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Monday 15th July

Funeral of Brendan Grace takes place in Dublin

Friend of Brendan Grace Fr Brian D'arcy celebrant at his funeral in Dublin this afternoon

The first case of Ebola has been confirmed in the Congolese city of Goma

Peter Power, Executive Director Unicef Ireland

World's first commercial 'plastic waste to wax' plant opens in Portlaoise

Midlands Correspondent Ciaran Mullooly

Latest pledges from woman who wants EUs top job!

European Parliament Radio Editor Karen Coleman on the latest pledges from Ursula van der Leyen in her bid to become president of the European Commission.

Sentencing of boys over Kriegel murder adjourned

Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports

Minister Harris 'aware' of CervicalCheck IT issue on Wednesday

Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports

'Mr Nobody' jailed for running Kinahan arms facility

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports

Friday 12th July

Thousands march in Northern Ireland for July 12th celebrations

Journalist Freya McClements reports on how the marches are unfolding

Computer glitch was known in February-HSE

Dr. Peter McKenna, Clinical director of Women and Infants Health at the HSE, says it was known in February that a computer glitch meant that around hundreds of women who underwent Cervical Check screening were not issued with their results. Labour's Health Spokesperson, Alan Kelly gives his reaction to the controversy.

Family believe woman's murder in 1987 was planned

Crime correspondent Paul Reynolds has been speaking to Antoinette Smith's daughters..Lisa and Rachel Smith who have been speaking on the 32nd anniversary of their mother going missing.

Funeral of Santina Cawley takes place in Cork

Southern Editor Pascal Sheehy reports that mourners at the funeral mass of two year old Santina Cawley, were told that she had put much into the lives of the people around her through laughter and the happiness she brought them

Thursday 11th July

Inquest into death of woman who'd been missing for 23 years

Louise Roseingrave, reporter at Dublin Coroners' Court

Irish economic growth for 2018 revised up to 8.2%

Business Editor Will Goodbody reports

Minister for Health says PNA industrial action 'not on'

Reporter Sharon Gaffney on the latest from the Psychiatric Nurses Association

Bord na Móna to lay off 150 workers in Longford

Environment & Science Correspondent George Lee

Limerick: INMO calls for emergency plan as 81 on trolleys

Mary Fogarty, Industrial Relations officer for the INMO in the Mid West region

Tributes paid to comedian Brendan Grace

Tributes were paid in the Dáil to the comedian and entertainer Brendan Grace who died earlier today & also tributes were paid to barrister and political commentator Noel Whelan, who also died

Belfast council agrees not to remove bonfire

Mark Simpson, Reporter with BBC News on how Belfast City Council has given up on its efforts to remove a bonfire in east Belfast

Wednesday 10th July

Commercial food businesses generally quarter of million tonnes of food waste annually

New research funded by the Environmental Protection Agency has also identified potential savings of €300m per year for Ireland’s hospitality sector. Mary Frances Rochford is Programme Manager with the EPA

Best chance for marriage equality and abortion rights in NI rests with parliament, not Stormont

Patricia McBride, Derry-based Political Commentator and former Northern Ireland Victims Commissioner reports on the latest developments following last night's vote

Paddy Power staff compensated for being denied rest breaks

RTÉ Business Editor Will Goodbody explains why almost €100,000 in compensation has been paid to staff working in Paddy Power bookmaker shops following the company’s concession that they had been denied rest breaks

Taoiseach apologises over remarks he made last week

Leo Varakdar has apologised in the Dáil over comments he made last week when he compared the Fianna Fáil Leader to a priest who sinned

2021 census will include 'time capsule' feature

Cormac Halpin, Senior Statistician at the CSO explains why eight new questions have been added to the next census and why people will be given an opportunity to write a confidential note that will be securely stored for 100 years

British ambassador to US resigns after memo leaks

George Parker, Financial Times Political Editor reports on the resignation of Sir Kim Darroch who has left his role following tweets from Donald Trump

Heated exchanges in Dáil over Mercosur Trade Deal

RTÉ Political Staff Reporter Aisling Kenny reports on exchanges in the Dáil over Mercosur Trade Deal and controversy over two docked Irish Navy Ships

Beef farmers demand changes to proposed Mercosur Trade Deal

RTÉ Agriculture Correspondent George Lee speaks to farmers who are protesting outside the Dáil this lunchtime against issues affecting the beef trade

Garda Commissioner apologises to Stack family over inquiry

RTÉ Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds has the latest following a meeting between the family of murdered prison officer Brian Stack and Garda Commissioner Drew Harris

Tuesday 9th July

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?

Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, reports on the case of Jeffrey Epstein, the American financier charged in New York with sex trafficking

Climate campaigners publish report on Government's new climate change plan

Oisin Coghlan, Director of Friends of the Earth, discusses report which states the Government's current policies and measures on climate change are not working

Greyhound board to appear before Oireachtas Agriculture Committee

Maureen O'Sullivan, Independent TD for Dublin Central and long-term animal welfare campaigner, tells us what she wants to hear from the greyhound board when they appear before Dáil committee this afternoon

Call for all victims of school sex abuse to be compensated

Conor O'Mahoney, Director of the Child Law clinic at UCC, says an independent review of 19 abuse survivors who were denied access to a redress scheme, has broader implications

Tensions rise in Belfast over potentially dangerous bonfires

Allison Morris, correspondent and columnist with the Irish News, reports on a meeting between police and loyalists today to discuss the possibility of removing dangerous and toxic material from certain bonfire sites

Labour to back remain against no-deal, as it calls for second Brexit referendum

Sean Whelan, London Correspondent, reports on official confirmation from UK Labour party that it will back remaining in the EU against a no-deal Brexit

Government rejects claims over no-deal Brexit border checks

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, reports from Leinster House as cabinet reviews Ireland's preparations for an increasingly likely no-deal Brexit

Monday 8th July

Spain's bull running event steps up protection for women

Stephen Burgen, Barcelona Correspondent for the Guardian, reports on day two of Spain's best-known bull running festival in Pamplona

Granard Motte site set for 'living model' tourist attraction

Mary Stack, Head of Attractions at Fáilte Ireland, brings us the details on the major tourism attraction to be developed at the site of Granard Motte, a national monument on the outskirts of Granard in County Longford

Northern Ireland bill takes centre stage in House of Commons

Peter Foster, Europe Editor of the Telegraph newspaper, explains what the Northern Ireland bill is and why it has been caught up in the fog of Brexit

Minister responds to questions over staff shortages in Naval Service

Paul Kehoe, Minister of State for Defence, denies LÉ Eithne and LÉ Orla were docked over crew shortages, but acknowledges the service is facing 'huge challenges' in staff retention

Fewer new cars registered in first 6 months of the year

Tom Cullen, Deputy Director General of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry, takes a look at new CSO figures which show electric and hybrid numbers are up by 68.5%

Irish Daily Mail fined €25k for contempt during Kriégel trial

Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent, reports on contempt of court case arising from an article published during the trial of two teenage boys for the murder of Ana Kriégel

Friday 5th July

Wells Fargo subsidiary fined just under €6m by the Central Bank for regulatory failings

RTÉ Business Editor, Will Goodbody explains how Wells Fargo Bank International has attracted the second largest ever fine imposed by the Central Bank here for 'serious failings' in its compliance and reporting

Surge in popularity for Women's World Cup ahead of final

RTÉ Analyst Stephanie Roche talks about the burgeoning interest in the women's game with a record television audience expected for Sunday's between the Netherlands and the USA

Contempt proceedings in Kriégel case against Facebook and Twitter adjourned

RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell reports that the Central Criminal Court had made orders last month directing the two companies to remove any material from their platforms that would identify the boys convicted of murdering Ana Kriégel

Surgeons in Australia restore function to paralysed limbs

Lead surgeon at Austin Health in Melbourne, Natasha Van-Zyl describes the surgeries and physiotherapy regime involved in helping a number of people with spinal injuries recover arm and hand function

Lisa Smith denies giving military training girls and women for ISIS - BBC interview

Former Deputy Director of Military Intelligence with the Defence Forces, Michael Murphy says the Government should have legislated for criminal sanction for those who traveled to Iraq and Syria to join so-called Islamic State

Garda investigation as toddler found injured in Cork dies

RTÉ Correspondent, Conor Kane reports the two-year-old girl was taken to hospital from an apartment in Cork city with serious head injuries

Bereaved relatives urge action following Glennane Gang court decision

RTÉ Reporter, Áine Ní Ghallchóir reports from the Court of Appeal in Belfast where Northern Ireland's Chief Constable was ordered to conduct an independent investigation into alleged state collusion with a notorious loyalist murder gang

Thursday 4th July

Stolen therapy pony 'Cream' recovered by gardaí

Jennie O'Sullivan reports on the stolen therapy pony 'Cream' who was taken from Clonmel in County Tipperary and is being reunited

Famine shipwreck remains will be buried in Canada

Joe McGowan, Sligo Historian on how the remains of 21 people lost in a shipwreck 172 years ago, while fleeing the Irish Famine, will be buried in Canada today

Generic uniforms recommended by Oireachtas Committee

Chair of the Oireachtas Education Committee, Fianna Fáil TD Fiona O'Loughlin

Generic uniforms recommended by Oireachtas Committee

Chair of the Oireachtas Education Committee, Fianna Fáil TD Fiona O'Loughlin

Ireland has €205bn 'mountain of debt'

Dan O'Brien, Chief Economist at the Institute of International and European Affairs and Columnist with Independent Newspapers

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