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    Tuesday 13th October

    More Gardaí at border

    Ahead of tomorrow's state funeral for Garda Tony Golden Church representatives in Dundalk have called for more Gardai to police the border. RTÉ's Crime correspondent, Paul Reynolds reports.

    Minutes away from Budget 2016

    RTÉ's Brian Dowling gives a final analysis as the countdown to Budget 2016 comes to an end.

    David Drumm faces extradition hearing

    The former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, is due in a Boston court today after he was arrested in Massachusetts on Saturday, on charges relating to the collapse of the bank. RTÉ's Washington Correspondent, Caitríona Perry reports.

    Farewell to a hero

    Paul O'Connell's Irish rugby career is over. The camp's fears were confirmed this morning that the severe hamstring injury he picked up against France on Sunday will see him miss the rest of the Rugby World Cup. Carla O'Brien looks back.

    Budget 2016 - A Political Edge

    Is it a just reward after years of austerity, or is there a fairer alternative? We hear from Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Simon Harris, Fianna Fáil's spokesperson for Public Spending, Sean Fleming and Sinn Fein's Public Spending spokesperson, Mary Lou McDonald.

    Budget 2016

    What do people in Co. Donegal want in Budget 2016? Emma McNamara reports from Killybegs and Letterkenny. Director of Taxation, Chartered Accountants Ireland, Brian Keegan, and Brian Dowling from RTÉ's Political staff go through the detail of Budget 2016.

    Monday 12th October

    Taoiseach reacts to shooting in Omeath

    The Taoiseach gives his reaction to the fatal shooting in Omeath, Co. Louth yesterday

    FF leader on both tragedies

    Fianna Fáil leader, Michéal Martin on the fatal shooting in Omeath, Co. Louth and the fatal fire in Carrickmines in south County Dublin

    Tributes paid to those killed in Carrickmines fire

    Carla O'Brien reports from Carrickmines in south County Dublin, on the aftermath of the tragic fire over the weekend and Fianna Fáil leader, Micheál Martin TD, who replaced his leaders speech at a Fianna Fáil function on Saturday night with the call for a minutes silence for the Carrickmines victims

    Local reaction to shooting in Omeath

    Green Party Councillor for Dundalk-Carlingford Mark Dearey on the fatal shooting in Omeath, Co. Louth

    Reaction to the shooting of Garda Tony Golden

    Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan, Reporter Emma McNamara speaks to people in Dundalk, Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on the fatal shooting of Garda Tony Golden in Omeath, Co. Louth

    President signs book of condolence for Carrickmines victims and reacts to garda shooting

    President Michael D. Higgins signs the book of condolence for the Carrickmines victims and he also talks of his shock at the shooting of Garda Tony Golden

    Friday 9th October

    Politicians have been debating a bill which aims to prevent employers forcing workers to retire at 65

    Politicians have been debating a bill which aims to prevent employers forcing workers to retire at 65

    We still can't get enough of Shane Long's goal and Ireland's 1-0 win over World Champions Germany

    Hear the German commentary, Oliver Fritsch sports editor with Zeit Online and the goalie's dad Ed Randolph

    A Scottish nurse who was treated for Ebola last year is back in hospital in London today

    Glasgow based journalist Conor Gillies says Pauline McCafferkey was flown from Glasgow to an isolation unit at the Royal Free Hospital

    Incidents recorded at residential centre for five teenagers in Dublin

    RTE's Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent Joe Little reports

    Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda has gone back on-call for emergencies

    Tony Fitzpatrick industrial relations officer with the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation in the North East outlines the overcrowding issue

    November or March?

    RTE's Martina Fitzgerald reports on election date speculation

    Ruling that that video evidence can be admitted in the trial six workers at the Aras Attracta residential centre in Swinford in County Mayo

    RTE's western correspondent Pat McGrath reports

    Thursday 8th October

    Parity of esteem for football teams at Stormont

    the BBC's Mark Simpson on proceedings at the NI Culture Arts and Leisure Committee this morning

    Tainaste Joan Burton on General Election speculation

    Tainaste Joan Burton on a November election

    RTE's Emma Mc Namara on childcare and what the budget might bring

    Emma Mc Namara reports on issues in Childcare and what the Budget might bring

    Hiqa latest inspection of Letterkenny General Hospital

    Sinn Fein's Padraig Mc Laughlin expresses his concerns

    NATO concern over Russian military actions in Syria

    Jens Stoltenberg General Secretary of Nato on Russian actions in Syria and on the need for a full transparent investigation into the bombing of a MSF hospital in Afghanistan

    Thomas 'Slab' Murphy goes on trial

    Legal Affairs Orla O Donnell on Slab Murphy's trial on tax offences

    The prospects now for a November General Election

    Irish Times Political Editor Stephen Collins looks at the signs

    Blatter and Platini banned by Fifa Ethics Committee

    Chief Correspondent Andrew Warshaw with Inside World Football explains latest developments

    Wednesday 7th October

    Hundreds of jobseekers queue outside RDS

    Cian McCormack reports on how hundreds of job seekers queued outside the RDS for the 'GradIreland Graduate Careers Fair'

    Calls for international investigation into hospital bombing

    Director of Médecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Jane-Ann McKenna, says they're calling for State activation of the International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission to investigate Afghanistan bombing at the weekend

    Minister publishes a 5 year digital strategy for schools

    Education Minister Jan O' Sullivan on the Government's five year digital strategy for schools

    Cost of setting up Irish Water again raised in Dáil

    Conor McMorrow reports from Leinster House on how the cost of setting up the Irish Water utility was once again questioned during Leaders' Questions this afternoon

    Reaction to Digicel calling off planned flotation

    Bloomberg Dublin Bureau Chief, Dara Doyle and Business Editor David Murphy on the postponement of a planned stock market flotation of Denis O'Brien's mobile phone company, Digicel

    Tuesday 6th October

    Focus Ireland calls for increase in rent supplement in Budget

    Emma Mc Namara talks to Barak Obama's advisor on homeless as Focus Ireland calls for rent supplement increase

    11 year old boy shoots 8 year old girl in Tennessee

    Rebecca Habigger of WBIR Tv on tragic shooting of eight year old girl

    Latest HIQA report into centre for the elderly in Cork

    Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent Joe Little on latest HIQA report into HSE run centre for highly dependent older people

    Longboat Quay residents to meet Minister

    Sandra Hurley reports on an imminent meeting between residents of Longboat Quay and Minister for Housing Alan Kelly

    NATO warning over Russian incursions into Turkish airspace

    David Gardner correspondent with the Financial Times on rising tensions

    Privacy campaigner wins landmark case in Europe

    Campaigner Max Schrems talks to RTE Europe Editor Tony Connolly and Digital Rights solicitor Simon Mc Garr explains what happens next

    Monday 5th October

    18th century Grandfather Clock, lent to the Oireachtas eight years ago, to be auctioned tomorrow

    It will be sold by George Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers in Naas

    Hospital bombed in Afghanistan

    BBC's Shaimaa Khalil has been talking to some of the survivors

    Bord na Mona says it will no longer harvest peat for energy production

    Chief executive Mike Quinn says it will also complete its move to a sustainable business within 15 years

    Will Apple, Google and others pay more tax here

    The OECD's BEPS document analysed by Chartered Accountants Ireland's Brian Keegan

    Six care workers are facing assault charges following a Garda investigation into the HSE run Áras Attracta facility

    Pat McGrath reports that a preliminary hearing will determine whether RTE's video footage can be admitted as evidence

    The Postal dispute continues this lunchtime, people are being told not to post any letters

    Foreign Affairs minister Charlie Flanagan on Passports, An Post and Ibrahim Halawa and Communications Minister Alex White tells both sides in the Postal Dispute to sort out their differences, Ingrid Miley reports

    Friday 2nd October

    Le Niamh homecoming

    RTE's Paschal Sheehy on Le Niamh homecoming after humanitarian operations in the Mediterranean

    Tax returns 5.8% ahead of target says Exchequer

    RTE's Sean Whelan on latest Exchequer returns with comment from Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and reaction frrom Michael Mc Grath Finance Spokesman Fianna Fail

    An Post dispute intensifies

    RTE's Ingrid Miley has the latest

    Acclaimed playwright Brian Friel has died

    Arts Correspondent Sinead Crowley looks back on his life and Poet Seamus Deane and long time friend discusses his legacy

    Ireland names rugby line out for Sunday's crucial clash

    RTE's Michael Cocoran reports

    Minister Varadkar visits Donegal

    Health Minister on health services on Arranmore Island Co Donegal and on the trolley crisis and the Emergency Task Force

    Thursday 1st October

    Longboat Quay residents face no immediate risk of eviction says Dublin City Council

    Frank McDonald, former Environment Editor of the Irish Times and co-author of the book Builders on how Dublin City Council says the Dublin Docklands Development Authority will write to Longboat Quay residents and owners this afternoon or tomorrow to disclose the amount it will contribute to the works needed at the building

    Pay increases after reinstatement of Employment Regulation Orders

    Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, on the reinstatement of Employment Regulation Orders, which will mean staff in catering and security sectors will get pay increases

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