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    Thursday 30th July

    Former Top Gear trio sign deal with Amazon Prime

    Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed a deal for a new motoring show with Amazon's streaming service

    Ireland fastest growing economy in EU - CSO

    Ireland's economy accelerated by 1.4% in the first three months of this year and expanded by more than previously thought in 2014

    Mark Pollock wins damages case after window fall

    An adventurer from Northern Ireland who became the first blind man to reach the South Pole is in line for multi-million-pound compensation

    Two investigations after Cloverhill Prison clashes

    The Irish Penal Reform Trust has called for an independent inquiry

    Italian admits to Dublin killing but denies murder

    A 36-year-old man has admitted killing freelance journalist Tom O'Gorman at his home in Castleknock in Dublin in January of last year

    Further talks on possible publication of Drumm statement

    Fintan Drury, formerly of Anglo Irish Bank, appeared at the Banking Inquiry this afternoon

    Wednesday 29th July

    A major new film studio deal for Limerick

    Chief Executive of Limerick City and County Council, Conn Murray on the confirmation that the council has signed Heads of Agreement with Troy Studios, subject to planning permission, for a long-term lease of the former Dell Factory in Limerick

    Crowded field for Republican nomination for US President

    Dr Jack Thompson, Lecturer at UCD's Clinton Institute of American Studies on the crowded field for the republican nomination for president in the US and who will the party pick to run against the likely Democratci party choice next year, Hilary Clinton?

    Dublin and Clare boycott Camogie 'coin-toss'

    Bríd McNamara, PRO for the Clare Camogie on how the future of this season's All-Ireland senior camogie championship is in question after Clare and Dublin both pulled out of today's drawing of lots for a place in the quarter finals

    Disneyland Paris under investigation for price discrimination

    Director General of the European Consumer Organisation, Monique Goyens, on how consumers have accused Disneyland Paris of denying them access to cheaps deals available to residents of France or Belgium

    British Cabinet's COBRA Committee discusses migrant crisis

    London Correspondent Fiona Mitchell on this morning's meeting of the British Cabinet's COBRA committee, to discuss the migrant crisis at the Channel tunnel in Calais

    DPP raises concern over publication of Drumm statement to banking inquiry

    Sandra Hurley reports on this mornings proceedings from the Banking Inquiry and Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald on the DPP raising concerns over the publication of David Drumm's statement

    Nephew sentenced to life over uncle's murder

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on the case of a 24 year old David Cully, who shot his uncle Edward O'Connor in the back and has been sentenced at the Central Criminal Court to life in prison

    Central Bank raises growth forecast

    Economics Correspondent, Sean Whelan on how the Central Bank has revised upwards its forecast for economic growth for 2015 and 2016

    Tuesday 28th July

    Anglo Trial jury begins to consider it's verdict

    Orla O'Donnell reports from the Central Criminal Court

    NATO to address Turkish campaign against IS and Kurdish militants

    Robin Emmet of the Financial Times reports from Brussells

    LÉ NIAMH Rescues 210 Migrants and Recovers 14 Bodies from Overcrowded Barge

    Captain David Barry speaks about the LE Niamh’s most recent rescue mission

    Irish Water will stay on Exchequer Balance Sheet

    Paul Murphy reacts to the news that Irish Water will be kept on the Exchequer balance sheet.

    Irish Water ruling will not change budget - Noonan

    Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said that an expected ruling by Eurostat that State funds spent on Irish Water must stay on the Exchequer balance sheet will make no statistical difference to the next budget

    PTSB to give compensation after mortgage failures

    Almost 1,400 mortgage holders with Permanent TSB and Springboard Mortgages are due to receive compensation after a series of failures related to mortgages were uncovered by the Central Bank.

    Monday 27th July

    Child sexual abuse reported by more than half of callers to Connect

    Theresa Merrigan, Service Manager with Connect, discusses a report into child sexual abuse

    Bobbi Kristina Brown dies at 22

    John O'Driscoll, RTÉ Ten Editor, reports on the death of Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown

    Chinese stock market suffers massive falls

    Louise Cooper, Independent financial analyst, reports on the Chinese stock market suffering its biggest fall in years

    Nurses outline staffing issues at Mayo inquest

    Pat McGrath, RTÉ Western Correspondent, reports on an inquest into the death of Darby King

    Anglo trial told prosecution case not good enough

    Orla O'Donnell, RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent, reports on from the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court

    Report into creation of a university in south-east

    Michael Kelly discusses his report into a technical university for the south-east

    Debate continues over Drumm evidence at Banking Inquiry

    Shane Ross, Independent TD, gives his take on the Banking Inquiry

    DPP to rule on Drumm video-link evidence

    Martina Fitzgerald, RTÉ Political Correspondent, reports on the Banking Inquiry

    Friday 24th July

    Ed Sheeran set for Croke Park gigs

    Sinead Crowley, RTÉ’s Arts and Media Correspondent, is at Croke Park where Ed Sheeran will perform in front of 160,000 fans over the next two days

    Sweet surprise for Galway teenager

    Pat McGrath, RTÉ’s Western Correspondent, on a ‘Make a Wish’ surprise for Aran Islands teenager

    Council votes in favour of Londonderry name change

    Eamonn McCann, journalist and activist, on a decision by Derry City and Strabane District Council to change the official name of Londonderry to Derry

    Trial told accounts linked to FitzPatrick hidden

    Orla O’Donnell, RTÉ’s Legal Affairs Correspondent, on the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials, charged with trying to hide accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick from the Revenue Commissioners

    Troika back in Greece

    Peter Spiegel, Brussels Bureau Chief of the Financial Times, on the return of EU creditors to Athens as Greece prepares to start negotiations for a third bailout

    Inquiry hears hysterectomy operation went smoothly

    Fergal Bowers, RTÉ's Health Correspondent, from the Medical Council Inquiry of Dr Peter Van Geene, where a consultant anaesthetist has said that the hysterectomy operation performed on former patient, Helen Cruise, at Aut Even Hospital on 23 August 2011 went smoothly

    New laws to better protect domestic abuse victims

    Frances Fitzgerald , Minister for Justice and Equality, on new legislation to make it easier for victims of domestic violence to obtain barring orders

    Thursday 23rd July

    Paralysed athlete sues friends over second-floor fall

    Mark Pollock, who lives in Dublin, was the first blind man to race to the South Pole

    Minister to push for tourism tax-breaks

    Michael Ring TD says he will discuss tax breaks for seaside resorts with the Department of Finance in the approach to this year’s budget

    Jeremy Corbyn the surprise front-runner in Labour leadership contest

    Senior members of the Labour party, who nominated Corbyn, have described themselves as “morons”

    Medical council inquiry hears of emergency call

    Peter Van Geene is facing allegations that four patients suffered significant and serious complications after undergoing hysterectomies

    Ireland’s national debt “falling rapidly”, says Noonan

    The Minister for Finance was speaking at the launch of the NTMA annual report today

    Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the hot seat at the Banking Inquiry

    Sandra Hurley reports from Leinster House, with analysis from David Davin-Power

    Wednesday 22nd July

    New drug for early stage Alzheimers

    Dr Sean Kennelly, Geriatrician at the Adelaide and Meath hospital in Tallaght, on new data investigating the effectiveness of the drug solanezumab on the treatment of early-stage Alzheimers

    Mafia assets worth €2bn seized in Italy

    Paddy Agnew, Irish Times Correspondent in Rome, where anti- mafia police have seized assets belonging to an organised crime syndicate in Reggio Calabria worth two billion euros

    Pramerica announces 330 jobs for Donegal

    Gerard Grant, Vice-President Information Technology & Facilities Pramerica, on 330 jobs that have been created at Pramercia Systems Ireland in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

    Mothercare Ireland enters interim examinership

    RTÉ Business Editor, David Murphy on the announcement of the appointment of an interim examiner by the High Court to Mothercare Ireland, which employs 276 people in 18 stores

    Racist graffiti on a rural Meath road

    Mairead McGuinness MEP, Vice-President of the European Parliament, on racist graffiti on a rural road in Meath

    Cabinet at Lissadell House for Yeats' anniversary

    RTÉ's Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald and INM Political Columnist John Downing, discuss the cabinet meeting at Lissadell House this afternoon, to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of poet William Butler Yeats

    Tuesday 21st July

    Online cheating website hacked

    Managing Director of Threatscape Dermot Williams, on the hacking of Ashley Madison, a dating website for married people who wish to cheat on their spouse and online security

    President calls for moral courage to respond to climate change

    RTÉ's Environment Correspondent George Lee, is in Paris where President Michael D Higgins has addressed a climate change summit where he called for moral courage to respond to the effects of climate change

    Milk prices at ten year low

    Agricultural economist with Teagasc Dr Thia Hennessey, and President of the ICMSA John Comer, on the slump of World milk prices, which have reached a ten year low

    Investigation underway over Turkey suicide bombing

    Lecturer in International Relations at Nottingham Trent University, Natasha Underhill, on investigations in Turkey into an attack believed to have been carried out by Islamic State and which left at least 30 people dead, most of them young students

    Medical inquiry hears about issues with referrals

    RTÉ's Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers, on the continuing Medical Council inquiry allegations of poor professional performance by a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, Dr Peter Van Geene, at Aut Even private hospital in Kilkenny

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