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    Friday 2nd October

    Le Niamh homecoming

    RTE's Paschal Sheehy on Le Niamh homecoming after humanitarian operations in the Mediterranean

    Tax returns 5.8% ahead of target says Exchequer

    RTE's Sean Whelan on latest Exchequer returns with comment from Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and reaction frrom Michael Mc Grath Finance Spokesman Fianna Fail

    An Post dispute intensifies

    RTE's Ingrid Miley has the latest

    Acclaimed playwright Brian Friel has died

    Arts Correspondent Sinead Crowley looks back on his life and Poet Seamus Deane and long time friend discusses his legacy

    Ireland names rugby line out for Sunday's crucial clash

    RTE's Michael Cocoran reports

    Minister Varadkar visits Donegal

    Health Minister on health services on Arranmore Island Co Donegal and on the trolley crisis and the Emergency Task Force

    Thursday 1st October

    Longboat Quay residents face no immediate risk of eviction says Dublin City Council

    Frank McDonald, former Environment Editor of the Irish Times and co-author of the book Builders on how Dublin City Council says the Dublin Docklands Development Authority will write to Longboat Quay residents and owners this afternoon or tomorrow to disclose the amount it will contribute to the works needed at the building

    Pay increases after reinstatement of Employment Regulation Orders

    Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, on the reinstatement of Employment Regulation Orders, which will mean staff in catering and security sectors will get pay increases

    NAMA officials reject series of allegations from TD Mick Wallace

    Reporter Conor McMorrow, on the Public Accounts Committee meeting, which has been hearing from officials from NAMA along with members of the Northern Ireland Assembly Finance Committee

    Risk of contacting Legionnaires' disease at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, according to HIQA report

    Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers and Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD, Sinn Féin's spokesperson on Health, on the a damning report by HIQA, into Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda warning of high risks for patients, due to hygiene problems, including the risk of contracting Legionnaires' Disease

    Seven sentenced for Tipperary agravated burglary

    South East Correspondent Damien Tiernan, on how 7 men, who admitted to carrying out an aggravated burglary on a family home in Co. Tipperary two years ago, have received sentences ranging from 12 to 20 years

    Wednesday 30th September

    Forum on Living Wage takes place

    The idea is popular with trade unions but not with IBEC, Minster of State for Business and Employment Gerald Nash has been engaging with employers

    Irish and UK researchers find new evidence of significant water flow on Mars

    They've found new evidence that liquid water flowed beneath a glacier on Mars

    Russia's Duma has voted approval for military action in Syria

    Following two days of high level diplomacy between Presidents Putin and Obama we hear from Shoshank Joshi, fellow with the Royal United Services Institute

    Residential property prices rose by 2.3%, CSO

    RTE's David Murphy says residential property prices were up 9.5% on an annual basis

    Deputy State Pathologist Michael Curtis in Celbridge where a man in his 30's died last night

    RTE's Paul Reynolds says a man in his 20s was arrested at the house last night and is being questioned

    Uncertain future for residents at Longboat Quay apartments in Dublin

    Sinn Fein's Mary Lou McDonald raises the issues at leaders questions, and residents association director Richard Eardley reacts

    Tuesday 29th September

    No more prosecutions over Jean Mc Conville murder

    Background Roisin Duffy Deputy DPP NI says no more prosecutions Analysis Tommie Gorman Northern Editor and Denis Bradley commentator

    90 year old fined over satellite dish

    Vivienne Traynor reports on the case of 90 year old Anne Rudd who is fined over breach of planning laws .Her daughter Anne Claxton reacts

    Comptroller and Auditor General annual report

    RTE's Ingrid Miley looks at this years report

    Sinn Fein's Mary Lou Mc Donnell on the plan

    Mary Lou Mc Donnell on the plan

    Government reveals Capital Spending Plan

    Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin Analysis , Business Correspondent David Murphy

    Monday 28th September

    Letterkenny has been named Ireland's Tidiest Town for 2015

    Ann McGowan Chairperson of Letterkenny Tidy Towns Committee said Letterkenny has waited a long time for the award

    Ten years ago a Bronze Age track was discovered at Mayne Bog in County Westmeath

    Emeritus Professor of Archaelogy John Waddell says when timbers structures are found in other countries they are the subject of extensive investigation

    Smokey coal to be banned nationwide by end-2018

    John Holohan of the Asthma Society of Ireland welcomes the ban having lobbied for it for years

    Political parties to finalise their candidates around the country

    Irish Independent's political correspondent Niall O Connor says there's also a 30% gender quota

    Longford County Council manager Tim Caffrey has apologised having inadvertently breached ethic laws

    At a public hearing of the Standards in Public Office commission Mr Caffrey admitted he should said he was the owner of a house which the local authority was processing an application to purchase

    Russian President Vladimir Putin to address United Nations General Assembly in New York

    From Moscow journalist Jason Corcoran said Mr Putin's agenda is to improve diplomatic relations

    Taxi driver killed in Dundalk

    Taxi driver killed in Dundalk

    Friday 25th September

    Irish soldier to walk in footsteps of Shackleton and Crean

    28 year old Sinead Hunt, will be walking in the footsteps of Shackleton and Crean in a trek from Antartica to South Georgia

    Would cutting the Universal Social Charge help businesses?

    Reporter Emma McNamara speaks to the owner of one medium sized business, Paddy Mathews of Mathews Coaches in Dundalk, on the effects of cutting the Universal Social Charge

    What next on Junior Cycle reform?

    Ferdia Kelly, General Secretary of Joint Managerial Body, the management body for voluntary secondary schools on their view of how one teachers union signed up for the reformed Junior Cycle and ASTI have voted not to

    US Priest says Pope's visit fails to address issue of abuse

    Fr Tom Doyle, a Catholic Priest and Canon lawyer who has supported clerical abuse survivors in the US and in Ireland, on how he feels that Pope Francis's visit to the United States has failed to address the issue of abuse

    Gardaí concerned about possible retaliation following Spanish killing

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on how Gardaí say they're concerned about the possibility of retaliation, following the murder of the gangland criminal 34 year old Gary Hutch, in Spain

    Nurses at St Vincent's hospital ballot on possible industrial action

    Philip McAnenly, from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, on how they've begun balloting members on possible industrial action a St Vincent's Hospital on overcrowding and staffing levels in the emergency department

    Thursday 24th September

    Call for volunteers to teach farming

    Dr Peter Walpole, Jesuit & Ecologist, on how the Jesuit order is calling for two volunteer farmers to help train people in farming techniques in Zambia and the Philippines

    What is Russia's game plan in Syria?

    Edward Lucas, author and commentator on the increased Russian military aid to the regime of President Assad and the growth in the Russian military presence on the ground in Syria

    Dáil hears calls for independent inquiry into sale of NAMA's NI portfolio

    Northern Editor, Tommie Gorman, on the calls for the Irish Government to hold an independent inquiry into the sale of NAMA's Northern Ireland portfolio

    Minister White not overly concerned on changing wind farm guidelines

    Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources, Alex White TD, on the issue of wind turbines and the latest political opinion poll

    ASTI members reject Junior Cycle reform porposals

    Pat King, General Secretary of the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland, on the rejection by their members of the Junior Cycle reform proposals

    Wednesday 23rd September

    Fallout continues in Volkswagen emissions controversy

    Berlin Corresspondent , The Times newspaper David Charter on the latest developments

    Tensions in Belfast over sale of NI Nama Portfolio

    Martin Mc Guinness says very serious questions over Peter Robinson's role in sale . Northern Editor Tommie Gorman reports

    EU Summit on the Refugee Crisis - Hungarian MEP comments

    Hungarian MEP Gyorgy Schophlin on his governments analysis of the crisis and how it needs to be handeled

    Inquest continues into the death of six year old Aibha Conroy

    RTE's Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers

    Dublin loses Web Summit to Lisbon

    Reaction from Michael Noonan Minister for Finance , Timmy Dooley TD Fianna Fail and Adrian Cummins Restaurant association of Ireland

    Tuesday 22nd September

    Thousands of people have made their way to a field in Ratheniska in County Laois, to attend the 84th National Ploughing Championships

    The event showcases rural Ireland, and not just to farmers Cian McCormack reports

    Three weeks to go to the budgetand there's the potential €5 increase in child benefit

    Three weeks to go to the budget and there's the potential €5 increase in child benefit

    Inquest opens into the death of a young pregnant woman

    RTE's Orla O'DOnnell reports the woman was at the centre of High Court proceedings last December on whether her life support could be withdrawn

    Yesterday the High Court ruled that a breath test statement is invalid if it is not provided in Irish and English

    RTE's Paul Reynolds says emergency legislation was signed today by the Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe closing the loophole

    Monday 21st September

    Ploughing Championships get under way tomorrow

    Damien O'Reilly from RTÉ's Countrywide on what to expect at this year's event

    Sam Maguire back in Dublin

    Dublin's Lord Mayor on the festivities due to begin in the capital at 6pm

    Last Dáil term before General Election

    David Davin-Power, RTÉ's Political Correspondent, on the political term due to get under way tomorrow

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