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    Friday 3rd July

    Heatwave expected to hit Europe

    Met Eireann's Gerald Fleming is at a weather conference in Croatia, which is discussing the impending heatwave due to hit Europe this weekend

    Funeral of couple killed in Tunisia

    RTÉ's Ciaran Mulooly from funeral mass of the Westmeath couple, Larry and Martina Hayes, who were killed in a terror attack in Tunisia last Friday

    Commissioner reviewing gardaí response to protest

    Executive member of the Garda Representative Association, Damien McCarthy, on the Garda Commissioner's investigation into a number of issues regarding Wednesday's protest outside Leinster House

    Greek people facing very hard times

    RTÉ's Business Editor, David Murphy in Athens and Vasilios Me-Channe-Zidis Asilios who works for the charity arm of the Greek Orthodox Church, on the ongoing difficulties facing people in Greece

    HIQA report on Tusla's services in north Dublin

    RTÉ's Social Affairs Correspondent, Joe Little and Grainia Long, CEO of The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, on HIQA's report of its inspection of Tusla's services in North Dublin

    Thursday 2nd July

    Google Maps being used to assess LPT valuations

    RTÉ’s Ailbhe Conneely on reports that Google Maps has been used to assess the valuations of properties for Local Property Tax, according to the Chairman of the Revenue Commission Niall Cody

    Irish singer Val Doonican dies aged 88

    Daniel O’Donnell pays tribute to Waterford-born singer and entertainer Val Doonican who has died at the age of 88

    TD’s support Michael McKevitts release from prison

    Michael Gallagher who lost his son in the Omagh bombings, on calls by a number of TD's to have jailed Real IRA Michael McKevitt freed on temporary release from Portlaoise prison following his treatment for cancer

    Defamation case against RTÉ settled at High Court

    RTÉ’s Orla O’Donnell on the defamation case taken against RTÉ by former Catholic Archbishop Richard Burke has been settled

    Cowen 'sorry' for role in financial crisis

    RTÉ’s Sandra Hurley from the banking inquiry where former Taoiseach Brian Cowen took full and complete responsibility for his role and response to the crisis RTÉ’s David Davin Power, Lucinda Creighton and Timmy Dooley on today’s evidence at the banking inquiry

    Wednesday 1st July

    Free travel on child Leap Cards

    Minister for Transport Paschal Donohue, on new initiative launched by National Transport Authority today giving children who have a Leap card free travel for part of July

    50 killed in attacks on military checkpoints in Egypt

    Cairo Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph, Louisa Loveluck, on reports that at least 50 people have been killed in ongoing attacks on several military checkpoints and police stations in Egypt's northern Sinai

    FF Leader : Variable mortgage rates 'a massive rip-off'

    RTÉ Journalist Edel McAllister, reports from the Dáil on comments by Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin during Leaders Questions on his assessment of the situation for mortgage holders paying variable rates

    Search continues for man missing off west Cork coast

    RTÉ's Southern Editor , Paschal Sheehy and John Carney, from West Cork Underwater Search and Rescue, on the continuing search for a man off the West Cork coast near Baltimore

    Defamation case against RTÉ continues

    RTÉ's Court Reporter, Vivienne Traynor, on the latest evidence in a defamation case being taken by former archbishop, Richard Burke, against RTÉ

    More developments in the Greek financial crisis

    RTÉ's Business Editor, David Murphy reports from Athens, Hugo Dixon, columnist with Reuters & Bloomberg's European Correspondent Rebecca Christie on the latest developments on the Greek financial crisis

    Tuesday 30th June

    Water boil notices lifted in parts of Co Roscommon

    Gerry Grant, Head of Asset Management with Irish Water, with details of the removal of boil notices for water in parts of Co Roscommon

    Agreement to abolish mobile roaming charges across Europe

    Technology Editor with the Irish Independent Adrian Weckler assesses an agreement reached by EU member states to abolish mobile phone roaming charges across the EU

    Crime rates increase after years of decline

    Irish Times Crime Correspondent Conor Lally assesses latest CSO figures, which show crime rates have begun to increase after years of decline

    Investigation continues into terrorist attack in Tunisia

    Former Tunisian minister for tourism Amel Karboul gives an update on the continuing investigation into the terrorist attack in a Tunisian resort last Friday

    Former archbishop suing RTÉ for defamation

    RTÉ Courts Reporter Vivienne Traynor was in court today where Richard Burke, originally from Co Tipperary, alleges he was wrongly depicted as a paedophile in the 2011 Prime Time Investigates programme ‘Mission to Prey’

    Last-minute efforts to reach agreement over Greek debt

    Brussels Correspondent with the Irish Examiner Ann Cahill assesses the likelihood Greece will default on its debt payment. Pro-Syriza journalist Anastasia Giamali gives reaction to the referendum on austerity measures. Irishman Ken Hickey speaks from Thessaloniki in Northern Greece, where he is planning on opening an Irish bar

    Monday 29th June

    Kilkenny unit for people with intellectual disabilities de-registered

    RTÉ Social Affairs Correspondent Joe Little assesses a district court order in Kilkenny to deregister a residential unit in the city's Saint Patrick's centre for people with intellectual disabilities

    Alliance of Independents to field 20 candidates for upcoming election

    Independent TD Shane Ross on the announcement of the Alliance of Independents to run seven candidates in the next general election

    Defamation case over 'Mission to Prey' continues

    RTÉ Courts Correspondent, Vivienne Traynor, on the latest from a defamation action taken by former Catholic archbishop Richard Burke against RTÉ over allegations made in the 2011 Prime Time Investigates programme entitled 'A Mission to Prey'

    Christy Keane critical after Limerick shooting

    Mid-West Correspondent, Cathy Halloran, on the shooting of Christy Keane in Limerick this morning that left him in a critical condition

    Dublin couple witnesses Tunisian attack

    Anthony and Betty Tunstead, a Dublin couple who were eye-witness to the Tunisian attacks, spoke about their experience

    Greek debt crisis reaching tipping point

    Reaction to Greece's announcement of extended bank closures and capital controls from independent financial analyst Louise Cooper and Minister of State at the Department of Finance Simon Harris

    Friday 26th June

    Death toll in Tunisia hotels reaches 27

    Journalist Eileen Byrne, in Tunis where reports say at least 27 people have been killed in an attack on two Tunisian Hotels, including foreigners

    166 IBRC loan accounts paid rate of less than 1%

    Fianna Fáil finance spokesman, Michael McGrath, on written reply from the Finance Minister Michael Noonan that IBRC's Special Liquidators confirmed accounts with a rate of less than 1% were mainly related to distressed loans

    EU leaders agree deal on migrant crisis

    Adrian Edwards, spokesperson for the UN refugee agency, on plans by EU leaders to relocate tens of thousands of migrants

    Finucane family lose legal challenge

    Son of Patrick Finucane, Michael Finucane, comments on the High Courts decision

    Man decapitated in attack near Lyon

    Paris Correspondent for The Independent UK, John Lichfield, on reports that a man has been decapitated and several others injured at a factory in France

    Tunisia tourist hotel centre of fatal gun attack

    Elizabeth O’Brien, a guest at the hotel, on the attack which has left at least seven dead in the vicinity of the Marhaba Sousse Hotel in the coastal town of Tunisia

    Thursday 25th June

    Final funeral of Berkeley tragedy victims takes place

    Reporter Conor Hunt, on the funeral of Lorcán Miller, the final victim of the Berkeley balcony tragedy to be laid to rest, in Dublin today

    RTÉ's Angelus revamp

    Head of Religious Programmes at RTE, Roger Childs, on RTÉ plans to make Angelus slot accessible to 'all faiths and none'

    HIQA inspection finds major failures at centre in Cork

    Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent, Joe Little, on an unannounced HIQA inspection of a residential centre for people with intellectual disabilities in Cork has found major failures to comply with regulations under ten of the fourteen headings inspected

    Defamation case over 'Mission to Prey' continues

    Correspondent Ingrid Miley, on the defamation action being taken by former Catholic archbishop, Richard Burke, against RTÉ over allegations made in the 2011 Prime Time Investigates programme entitled 'A Mission to Prey'

    Central Bank Governor found bailout terms 'unsatisfactory'

    Reporter Sandra Hurley reports from the banking inquiry on how the Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan has said that although he found the terms of the bailout programme unsatisfactory, he advised the government to accept it as the alternative would have been more economically damaging

    Jury fails to reach verdict in childminder case

    Courts Reporter, Vivienne Traynor, on the dismissal of the jury, after failing to reach a verdict in the trial of childminder, Sandra Higgins, who was accused of causing serious harm to a ten month old baby

    Liberty Insurance to cut 270 jobs

    RTE's Business Editor, David Murphy, on 270 job losses from Liberty Insurance operations in Cavan, Dublin and Enniskillen

    Seán Brady apologises for Brendan Smyth crimes

    Northern Reporter, Brendan Wright, on how the evidence from the former Catholic Primate of All Ireland, Seán Brady, at the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, in Banbridge, Co. Down

    Wednesday 24th June

    New mental health initiative by the GAA

    The GAA's Community and Health Manager, Colin Regan, on a new GAA initiative - in support of the emotional wellbeing campaign #littlethings

    Banking inquiry told implementation of fiscal policy was poor

    Sandra Hurley reports on how the Chief Economist at the Department of Finance, John McCarthy, has told the banking inquiry that implementation of fiscal policy was poor

    Funerals of two more Berkeley victims

    Reporter Máire Treasa Ní Cheallaigh on the funerals of Niccolai Schuster and Olivia Burke, two of the six victims of the Berkeley balcony tragedy, which have been held in Dublin today

    Tspiras: IMF has refused some Greek proposals

    European Editor Tony Connelly reports from Athens on how Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has reportedly launched an attack on the International Monetary Fund over its apparent 'non acceptance' of certain debt proposals

    IRC says immigration likely to increase further

    Irish Refugee Council CEO Sue Conlon on how immigration is likely to increase further

    NSA caught spying on French president

    Paris Bureau Chief at the Wall Street Journal, Gráinne McCarthy, on reaction to the National Security Agency being caught spying again, this time on French President Francois Hollande

    Naughten: 'More powers for courts as banks break mortgage code'

    Independent TD for Roscommon-South Leitrim Denis Naughten calls for courts to be given the power to stop families being thrown onto the street, if their homes are repossessed

    Anglo trial hears about cash withdrawals

    Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell, on the latest from the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials, who are accused of hiding accounts from Revenue. Bernard Daly, Tiarnan O'Mahoney and Aoife Maguire deny all the charges

    Tuesday 23rd June

    Convicted paedophile priest denied damaging church

    Brendan Wright, Northern Reporter, on day two of the Brendan Smyth abuse inquiry

    450 people dead in heatwave in Pakistan

    Qasim Naumen, Journalist, has been describing the disaster and how the authorities are coping

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