as manager of Manchester United

    Michael Crick reports

    More than five weeks have been set aside for the coroner's inquiry into the Kingsmill massacre

    PA's Michael McHugh in Belfast reports

    Iraqi government launches an operation to retake the city of Fallujah

    Fawaz Gerges is professor of Middle Eastern Relations at the London School of Economics

    Independent Alliance to discuss SF motion on Irish Water tomorrow

    RTE's Martina Fitzgerald reports

    Minister says he's not afraid of being radical in new housing policy

    Minister Simon Coveney has responsibility for housing

    The total number of families new to homelessness in the first four months of the year was 366

    Focus Ireland's director of advocacy Mike Allen

    County Waterford mother convicted of cruelty to her son after a seven week trial at the Central Criminal Court

    RTE's Vivienne Traynor reports

    Friday 20th May

    Life expectancy rises in Africa

    Dr Colin Mathers from the World Health Organisation on news that in the last 15 years life expectancy in the Africa region has risen by almost 10 years

    A pause on HSE recruitment of doctors, nurses & midwives

    David Hughes, Deputy General Secretary of the INMO on their reaction to the suspension of recruitment of doctors, nurses & midwives

    Brendan Howlin is new leader of the Labour Party

    The new leader of the Labour party, Brendan Howlin TD, on how the party will fight back after a bad election result

    Around 3,000 homes planned for Poolbeg

    Minister Simon Coveney on the biggest home building project in Dublin in decades, the plan for Poolbeg which includes some 3000 homes

    Thursday 19th May

    Housing Committee hears from Travellers

    Oireachtas Committee hears concerns of Travellers and Refugee Agency Edel Mc Allister reports

    Junior Ministers to be revealed shortly

    RTE's Micheal Lehane reports

    Church of Ireland rescinds invite to controversial guest speaker

    Ed Silvoso has written on 'rewiring the psyche of gay men' Religious Affairs Correspondent Joe Little has more

    Set aside 10% school places for non Catholics say educationalists

    New group of educationalists 'Faith in Our Schools' set out proposals , member Patrick Treacy explains

    How many have paid water charges we analyse latest figures

    Latest figures from Irish Water on how many people have paid in the first three months of 2016 RTE's George Lee reports

    Latest on Egypt Air passenger plane

    Daily Telegraph Correspondent Henry Samuel reports from Paris

    Wednesday 18th May

    Around 70,000 have bought medicines online

    Lorraine Nolan, Chief Executive with the Health Products Regulatory Authority on a new survey which shows that around 70,000 adults have bought medicines online

    Talks to resolve Tesco dispute open at WRC

    Conor Hunt reports from the Workplace Relations Commission where talks have begun between Tesco and unions aimed at resolving the dispute over planned changes to pay and rosters

    Reports from Nigeria that one of the missing 'Chibok' schoolgirls has been found

    Christina Lambe from The Sunday Times on the news that one of the missing Chibok girls has been found in Nigeria, more than 2 years after being kidnapped by Boko Haram

    U-turn on the green bin pay by weight charges

    Kevin Swift, Regional Waste Co-ordinator for Connaught Ulster & People Before Profit TD, Richard Boyd Barrett, on the decision by Minister Simon Coveney to reverse the former Environment Minister's plans to introduce pay by weight charges for greem recycling bins

    The latest political rows about the O Higgins report

    Conor McMorrow of our political staff reports from Leinster House on the latest rows in the Dáil about the O'Higgins report and those leaked transcripts, with further analysis from Political Correspondent David Davin-Power

    Tuesday 17th May

    Baby news - second baby golden eagle hatched in Louth

    Brian McCann breeder of the new Golden Eagle

    Canada's Alberta wildfire flares up with a vengance

    Keith Stewart, Greenpeace Canada's Head of Climate and Energy Campaign

    The official figures on Irish women travelling to England and Wales for abortions falls

    Helen Deely, Head of the HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme

    Mid-ranking Gardai march to Government Buildings on pay

    RTE's Sandra Hurley reports

    Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said the proposed Fianna Fail mortgage bill is 'seriously flawed'.

    RTE's David Murphy has been looking in detail at the bill

    The new cabinet met this morning but it won't be business as usual

    Michael Lehane previews the new shape of politics as Dail Eireann gets down to business this afternoon

    Transdev ups the pressure on SIPTU in the Luas dispute

    Drivers told 4 hour stoppage will mean one day of pay lost, Transdev's Gerry Madden

    The jury in the trial of former Anglo executives begins its deliberations

    RTE's Orla O'Donnell reports

    Monday 16th May

    On the first of July a 'pay-by-weight' system will come into effect for domestic rubbish

    RTE's Emma McNamara reports

    The Cork Film Festival says it is at immediate risk of financial collapse and has appealed to the local City Council for a bail-out

    Cork City Council's deputy chief executive Pat Ledwidge

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