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    The week gone by saw a lot of criticism of the GAA, a lot of anger from Irish Rail workers and some kite flying from government figures on what may come out of Budget 2015. For a look back at these and other stories, Sean was joined in studio now by Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Fine Gael TD for Dun Laoghaire; Michael Clifford, Columnist with The Irish Examiner; Mary Minihan of The Irish Time political staff and Tony Foley, Senior Lecturer in Economics at DCU’s Business School.

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    This week, the news was dominated by yet another Irish abortion controversy as it emerged that a woman had delivered a baby by Caesarian section, having requested an abortion under the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act. In international news, James Foley an American photojournalist was beheaded by ISIS militants. And yesterday, we heard the sad news that former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds had died at the age of 81 after a long illness. To take a look back at these and the other main stories of the week, Sean was joined by Aodhán O’Riordain, Minister of State at the Department ...

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    This week, tens of thousands of Yazidis were stranded on a mountain in Iraq as they tried to escape militants, the developer Michael Flynn won a bid to have an examiner removed from his businesses and the actor Robin Williams died by suicide.... Meanwhile, there was joy for many Leaving Cert students but disappointment for the women’s rugby team as they lost their semi-final game to England... To take a look back at these and the other main stories of the week, Keelin was joined by Susan Daly, editor of TheJournal.ie; Vincent Durac, lecturer in Middle East politics, UCD; Ian ...

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    This week, the war raged on in Gaza and Israel with no apparent end in sight. Meanwhile back home, Brian Purcell stepped aside in the Department of Justice, Ivor Callelly was jailed for five months, former directors of Anglo Irish Bank were sentenced to 240 hours of community service, while Alan Shatter began a high court action to quash findings of the Guerin report ...and, Hollywood came to Skellig Michael. Joining Keelin for a look back at these and the other main news stories of recent days were: Eamon  Delaney, columnist and commentator; Dearbhail McDonald, Legal Affairs Editor with the ...

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    It was a week dominated by politics with the reshuffle junior ministers revealed, a row over Phil Hogan’s new role as European Commissioner...and even the Garth Brooks debacle ended up in front of a Dáil committee. Joining me now for a look back at these and the other main news stories of recent days are: Regina Doherty, Fine Gael TD for Meath East; Ger Colleran, Columnist with The Irish Star; Niamh Lyons, Political Correspondent with The Irish Daily Mail and Peter Murtagh, Managing Editor of The Irish Times.

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    Plenty to sink out teeth into in this week’s Gathering. At the World Cup, the name on everyone’s lips was Luis Suarez, who has received a 4 month ban by FIFA for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chillini. Away from the sporting arena, Fianna Fail expelled Brian Crowley after he joined the European Conservative and Reformist (ECR) grouping. Meanwhile former prime minister of Luxembourg, Jean-Claude Juncker is expected to be appointed next president of the European Commission later today. To talk about this and more were Fiach Kelly, political correspondent with the Irish Times; Fianna Fail Agriculture Spokesman Eamon O’Cuiv and Fine ...

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