How do bus operators feel about plans to run at full capacity for the new school term
Fergal Barton, of the Coach Tourism and Transport Council and owner of Barton's Transport
Children's Ombudsman concerned about how calculated grades could affect disadvantaged children
Education Correspondent Emma O'Kelly reports
Galway mayor calls for civic reception for fishermen who found Ellen Glynn and Sarah Feeney
Cllr Mike Cubbard, Mayor of Galway
One of the two young women rescued off Galway bay yesterday has been speaking about her ordeal
Teresa Mannion reports
Top-up to restart grant scheme for businesses in Kildare, Laois and Offaly
Mary Fennin Byrne part-owner of Clanard Court Hotel in Athy
The Government to announce financial supports for businesses in the Midlands
Mary Regan of our political staff reports
Carrolls Cuisine in Tullamore given the all clear to resume production
Fergal O'Brien reports
Dog training charity appeals for people to open their homes
Jennifer Dowler, Chief executive of Dogs for the Disabled appeasl for people to open their homes so they can resume their dog training programme to help children with physical disabilities.
Rescued paddle boarders to be flown to hospital
John Draper, Divisional Controller at Valentia Coastguard says the two women are being brought by helicopter to Galway University hospital
Legal challenge over exclusion of home schooled student
Education Correspondent Emma O'Kelly reports that the High Court has been told that a Mayo Leaving Certificate student who has been taught entirely at home by his mother can not received Calculated Grades because there is no objective record of his academic attainment at any level.
Some meat industry workers 'petrified' of getting Covid-19, committee hears
Maggie Doyle of our political staff reports that unions have been telling TDs at the Committee workers are afraid of the virus and there has been criticism of the Health and Safety Authority
What rights do working parents have during a pandemic?
Eddie Keane - lecturer in employment law at University of Limerick outlines what rights working parents have if they are unable to send a child with symptoms to school - can they - or should they - stay at home from work?
Martin in first meeting with Johnson at Hillsborough
Northern Editor Tommie Gorman reports that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is holding his first face to face meeting with Taoiseach Michéal Martin in Belfast today
Arrest after man stabbed to death in Dublin
Laura Hogan reports that the incident happened at a house in Clontarf in North Dublin early this morning
Successful outcome to difficult overnight search
Barry Heskin from the RNLI says there are huge celebrations in Galway following the rescue of the two women.
Missing paddle boarders found clinging to lobster pot
Teresa Mannion reports that the two women were found alive by a local fishing boat after 15 hours at sea.
Lordship local community reaction to guilty verdict in trial of the murder of Garda Adrian Donohue
We hear from Minister for Justice Helen McEntee, Garda Adrian Donohoe's brother, Garda Colm Donohoe makes a statement outside the Central Criminal Courts, and our North East Correspondent Sinead Hussey tells us what the verdict means for the people in Lordship Co. Louth
NPHET to review the latest trends on Covid-19
Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports
Family of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe give their reaction to verdict
From the Central Criminal Court...
The story of the longest murder trial in the history of the state
RTE PrimeTime's Security Correspondent Barry Cummins will bring us the story of the years of investigation that had led to 122 days court sittings over 28 weeks where Aaron Brady has been found guilty of the capital murder of Det Garda Adrian Donohoe
The impact of the investigation on the friends and family of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe
We hear from Seamus Savage is a long time friend of the Donohoe's, and Detective Inspector Pat Marry was the lead officer in charge of the investigation based out of Dundalk Garda Station
GRA reaction to guilty verdict for the murder of Det Garda Adrian Donohoe
President of the Garda Representative Association, Jim Mulligan
Aaron Brady is guilty of the capital murder of Det Garda Adrian Donohoe in Louth in January 2013
Dyane Connor reports
Tourism initiative Kildare urging locals to enjoy what's on their doorstep
CEO of Into Kildare, Áine Mangan
Fair City back on screens in early September
Executive Producer Brigie De Courcy
The Adoption Authority publishes annual report showing 79 domestic adoption orders granted in 2019
Patricia Carey CEO of the Adoption Authority of Ireland
'Do not consume notice' issued last Friday remains in place for water supplies on Achill Island
Sean Laffey, Head of Asset Management with Irish Water
Is a face visor as effective as a cloth face mask?
Joan O'Sullivan asks shoppers in Dublin City Centre what they think, and we hear from Dr Nuala O'Connor who is the Covid lead for the Irish College of General Practitioners with her expert advice
The most common underlying medical condition for those diagnosed with Covid-19 remains chronic heart disease - HSPC
Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports
Auckland in lockdown after first local Covid-19 cases in 102 days
Cathy O'Sullivan, Irishwoman in Auckland with NewsHub New Zealand
Ireland's 14-day incidence of Covid-19 cases per 100,000 now higher than the UK - ECDC
Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports
Belarus leader of the opposition Svetlana Tikhanovskaya's ties to Roscrea, County Tipperary
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has refused to recognise the result of the latest general election, as the incumbent Alexander Lukashenko won a sixth term as president according to an exit poll with 80 per cent of the vote. Ms Tikhanovskaya spent many summers in Roscrea in County Tipperary where she received respite following the Chernobyl disaster
The latest figures on Pandemic Unemployment Payment
Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt reports
Third cabinet Minister in Lebanon resigns over blast
Journalist in Beirut Luna Safwan reports
Testing protocol to be put in place for meat factories
SIPTU has said the trade union and Meat Industry Ireland have agreed to engage with the HSE with regard to a putting in place testing protocol for workers in the sector which will ensure rapid testing and rapid results - Fergal O'Brien reports
Abbeyleix Parish Priest on the impact of restrictions on local community
Father Paddy Byrne, Parish Priest of Abbeyleix
Doing business in a localised lockdown
Teresa Mannion speaks to businesses in Tullamore and the latest with Carroll's Cuisine factory
Bank of Ireland to reimburse customers targeted in 'smishing' fraud
Business reporter Adam Maguire reports
Fota welcomes three cheetah cubs
Julien Fonteneau, Lead Ranger in the Carnivore section in Fota in Cork
Reaction to calls on GAA to postpone matches
Kieran Cunningham, Chief Sports Writer with the Irish Daily Star on the reaction to calls from some TDs for the GAA County Boards to postpone matches in light of Covid-19 outbreaks
Gardaí disappointed by high number of traffic offences
Assistant Commisioner in charge of Roads Policing & Community Engagement, Paula Hilman on how gardaí are disappointed by the high number of road traffic offences detected last weekend
What can we learn from the reopening of schools in Denmark?
Nikolaj Skydsgaard, journalist with Reuters based in Copenhagen
Changing consumer trends as a result of the pandemic
Siobhan Maguire, Consumer Journalist on how the pandemic has changed the way we shop
Michael Gove in Belfast over post-Brexit trade system
Michael Gove, British Cabinet Minister speaks to our Northern Editor Tommie Gorman on his visit to Northern Ireland today
TD says we should listen to the experts on localised restrictions
Dr Cathal Berry, Indpendent TD for Kildare says people should listen to the health experts/officials regarding localised restrictions due to Covid-19
Should the GAA cancel matches in the affected counties this weekend?
Barry Cowen, Fianna Fáil TD for Laois-Offaly
Localised restrictions not ruled out after case rises
Ciaran Mullooly, Midlands Correspondent is in the village of Timahoe, County Kildare getting reaction from people there
Swimming ban in place at west Clare beaches
Cathal Brodie, chartered environmental scientist with Clare Co. Council says that
bathers are being advised not to swim at Lahinch, White Strand Miltown Malbay, Spanish Point and Kilkee beaches due to increased bacterial levels in the water.
Tributes paid to teenager who died at Powerscourt Waterfall
Coleraine Grammar School Principal David Curruthers says the 15 year old was a popular student there.
Mass temperature checks at airports not likely to be effective - HIQA
Dr. Mairín Ryan - deputy Chief Executive of Hiqa says mass temperature screening at airports is not likely to be effective in limiting the spread of Covid-19 and there is is no evidence of long term immunity from Coronavirus
Back to School Allowance budget to be increased
Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Heather Humphreys has said the Back to School Allowance budget will be increased to €153 million euro
Two facing charges over NAMA's Project Eagle loan sale
Northern Editor Tommie Gorman reports that two men are to be charged with fraud relating to the sale of NAMA's Northern Ireland loan book, following an investigation of the deal known as Project Eagle
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