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    The week was consumed by the state visit of President Michael D Higgins to the UK, declared by everybody or almost everybody at least to have been a wonderful success...but it was business as usual at home, with the Public Accounts Committee continuing its investigations into Rehab and the terms of reference set for the inquiry into the Garda tapes...there was tragedy too of course with the death of 25 year old, Peaches Geldof. For a look back at the events of the week, Sean was joined in studio by Mick Clifford, Columnist with The Irish Examiner; journalist and Author, ...

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    The Gathering

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    For a look back of the events of the week – from the motion of no confidence in the Justice Minister and the discovery of yet more tapes, to the decision of the GAA to go with Sky-ward. Sean was joined in studio now by Fine Gael deputy for Meath East, Regina Doherty; Eugene McGee, former Editor of the Longford Leader and GAA columnist with the Irish Independent; soccer pundit, Eamon Dunphy and Sinead Ryan, Consumer columnist with The Herald.

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    For a look back at the events of the week – and I think it’s fair to say they all centred on the latest potential scandal to hit the Gardai and the interplay between politics and policing, Sean was joined by former Fine Gael Minister for Justice, Nora  Owen; Pat Leahy, Political Editor of The Sunday Business Post; James McDermott, Barrister and Lecturer in Law at UCD and Peter Murtagh, reporter at The Irish Times.

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    It was a week that celebrated whistleblowers – the passing of abuse survivor Christine Buckley, lauded at her funeral as ‘the great whistleblower of our time’...and the issuing of a report that vindicated two Gardai who drew attention to abuses within the penalty points system. Other events saw former Fine Gael strategist, Frank Flannery step down from a number of high profile positions...a big talking point around Leinster House...at least until the majority of Ministers boarded planes to depart for Patrick’s Day celebrations around the world. For a look at all of these stories and more, Keelin was joined in ...

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    It’s fair to say events in the week gone by – down to the gathering of some of Europe’s most powerful politicians in Dublin these past two days – has been overshadowed by events in a corner of Ukraine. At home, it was the three year anniversary for the Fine Gael Labour coalition, we had a statement from the former Garda Confidential recipient and the question of how to make the Dail more female-friendly was on the agenda in advance of International Women’s Day tomorrow. To take a look at these and other stories, Sean was joined in studio by ...

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    No doubt minister Alan Shatter began the week hoping he would end the Garda whistleblower controversy. But these things have a tendency to linger on. The Rehab saga continues at the Public Accounts Committee and there was defeat for the Government in the Seanad yet good news for the commercial sector as a Private Members Bill on ending upwards only rent reviews was carried. To discuss this and other events of the week Sean was joined by Richie Culhane, former Garda detective and member of Drogheda Borough Council: John Lee of the Mail on Sunday and by journalist and broadcaster ...

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    The Gathering

    The Gathering

    As the weather battered most of the country, particularly in the south west of the country, storm clouds continue to gather around the Garda Ombudsman bugging controversy. And the air isn’t much clearer for the 13,000 mortgage holders that Irish Nationwide are to sell off to IBRC. To discuss this, Sean was joined by Fionnan Sheahan, political editor of the Irish Independent; Noeline Blackwell of the Free Legal Advice Centre and by Brian Hayes, Minister of State for Public Service Reform and the Office of Public Works

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    The week gone by has been water-logged for residents in many parts of the country – and we’ll discuss that in a few minutes – but the news agenda has been marked on the political front by the fall-out from the appearance of Panti on the Saturday night show; by a drinking game that has claimed lives; and by the scathing report issued by the UN on the Catholic Church’s handling of child abuse. For a look back at these stories, Sean was joined in studio by Independent Senator Ronán Mullen; by Irish Independent Columnist, Martina Devlin and by NUI ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-sean-o-rourke/programmes/2014/0207/502820-today-with-sean-o-rourke-friday-7-february-2014/?clipid=1412225
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    The water story sloshes on – the ESRI said this week that Irish Water could incur extra costs of between €1.5bn and €2bn. Overground or underground, the Government appears to have hit a boggy patch over the pylons issue. Elsewhere, Michael Noonan said what most people think, that AIB bankers do not deserve bonuses until their performances improve. Whistleblower, Maurice McCabe appeared before the PAC as the penalty points issue hots up and oin the European Court of Human Rights, abuse survivor, Louise O’Keeffe finally received an apology fomr Enda Kenny after the European Court of Human Rights deemed the ...

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