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News At One

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Monday 25th September

Autumn equinox provides welcome surprise in the Conor Pass

Dáithí Ó' Connell, retired teacher, on the brilliant secret revealed in a remote magalithic tomb during Friday's equinox

Gardaí in Leitrim renew appeal in murder investigation

North West Correspondent Eileen Magnier

Pilots' body seeks structural change at Ryanair

Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley

Birdhill, County Tipperary is Ireland's Tidiest Town.

Denis Floyd Chairman of Birdhill Tidy Towns Committee

Illegal prescription medicines worth over €850k seized

Dr Lorraine Nolan Chief Executive of the Health Products Regulatory Authority

AfD co-leader will not sit with party in Bundestag

Irish Times Correspondent in Berlin Derek Scally

Man's death in Skibbereen under investigation

Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy

Friday 22nd September

Funeral of broadcaster, Jimmy Magee takes place in Dublin

Hundreds of mourners gathered at the Church of St Lawrence O'Toole to pay their respects. We hear part of Fr Brian D'Arcy's homily

Eirgrid is to scale back a major infrastructure proposal

Rosemary Steen, Director of External Affairs with Eirgrid explains the decision to scale back plans for a proposed power route running through Mayo and Roscommon

Ryanair adjusts its pilot rosters as programme of flight cancellations continues

RTE Industry and Employment Correspondent, Ingrid Miley, says there are fears the airline is preparing to take back leave already allocated to pilots to ease the cancellations crisis

Garda Management says the Force's reputation is damaged

From Templemore, RTE Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds reports on how Deputy Commissioner John Twomey today described the behaviour of Gardai in falsifying the tests as unacceptable

Theresa May delivers her big Brexit speech in Florence

Senior Tory backbench MP, Bernard Jenkin says Mrs May will deliver an emollient address to her EU counterparts and says Brussels needs to start talking about a trade deal

Customers in Galway and Mayo to turn off their supplies in the interests of safety

Minister for Rural & Community Development, Michael Ring demands a swift investigation into what has gone wrong

Efforts continue to clear odourless gas from the network in the west

Our Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath says a technical fault at the Shell processing plant in north Mayo has led to a significant volume of odourless gas being pumped into supply lines

Thursday 21st September

PAC members claim reopening Stepaside Garda Station was 'a political decision'

RTE's Conor McMorrow reports

British Prime Minister Theresa May to outline Bresit plans in Florence tomorrow

George Parker is Political Editor at The Financial Times

EU Commissioner Phil Hogan's criticisms of Boris Johnson are front page news in the UK

He spoke to RTE's George Lee at the National Ploughing Championships

Appeal for information following death of Irish man on London Street

John Nolan's nephew Kevin Byrne describes the scene the police and ambulance services arrived to on Sunday

Two Co Meath men sentenced to five year jail terms for their role in a dissident republican bomb plan

RTE's Tommie Gorman was at Belfast Crown Court

Census figures show the number of non-Irish nationals living here is down

Deirdre Cullen Senior Statistician at the Central Statistics Office

Michael O'Leary offers Ryanair pilots an E10,000 euro pay rise

RTE's Ingrid Miley says Michael O'Leary gave an upbeat presentation despite cancellation crisis

Wednesday 20th September

Is the recovery now being felt in rural Ireland?

Minister for Communications, Climate Action & Environment Denis Naughten TD & Fianna Fáil's spokesperson on Agriculture, Food & the Marine Charlie McConalogue TD

Is the recovery now being felt in rural Ireland?

Agriculture Correspondent George Lee

Tributes paid to RTÉ sports broadcaster Jimmy Magee who has died

Former Irish football goalkeeper Packie Bonner & Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh pay tribute to their friend Jimmy Magee, who has died at the age of 82

Farm safety features at ploughing event

Senior Agriculture Inspector Pat Griffin from the Health & Safety Authority

More than 200 killed in Mexican earthquake

Journalist James Blears updates us on the latest from Mexico City & Eoin Hartnett, originally from Cork but living in Dublin, is currently on holiday in Mexico City

Murder investigation launched into fatal 1987 fire

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on how Gardaí in County Kildare have begun a murder investigation into the deaths of three people in a fire in Kilcock 30 years ago

Tuesday 19th September

Donald Trump is making his first speech to the United Nations this afternoon

Harriet Alexander is US Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph

Disability campaigners call on Government to ratify the UN Convention for people with disabilities

Adressing the protesters, Dr Tom Clonan said a greater number of disabled people are at risk of poverty than any other group in society. The Minister for Diabilities Finian McGrath said it is his intention to ratify the UN convention before the end of the year.

Irish National Teachers Organisation warns users of its online learning portal that their personal data may have been compromised

Our Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody reports that around 30,000 users details were potentially compromised by the hack

As Ryanair cancels thousands of flights, airline offers to pay bonuses of up to €12 thousand to pilots to give up annual leave

Our Industry and Employment correspondent Ingrid Miley reports

Two category five hurricanes within weeks of each other in the Caribbean

Climatologist John Sweeney says its very unusual to see two category five storms in such close proximity

Rohingya man living in Ireland who met Aung Sang Suu Kyi calls on Mayor of Dublin to withdraw her freedom of the city award

Last night Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi addressed the Rohingya crisis in her country for the first time

Man shot dead in Dublin's Citywest last night named as John Gibson

Superintendent Peter Duff from Tallaght Garda Station described the events of last night and our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports

Monday 18th September

Dublin team celebrates three in a row

RTE's Marty Morrissey

Public Services Committee of ICTU has voted overwhelmingly to accept the new public service pay agreement

IMPACT's Niall Shanahan

Ibrahim Halawa acquitted in Ciaro court

Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times Declan Walsh

Disclosures Tribunal hears Garda Keith Harrison repeatedly checked his partner's details on Pulse

RTE's Sandra Hurley

Commission working with Ryanair

Commissioner for Aviation Regulation Cathy Mannion

Passengers affected estimated to reach over 350,000

RTE's Ingrid Miley

Ryanair suffers from global pilot shortage

RTE's Karen Creed and President of the Irish Airline Pilots Association Evan Cullen

Friday 15th September

In space no one can hear you disintegrate!

After enlightening us for 13 years on Saturn and its many moons, Nasa's Cassini mission ends in a fireball

More pressure on Ireland's Corporation Tax regime at a meeting of EU Finance Ministers

RTE Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan reports from the ECOFIN meeting in Estonia where the talk is of a 'Digital Tax'

The Minister for Justice's surprise at the GRA

RTE Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald on Minister Charlie Flanagan's surprise around comments by the GRA on inflated breath tests

North Korea fires another ballistic missile across Japan

Brian Gaynor is a journalist and lecturer based on Hokkaido island on the second missile firing over Japan in less than two weeks

How to tackle the Rhododendron take over in Killarney National Park

Independent TD Michael Healy Rae talks through his concerns about the invasive bushes as walkers had to be rescued yesterday having become lost in desnse rhodendron

Gardaí say they are treating the death of a man in County Clare as suspicious

RTE Mid-West Correspondent Cathy Halloran says the man's body was discovered in Ennis by a passer-by

Counter-terrorism investigation underway in London following Underground explosion

Sky News Correspondent Enda Brady reports from one of the hospitals where many of the injured are being treated following the explosion at Parsons Green station in west London

Thursday 14th September

Thousands of Rohingya Muslims arrive over the border from Myanmar to Bangladesh

Jonathan Miller of Channel Four News is describes smokes rising from burning Rohingya villages along the Rakine coast

Public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster opens

RTE London Correspondent, Fiona Mitchell, on the Sir Martin Moore-Bick's determination to provide answers for the loved ones of those who perished in the blaze

The mental strain of being involved in local politics

Mayor of Drogheda, Pio Smith, discusses a training programme to help county councillors handle the stresses of their work

Is a virulent strain of Influenza on its way from Australia?

Assistant National Director of Public Health with the HSE, Dr Kevin Kelleher, says he hopes it is not but he wants more people to get vaccinated

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