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    Friday 12th February

    Who won €66m in the Euromillions draw?

    South-East Correspondent Damien Tiernan on how the winning ticket for the recent €66m Euromillions prize was bought in Carlow

    How great is the threat of terrorism across Europe?

    Deputy Director of Europol, the European Law Enforcement Agency, Vill Van Gemert talks about the threat of terrorism across the continent

    Green Party's court case again RTÉ continues

    Vivienne Traynor reports on day two of the Green Party's High Court case against RTÉ over its exclusion from the election TV debate on Monday night

    Latest from the election campaign trail

    Reporter Rosin Duffy on who has been saying what and where in election 2016

    What's the view in Syria on the proposed ceasefire deal?

    Kareem Shaheen, Guardian Correspondent in Beirut, on the reaction to the proposed deal on Syria

    Will the proposed Syrian ceasefire work?

    Professor Fawaz Gerges of the London School of Economics gives his view on the deal to end fighting in Syria, following talks in Germany

    Court hears of €5.3m Thomas 'Slab' Murphy tax order

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the sentencing hearing of Thomas 'slab' Murphy at The Special Criminal Court - sentencing has been adjourned until 26th of February 2016

    Thursday 11th February

    RTE's David Murphy on the political parties tax plans

    RTE's Business Editor David Murphy analyses the tax plans of the political parties

    Tensions rise on Korean Penninsula over industrial complex

    Prof Robert Kelly from Pusang University in South Korea on the implications of the closure of the Kaesong Industrial Complex in South Korea

    TDs Clare Daly and Regina Doherty debate the issues

    Clare Daly TD Independent for Change and Fine Gael TD Regina Doherty debate the issues

    Green Party challenges RTE over Leaders debate

    Vivienne Traynor reports on the legal challenge brought by the Green Party against RTE as they seek inclusion in the Leaders Debate

    Highlights from the Election Campaign

    Roisin Duffy reports on whats been said on the campaign trail this morning

    Wednesday 10th February

    Those voting for the first time in Election 2016

    Emma McNamara reports on some of the 100,000 people, who've been granted citizenship in Ireland since 2011, who'll be voting for the first time on Friday 26th of February

    Latest on tomorrow's Luas strike in Dublin

    Gerry Madden, Managing Director of Transdev on the Luas strike planned for tomorrow

    Latest from Election 2016

    Roisin Duffy rounds-up what's been happening in the election campaign so far today

    How do you deal with gangland crime?

    Declan Power, Security Defence Analyst, on what should be done to tackle gangland crime

    Living with the fear of criminal gangs

    Joan Byrne, Co-ordinator with Citywide Drugs Crisis Campaign on those living in Dublin's inner city, who are on the front line of the drugs gangs and their feuds

    Disability centre closed after HIQA report

    Social Affairs Correspondent Joe Little on the reports from the Health Information and Quality Authority which show one centre for people with disabilities has been closed and residents have been moved from two other facilities on the same campus, following damning inspection reports about them

    Tuesday 9th February

    Deepening humanitarian crisis on Turkey/Syrian border

    Sam Taylor of MSF is on the border

    A round up of election news

    Roisin Duffy reports on what the political parties havebeen saying so far today

    Sinn Fein launches its Election Manifesto

    Sinn Fein Deputy Leader Marylou Mc Donald

    Crackdown on Gangland crime as tension rises

    Taioseach Enda Kenny reacts to latest killing in Dublin and latest from RTE's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

    Monday 8th February

    Election 2016: 340,000 entitled to vote for first time

    Reporter Emma McNamara visits Waterford Institute of Technology to hear the views of first time voters

    Election 2016: Fianna Fáil economic strategy announced

    Fianna Fáil's finance spokesman Michael McGrath discusses his party's economic strategy

    Election 2016: Labour's economic plan unveiled

    Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin discusses the Labour Party's economic plan

    Hotel manager's eye-witness account of shooting horror

    Regency Hotel manager James McGettigan describes the scene during Friday's shootings and difficulties after calling 999

    Dissident republicans say they were responsible for Dublin hotel shootings

    Crime correspondent Paul Reynolds on claims that dissident republican group carried out shootings at Regency Hotel

    Friday 5th February

    Is Sonia O'Sullivan in line for gold?

    Sonia O'Sullivan discusses reports she may have been cheated out of a gold medal at the 1993 World Championships by doping rivals

    Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin finance spokesmen in studio

    Michael McGrath and Pearse Doherty discuss their parties plans for the economy.

    Day Two of election campaigning

    Roisin Duffy with a round-up from this morning's campaign trail

    Nurses vote to accept revised proposals to tackle ED overcorwding

    IMNO general Secretary Liam Doran says proposals brought forward to WRC must now be implented for patients and staff at emergency rooms

    Thursday 4th February

    Man jailed for stealing ATM with digger in Co Sligo

    Journalist Marese McDonogh reports on the jailing of Bernard Quigley (43) for seven-and-a-half years for theft of ATM with €124,000 using a stolen digger in Tubbercurry in 2014

    Finance minister Michael Noonan in studio

    Michael Noonan speaks about Fine Gael's long-term economic plan and the foster care controversy

    Day One of election campaigning

    Roisin Duffy with a round-up from this morning's campaign trail

    Syria refugee crisis conference opens in London

    UN Special Representative for International Migration Peter Sutherland says the conference underlines the unequal response of nations to the refugee crisis

    Wednesday 3rd February

    Bowing out of Dail Eireann

    Former Labour leader Pat Rabbitte and Socialist Party Leader Joe Higgins on retiring from the Dail

    Vodafone launches stock selling facility

    RTE's Business Editor David Murphy explains what Vodafone are doing

    General Election is called

    Roisin Duffy reports on the events of the morning and Emma Mc Namara talks to people outside the media bubble

    Tuesday 2nd February

    Trump loses, Clinton wins in US presidential caucus

    Dr Jack Thompson of the Clinton Institute at UCD discusses the Iowa results as White House race begins in earnest

    EU-UK draft deal published

    Financial Times political editor George Parker assesses the draft EU-UK deal published by European Council President Donald Tusk

    HSE chief grilled by PAC over foster care abuse allegations

    HSE Director General Tony O'Brien questioned by PAC over abuse controversy; children's law solicitor Catherine Ghent and Political Correspondent David Davin-Power give their reactions

    Monday 1st February

    69 year old man rescued from a Galway mountainside

    Ronan Concannon of Pro Galway Mountain Rescue says the mountains will always be there, don't go up them when the weather's bad

    When will Enda Kenny go to The Park?

    RTE's David Davin Power says it's likely to be tomorrow, with the election on February 26th

    Body recovered off the Co Kerry coast during search for a missing man

    Ann Lucey says the search began yesterday afternoon off the coast of Templenoe and resumed at first light today

    White House hopefuls make their final pitch in Iowa before the first votes are cast in this year's US Presidential elections

    RTE's Catriona Perry reports from Iowa and Gina London says this sets the stage for everything else in the election

    WHO meets on Zika Virus

    WHO spokesman Christian Lindmayer addresses the questions questions about the threat it could pose

    Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission investigates the circumstances surrounding the death of a man in a traffic collision in Co Galway

    RTE's Pat McGrath says the incident occurred on the N18 between Ardrahan and Kilcolgan shortly after midnight

    More on the abuse scandal in the South East

    RTE's Joe Little says the Garda Commissioner is examining PAC's allegation that state employees may have acted in a criminal manner placing vulnerable individuals with a foster family

    Friday 29th January

    - Varoufakis reacts to Banking Inquiry report

    Yanis Varoufakis, Greek academic economist, discusses the threat to eject Greece from the Schengen area and Ireland's banking inquiry report

    Criticism over HSE's reaction to abuse allegations at care home

    Kathleen Lynch, Minister of State at the Department of Health with special responsibility for Social Care, discusses the controversy over a woman placed in a foster home, despite the facility being subject to abuse allegations with a comment from HSE Ceo Tony O Brien

    Court grants €2m judgement against Mick Wallace

    Vivienne Traynor, RTÉ Courts Reporter, reports that the Commercial Court has granted summary judgement for €2million against Independent TD Mick Wallace

    Thursday 28th January

    Data Protection Commissioner criticises compliance with data protection laws in public sector

    Helen Dixon spoke to RTE's Will Goodbody about her plans for 2016

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