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    Monday 28th July

    Hundreds expected to attend public meeting on drug use

    Organiser of the meeting is Derek Russell spoke to News at One

    Associated Newspapers apologises to FG senator

    Our reporter Dyane Connor was in court

    ESRI says income inequality has been reduced

    Minister of State at the Department of Social Protection Kevin Humphreys discusses

    Man jailed for eight years for kidnapping

    Our Crime Correspondent is Paul Reynolds

    Two Irish climbers have died on Mont Blanc

    Experienced mountaineer, Pat Falvey, spoke to Jonathan

    Diplomatic efforts continue in Gaza

    Nadim Shehadi, associate fellow of Chatham House, discusses

    Ivor Callely jailed for five months for fraud

    Our legal affairs correspondent Orla O'Donnell explains

    Friday 25th July

    Population ‘boom’ on Rathlin Island

    Jessica Bates explains why she is one of scores of people choosing island life as the population of the only inhabited island off the coast of Northern Ireland has almost doubled in the past 10 years.

    Dana's brother cleared of 2 sex abuse charges

    Journalist Chris Hewitt reports that John Brown, the brother of Eurovision Song Contest winner Dana Rosemary Scallon, has been found not guilty of two counts of historic sex abuse.

    Funerals of two Sligo brothers

    Our North West Correspondent, Eileen Magnier, reports from the funeral of brothers Brandon and Shane Michael Skeffington who died on Sunday night in Sligo

    Efforts intensify to secure Gaza ceasefire

    Shashank Joshi, research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London says US Secretary of State John Kerry has put forward a proposal for a seven day truce.

    Former Anglo clerk gets suspended sentence for defrauding employer

    Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, details how a former clerk who stole money from Anglo Irish bank has been given a suspended sentence.

    Ireland responds to Obama’s ‘gaming the system’ tax remarks

    Fergal O'Rourke, chairman of the tax policy committee of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, and Simon Harris, Minister of State at the Department of Finance, respond to what President Obama had to say

    Major non-compliance at HSE-run Mayo care centre for adults

    Our Religious & Social Affairs Correspondent, Joe Little, reveals that the treatment of residents during one meal at the HSE-run centre in Swinford was described as 'distressing' during an inspection last February.

    Thursday 24th July

    Ireland's UN representative's concern over Gaza death toll

    Ireland's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Ambassador Patricia O'Brien, outlines Ireland's position on the situation in Gaza and Israel

    Sudanese woman sentenced to death arrives in Rome

    Paddy Agnew Rome Correspondent of the Irish Times says Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman sentenced to death for apostasy in May and later released, arrived in Rome this morning.

    Ryanair to increase Shannon flights

    Neil Pakey, manager of Shannon Airport, says Ryanair is also to increase its flights to and from Shannon for its winter schedule.

    HSE made remove data from website

    Data Protection Commissioner, Billy Hawkes, on why he asked the HSE to remove payment details from its website For more on this I've been talking to Billy Hawkes, the Data Protection Commissioner, who is today giving what he hopes will be his final interviews before leaving the post at the end of next month.

    EU diplomats examine Russian sanctions plan

    Peter Spiegel, head of the Financial Times Brussels Bureau with details of leaked draft strategy document on tough new sanctions which could be imposed on Russia for its on-going support of rebels in eastern Ukraine, that is being examined by EU diplomats

    UN monitors find largest part yet of MH17 plane

    Michael Bociurkiw, Chief Monitor of the OSCE's Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine says they have found the biggest part yet of the downed Malaysian flight MH17.

    Over 100 people on missing Air Algerie flight

    Aviation expert Gerry Byrne looks at what might have happened

    Wednesday 23rd July

    Molly Malone statue in Dublin defaced

    Richard Guiney is CEO of the Dublin City Business Improvement District

    Two Irish writers long listed for this year's Man Booker Prize

    Our Arts and Media Correspondent Sineád Crowley reports

    Inquest into the death of Peaches Geldof hears she was a heroin addict

    James Waterhouse of the BBC was at the inquest in Gravesend

    Finance Minister Michael Noonan suggests there will be fewer cutbacks in October's Budget than had been previously expected.

    Our political correspondent Martina Fitzgerald reports

    The Netherlands mourns as it awaits the bodies of some of those killed on flight MH17

    Telegraph correspondent Roland Oliphant reports on downing of two fighter jets in Eastern Ukraine. RTÉ's Europe Correspondent Paul Cunningham reports from Hilversum which is mourning 13 victims

    UN's human rights chief says Israel might be guilty of war crimes

    Middle East Editor with the Guardian, Ian Black says Navi Pillay is laying down a marker

    Tuesday 22nd July

    Rodney Dolan tells his story of being taken hostage by a gang on Sunday night

    Caomhin O'Caoilain, of Sinn Fein, discusses a report from the HSE on compliance with public pay policy

    Fr John glynn, parish priest of Tourlestrane, talks about the tragic deaths of two brothers in Banada on Sunday

    Robert Turner, Director of Operations for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency in Gaza, has the latest from there

    Paul Cunningham, RTÉ Europe Correspondent, reports on the meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Brussels

    Eileen Magnier, RTÉ North West Correspondent, reports on the trial of a man charged with dangerous driving killing eight people

    Charlie Flanagan, Minister for Foreign Affairs, talks to RTÉ's Europe Correspondent, Paul Cunningham

    Monday 21st July

    Gardai investigate deaths of two brothers in County Sligo

    Our North Western Correspondent Eileen Magnier reports and gets local reaction

    NW1-First outbreak of fighting in Donetsk since downing of flight MH17

    Julian Borger, Diplomatic Editor at the Guardian on the possibility of further sanctions against Russia

    Dublin City Council launches pilot scheme to allow families to design ideal appartments

    Dublin City Architect Ali Grehan explains

    Draft legislation aims to protect consumers who borrow from lenders outside the State

    Conor Brophy of our business staff reports

    Bord Na Mona announces record profits

    CEO Gabriel D'Arcy on plans for wind energy and large smokeless coal manufacturing facility

    Gardai investigate kidnap of teenager and armed robbery in County Louth

    Elaine Keogh reports

    Former presidential candidate Dana Rosemary Scallon gives evidence in trial of brother John Brown who denies indecent assault

    Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell joins us now from Harrow Crown Court

    Doctors under pressure to deal with high numbers of dead and injured in Gaza

    Samantha Maurin from MSF describes conditions

    Friday 18th July

    Dutch team of investigators are to leave for Kiev to begin investigations

    Dr Peter Hollingsworth, civil aviation engineer and lecturer at the University of Manchester discusses type of artillary that may have been used to bring the plane down

    Relatives gather at Schipol Airport where Malaysian Airlines flight took off from

    Our Europe Correspondent Paul Cunningham has the latest from there

    Irish Rail to implement cost cutting measures from next week

    Our Industry and Employment Correspondent, Ingrid Miley, has the details

    23 health and disability groups to have their funding restored for year while review is carried out

    Our political correspondent Martina Fitzgerald discusses

    Israeli Prime Minister says Israel is prepared to 'significantly widen' its ground offensive against militants in Gaza

    Daniel Nisman, President of Levantine Group, a Middle East-based geopolitical risk consultancy has the details

    World leaders demand international investigation into Malaysian Airlines crash

    Presenter, Vincent Murphy spoke to Maria Lipman, from the Carnegie Institute in Moscow and a friend of one the Australian victims of the crash

    Thursday 17th July

    Two Dublin local authroties issue swimming bans as result of E.Coli in the water

    Adrian Conway, Executive Manager of the Environment and Transport Department in Dublin City council discusses:

    Reports emerge of breakthrough in conflict between Israel and Gaza

    Channel Four News Foreign Correspondent, Jonathan Miller is in Gaza:

    Review of the controversial 'On the Runs' administrative scheme finds significant systemic failures but says it was lawful

    Our political correspondant David Davin Power discusses the findings

    Wednesday 16th July

    Small Firms Association welcomes Oireachtas committee report on funding for SMEs

    Patricia Callan is director of the Small Firms Association

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