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    Wednesday 1st October

    Protests continue in Hong Kong

    Channel Four's Matt Frei reports

    Calls for rising house prices in Dublin to be tackled

    Ingrid Miley, and Karl Deeter at Irish Mortgage Brokers &

    The ongoing controversy over the upcoming Seanad bye-election

    With Martina Fitzgerald, Minister for Agriculture and Defence Simon Coveney and a report from the Dáil

    Tuesday 30th September

    New US ambassador to Ireland to be sworn in at a ceremony in Washington later today

    Irish journalist, based in the United States, Niall O’Dowd discusses

    Priest warns of the closure of parishes as interest in priesthood as a vocation drastically declines

    Father Brendan Hoban, a founder of the Association of Catholic Priests, explains

    An unsuccessful Labour Party local election candidate appointed to the Board of Directors at the Irish Aviation Authority

    Michael Lehane of our political staff discusses

    Residents of Boyle in Co Roscommon, who are subject to boil water notices, react to the introduction of water charges

    Our midlands correspondent, Ciaran Mullooly spoke to the people of Boyle

    Kurdish assault on Islamic State militants in Iraq

    Richard Spencer of the Telegraph is at the frontline near Irbil

    The European Commission has said two tax arrangements agreed between Ireland and the US computer company Apple amount to illegal state aid

    Our Europe Editor Tony Connolly and Lecturer in Economics at UCC Seamus Coffey explain the significance of the investigation

    Monday 29th September

    Cork school wins more science awards

    Jennie O'Sullivan reports on Kinsale Community College's recent global science success

    Northern Ireland's Historical Abuse Inquiry resumes

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, reports on alleged abuse at the De La Salle home in Co Down

    UK Conservative party under pressure

    Michael Crick, Political Correspondent Channel 4 news, on the challenges facing David Cameron as the Tory party conference resumes in Birmingham

    John McNulty affair rumbles on

    Martina Fitzgerald, Political Correspondent and Odran Flynn, Political Analyst, discuss the continuing furore over the appointment of John McNulty to the board of Imma

    New analysis of parents and children in unmarried families

    Dr Owen Corrigan, author of the report published by Treoir, on the lives of parents and children in unmarried families

    Dhara Kivlehan inquest continues

    Teresa Mannion, regional reporter, on the latest from the inquest into the death of Dhara Kivlehan

    Fitness to practice hearing for nurse continues

    Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, on the fitness to practice hearing for a nurse who taped a patient's mouth with surgical tape.

    Friday 26th September

    Gardaí treating fire at Co Wicklow house as arson

    Joe Mag Raollaigh speaks to local councillor John Brady about the incident

    Inquest into death of Dhara Kivlehan continues

    Teresa Mannion discusses the latest developments

    Central Bank to accelerate sale of Anglo Irish debt

    Alan Dukes, former chairman of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation, discusses the move

    Fine Gael TD defends nomination of John McNulty for the Seanad

    Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin speaks about the controversy surrounding John McNulty's appointment to the board of IMMA and nomination for the Seanad

    Thursday 25th September

    Drogheda sacristan's hunger strike enters its fourth day

    Elaine Keogh speaks to Declan Hanratty about his protest over the closure of the Dominican Church in Drogheda

    Britain to vote on involvement in Islamic State airstrikes

    Douglas Barrie, Senior Fellow for Military Aerospace at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, discusses Britain's military capabilities in the area

    Child and Family Relationship Bill published

    RTÉ's Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald looks at the new legislation

    Forensic examination begins on yacht carrying a tonne of cocaine off the southwest coast

    Frank Francis, Director of the Maritime Analysis & Operations Centre in Lisbon, details the operation

    Samantha Long leaves Fine Gael as controversy over McNulty appointment continues

    Samantha Long, one of those overlooked by the party for the Seanad nomination, speaks about her decision to resign from Fine Gael

    Fine Gael TD criticises Taoiseach over McNulty Seanad nomination

    Fine Gael Deputy John Deasy says members are disgusted with the way the party is being run

    Wednesday 24th September

    India puts satellite into orbit around Mars

    Professor Peter Gallagher, space scientist at Trinity College Dublin, discusses the mission

    Peter Robinson denies claim he will stand down before next Assembley election

    Noel McAdam, Political Correspondent with the Belfast Telegraph, discusses

    Tesco begins discussions with Irish staff over possible redundancies

    Our Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley has the details

    Fine Gael TD calls for Dáil to consider advice of Fiscal Advisory Council

    Fine Gael Deputy Eoghan Murphy says the Dáil should explore whether a 2 billion euro adjustment in the forthcoming budget is necessary

    Womens Aid helpline received over 17,000 calls last year

    Margaret Martin, Director of Womens Aid, discusses the details of its annual report

    Controversy grows over the nomination of John McNulty for a Seanad seat following his appointment to the board of the IMMA

    Labour deputy Ciara Conway, Reform Alliance Senator Fidelma Healy Eames and Political Correspondent David Davin-Power discuss

    Tuesday 23rd September

    Sounds of Day One the Ploughing Championships 2014

    Our reporter Cian McCormack spoke to people as they arrived on site

    The High Court has dismissed solicitor Gerald Kean's appeal against a finding of professional misconduct

    Court reporter Aodhan O Faolain has the details

    RTE announces that its Radio 1 service will no longer be available on longwave from the end of next month

    Tom McGuire, Head of Radio One, explains the decision

    Property owners in Dublin city will pay 15% less in property tax next year

    Sinn Fein Dublin City Councillor, Daithi Doolin, voted for the cut, while Green Party Dublin Councillor, Ciaran Cuffe, voted against the cut...

    Airstrikes against the group calling itself Islamic State began overnight

    Afzal Ashraf, Consultant Fellow in International Diplomacy at the Royal United Service Institute explains what the airstrikes will achieve

    The Minister for Public Expenditure says his officials are fine-tuning the budgetary spreadsheets

    Our Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan discusses

    Monday 22nd September

    Greyhound voters vote on settlement to end industrial action

    Our Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley on the latest developments

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy announces return to politics

    John Lichfield, Paris Correspondent, The London Independent

    Government takes pre-budget advice from Fiscal Advisory Council

    Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald discusses

    Inquest into death of woman at Sligo General Hospital begins

    Regional reporter Teresa Mannion reports on the opening day of the inquest

    Immigrant Council of Ireland says direct provision putting sex trafficking victims in danger

    Denise Charlton, Chief Executive of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, details the council's latest report to the Minister for Justice

    Shares of supermarket giant Tesco slump following accounting fault

    Conor Brophy of our business staff discusses the error

    Gardaí issue warning over rising number of buglaries

    Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, discusses the publication of the latest crime figures

    Friday 19th September

    Sierra Leone on lock down in the fight against Ebola

    The Taioseach on possible tax cuts

    Tom Healy of the Nevin Economic Research Institute analyses the Taioseachs comments on possible tax cuts in the next budget

    Number crunching Scotland's poll

    Prof John Curtice of Strathclyde University on who voted yes and no

    Good news for Ireland in Euro 2020

    FAI chief John Delaney talks to Soccer Correspondent Tony O Donoghue

    The response from North of England -Brian Aitken Editor The Journal

    The North of England wants more power and influence

    British Ambassador on whats next for Scotland and the United Kingdom

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