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Monday 18th June

Ruhama calls for Government to implement laws to tackle violent sex trade

Sarah Benson, Chief Executive of Ruhama on their calls for more to be done to address the serious harm of Ireland's commercial sex trade

Angela Merkel given two weeks to find European solution to end influx of asylum seekers

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor on how Germany's interior minister has given Angela Merkel two weeks to find a European solution to end an influx of asylum seekers

State indemnified against costs over screening errors

Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent on how the contract agreed in 2012 between the HSE National Cancer Screening Programme and US laboratory, Quest Diagnostics, required it to indemnify the State against all costs and claims arising out of any error

Ryanair calls for restrictions on airport alcohol sales

Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair's Chief Marketing Officer on why they're once again calling for restrictions on alcohol sales at airports after a flight to Ibiza was forced to land in Paris due to 'disruptive' passengers

Family separations at US border 'unconscionable' - UN

Harriet Alexander, US Correspondent for Daily Telegraph on calls for Washington to stop separating migrant children from their parents at the US border

Amazon to create 1,000 highly-skilled jobs

Adam Maguire of our business staff & Mike Beary, General Manager of Amazon Web Services, Ireland on how the US technology company is to create 1,000 highly-skilled jobs in Dublin, over the next two years

Friday 15th June

Will there be an election shortly?

Pat Leahy, Political Editor with The Irish Times on whether or not we're likely to see a general election in the next few weeks or months

Busy 24 hours for US President Donald Trump

Harriet Alexander, US Correspondent with The Telegraph on the latest developments regarding the Trump Presidency

Consultants set for pay increases after case is settled

Susan Mitchell, Health Editor of The Sunday Business Post on how thousands of consultants are set for significant pay increases as their breach of contract case against the HSE and the State has been settled

Reynolds denies he was 'going through the motions'

Sandra Hurley reports from Dublin Castle on the latest from The Disclosures Tribunal

Lone mothers among most disadvantaged - study

Emily Logan, Chief Commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, who carried out the study along with the Economic and Social Research Institute

Appian fined after client lost €650,000 in cyber-fraud

Charlie Weston, Personal Finance Editor of the Irish Independent

Teen arrested in Cameron Reilly murder investigation

Reporter Dyane Connor on how an 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Cameron Reilly in County Louth last month

Thursday 14th June

All you need to know about the 2018 World Cup

Kelli O'Keefe of Sports PR agency, Teneo PSG outlines the huge sums of money tied up in the footballing extravaganza hosted by Russia which starts today

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visit Cork

RTÉ's Southern Editor, Paschal Sheehy speaks to people in and around the English Market who met the Royal couple this morning

Conor McGregor to go before New York court today

RTÉ Washington Correspondent, Brian O'Donovan reports the MMA star faces charges of assault, criminal mischief and reckless endangerment arising from an incident in April

Fine Gael parliamentary party told to prepare for a snap election

RTÉ's Mícheál Lehane on how politicians are guaging the prospects of an earlier-than-expected general election despite assurances that 'confidence and supply' will last a third budget

Tribunal hears of RTÉ editorial process around O'Higgins broadcast

RTÉ Reporter Sandra Hurley reports that the station's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds told the Disclosures Tribunal that Garda HQ had no influence over him in RTÉ news reports broadcast in May 2016 on the then unpublished O'Higgins Commission report.

Better sea links between the Ireland and The Continent proposed by Brussels

Ireland South MEP, Liadh Ní Riada says EU funding for better sea links between Ireland and the European continent could be available from 2020 and should be availed of irrespective of the Brexit outcome

Public Accounts Committee seeks to untangle contradictions to previous evidence on cervical smear audits

RTÉ Political Reporter, Edel McAlister reports on evidence given by officials from the HSE, CervicalCheck and the State Claims Agency on how contradictions arose around informing cancer patients of audit results

Wednesday 13th June

'Solar Bones' wins International Dublin Literary Award

Author Mike McCormack is the fourth Irish author to win the prize in its 23-year history

Death is announced of Ballymaloe founder Myrtle Allen

John Howard, former Chef Patron of Dublin restaurant, Le Coq Hardi was the co-founded the Irish branch of Eurotoques with Myrtle Allen who is credited as being at the forefront of the Irish food revolution

CervicalCheck and Brexit discussed at Leaders' Questions

Ailbhe Conneely of our political staff reports

Backstop or the backslide? British discussions over Brexit

Our London correspondent Fiona Mitchell reports

Children's Ombudsman concerned suicidal young people have to wait days for assessment

Brian Higgins is Chief Executive of Pieta House, the suicide prevention charity

National Asset Management Agency says it's going to make more money than it expected

Our Economics correspondent Sean Whelan reports and says the Department of Finance has rejected a study by economists from the University of California and the University of Copenhagen which claims that Ireland is the biggest tax haven in the world

Journalist Paul Williams gives evidence at Disclosures Tribunal

Sandra Hurley reports from Dublin Castle

Tuesday 12th June

Urban swap - lose the front garden but gain a better bus service

Chief Executive of the National Transport Authority, Anne Graham outlines ambitious plans for public transport in the capital but at the cost of part of up to 1,300 front gardens

More information for women when presenting for smear tests

Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD explains the improvements recommended in an interim report into the CervicalCheck controversy while Health Correspondent, Fergal Bowers takes us through the report's recommendations

A day of key Brexit votes in the House of Commons

John Rentoul, Chief Political Commentator with The London Independent discusses the resignation of Justice Minister, Philip Lee and the difficult job Theresa May has to achieve political unity

The 'Great Moment' in the history of the world

The Guardian's World Affairs Editor, Julian Borger takes us through the significance of the agreement between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, Supreme Leader of North Korea

Monday 11th June

Man still in critical condition after scrambler bike lands on his head in a Dublin park

Independent Councillor Noeleen Reilly says she has been calling for greater regulation around the bikes

Italy is closed: message from new Italian government to MSF boat Aquarius carrying over 600 migrants

Lauren King is Communications Manager on board the Aquarius which is waiting to find out where it can dock and Nick Squires is the Rome Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph

Tax offences trial begins for Independent Tipperary TD Michael Lowry and his refrigeration company Garuda Limited

RTE's Orla O'Donnell reports that Mr Lowry pleaded not guilty to making an incorrect tax return for the 2002 tax year

Details of Pope's Irish visit released

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin spoke to Ciaran Mullooley, Cardinal Kevin Farrell spoke to Colm O'Mongain, and Joe Little has more details

Gardai continue search for a motive in the attack on Polish family in Ballingcollig

Elzbieta's good friend Aga Deryng spoke to News At One from Elzbieta's hospital bedside

Friday 8th June

A temporary backstop is not what we or Ireland want - Barnier

RTE's London correspondent Fiona Mitchell reports on latest Brexit developments

Review published on 1981 UNIFIL death and disappearance in Lebanon

RTE's Paul Reynolds reports on the review of the 1981 death of Private Hugh Doherty and the disappearance of Private Caomhan Seoighe

Ryanair fined almost E2m by Italian Competition Authority

RTE's Ingrid Miley reports the airline was fined for not giving adequate information to passengers flights were cancelled

Funeral takes place of man shot and killed at Bray boxing club

RTE's Conor Hunt reports from Bobby Messet's funeral in Kilmacanogue in County Wicklow

Judicial Appointments Bill to be law by Summer Recess

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross says the Bill is something the Independent Alliance has made a vital issue

Taoiseach meets Eileen Paisley and Orange Order leaders on NI visit

The Irish Independent's Kevin Doyle reports the Taoiseach says UK government Brexit paper welcome but falls short

G7 leaders gather in Canada for acrimonious summit

From Canada The Guardian's World Affairs editor Julian Borger

Thursday 7th June

What groups of people are most vulnerable to becoming homeless?

Dr Bernie O'Donoghue Hynes, from Dublin City Council who compiled a report which shows foreign nationals being one of the groups most vulnerable to becoming homeless

Agriculture Minister issues warning over gorse fires

Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed TD on warnings over gorse fires in upland areas

Government hopes for clarity soon on UK Government awaits Brexit plans for Northern Ireland

Speaking before the UK Government issued its Brexit proposals - Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speaks to RTE News & Mathew Parris of The (London) Times gives us his analysis

UK issues proposals for Brexit arrangements

Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan goes over some of the detail in the UK Government's proposals for a 'temporary customs arrangement' which would be implemented after Brexit

UK Supreme Court rejects NI abortion law case

Les Allamby, Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, reacts to UK Supreme Court ruling that Northern Ireland's abortion laws are in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights - in certain respects-but the Commission couldn't bring a legal challenge

Russian President holds annual phone-in

Professor Scott Lucas from the University of Birmingham analyses the annual phone-in interviews that President Vladimir Putin holds with Russian people

Wednesday 6th June

The EuroMillions big win in Thurles

RTÉ's South East Correspondent Damien Tiernan reports that fortune has favoured one shop in the town which has sold two jackpot tickets in recent months

Uncertainty over future of flights to the Aran Islands

RTÉ's Western Correspondent Pat McGrath reports that Aer Árann has told the Government it is to terminate its contract to operate flights to the Islands.

Disclosures Tribunal hears from retired Assistant Commissioner

RTÉ's Sinead Morris reports on why John O'Mahony said he did not interview Sergeant Maurice McCabe during an internal investigation into the penalty points controvery

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