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Thursday 27th October

New report shows cocaine cut down with a veterinary drug

Dr Tom Hannigan from Forensic Science Ireland who analyse all seizures of suspected drugs for prosecution purposes

Do we need another public holiday?

Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes and Patricia Callan from the Small Firms Association on whether Ireland needs another public holiday

Concerns over fate of child refugees in Calais camp

Valentina Bollenback from Save the Children on the situation regarding child refugees in Calais & Labour Senator Ivana Bacik on a campaign to get the Irish Government here to do more to help the migrant children from the camp in Calais

Improved terms may see ASTI suspend action

Ed Byrne the President of the ASTI on how the union might agree to temporarily suspend planned withdrawal from supervision and substitution duties & RTÉ's Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley

First of 7 planned strike days at schools

Education Minister Richard Bruton TD answers questions from Journalists regarding todays strike action by teachers & Jane Hayes Nally President of the Irish Second Level Students Union on how students have been affected

Government comes under pressure to accept principle of equal pay for equal work

Edel McAllister reports from Leinster House where the teachers strike was raised during Leaders' Questions,

Wednesday 26th October

The beer that's being delivered by driverless cars

RTE's Will Goodbody

240 hours of community service for manager found guilty of assault at Aras Attracta

RTE's Pat McGrath

Garda appeal for information on abduction in County Louth

RTE's Paul Reynolds

What Theresa may really thinks about Brexit

What Theresa may really thinks about Brexit

Iarnrod Eireann faces a major financial crisis

Seán Canney TD Minister of State for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief

Best ever September for Irish tourism

Niall Gibbons CEO of Tourism Ireland

Over 200,000 secondary students will bew forced to stay at home tomorrow

RTE's Eleanor Burnhill spent this morning at Coláiste Bríde in Clondalkin

Teachers and gardai look set to go ahead with their strike actions

RTE correspondent Ingrid Miley

Tuesday 25th October

Third runway at Heathrow cleared for takeoff by ministers

Eoghan Corry from says the new runway will significantly relieve the pressure on Dublin Airport

Calais 'Jungle': Migrant camp awaits demolition

Our reporter Eleanor Burnhill reports on the latest developments taking place at Calais

One in three babies delivered by caesarean section

Professor Fergal Malone, Master of the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin says that in 2014 30 percent of babies were delivered by c-section compared to just 7 percent in 1984 and 13 percent in 1993

Key figure in traveller criminal gang arrested

Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, says the arrest took place in County Meath

Government agrees counter-motion to Eighth Amendment Bill

Our Political Correspondent, Martina Fitzgerald, and Minister for Children, Katherine Zappone, discuss what will happen next

Big increase in deaths on Irish roads

Moyah Murdock, Chief Executive of the Road Safety Authority, says 30 more people have died on Irish roads so far this year when compared with last year

Monday 24th October

Bank not consulted on full 'help to buy' scheme

Business Editor David Murphy on how the Central Bank not consulted on full 'help to buy' scheme

How to keep your phone data safe

Garda Keith White, from the Garda Cyber Crime Bureau on how to keep your mobile phone data secure

British PM holds talks with the leaders of Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales

Northern Editor Tommie Gorman on the meeting between the British Prime Minister & the leaders of Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales

GSOC inquiry stalled by legal barrier

Fianna Fáil's Spokesperson on Justice, Jim O'Callaghan TD, says he will table an amendment bill to overcome the legal issues stalling the O'Higgins Commission

France starts clearing Calais 'Jungle' camp

Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports from Calais on the clearing by the French authorities of the 'Jungle' migrant camp

AAA-PBP calling on Independent Alliance to support bill to repeal the Eighth Amendment

Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald on how the Anti Austerity Alliance/ People Before Profit have called on members of the Independent Alliance to support its bill to repeal the Eighth Amendment

Drink-driver who killed boy has sentence reduced

Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell on how The Appeal Court has reduced the sentence imposed on a drink driver, who killed a 4 year old boy and severely injured his mother, in a crash in County Laois in 2014

Teachers & gardaí meet to discuss planned strike action

Industry & Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley on the separate planned industrial actions by the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland & Gardaí

NI bakery loses gay marriage cake appeal

Journalist Alan Erwin from Laganside Media, reports from the Court of Appeal in Belfast, where the Christian owners of a Belfast bakery have lost their appeal against a ruling that their refusal to make a 'gay cake' was discriminatory

Friday 21st October

Taoiseach says 'no new state aid cases against Ireland' have been opened by European Commission

Our Europe Editor Tony Connolly reports from Brussels where Enda Kenny was speaking at an EU Summit

HSE asks to take steps to re-mark burial ground with the identities of over a thousand people

Our Midlands Correspondent Ciarán Mullooly says the bodies were interred in a cemetery at St Loman's Hospital, Mullingar, Co Westmeath

The funeral of former Ireland player and Munster Rugby head coach, Anthony Foley is taking place in Killaloe, County Clare this lunchtime

Tomás O Mainnín Nuacht RTÉ reports from Saint Flannan's Church

Children's Court rules entitled to convict a 17 year old boy of false imprisonment of former Tánaiste, Joan Burton and her advisor

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports

Louth County Council investigates illegal dumping close to the River Fane

Mark Dearey, Local Green party councillor and chair of Dundalk Municpal Council says the clean up and investigation is underway

As Iraqi and Kurdish forces move in on ISIS, UNICEF outlines plight of tens of thousands of fleeing civilians including children

Juliette Touma is Regioan; Communications Manager with UNICEF Middle East

TUI executive meets to decide members' approach towards ASTI planned strike action

Our Education Correspondent Emma O'Kelly reports

AGSI president says union in 'undesirable position' and reiterates call to Government to try to resolve matters urgently

Antoinette Cunningham speaks to our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

Thursday 20th October

Sinn Féin to introduce motion calling on Government to cancel increases or restoration in TD pay

Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Labour appear to be leaving the issue of taking pay restoration up to TDs themselves. Sinn Fein TD David Cullinane and the Social Democrats Róisín Shortall discuss

The Department of Housing is to issue guidelines for local authorities about how to deal with AirBnB properties

Brendan Slattery, solicitor who specialises in planning law with Barry Doyle and Company solicitors analyses yesterday's planning decision

169 individuals are now sleeping rough across Dublin City according to one of the cities volunteer organisations.

Inner City Helping Homeless says that in the past year there has been an increase of 13% of 18-20 year olds, and a 22% increase in women on the streets- Emma McNamara reports

Housing Minister Simon Coveney considers Opposition input on first time buyers tax rebate

Fianna Fáil Environment spokesperson Barry Cowen says €600,000 cut off too high

Finance Bill to be submitted to the Dáil

Our Business Editor David Murphy looks at changes called for by the Central Bank to the help to buy scheme for first time buyers

Schools may not open after mid-term if teachers' strike goes ahead warns Joint Managerial Body

General Secretary of the JMB John Curtis says he's frustrated that union ASTI hasn't engaged over supervision

Wednesday 19th October

Finance Bill to be published tomorrow

Business Editor David Murphy on what might be in the Finance Bill, which is being published tomorrow

Inis Mór residents concerned after latest threat to ferry services

Co-op Manager on Inis Mór, Cathy Ní Ghoill, on why residents on why islanders are concerned after the latest threat to ferry services to & from the island

Elmar Brok concerned that Brexit was 'all a game'

Chair of the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, Elmar Brok, speaks about meeting Cabinet Ministers in the UK regarding Brexit

Hundreds flee Iraqi city of Mosul

Guardian journalist Martin Chulov on how some 900 people have fled the Iraqi city of Mosul & crossed into Syria

Committee hears of lack of visible garda presence

Conor McMorrow reports from Leinster House on the Garda Inspectorate's appearance before the Oireachtas Justice Committee

How does the Government plan to deal with public sector pay?

The Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform Paschal Donohoe TD, on the Public Sector Pay Commission & current issues surrounding pay

Justice Minister has not yet discussed contingency plans with Garda Commissioner

Industry & Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley on the issues surrounding the Gardaí's industrial action

Tuesday 18th October

Netflix will spend $6 billion on buying and producing films and TV content for its online streaming service

Colette Sexton news correspondent with The Sunday Business Post

The High Court nears verdict on appeal by junior doctor against a Medical Council decision that he be struck off

RTE's Fergal Bowers

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