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    Monday 22nd September

    Greyhound voters vote on settlement to end industrial action

    Our Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley on the latest developments

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy announces return to politics

    John Lichfield, Paris Correspondent, The London Independent

    Government takes pre-budget advice from Fiscal Advisory Council

    Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald discusses

    Inquest into death of woman at Sligo General Hospital begins

    Regional reporter Teresa Mannion reports on the opening day of the inquest

    Immigrant Council of Ireland says direct provision putting sex trafficking victims in danger

    Denise Charlton, Chief Executive of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, details the council's latest report to the Minister for Justice

    Shares of supermarket giant Tesco slump following accounting fault

    Conor Brophy of our business staff discusses the error

    Gardaí issue warning over rising number of buglaries

    Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, discusses the publication of the latest crime figures

    Friday 19th September

    Sierra Leone on lock down in the fight against Ebola

    The Taioseach on possible tax cuts

    Tom Healy of the Nevin Economic Research Institute analyses the Taioseachs comments on possible tax cuts in the next budget

    Number crunching Scotland's poll

    Prof John Curtice of Strathclyde University on who voted yes and no

    Good news for Ireland in Euro 2020

    FAI chief John Delaney talks to Soccer Correspondent Tony O Donoghue

    The response from North of England -Brian Aitken Editor The Journal

    The North of England wants more power and influence

    British Ambassador on whats next for Scotland and the United Kingdom

    Scotland Reacts

    Political and public reaction to the referendum result in Scotland

    Thursday 18th September

    Anti terror raids in Australia -Padraig Collins reports

    Raids carried out because of intelligence reports that islamic extremists to carry out random killings

    More schools use Jobsbridge to fill posts -

    The trade union Impact 's Kevin Callinan on concerns that SNA jobs being filled by Jobsbridge

    Voting is brisk in Scotland

    Deputy Foreign Editor Fiona Mitchell on Scottish Referendum vote

    Irish Medical Organisation says cuts in health unrealistic

    President of IMO Professor Trevor Duffy on his pre budget submission

    No extra taxes no extra cutbacks says Finance Minister

    Michael Noonan says economy could grow by as much as 4% this year .Economics editor Sean Whelan analyses CSO figures

    Wednesday 17th September

    Dail returns

    Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald analyses what lies ahead

    Penal Reform Review report -Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

    Last campaigning day in Scotland

    Deputy Foreign editor Fiona Mitchell reports as the campaign enters the fianl strait

    Trial opens in London into murder of Irishman

    Trial of murder of Irish man Michael Hunt - report Chris Baynes

    Special discussion programme on the new dail term

    Panel discussion with Minister Simon Coveney Marylou Mc Donald SF Michael Mc Grath FF and Catherine Murphy Ind

    Tuesday 16th September

    Controversy in Kilaloo over deaconate

    Catholic activist Kathleen Mc Donnell explains

    Hayes Hotel sold at Auction -Marty Morrissey

    Mary Morrissey reminisces

    GRA says Guerin Report one sided

    Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

    Ireland's business tax regime under spotlight

    OECD report on Ireland's corporate tax rates - Economics Editor Sean Whelan and Finance Professor Jim Stewart TCD

    Latest on the death of a man in Tullow County Carlow- RTE's Damien Tiernan

    Intense campaigning continues in Scotland

    RTE's Deputy Foreign Editor reports with analysis by Professor John Brewer QUB

    Monday 15th September

    Calls for 350 seriously ill people to be given early access to new treatments

    Brian O'Mahony, Chief Executive of the Irish Haemophilia Society

    Protests at a centre for asylum seekers in Cork

    Spokesman for the protestors, Lucky Khambule

    The funeral of Ian Paisley, the former DUP leader and first minister of Northern Ireland, is underway

    David McKittrick Ireland Correspondent with the London Independent

    The vote on Scotland's independence nears

    Paul Cunningham reports

    International efforts to tackle ISIS

    Borzou Daragahi, Middle East and North Africa for the Financial Times

    President demands response to housing crisis

    President Michael D Higgins today expressed his concerns

    The latest on the penalty points controversy

    Paul Reynolds reports

    Friday 12th September

    Thursday 11th September


    Fijian soldiers released by Al Nusra in Golan -Rula Amin reports


    NAMA says its to fund 4,500 new housing units in Dublin -Business editor David Murphy


    President Obama's strategy on Islamic State-analysis Dr Afaz Ashral Royal United Services Institute


    Scotland's biggest banks to move-Economist Dr Monique Able and RTE's Paul Colgan reports


    New proposals on waste management - Environment Correspondent George Lee reports


    Oscar Pistorius Not guilty of murder - Fiona Forde in Pretoria

    Wednesday 10th September

    Console calls for inquests into death by suicide to be held in private

    Console Chief Executive, Paul Kelly discusses

    Bombardier cuts almost four hundred jobs in Belfast

    Brendan Wright of our Northern Staff explains

    British PM David Cameron and the leaders of Britain's other main parties are in Scotland today to campaign for a NO vote in Scottish Ref

    Actor-and Yes Campaigner Brian Cox has described their intervention as 'too late '

    Phil Hogan has been appointed EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development

    The Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney and MEP Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan speak to Richard Crowley...

    Tuesday 9th September

    Environmental Protection Agency and Irish Water say there are 126 water plants around the country that don’t meet standards

    Jerry Grant, head of asset management at Irish Water, outlines the scale of the problem

    A ten year review of gun crime in Dublin has found a sharp increase due to gangland activity and drug dealing

    Dr Ian Murphy , author and Radioligist explains

    Dutch experts say Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed after being hit by numerous objects that pierced the plane at high speed

    Former Aer Lingus Captain Fintan Ryan discusses the findings of the report...

    The North's First Minister Peter Robinson has said the arrangements for a devolved government at Stormont are no longer fit for purpose

    Commentator Brian Feeney discusses

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