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Tuesday 30th August

Apple Judgement - cabinet to discuss EU decision tomorrow

Our Political Correspondent, Martina Fitzgerald, provides analysis ahead of tomorrow's meeting

Dublin Bus staff to hold three 48-hour stoppages in September

Dermot O'Leary of the National Bus and Rail Union says its a sad indictment on Dublin Bus

Cavan tragedy - advice for parents

Chief Executive of St Patrick's University Hospital provides advice on how to address the tragedy with children

Cavan in shock after suspected murder suicide

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Renynolds, reports from Cavan

Apple Judgement - political reaction

Social Democrats TD, Stephen Donnelly, says we need a calm approach to dealing with the EU decision

Apple judgement - EU says Apple was given selective treament

Our Economics Correspondent, Sean Whelan, provides details of the EU Commission's ruling

EU orders Ireland to recoup up to 13 billion Euro in unpaid taxes from Apple

Finance Minister, Michael Noonan TD, says Ireland will appeal the 'bizarre decision'

Monday 29th August

Homecoming for Ireland's favourite brothers

O'Donovan brothers speak to the media in Skibbereen following silver medal success

Is there strife on Mars?

NASA is trying to find out how much strife there would be if humans did make the journey to the red planet. Dr Mary Bourke, geomorpholigist at the Department of Geography TCD explains.

Young residents at Dublin detention centre confined to bedrooms during industrial action

Pat Bergin, Director of Oberstown Children's Detention Campus says stressful situation will continue until 4pm

Senior French politician calls for those in Calais 'Jungle' to lodge their claims at French 'hotspot'

John Lichfield is The Independent's Correspondent in France

Chief Superintendent to head investigation

The Irish Examiner's Cormac O'Keefe says a Chief Superintendent has been appointed to look into the circumstances of a failed prosecution over an alleged parking offence

German Vice-Chancellor says TTIP between EU and US has failed, but no one is admitting it

Sigmar Gabriel, who's also Germany's Economics Minister made the comments over the weekend. Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy says if people knew more about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Deal, opposition would grow

HIQA reports find failings in care at four residential centres

Adrian Lydon reports whilst Paddy Connolly CEO Inclusion Ireland says change is needed

Friday 26th August

Apple issues software update after attempted hack

Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody on how Apple have issued a software update after an attempted hack

Residents given notice to leave mobile home park in Greystones

Eleanor Burnhill reports on how up to 100 residents of a caravan and mobile home park in Greystones in County Wicklow have been given notice to leave their homes

Residents given notice to leave mobile home park in Greystones

Eleanor Burnhill reports on how up to 100 residents of a caravan and mobile home park in Greystones in County Wicklow have been given notice to leave their homes

First funerals of Italy earthquake victims as rescue efforts continue

Sabrina Sbernola, who comes from the village of Arquata del Tronto in Italy and who lost an aunt and a cousin in the earthquake speaks about her experiences and Senior Correspondent Nastasya Tay from Australia's SBS World News on the latest on the rescue efforts

Draft report critical of Áras Attracta services

Barry O'Kelly, from RTÉ's Investigations Unit, on how a draft report of a review of services at the Áras Attracta care home has identified failures at all levels in the system

Tributes paid to former Tánaiste Peter Barry

Mícheál Lehane of RTÉ's political staff, former Political Correspondent Chris Glennon and Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin pay tribute to former Tánaiste Peter Barry who has died at the age of 88

Former Tánaiste Peter Barry has died

Minister for Housing, Planning & Local Government, Simon Coveney TD and former Fine Gael leader Alan Dukes pay tribute to the former Tánaiste Peter Barry who has died at the age of 88

Thursday 25th August


Concerns over concessionary bus tickets for back to school

Minister for Training, Skills and Innovation John Halligan and Fianna Fáil spokesman on Education and Skills Thomas Byrne discuss

Historic peace agreement signed between the Colombian government and FARC

EU envoy to the Columbian Peace Process, Eamon Gilmore says the agreement is important and historic

Medical Council annual report shows complaints against doctors up 19 per cent

Bill Prasifka, Chief Executive of the Medical Council on its 2015 report

Search efforts continue following Italian earthquake

Nastasya Tay, Senior Correspondent with SBS Australia reports from the town of Amatrice

Wednesday 24th August

Getting ready for the paralympics despite budget cuts

Liam Harbison Chief Executive of Paralympics Ireland on the effects of budget cuts to next months paralympics

Trustees of St Patrick's College in Maynooth are to review current policies for reporting complaints

David Quinn, of the Irish Independent on how trustees of St Patrick's College in Maynooth are to review current policies for reporting complaints at the seminary

Turkish ground troops have entered Syria for the first time in their battle against so-called IS

Shashank Joshi, from the Royal United Services Institute on how Turkish ground troops have entered Syria for the first time

Why is car insurance so high? One insurer has some answers

Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Finance, Michael McGrath TD, says the Government needs to speed up the work of the task force looking at car insurance

What powers will the government inquiry into Olympic ticketing have?

Michéal Lehane of our Political staff on the ongoing Olympic tickets controversy

Former Olympic runner describes the Olympic ticketing controversy as ' squalid and sordid'

Former Olympic runner, Jerry Kiernan, has described the Olympic ticketing controversy as 'squalid and sordid' but 'not entirely unexpected'

Rescuers still trying to reach people after Italian earthquake

Milan Correspondent with the Financial Times, Rachel Sanderson, on the ongoing attempts to reach people trapped under rubble in central Italy following an earthquake this morning

Tuesday 23rd August

Protests in Athlone over flooding concerns

Our Midlands Correspondent Ciaran Mullooly followed the protest this afternoon

Garda overtime bill in Dublin rises by 62% in the first six months of this year

Michael O'Toole, Crime Correspondent with the Irish Daily Star says the rise is costing the state 19 million euro

Irish Olympic officials to be interviewed by Rio de Janeiro police

Sara O'Sullivan is an Irish journalist based in Rio

Stormont's Finance Committee to ask Finance Mminister Mairtin O'Muilleoir to temporarily step aside

Our Northern Editor Tommie Gorman has been watching the committee's hearing in Belfast

More than 2 million employed for first time since 2009

Our reporter Sandra Hurley says around 1000 jobs per week have been added to the economy

Rents now at record levels - Daft

Housing Minister Simon Coveney TD and Anti-Austerity Alliance/People Before Profit TD Ruth Coppinger on the rising costs of renting

Monday 22nd August

New campaign launched in the fight against rural crime

Kildare Grain farmer, Liam Dunne, is among the 30,000 affected by farm related crimes since 2010

Brexit: Border Counties take a hit as sterling falls

Our reporter Emma McNamara visits three Border Counties to see how businesses are fairing

Irish consulate staff in Rio to visit Pat Hickey in prison today

Former Chief Executive of the FAI, Fran Rooney, says it's a real concern that the mens' presumption of innocence is being ignored

Number of homeless children surpasses more than 2000 in Dublin

Fr Peter McVerry of the Peter McVerry Trust says the figures are shocking

Sinn Fein minister denies knowledge of Bryson contacts

The North's Finance Minister, Sinn Fein's Mairtin O'Muilleoir, and our Northern Editor Tommie Gorman on the controversy surrounding the inquiry into the North's largest property deal

Friday 19th August

NASA tests its big new rocket engine for the Space Launch System

Leo Enright on the launch which is taking place at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi

Sinn Féin suspends second party member

Sinn Fein MLA for Foyle, Raymond McCartney, on the allegations of coaching a witness who gave evidence to a Stormont inquiry into NAMA

Family of innocent Irishman shot dead in Majorca return home

Our reporter Eleanor Burnhill speaks with people in Drimangh and People Before Profit TD, Brid Smith, pays tribue to Trevor O'Neill

Six people arrested for suspected human trafficking

Our reporter Sinead Hussey and solicitor with the Irish Refugee Council, Stephen Collins, on the arrests in County Meath

Olympic Council of Ireland to cooperate fully with any State inquiry

Our political reporter, Brian Dowling, on how the State inquiry will be operate

Thursday 18th August

Thousands travel to Connemara Pony Festival

Teresa Mannion reports from the opening of the Connemara Pony Festival in Clifden County Galway

Sinn Féin's Daithí McKay resigns as MLA for North Antrim

Northern Editor Tommie Gorman on how Daithí McKay has resigned as MLA for North Antrim & has been suspended from the party

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