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Friday 23rd June

Activists urge public service workers to reject extension to the Lansdowne Road Agreement

RTE's Ingrid Miley

Manslaughter charges are being considered by detectives investigating the Grenfell Tower fire

Kevin Hollingsworth is a chartered surveyor and Director at Omega Surveying Services

Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney in Belfast for meetings

RTE's Tommie Gorman

AIB shares float

The Sunday Business Post's Ian Guider

A former loyalist paramilitary commander turned supergrass has pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist offences

RTE's Brendan Wright

Reaction to Theresa May's expat move

Paul Whitnell President of the British Irish Trading Alliance

Thursday 22nd June

Report forecasts Government will have E600m less in the three years after Brexit

RTE's Sean Whelan on ESRI report

Sinn Fein FOI reveals government policy incentivised investment funds to hoard property

RTE's David Murphy and SF's Pearse Doherty

Need for doctors met by foreign trained medics

Professor Ruairi Brugha RCSI head of Epidemiology and Public Health medicine

Theresa May under pressure on Grenfell and Brexit

Conservative MP Sir Roger Gale - EU built on dreams that turned into a nightmare

Deadline to get homeless out of hotels by end-June to be missed

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy and Focus Ireland's Mike Allen

Wednesday 21st June

76 online fraudsters and internet criminals arrested as part of an operation led by Europol

RTE's Will Goodbody

A trunk water main has burst close to the Lee Road in Cork

David Joyce is acting director of services in Environment and Recreation at Cork City Council

Oireachtas Housing Committee hears about impact of AirBnB

RTE's Ailbhe Conneely, Minister Eoghan Murphy, FF's Barry Cowen

Queen Elizabeth has delivered a speech setting out the legislative agenda of Theresa May's minority government

RTE's Fiona Mitchell

Talks are continuing in Stormont today on the restoration of power-sharing in the Northern Assembly

RTE's Tommie Gorman

A warning of the dangers of removing politics from judicial appoinments

Dr Patrick O'Brien of the Law Department in the London School of Economics

The Taoiseach has locked horns with the Fianna Fail leader again over the appointment of former AG, Maire Whelan to the Court of Appeal

RTE's Martina Fitzgerald

Tuesday 20th June

Provision of a mobile cath lab for Waterford

Former Clinical Director of the South West Hospital Group Dr Rob Landers

Tender issued for mobile cath lab

RTÉ's Kate Egan on the latest regarding a mobile cath lab for Waterford

Latest on today's Cabinet meeting

Politicial Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald reports

Monday 19th June

Taoiseach to meet the British PM Theresa May

RTE's Micheal Lehane from Downing Street in London

Bike sharing scheme to go ahead despite warnings from Dublin City Council

RTE's Colman O'Sullivan

David Davis and Michel Barnier meet in Brussels

RTE's Europe Editor Tony Connolly

Maire Whelan has been appointed to the Court of Appeal

Eoin O'Malley is senior lecturer in political science in the School of Law and Government at DCU

One man died and 10 were injured after a van was driven into pedestrians outside a mosque early this morning

RTE's Fiona Mitchell from London

The number of people dead and missing presumed dead after the Grenfell Tower disaster has risen to 79

Councillor Robert Atkinson and Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy

Friday 16th June

Police confirm thirty dead after the Grenfell Tower tragedy

Laywer Sophie Khan is calling for an inquest into the Grenfell Tower tragedy and not a public inquiry

Breach of agreement

FF accuses the government of stroke politics over the Attorney General's appointment to the court of appeal RTE's Micheal Lehane and Finance Minister Paschal Donohue

It takes two to tango and we're ready to dance

DUP leader Arlene Foster's comment on power sharing, RTE's Tommie Gorman

Thursday 15th June

Chief Whip says key priority is addressing issue of speaking rights in Dáil

Government Chief Whip Joe McHugh TD on his new role and priorities

Talks between DUP & Conservative party continue re deal to allow formation of a minority government in Westminster

Former DUP MLA for East Belfast Nelson McCausland

Rescuers don't expect to find anyone else alive in Grenfell Tower

Reporter Louise Byrne with the latest from the scene of the deadly fire at Grenfell Tower in West London

Why are variable mortgage rates in Ireland so high?

Business Editor David Murphy & Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Finance Michael McGrath

Wednesday 14th June

Concerns raised about implications for the Good Friday Agreement of May DUP talks

Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern

Republican Congressman Steve Scalise was shot and wounded at baseball practice

The Irish Times' Suzanne Lynch

Many are missing after fire swept through Grenfell Tower, a 24 storey tower block in Kensington in London

RTE's Kate Egan and Fiona Mitchell

At noon today the Dail assembled to elect a new Taoiseach

RTE's Micheal Lehane and SBP's Hugh O'Connell

Tuesday 13th June

Former British prime minister John Major wary of planned deal between Prime Minister Theresa May and DUP

John Major said he was worried principally that the planned agreement could hurt the Northern Irish peace process in which the British government plays an impartial role

Engineering firm fined €300,000 over breaches in health and safety legislation in relation to death of man at Corrib Gas tunnel

Our Western Correspondent Pat McGrath says German civil engineering firm Wayss and Freytag Ingerieurbaun AG pleading guilty to two breaches of health and safety legislation, in relation to the death of German man Lars Wagner who was working on the Corrib Gas tunnel in Co. Mayo in 2013

Meeting between Conservative leader Theresa May and the DUP's Arlene Foster begins at Downing Street

Sam McBride, Political editor of the Belfast News Letter says DUP's London role could hasten Stormont's return. DUP could do a great service not just to Northern Ireland but to the whole island, if they throw their weight behind Britain staying in the customs union says Martin Mansergh, a negotiator of the Good Friday agreement.

Searches to resume in Co Wicklow following discovery of human remains in four separate locations

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports

Taoiseach Enda Kenny to address Dáil before stepping down

FG Parliamentary Party Chairman Martin Heydon says Enda Kenny's legacy enhanced by smooth transition of power to Leo Varadkar

Enda Kenny attends his final Cabinet meeting as Taoiseach

Our political correspondent Martina Fitzgerald reports from Leinster House on the latest developments, including the re-opening of Stepaside Garda station.

Monday 12th June

NAMA sale to be investigated by Comptroller and Auditor General

NAMA sale to be investigated by Comptroller and Auditor General

Varadkar says decision on Cabinet not finalised

RTE's Micheal Lehane

Detectives are trying to establish the identity of remains found by walkers in Wicklow

RTE's Paul Reynolds

How long can Theresa May last

The FT's George Parker and Brexit minister David Davis

Varadkar says governments in Dublin and London need to understand they're co-guarantors of the Good Friday Agreement

RTE's Tommie Gorman and Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams

Friday 9th June

Brussels reacts and new Cabinet may see fresh faces to deal with Brexit

RTE's Tony Connelly and Micheal Lehane

New politics Westminster style - the DUP has a critical role to play

RTE's Tommie Gorman and The Financial Times' George Parker

It's the first time there's no Irish nationalist voice at Westminister since 1830

Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin and Sinn Fein deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald

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