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Morning Ireland

English, Foreign/International, 1 seasons, 3965 episodes, 23 hours 48 minutes
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RTÉ's flagship news and current affairs radio programme and the most listened-to show in Ireland, featuring the latest news and analysis with Rachael English, Gavin Jennings, Audrey Carville, Áine Lawlor and Mary Wilson. Listen live Monday to Friday at 7am on RTÉ Radio 1.
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Alexei Navalny's funeral to be held in Moscow on Friday

Vitaly Shevchenko, Russia Editor at BBC Monitoring, on the preparations for Alexei Navalny's funeral in Moscow on Friday.
29/02/20246 minutes 37 seconds
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Pope Francis back in hospital in Rome for tests

Elise-Ann Allen, Crux News, on the latest concerns in Rome on Pope Francis's health.
29/02/20243 minutes 53 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
29/02/20241 minute 55 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
29/02/20247 minutes 30 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
29/02/20244 minutes 29 seconds
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Journalists call for foreign media access to Gaza in open letter

Paraic O’Brien, Foreign Correspondent with Channel 4 News, on why he has signed a letter calling for access to Gaza for foreign journalists.
29/02/20246 minutes 52 seconds
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Garda Commissioner warns strength of drugs in circulation has dramatically increased

Mick Guerin, Addiction Counsellor in Limerick City, reacts to comments by the Garda Commissioner that drugs here are becoming “more prevalent and stronger.”
29/02/20243 minutes 38 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
29/02/20242 minutes 57 seconds
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How are rising tensions in Middle-East affecting Irish soliders in Lebanon?

Justin McCarthy speaks to Irish soliders serving in Lebanon, as tensions in the region mount.
29/02/20243 minutes 50 seconds
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Boy, 10, dies in hospital days after being struck by van in Shannon

Fr. Tom Whelan, Co-Parish Priest in Shannon Co. Clare, reflects on the sadness that has shrouded the town following the death of 10-year-old Dylan Coleman-Coady.
29/02/20243 minutes 22 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
29/02/20245 minutes 37 seconds
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US Supreme Court to decide Trump presidential immunity claim

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, reports after the US Supreme Court has decided it will rule on ex-President Trump’s immunity claims.
29/02/20247 minutes 30 seconds
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Legislation set to ban student accommodation providers from insisting on 51 week leases

Simon Harris, Minister for Higher Education, discusses student landlords increasing leases to 51 weeks.
29/02/202412 minutes 28 seconds
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Climate study says Midleton 'dodged a bullet' during 2023 flood

Oonagh Smyth examines the impact climate change had on last year's devastating floods in Midleton.
29/02/20245 minutes 42 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
29/02/20243 minutes 39 seconds
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EU Ombudsman calls for public inquiry into deaths of migrants in the Mediterranean

Emily O'Reilly, European Union Ombudsman, discusses her call for a public inquiry into the deaths of more than 20,000 migrants in the Mediterranean and for the European Union to change its search and rescue rules.
29/02/20246 minutes
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
29/02/20245 minutes 14 seconds
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Cattle herd moved to pastures new for Co. Galway biodiversity project

Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, reports from Galway where Dexter cattle are helping the grassland.
28/02/20244 minutes 10 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
28/02/20245 minutes 53 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
28/02/20243 minutes 7 seconds
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RTÉ Chair indicated she'd resign if Martin sent letter, cttee told

Sandra Hurley reports on last night's Oireachtas media committee hearing and Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, analyses what might happen next.
28/02/202411 minutes 59 seconds
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Joe Biden wins Michigan primary amid Gaza protests

Eric Ham, Political Analyst with CTV News in the US, reports on the results of the Michigan primaries after fears the Democrats might have faced a backlash at the ballot boxes over Gaza.
28/02/20247 minutes 14 seconds
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Media Minister will now face Dáil statements on RTÉ crisis

Christopher O'Sullivan, Fianna Fáil TD and member of the Oireachtas Media Committee, gives his reaction to the appearance of Media Minister Martin before the Committee on the latest RTÉ.
28/02/20248 minutes 5 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
28/02/20246 minutes 4 seconds
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'I want him home safe' - wife of Irish anti-corruption advocate detained in Iraq

Laura Wickham tells us about her fears for her husband , anti-corruption activist Yasser Eljuboori, who has been detained in Iraq amid claims of defamation against political leaders.
28/02/20248 minutes 27 seconds
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Investigation launched after man's body found in Dublin

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, has the latest on the discovery of a man’s body following a suspected assault at his home in Dublin.
28/02/20241 minute 41 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
28/02/20243 minutes 56 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
28/02/20243 minutes 38 seconds
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Are electric vehicles cheaper to run?

Geraldine Herbert, Motoring Editor with The Sunday Independent, outlines the findings of a new survey by DoneDeal on the experiences of EV drivers.
28/02/20244 minutes 2 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
28/02/20244 minutes 34 seconds
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Less support for climate actions that affect spending choices - EPA survey

Dr. Eimear Cotter from the Environmental Protection Agency discusses the latest findings of its Climate Change in the Irish Mind survey.
28/02/20245 minutes 7 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
28/02/20241 minute 55 seconds
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Concerns raised over Uisce Éireann plan to pipe water from Shannon to Dublin

Kay Mullane, a member of the River Shannon Protection Alliance, responds to the Uisce Eireann plan for a pipeline to bring water from the Shannon to Dublin.
28/02/20244 minutes 53 seconds
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Irish troops in Lebanon take shelter amid rocket fire

Justin McCarthy, reports from the Irish peacekeeping troops in Southern Lebanon.
28/02/20245 minutes 21 seconds
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Call for ind. examination into HSE decision to move residents from Cherry Orchard Hospital

Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs Correspondent, on families concerns about moving residents from a nursing home in Cherry Orchard Hospital.
27/02/20246 minutes 10 seconds
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US President Joe Biden hopes a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas can be secured this week

Salim Oweis, Communication Officer at UNICEF Middle East, on the situation facing children in Gaza amid warnings over access to aid.
27/02/20246 minutes 29 seconds
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Vigil held for homeless woman found dead in Dublin

Maggie Doyle reports from Dublin last night where over a hundred gathered to remember homeless woman Ann Delaney who died on Sunday.
27/02/20244 minutes 23 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
27/02/20243 minutes 25 seconds
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Martin to face Oireachtas over ex-RTÉ chair's resignation

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, previews the appearance of the Media Minister Catherine Martin at the Media Oireachtas Committee this evening.
27/02/20245 minutes 29 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
27/02/20245 minutes 34 seconds
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Irish Hospice Foundation explores Irish experiences and perceptions of dying

Paula O’Reilly, CEO of the Irish Hospice Foundation, discusses the findings of its new survey on dying, death, and bereavement during the Covid-19 pandemic.
27/02/20246 minutes 54 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
27/02/20243 minutes 46 seconds
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Approach to disability access in public transport described as ‘inconsistent and chaotic’

Ailbhe Conneely speaks to Milo Watson about using public transport as a wheelchair user and Joan Carthy, National Advocacy Manager at the Irish Wheelchair Association, on a new report describing the approach to transport infrastructure projects as ‘inconsistent and chaotic.'
27/02/20247 minutes 54 seconds
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Doctor reunited with family in Dublin after they fled Gaza five months ago

Cian McCormack speaks to a doctor from Gaza who is back home in Dublin to meet his family.
27/02/20246 minutes 19 seconds
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EU Nature Restoration Law to face final hurdle later today

Tommy Meskill reports from Strasbourg ahead of a final vote on the EU Nature Restoration law.
27/02/20245 minutes 3 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
27/02/20243 minutes 38 seconds
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'This is the right thing to do' - Fine Gael to vote in favour of EU Nature Restoration Law

MEP Sean Kelly tells us why he is voting in favour today in the final vote on the EU Nature Restoration Law, despite being part of the European People's Party which is against it.
27/02/20246 minutes 54 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
27/02/20244 minutes 26 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Aoife Kealy of Met Éireann.
27/02/20242 minutes 12 seconds
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Draft proposal believed to include 40 day pause in military operations

Fawaz Gerges, Professor of Interntional relations at the London School of Economics discusses what may happen next in the war in Gaza.
27/02/20245 minutes 22 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
27/02/20248 minutes 7 seconds
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31,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed in Russia war - Zelensky

James Waterhouse, BBC News Ukraine Reporter, outlines how the war is going and how the people of Kyiv are feeling after two years of conflict.
26/02/20247 minutes 22 seconds
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PrepayPower and Pinergy announce further price cuts

Will Goodbody, Business Editor, reports on two energy providers who are set to cut their rates for residentical customers.
26/02/20244 minutes 19 seconds
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Dept. told in October of exit payment approvals by RTÉ Board

Hugh O'Connell, deputy political editor with the Irish Independent, discusses RTE and the pressure on Minister for Media Catherine Martin.
26/02/20247 minutes 36 seconds
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Farm worker shortage leading to difficult calving season

Joe Mag Raollaigh, Agriculture Correspondent, reports on difficulties for farm workers.
26/02/20244 minutes 48 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
26/02/20243 minutes 21 seconds
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Israel's war cabinet briefed on talks over a ceasefire deal in Gaza

Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic Editor at The Independent, discusses the latest efforts to negotiate a ceasefire deal in Gaza.
26/02/20247 minutes
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
26/02/20243 minutes 51 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
26/02/20245 minutes 12 seconds
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Upcoming refendums: Your questions answered by Chair of Electoral Commission

Ms Justice Marie Baker, Chairperson of An Coimisiún Toghcháin/The Electoral Commission, answers listeners questions on the upcoming care and equality referendums.
26/02/202412 minutes 18 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
26/02/20248 minutes 35 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
26/02/20246 minutes 41 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
26/02/20245 minutes 35 seconds
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Govt. need to take control of RTÉ crisis, public are 'fed up' - Sherlock

Senator Marie Sherlock, Labour's Spokesperson on Media, discusses the RTE sage and the pressure now on Minister for Media Catherine Martin.
26/02/202410 minutes 17 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Deirdre Lowe of Met Éireann.
26/02/20241 minute 30 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
23/02/20244 minutes 54 seconds
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Advertised rents rose by 6.8% in 2023 - Daft

Ronan Lyons, Daft.ie, discusses the most upto date cost of renting a home in Ireland.
23/02/20243 minutes 58 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
23/02/20243 minutes 24 seconds
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Kharkiv to Ballybunion - Ukrainian family who have made Ireland home while others return

Two years on from the start of the war in Ukraine Cian McCormack speaks to one family who have made Ireland home and another who have returned to their native country.
23/02/20246 minutes 5 seconds
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Tomorrow marks second anniversary of Russian invasion of Ukraine

Two years on from the start of the war in Ukraine, Europe Editor Tony Connelly examines the catastrophic impact of the Russian invasion.
23/02/20246 minutes 15 seconds
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Why has the World Food Programme paused 'life-saving' food deliveries to northern Gaza?

Matthew Hollingworth, World Food Programme, on halting food convoys into northern Gaza.
23/02/20245 minutes 30 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
23/02/20242 minutes 57 seconds
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Tributes paid after 25-year-old Irish man dies in Bali

Fr Jim Fegan, PP, Ballindaggin, Caim and Kiltealy, Co. Wexford outlines the local reaction to the death of a young Wexford man in a drowning incident in Bali.
23/02/20244 minutes 14 seconds
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Minister Martin did not dismiss Siún Ní Raghallaigh - McEntee

Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice, reacts to the latest RTÉ developments and discusses the launch of Cuan, the new Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence Agency.
23/02/202413 minutes 7 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
23/02/20244 minutes 8 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
23/02/20246 minutes 32 seconds
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Siún Ní Raghallaigh resigns as Chairperson of RTÉ Board

Tommy Meskill reports that Suin Ni Raghallaigh has resigned.
23/02/202410 minutes 58 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
23/02/20245 minutes 28 seconds
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Minister 'effectively sacked Ní Raghallaigh live on television' - Chair of PAC

Brian Stanley, Chair of the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee, discusses the sudden resignation of RTÉ Board Chair Siún Ní Raghallaigh.
23/02/20248 minutes 29 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
23/02/20242 minutes 6 seconds
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33 people have lost their lives on Irish roads so far this year

Leo Lieghio, Vice President of the Irish Road Victims’ Association, reflects on the number of road deaths in Ireland so far this year.
22/02/20243 minutes 27 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
22/02/20244 minutes 18 seconds
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People encouraged to read at least a little bit every day

Eithne Dodd speaks to young people inStillorgan, Co. Dublin about using libraries and Booker Prize winner Paul Lynch explains why he thinks everyone should read at least a little bit every day.
22/02/20246 minutes 10 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
22/02/20245 minutes 33 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
22/02/20244 minutes 5 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
22/02/20243 minutes 50 seconds
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Warning changes to supports for Ukrainian refugees could lea to increased homelessness

Laura Fletcher reports on how changes to govt. supports will affect Ukrainian refugees.
22/02/20247 minutes 34 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
22/02/20245 minutes 51 seconds
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Gaza ceasefire debate descends into chaos in Britain's House of Commons

Lucy Fisher, Financial Times Newspaper, comments on the major row in the House of Commons over a vote on a Gaza ceasefire.
22/02/20243 minutes 58 seconds
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Warning up to 85,000 Gazans could die in the next six months due to war or illness

Professor Francesco Checchi, epidemoiologist with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine forecasts that up to 85,000 Gazans could die in the next six months due to war and illness.
22/02/20245 minutes 35 seconds
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Media cttee. may see overall amount paid to ex-RTÉ execs

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, outlines what happens next as RTÉ informs Minister for Media of full legal advice on exit packages.
22/02/20245 minutes 1 second
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Irish Fiscal Advisory Council to hold annual Path for the Public Finances conference today

Dr Michael McMahon, Fiscal Council, on the issues ahead for the economy and climate change.
22/02/20248 minutes 46 seconds
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Labour Senator confronts X execs. with sexually abusive and violent posts directed at her

Annie Hoey, Labour Senator outlines the personal abuse she has received on the social media platform X.
22/02/20247 minutes 49 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
22/02/20243 minutes 7 seconds
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Attorney General to represent Ireland at ICJ case on Israel

Dr. Alanna O'Malley, Leiden University, looks ahead to Ireland's submission at the International Court of Justice over Israeli rule of Occupied Territories.
22/02/20246 minutes 43 seconds
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Terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing published

John Fox, solicitor representing 15 bereaved Omagh Bombing families, responds as terms of reference for independent inquiry into atrocity are published.
22/02/20247 minutes 35 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
22/02/20242 minutes 13 seconds
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Further strikes in Gaza as US vetoes truce resolution at UN

Dan Williams, Reuters Correspondent, reports from Jerusalem on the latest humanitarian disasters for the people of Gaza.
21/02/20245 minutes 27 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Liz Walshe of Met Éireann.
21/02/20241 minute 54 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
21/02/20243 minutes 8 seconds
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HSE to audit Children Health Ireland hospitals - Donnelly

Amanda Santry, Co-lead, Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus Paediatric Advocacy Group, explains why she has concerns over the announced audit of CHI hospitals over children's spinal surgeries.
21/02/20245 minutes 37 seconds
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Two men killed in Co. Limerick road crash

Cathy Halloran, Midwest Correspondent, reports that two men have been killed in Co. Limerick road crash.
21/02/20242 minutes 21 seconds
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Hunter Biden says indicted ex-FBI informant's tainted cases against him

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, on the latest claims that an ex-FBI informant accused of lying about President Joe Biden and his son Hunter has high-level ties with Russian intelligence.
21/02/20245 minutes 7 seconds
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Tánaiste says 'no question' Russian state killed Navalny

Micheál Martin,Tánaiste, discusses the Shared Island funding package worth almost €1billion that has been unveiled and the Dept. of Foreign Affairs summoning the Russian Ambassador to Ireland over the death of Alexei Navalny.
21/02/20248 minutes 50 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
21/02/20243 minutes 51 seconds
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Russia claims breakthrough in second key area in Ukraine as war heads towards third year

Dr Stephen Hall, University of Bath, discusses latest developments regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin.
21/02/20247 minutes 2 seconds
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Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind appealing for volunteers to sign up as Puppy Raisers

Martin Gordon, blind paracyclist, explains importance of guide dogs for the visually impaired amid calls for volunteers to train puppies.
21/02/20244 minutes 1 second
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Mental health care needs not fully met in some prisons - report

Fiona Coyle, CEO of Mental Health Reform, reacts to a new report that finds mental health care needs are not being fully met in some of the country’s prisons.
21/02/20244 minutes 57 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
21/02/20244 minutes 45 seconds
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Asylum seekers without state accommodation likely to top 1,000 this week

Kieran Dineen reports on the challenges facing asylum seekers who have not been provided emergency accommodation and Enda O’Neill, Head of Office with the UN Refugee Agency, reacts as the number without accommodation is likely to top 1,000 later this week.
21/02/202410 minutes 10 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
21/02/20243 minutes 53 seconds
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How are Ukrainian children getting on in Irish schools?

Emma O'Kelly, Education Correspondent, visits a school in Kilkee, Co. Clare where an estimated 300 to 350 Ukrainians are living.
21/02/20245 minutes 59 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
21/02/20246 minutes 18 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
21/02/20245 minutes 40 seconds
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Active travel schemes have more benefits than people expect, new study shows

Shane Timmons, senior research officer at the ESRI looks at the academic research on active travel both in Ireland and around the globe.
20/02/20244 minutes 57 seconds
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RTÉ DG seeking legal advice over details of exit packages paid to senior executives

Anne O'Connell, Solicitor specialising in Employment Law, explains the legal processes behind exit packages such as those sanctioned by RTÉ.
20/02/20247 minutes 32 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
20/02/20244 minutes 3 seconds
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Farmers urged to be 'extra vigilant' following thefts of GPS equipment

Eithne Dodd speaks to Ivan Curran about GPS equipment being stolen from his farm in Co. Meath and Alice Doyle, Deputy President of the Irish Farmers' Association speaks on the growing problem of GPS tractor thefts on Irish farms.
20/02/20246 minutes 59 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
20/02/20246 minutes 15 seconds
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SIPTU survey finds majority of public transport workers have experienced anti-social behavour

Adrian Kane of SIPTU discusses the new survey which found the vast majority of Ireland's public transport sector workers have experienced anti-social behavour at work in the past year.
20/02/20246 minutes 31 seconds
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Worcestershire town embracing arrival of asylum seekers

John Kilraine, London correspondent reports from one English town that is embracing the arrival of asylum seekers.
20/02/20245 minutes 10 seconds
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Kevin Bakhurst accuses TDs and Senators of asking him to break the law

Christopher O'Sullivan TD, Oireachtas Media Committee member, discusses his concerns over the latest RTÉ exit package revelations.
20/02/20249 minutes 37 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Michelle Dillon of Met Éireann.
20/02/20241 minute 56 seconds
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Michael Lynn instructs lawyers to file appeal against conviction

Tom Lyons, business journalist with The Currency, profiles former solicitor Michael Lynn, who is set to appeal his conviction and sentence for stealing €18m from financial institutions.
20/02/20244 minutes 54 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
20/02/20243 minutes 57 seconds
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Govt. failing children over mental health assistance - CRA

Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children’s Rights Alliance, outlines the findings of its annual report card that grades the Government on how it performed for children in 2023.
20/02/20246 minutes 1 second
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Minister tells RTÉ DG of her 'concern' over exit packages

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, explains what is being brought before Cabinet this morning.
20/02/20246 minutes 31 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
20/02/20243 minutes 45 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
20/02/20243 minutes 14 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
20/02/20246 minutes 22 seconds
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US pushes for UN to support temporary Gaza ceasefire

Gregg Carlstrom, Middle East Correspondent for The Economist, reports that the US has proposed a UN Security Council resolution calling for a temporary ceasefire in Gaza.
20/02/20244 minutes 9 seconds
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RTÉ's DG and Board Chair to meet Media Minister this morning

Daniel McConnell, Editor of the Business Post, discusses the latest revelations in the RTÉ exit payments controversy.
19/02/20246 minutes 47 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
19/02/20245 minutes 39 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
19/02/20243 minutes 52 seconds
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Cillian Murphy among the big winners at the BAFTA Film Awards

John Kilraine, London Correspondent reports from the BAFTA film awards in London.
19/02/20243 minutes 8 seconds
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More than 400 detained mourning Navalny - Russian rights group

Francis Scarr, Russia analysist with BBC Monitoring, discusses the coverage on Russian state media of the death of the country’s opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
19/02/20243 minutes 31 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Joanna Donnelly of Met Éireann.
19/02/20241 minute 38 seconds
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Chair of Oireachtas Media Committee 'deeply concerned' over recent revelaltions

Deputy Niamh Smyth, Chair of the Oireachtas Media Committee, discusses the RTÉ exit payment contriversies.
19/02/20245 minutes 36 seconds
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Faulty goods and services cost nearly €1bn last year - CCPC

Brian McHugh, Chairperson of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, discusses its new report into consumer detriment in Ireland.
19/02/20244 minutes 42 seconds
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How would transfer of disability and mental health services to the HSE affect users?

Anne Rabbitte, Minister of State for Disability, reacts to St John of God Community Services' decision to close due to lack of funding.
19/02/20247 minutes 38 seconds
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Number of EU ministers travelling to UN in New York to mark two-year anniversary of war in Ukraine

Yvonne Murray, RTE Gobal Security reporter, looks at how the UN has reacted to the war in Ukraine as it approaches its second year.
19/02/20244 minutes 47 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
19/02/20243 minutes 47 seconds
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Unions demand immediate meeting with senior HSE officials and St. John of Gods management

Kevin Figgis, SIPTU Health Division organiser, outlines concerns over proposed transfer of St John of God Community Services to HSE.
19/02/20247 minutes 7 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
19/02/20248 minutes 12 seconds
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Upcoming refendums: Your questions answered by Chair of Electoral Commission

Justice Marie Baker, Chair of the Electoral Commission, answers listeners questions on the upcoming refendums.
19/02/202411 minutes 49 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
19/02/20243 minutes 8 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
19/02/20247 minutes
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
16/02/20243 minutes 26 seconds
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Taoiseach travelling to Germany for Munich Security Conference

Suzanne Lynch, Politico, reports from Munich on the 60th Annual Global Security Conference.
16/02/20244 minutes 57 seconds
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Directors of Ireland's largest private landlord are under intense pressure

Will Goodbody, Business Editor, looks ahead to todays EGM of IRES Reit, Ireland's largest private residential landlord where a boardroom battle for control of the company is playing out.
16/02/20246 minutes 9 seconds
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Girl, 15, dies in two-car collision in Co Tipperary

Eithne Dodd reports that a 15-year-old girl has died in a two-car collision in Co. Tipperary and four other people have been injured.
16/02/20244 minutes 23 seconds
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Drogheda Cllrs write to minister over use of hotel for asylum seekers

Kevin Callan, Independent Councillor on Louth County Council, outlines why councillors in Drogheda have called for an urgent meeting with the Integration Minister over the plans for the D Hotel.
16/02/20244 minutes 25 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Carla O'Brien.
16/02/20246 minutes 32 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
16/02/20244 minutes 19 seconds
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Chair of Public Accounts Committee on RTÉ: 'The drip feed of information is not helpful'

Brian Stanley, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, responds to the latest revelations about RTÉ's controversial exit payments.
16/02/202413 minutes 25 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
16/02/20246 minutes 2 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
16/02/20243 minutes 53 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
16/02/20246 minutes 42 seconds
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Conservatives suffer double blow as Labour win UK by-elections

George Parker, Financial Times, discusses the results from the two by-elections in England, and their politcal consequences.
16/02/20244 minutes 27 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Deirdre Lowe of Met Éireann.
16/02/20241 minute 41 seconds
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Israeli troops raid 'besieged' Nasser hospital in Gaza

Jamie McGoldrick, UN Humanitarian Co-Ordinator for Palestine, reflects on his recent visit to Gaza and the worsening living conditions being faced by people in the war-torn enclave.
16/02/20248 minutes 8 seconds
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GRA will not invite Garda Commissioner to annual conference

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, tells us about the Garda Representative Association decision not to invite the Garda Commissioner Drew Harris to its annual conference later this year.
16/02/20244 minutes 13 seconds
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Coimisiún na Meán says it is ready to assume new EU online safety powers from tomorrow

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, discusses the new Digital Services Act and what it will mean for online platforms.
16/02/20245 minutes 11 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Aoife Kealy of Met Éireann.
15/02/20241 minute 59 seconds
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8an News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
15/02/20246 minutes 13 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
15/02/20245 minutes 48 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
15/02/20243 minutes 52 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
15/02/20244 minutes 8 seconds
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'Staggering' - Reaction to latest RTÉ revelation at Oireachtas Media Committee

Alan Dillon, Fine Gael TD and member of the Oireachtas Media Committee, gives his reaction to the latest grilling of RTE representatives about exit packages and Toy Show the Musical.
15/02/202413 minutes 10 seconds
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Private moon lander lifts off aiming for first US lunar touchdown in 52 years

Leo Enright, space commentator, on a rocket being launched from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida destined for the moon.
15/02/20242 minutes 57 seconds
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Daniel Wiffen makes history as he wins gold at World Aquatics Championships

Daniel Wiffen, history making gold medalist at the World Aquatics Championships in Doha describes how he swam to glory in the 800m freestyle final
15/02/20244 minutes 45 seconds
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UNRWA Chief Philippe Lazzarini in Dublin for talks with Tánaiste

Philippe Lazzarini, Commissioner-General of UNRWA, on the challenges facing the organisation amid the war in Gaza, and accusations of collusion in the Oct 7th Hamas attack on Israel.
15/02/20249 minutes 25 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
15/02/20243 minutes 8 seconds
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Voters in England going to polls in two parliamentary by-elections

George Parker, Financial Times, discusses the outcome of the latest English by-elections.
15/02/20243 minutes 49 seconds
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Drogheda hotel to house international protection applicants

Pio Smith, Labour Party Councillor, responds to the decision to use a hotel in Drogheda Town to accommodate 500 asylum seekers.
15/02/20244 minutes 53 seconds
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One dead, up to 21 injured in shooting near Super Bowl parade

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, reports on the shooting in Kansas close to the Kansas City Chief’s Super Bowl victory parade.
15/02/20247 minutes 25 seconds
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Calls for ex-RTÉ CFO to pay back €450,000 exit payment

Paul Cunnningham, Political Correspondent, discusses the latest revelations from RTÉ at the Oireachtas Media Committee.
15/02/20245 minutes 15 seconds
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Fota Wildlife Park celebrating the return of their Asiatic Lioness

Sean McKeown, Director of Fota Wildlife Park, discusses the return of their Asiatic Lioness Arya which had been in Helsinki Zoo for a number of years.
15/02/20243 minutes
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Previous running of RTÉ described as 'ad hoc, loose and often unprofessional'

Trevor Keegan, Chair of the RTÉ sub committee of the NUJ, gives his reaction to the latest appearance of RTÉ board members and executives before the Oireachtas Media Committee.
15/02/20245 minutes 4 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
15/02/20244 minutes 3 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
14/02/20243 minutes 20 seconds
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Trump criticises US Senate passing $95 billion foreign aid package

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, discusses the passing of the 95 billion dollar aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan at the US Senate and what happened next.
14/02/20247 minutes 47 seconds
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Latest round of talks on possible Gaza truce end without a breakthrough

Gregg Carlstrom, Middle East correspondent for The Economist, has the latest on talks aimed at agreeing a ceasefire in Gaza, amid warnings of the consequences of Israel's planned ground offensive on Rafah.
14/02/20247 minutes 28 seconds
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RTÉ Board back before the Oireachtas Media Committee today

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses the opening statement from the RTÉ board who are back before the Oireachtas Media Committee today.
14/02/20247 minutes 46 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
14/02/20245 minutes 2 seconds
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Garda issues Valentine’s Day warning over romance scams

Detective Superintendent Michael Cryan of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau warns of romance scams.
14/02/20244 minutes 52 seconds
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Rise in older people renting as concerns are raised

Moira Hannon reports on the issue of housing difficulties for older people.
14/02/20245 minutes 7 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
14/02/20245 minutes 40 seconds
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Love is in the air as people celebrate St. Valentine's Day

Eithne Dodd speaks to people in Dublin city centre to find out how they are celebrating St. Valentine's Day.
14/02/20242 minutes 31 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
14/02/20244 minutes 24 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Mark Bowe of Met Éireann.
14/02/20241 minute 7 seconds
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Woman charged with murder of her six-year-old son

Conor Kane, South East Correspondent, tells us about the charge of a mother with the murder of her six-year-old son.
14/02/20242 minutes 53 seconds
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Cost of National Children's Hospital rises to €2.24bn

Róisín Shortall, Social Democrats Spokesperson on Health, discusses the latest increase in costs for the National Children's Hospital.
14/02/20248 minutes 30 seconds
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Tom Martens set for early release from prison

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent, Irish Independent, reports on an early release date for Tom Martens from North Carolina prison.
14/02/20243 minutes 35 seconds
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What can we expect to hear from members who do appear before Oireachtas today?

Niamh Smyth TD, Chair of the Oireachtas Media Committee, on what she would like to hear from RTÉ board members and executives today.
14/02/20249 minutes 40 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
14/02/20244 minutes 15 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
14/02/20245 minutes 25 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
13/02/20243 minutes 14 seconds
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Pressure mounts on Israel for Gaza ceasefire

Sarah Harrison, International Crisis Group, discusses US political opposition to Biden administration's military aid for Israel.
13/02/20248 minutes 41 seconds
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UN says prospect of Israeli attack on Rafah is 'terrifying'

Ravina Shamdasani, Chief Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, urges Israel not to press ahead with its planned ground offensive in Rafah.
13/02/202411 minutes 48 seconds
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Today is pancake Tuesday as tomorrow marks the start of lent

Eithne Dodd reports from the Capuchin Day Centre where they are making Pancake Tuesday and preparing for Ash Wednesday tomorrow.
13/02/20247 minutes 27 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
13/02/20245 minutes 4 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with child benefit on the agenda

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, looks ahead to what will be discussed by ministers at cabinet this morning.
13/02/20245 minutes 25 seconds
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Russian wives demand return of reservist husbands fighting in Ukraine

Liam Nolan, Eastern Europe Reporter, on dozens of women protesting Russia’s war on Ukraine and calling for the return of their husbands who were called up to fight nearly two years ago.
13/02/20243 minutes 30 seconds
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'It's hard to trust anyone' - family of one Israeli hostage

Cian McCormack speaks to Israeli man Gil Dickmann whose cousin Carmel Gat remains kidnapped by Hamas.
13/02/20246 minutes 25 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
13/02/20244 minutes 26 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
13/02/20244 minutes 19 seconds
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Gaeltacht groups and students to protest at Dáil over housing crisis

Róisín Ní Chinnéide, spokesperson with Meitheal Náisiúnta Pleanála Teanga, tells us about the housing crisis in the Gaeltacht.
13/02/20245 minutes 13 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
13/02/20243 minutes 50 seconds
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Sinn Féin to propose exchequer funding to replace TV licence

Thomas Gould, Sinn Féin TD, discusses the party's Private Members' Motion Bill to abolish the TV licence.
13/02/20246 minutes 55 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
13/02/20241 minute 58 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
13/02/20246 minutes 29 seconds
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At least 48 dead in Israeli strikes on Rafah

Riham Jafari, Communications and Advocacy Coordinator at Action Aid on the humanitarian situation facing 1.3 million Palestinians in Rafah.
12/02/20245 minutes 28 seconds
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Tánaiste to meet Min. for Justice this week over measures to prevent further arson attacks

Mary Regan reports on the political impact of the rise in suspected arson attacks at centres linked to asylum seekers.
12/02/20243 minutes 44 seconds
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Answering Ireland's Call: Stevie Mulrooney on singing in front of a full Aviva Stadium

Stevie Mulrooney, the eight-year-old star from Kilkenny and his dad Seamus, reflect on him singing Ireland’s Call at the Aviva Stadium yesterday.
12/02/20246 minutes 55 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
12/02/20244 minutes 34 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Liz Walshe of Met Éireann.
12/02/20241 minute 55 seconds
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UN states there is an urgent need to reduce emissions by 45% by 2030 as climate ministers meet

Dr. Brian Motherway, Head of Energy Efficiency and Inclusive Transitions at International Energy Agency, looks ahead to its global gathering of energy and climate ministers.
12/02/20244 minutes 17 seconds
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Inside Rafah: 'No one has a plan, there is nowhere to go'

Palestinian Samir Zaquot, Deputy Director of the Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights, on the humanitarian situation facing 1.3 million Palestinians in Rafah.
12/02/20243 minutes 11 seconds
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Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl in Las Vegas

Conor Brophy, from Irish NFL Show podcast, recounts all the drama from the 2024 American Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
12/02/20246 minutes 26 seconds
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Gardaí hoping to interview woman in connection with boy's death

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, reports on the latest developments following the death of a six-year-old boy in Waterford.
12/02/20245 minutes 37 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
12/02/20246 minutes 18 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
12/02/20245 minutes 46 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
12/02/20243 minutes 7 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
12/02/20244 minutes 16 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
12/02/20248 minutes 9 seconds
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Israel rescues two hostages in Rafah in special forces operation

Dan Williams, Reuters Correspondent, reports from Jerusalem as Israel prepares to press ahead with a ground offensive of the city of Rafah in Gaza.
12/02/20248 minutes 14 seconds
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NATO chief warns over undermining security after 'reckless' Trump comments

Jamie Shea, former NATO official, gives his reaction to Donald Trump's latest criticism of the defence spending of some NATO members.
12/02/20245 minutes 19 seconds
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Michael Fitzmaurice third TD to join new Independent Ireland party

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, on TD Michael Fitzmaurice joining the country's newest political party Independent Ireland.
12/02/20244 minutes 37 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock of Met Éireann.
09/02/20241 minute 35 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Susan Jackson.
09/02/20245 minutes 23 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
09/02/20244 minutes 8 seconds
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Dissapointment expressed in NPWS' draft Hen Harrier Threat Response Plan

Oonagh Duggan, head of advocacy at Birdwatch Ireland outlines her dissapointment to the NPWS' draft Hen Harrier Threat Response Plan.
09/02/20245 minutes 28 seconds
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Jesuit Order receives 93 complaints of abuse of boys relating to former priest

Patsy McGarry of The Irish Times discusses a new report that discloses more than 40 Jesuit priests have been accused of child sex abuse.
09/02/20246 minutes 44 seconds
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No criminal charges over Biden's mishandling of documents as he defends mental competence

Scott Lucas, Professor of American Studies at the UCD Clinton Institute, gives his opinion on the US President no longer facing criminal charges for the mishandling of classified documents.
09/02/20246 minutes 28 seconds
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Investigation after body of boy, 6, found in Co. Waterford

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports that an investigation is under way after the body of a six-year-old boy was discovered in a car in Co. Waterford.
09/02/202452 seconds
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Man being questioned after body discovered in Kildare apartment

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent reports on a murder in Kilcock, Co. Kildare.
09/02/20241 minute 56 seconds
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Irish players register protest before losing to Israel in basketball qualifier

Kamil Novak, Executive Director Europe of FIBA, the international basketball federation, discusses the fallout from yesterday’s 2025 Women’s EuroBasket tournament qualifier game between Ireland and Israel in Riga.
09/02/20249 minutes 15 seconds
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Ireland joins new agreement with NATO

Cathal Berry, Independent TD for KIldare South and Defenec Forces veteran, on Ireland joining a new agreement with NATO.
09/02/20244 minutes 44 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
09/02/20243 minutes 22 seconds
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Putin, in rare US interview, says Russia has no interest in wider war

Donncha O'Beachain, Prof. of Politics at the school of law and govt at DCU reacts to Tucker Carlson's interview with Vladimir Putin.
09/02/20246 minutes 17 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
09/02/20243 minutes 37 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
09/02/20246 minutes 2 seconds
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Independents win 47 of 106 seats counted in Pakistan poll

Secunder Kermani, Foreign Correspondent with Channel 4 News, discusses the first results in the Pakistani general election that was marred by violence and a mobile shutdown.
09/02/20246 minutes 34 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
09/02/20247 minutes 48 seconds
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State funeral to take place tomorrow for former Taoiseach John Bruton

Damien English, Meath West Fine Gael TD, reflects on the late John Bruton’s contribution to public life ahead of his State funeral on Saturday.
09/02/20248 minutes
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Much of Ireland under Status Yellow snow and ice warnings

Aoife Kealy, Meteorologist with Met Éireann, outlines what conditions will be like today with weather warnings issued for much of the country.
08/02/20242 minutes 41 seconds
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Adult with a confirmed case of measles dies in Leinster

Dr Lucy Jessop, HSE National Immunisation Lead, discusses the first measles death recorded in Ireland in at least four years.
08/02/20246 minutes 20 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
08/02/20246 minutes 3 seconds
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New tenancy rents rose faster than existing ones last year, says RTB

Dr Rachel Slaymaker, Research Officer at the ESRI, outlines the findings of the Residential Tenancies Board’s latest Rent Index Report.
08/02/20245 minutes 27 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Aoife Kealy of Met Éireann.
08/02/20242 minutes 22 seconds
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Tánaiste says Garda will be fully resourced to crack down on 'organised campaign of arson and criminality'

Nuala Killeen, Social Democrats Councillor for Leixlip on Kildare County Council, discusses the arson attack at a building in the town rumoured to be earmarked for accommodating asylum seekers.
08/02/20245 minutes 14 seconds
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Hopes of a truce in Israel-Gaza war fade

Oliver McTernan, international negotiator, discusses the latest attempts to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.
08/02/20246 minutes 42 seconds
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UHL overcrowding worst of any hospital since records began - INMO

Noeleen Moran, Clare coordinator of the Mid West Hospital Campaign Group discusses the latest trolley crisis in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick.
08/02/20245 minutes 17 seconds
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Murder probe launched into death of man in Macroom

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor reports on the murder inquiry which has been launched following the death 61-year-old Michael Foley in Macroom, Co Cork.
08/02/20242 minutes 14 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
08/02/20243 minutes 47 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
08/02/20244 minutes 5 seconds
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Dublin Bus launching new campaign to recruit female drivers

Cian McCormack reports on the Dublin Bus attempt to recruit more women drivers.
08/02/20246 minutes 13 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
08/02/20244 minutes 5 seconds
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Jamuary 2024 was the warmest January on record

Carlo Buontempo, Director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service, discusses January's record breaking temperatures.
08/02/20244 minutes 11 seconds
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Plan to restrict cars driving through Dublin city centre, announces Eamon Ryan

Dublin City Councillors Nial Ring and Darragh Moriarty on the capital's plan to remove traffic from the city centre from August.
08/02/20249 minutes 5 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
08/02/20243 minutes 14 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
08/02/20246 minutes 3 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
07/02/20243 minutes 16 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
07/02/20246 minutes 11 seconds
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Scorpion ends up in Wicklow after woman's holiday in Kenya

James Hennessy, Director of the National Reptile Zoo, explains what his zoo will do with their new Fisher's Fat-tail scorpion, an accidental stowaway from a Wicklow woman's holiday to Kenya.
07/02/20245 minutes 21 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
07/02/20242 minutes 18 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
07/02/20244 minutes 6 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
07/02/20243 minutes 56 seconds
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US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visits Middle East again for more talks

Gershon Baskin, Middle East Director of the International Communities Organization, reflects on the latest developments in the Middle East as US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visits the region for more talks.
07/02/20245 minutes 15 seconds
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Former Taoiseach John Bruton dies at the age of 76

Dermot Farrell, Archbishop of Dublin, pays tribute to former Taoiseach John Bruton, who died yesterday at the age of 76.
07/02/20248 minutes 18 seconds
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Eight-year-old Galway runner to compete in 'Fastest Kid in the World' competition in New York

Teresa Mannion reports from Galway where 8 year old Charlie Sweeney will compete in New York at a sprinting competition.
07/02/20244 minutes 23 seconds
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DAA launching new sustainability plan for Dublin and Cork airports today

Andrea Carroll, Dublin Airport Authority Group Head of Sustainability discusses today’s launch of their sustainability plan for Dublin and Cork airports
07/02/20244 minutes 36 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
07/02/20244 minutes 20 seconds
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Committee set to assess Ireland's compliance with the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural rights

Noeline Blackwell one of the commissioners on the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission on the overall trajectory of economic, social and cultural rights in Ireland.
07/02/20245 minutes 38 seconds
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Gaza mediators push for 'final formula' for Israel, Hamas ceasefire

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent with Reuters based in Jerusalem, has the latest on diplomatic efforts aimed at negotiating a lasting ceasefire in the Middle East.
07/02/20246 minutes 10 seconds
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Post-mortem due after man, 61, found dead in Cork

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor on the discovery of a body of a man in Macroom in Cork.
07/02/20246 minutes 17 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
07/02/20246 minutes 10 seconds
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European Commission recommends the EU cut net greenhouse gas emissions by 90% by 2040

Sadhbh O'Neill, senior Climate Advisor to Friends of the Earth, reacts to the EU target to cut emissions by 90% on 2021 levels by the year 2040.
07/02/20245 minutes 38 seconds
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John Bruton remembered as a 'complex' politician

Gary Murphy, Professor of Politics at DCU, and historian David McCullagh discuss the legacy of former Taoiseach John Bruton, who died yesterday at the age of 76 following a long illness.
07/02/20249 minutes 40 seconds
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Anger at Turkish government spills over at earthquake anniversary vigil

Shahzad Jamil, Concern’s Turkey Country Director, gives an update on the humanitarian situation on the first anniversary of the Turkey-Syria earthquake that killed over 55,000 people.
06/02/20245 minutes 43 seconds
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8.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
06/02/20243 minutes 34 seconds
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Blinken arrives in Egypt to seek 'enduring end' to Gaza war

Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic Editor at The Independent, on Antony Blinken’s latest visit to the Middle East, amid ongoing efforts to secure a ceasefire
06/02/20246 minutes 47 seconds
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7.50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn
06/02/20243 minutes 58 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Rebecca Cantwell
06/02/20242 minutes 6 seconds
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Britain's King Charles diagnosed with cancer

Russell Myers, Royal Editor, Daily Mirror newspaper, on the announcement from Buckingham Palace that Britain's King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer. We then hear from Jennie Bond, former BBC Royal Correspondent.
06/02/202413 minutes 33 seconds
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Limerick prepares to vote for directly elected mayor

Petula Martyn reports from Limerick, where there will be a directly elected mayor
06/02/20244 minutes 35 seconds
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7.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
06/02/20243 minutes 3 seconds
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7.35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge
06/02/20244 minutes 7 seconds
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8.35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge
06/02/20246 minutes 19 seconds
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MLAs return to Stormont for first time since 2022

Conor Macauley, Northern Correspondent, recaps a historic weekend at Stormont and previews the Northern Ireland Secretary’s visit to the US.
06/02/20245 minutes 50 seconds
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New research shows that just 29% of Irish people fully understand what HPV is

Averil Power, chief executive of the Irish Cancer Society expresses concern at recent survey results that found a growing gap in public knowledge around HPV.
06/02/20244 minutes 17 seconds
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Cabinet set to discuss measles and online crime legislation

Micheal Lehane, Political Correspondent, reports on the latest plans being brought before Cabinet
06/02/20245 minutes 25 seconds
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'It's getting worse': GPs close lists to new patients amid heavy workload

Eithne Dodd reports on the development that three quarters of approximately 2,500 GP practices in Ireland have closed their lists to new patients, according to the Irish College of General Practitioners.
06/02/20244 minutes 43 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Read by Brian Jennings
06/02/20246 minutes 50 seconds
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Four Irish restaurants awarded stars in Michelin Guide 2024

Corinna Hardgrave, restaurant critic for The Irish Times, outlines the winners at last night’s Michelin star awards that saw success for a number of Irish restaurants.
06/02/20244 minutes 20 seconds
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EU Commission recommends 90% emissions cut by 2040

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on the European Commission's expected recommendation that net greenhouse gas emissions need to be slashed by 90% by 2040.
06/02/20244 minutes 56 seconds
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Ireland is “freeloading” when it comes to European defence - that's the accusation from an influential Britain-based conservative think tank

Security and Defence Analyst Declan Power gave his thoughts on the accusations against Ireland's defence contributions.
05/02/20244 minutes 54 seconds
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Over €200 to park your car for the day is set to be the new reality for SUV owners driving into Paris after a landmark vote passed yesterday

Sharon Gaffney spoke about the the new Paris initiative and Green party Counsellor Janet Horner debated if it would work in Dublin.
05/02/20247 minutes 47 seconds
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Gardaí have appointed a senior officer to carry out an investigation into the burning of a former nursing home in Crooksling near Brittas

South Dublin Solidarity County Counsellor Kieran Mahon joined us to speak more on this latest arson attack on a site linked to the housing or asylum seekers in Ireland.
05/02/20246 minutes 21 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill
05/02/20246 minutes 19 seconds
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8:10am It's In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
05/02/20243 minutes 42 seconds
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Report on the upcoming events in Northern Ireland today

Northern Correspondent Conor Macauley
05/02/20243 minutes 15 seconds
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All 10 Stormont Ministers have signed a letter calling for an increase to the €3.3Billion funding package

Sinn Féin MLA and Northern Ireland's new Minister for the Economy Conor Murphy joined us to speak on what they want from PM Rishi Sunak, while Jeffrey Donaldson responded to nominating Paul Given as Minister of Education and not Finance
05/02/202415 minutes 37 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
02/02/20243 minutes 38 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
02/02/20242 minutes 56 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
02/02/20244 minutes 11 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Vivienne Traynor.
02/02/20246 minutes 31 seconds
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SDLP raise concers over deal that will see power-sharing return

Matthew O'Toole, SDLP MLA, explains how his party will approach the new power-sharing executive at Stormont.
02/02/20246 minutes 53 seconds
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Murder probe launched after remains confirmed as Kieran Quilligan

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, reports that Kieran Quilligan's death in Cork is being upgraded to a murder investigation.
02/02/20243 minutes 41 seconds
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Donaldson to meet party leaders ahead of Stormont return

Paula Bradshaw, Alliance Party MLA, outlines her party's position as the Stormont Assembly returns this weekend.
02/02/20245 minutes 22 seconds
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Tributes being paid to three young people who lost their lives in Carlow road crash

Kate Varley reports from Carlow following the deaths of three young people in a road traffic crash.
02/02/20242 minutes 59 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
02/02/20246 minutes 34 seconds
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Licensing negotiations break down between Tik-Tok and Universal

Danny McElhinney, Irish Mail on Sunday music journalist, discusses Universal Music Group pulling songs from TikTok.
02/02/20244 minutes 24 seconds
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What will be the significance of the Northern Assembly meeting tomorrow after an almost two-year hiatus?

Katy Hayward, Professor of Political Sociology at Queen’s University in Belfast and Alex Kane, political commentator and former director of communications for the Ulster Unionist Party discuss tomorrow’s recall of the Stormont Assembly after a two-year hiatus.
02/02/20249 minutes 46 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Michelle Dillon of Met Éireann.
02/02/20241 minute 43 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
02/02/20244 minutes 52 seconds
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Number of non-Irish people working in Ireland has increased by 86% over past 10 years

Will Goodbody, Business Editor, reports on the role of immigration in the labour force in Ireland.
02/02/20245 minutes 50 seconds
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Taoiseach says Ireland is discussing an EU-Israel agreement review

Suzanne Lynch, Associate Editor with Politico, discusses what happened at the EU summit.
02/02/20246 minutes 21 seconds
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Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill set to become Northern Ireland's first Nationalist First Minister

John Finucane, Sinn Féin MP, discusses the reformation of the Executive at Stormont.
02/02/20247 minutes 16 seconds
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UUP: 'Talk of a united Ireland is not helpful, let's get Northern Ireland working again'

Steve Aiken, Ulster Unionist Party MLA, looks ahead to the return of devolved government in Northern Ireland.
02/02/20245 minutes 40 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
01/02/20243 minutes 50 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
01/02/20247 minutes 35 seconds
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What's in the deal the DUP and the British Govt. have agreed to?

Amanda Ferguson, Belfast-based journalist, discusses reaction to the agreement reached between the DUP and the British Government aimed at restoring the Stormont Assembly
01/02/20247 minutes 19 seconds
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Legislation for the Windsor Framework expected to pass comfortably today

Hillary Benn, the Labour Party's shadow Northern Ireland spokesperson discusses the agreement reached between the DUP and the British Government aimed at restoring the Stormont Assembly.
01/02/20245 minutes 21 seconds
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European leaders arrive at summit to discuss €50 billion aid package for Ukraine

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, joins us from Brussels where EU leaders, including Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, are meeting to discuss a 50billion euro aid package for Ukraine.
01/02/20244 minutes 51 seconds
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Two men and a woman killed in Carlow road crash

Conor Kane, South-East Correspondent reports that two young men and a woman have been killed in a road crash in Carlow.
01/02/20242 minutes 15 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
01/02/20244 minutes 29 seconds
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Exit package paid to former RTÉ CFO was not approved by management

Brian Stanley, Chair, Public Accounts Committee, and Emma O Kelly, Chair of NUJ Dublin Broadcasting Branch, reacts to the new report into RTÉ's voluntary exit programmes. outlines his concerns following publication of legal firm's report into RTÉ exit packages
01/02/20246 minutes 51 seconds
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Palestinian aid agency cannot be 'replaced' - UN

Juliette Touma, UNRWA Director of Communications, discusses the bid to get donors who have suspended funding back on board.
01/02/20248 minutes 5 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
01/02/20244 minutes 6 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
01/02/20244 minutes 47 seconds
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Major expansion announced of degree courses outside CAO process

Simon Harris, Minister for Education, discusses the additional third level places outside of the traditional CAO points system.
01/02/20249 minutes 24 seconds
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Deposit return scheme gets underway today

Kate Varley reports on the deposit return scheme which gets underway today.
01/02/20245 minutes 12 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Joanna Donnelly of Met Éireann.
01/02/20241 minute 42 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
01/02/20243 minutes 11 seconds
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Community in shock as three young people lose livs in traffic accident

Fr. Tom Little, local parish priest, reacts to the fatal road traffic accident in Carlow where three young people lost their lives overnight.
01/02/20243 minutes 45 seconds
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How has immigration impacted Dublin's North Inner City?

Dyane Connor reports on the impact of immigration on communities in the North Inner City.
01/02/20245 minutes 37 seconds
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EU Migration Pact introduces radical new measures

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on the EU Migration Pact and assesses the scale of the challenge facing both politicians, and migrants,
31/01/20246 minutes 14 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock of Met Éireann.
31/01/20241 minute 46 seconds
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380 submissions received by Fingal County Council objecting to expansion plans for Dublin Airport

Kate Varley reports on the objections to expansion plans for Dublin Airport.
31/01/20247 minutes 1 second
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
31/01/20243 minutes 57 seconds
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Group of senior doctors and psychiatrists raise concerns over Misuse of Drugs Bill

Professor Bobby Smyth, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, discusses the concerns of some medical professionals ahead of a Dail debate on the Misuse of Drugs (Cannabis Regulation) Bill 2022.
31/01/20246 minutes 59 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
31/01/20243 minutes 13 seconds
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Politicians in Northern Ireland gearing up for return to power-sharing this weekend

James Crisp, Europe Editor, Daily Telegraph, outlines what is known so far about the DUP Stormont powersharing deal.
31/01/20245 minutes 10 seconds
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Transport training facility to help people with disablities and mobility issues opening in Dublin

Anna Weglarczyk speaks to disability activist Niamh Ni Hoireabhaird and Chris White, CEO of Vision Ireland discusses launching The Wayfinding Centre, the world’s first transport training facility for people with disabilities and mobility issues.
31/01/20246 minutes 13 seconds
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Botswana and Algeria to be designated as 'safe countries of origin'

Ahmed Benchemsi of Human Rights Watch outlines the human rights track record in Algeria in the wake of it being designated a safe country of origin by Cabinet.
31/01/20245 minutes 45 seconds
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Text of legislation which secured DUP’s return to be published by UK today

David Graham, former DUP Special Advisor, reacts to the new power-sharing deal as the party agrees to return to Stormont.
31/01/20245 minutes 32 seconds
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SuperValu sponsorship deal agreed for Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Marty Morrissey, Gaelic Games Correspondent, discusses plans to rename Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork.
31/01/20242 minutes 57 seconds
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New report compares and contrasts differences across various housing markets

Kieran McQuinn, Reserach professor with the ESRI, discusss the factors that includence housing supply in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom
31/01/20246 minutes 32 seconds
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Why was it so hard to convince DUP to agree to deal?

Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor, reports on the latest developments as Northern Ireland prepares to return to power-sharing.
31/01/20246 minutes 35 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
31/01/20246 minutes 2 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
31/01/20247 minutes
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
31/01/20244 minutes
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
31/01/20243 minutes 49 seconds
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Hamas receives new proposal for three-stage truce

Oliver McTernan, international negotiator, discusses the latest talks aimed at finding a resolution in the Israel-Gaza conflict.
31/01/20245 minutes 28 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Brandon Creagh of Met Éireann.
30/01/20241 minute 24 seconds
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What does this deal mean for the DUP, Northern Ireland, and the British PM?

Professor Deirdre Heenan of Ulster University and Jon Tonge , Professor of Politicas at the University of Liverpool, assess what the DUP agreeing to this deal means for the party, Northern Ireland and the UK.
30/01/20247 minutes 40 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with 'safe countries' and St. Patrick's Day on the agenda

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, looks ahead to what will be discussed by ministers at their Cabinet meeting this morning.
30/01/20244 minutes 52 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
30/01/20243 minutes 57 seconds
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Jeffrey Donaldson: 'We have secured real change that will make a real difference to people'

Jeffrey Donaldson, DUP leader, discusses why his party is backing a deal that will see power-sharing return to Northern Ireland and the situation that saw loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson tweeting what was happening at their meeting.
30/01/20245 minutes 49 seconds
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Sinn Féin: 'Northern Ireland has suffered enormously over the last two years'

Conor Murphy, Sinn Féin MLA for Newry Armagh, reacts to the DUP backing a deal that will see power-sharing return to Northern Ireland and outlines what they expect to happens next.
30/01/20244 minutes 58 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
30/01/20246 minutes 8 seconds
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Irish Govt. welcomes DUP decision saying people of NI 'only properly served by a functioning executive'

Charlie McConalogue, Minster for Agriculture, gives his reaction to the DUP backing a deal that will see power-sharing return to Northern Ireland and looks ahead to the trade rule changes in Britain and what this will mean for Irish importers.
30/01/202411 minutes 51 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
30/01/20244 minutes 21 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
30/01/20244 minutes 42 seconds
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DUP backs deal to return power-sharing to Northern Ireland

Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor, on the DUP meeting held last night where leader Jeffrey Donaldson set out the stall for a possible return to Stormont.
30/01/202411 minutes 3 seconds
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How is immigration being felt in Rosslare?

In the second part to our weekly series, Conor Kane reports on how the issue of immigration is being felt in Rosslare.
30/01/20245 minutes 27 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
30/01/20243 minutes 22 seconds
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Ulster Unionist Party 'surprised' at deal but say there was 'no where else to go'

Doug Beattie, Ulster Unionist Party leader, reacts to the DUP backing a deal that will see power-sharing return to Northern Ireland.
30/01/20245 minutes 21 seconds
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'This should have happened two years ago' - Reaction to DUP backing deal

Nuala McAllister, Alliance Party Member and MLA for North Belfast, reacts to the news that power-sharing is set to return to Northern Ireland.
30/01/20243 minutes 39 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
30/01/20245 minutes 43 seconds
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Should people arriving in Ireland be allowed to work rather than using the asylum system?

Ailbhe Conneely reports following the Georgian Ambassador to Ireland calling for a visa waiver programme to allow people to work rather than using the asylum system after they arrive in Ireland.
29/01/20247 minutes 44 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
29/01/20241 minute 57 seconds
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Biden blames Iran-backed militants for Jordan strike and promises to respond

Dr. Patrick Bury, Lecturer in Defence and Strategic Studies at the University of Bath and a former NATO analyst, gives his assessment of the fallout from a deadly drone attack on a US base in Jordan.
29/01/20245 minutes 41 seconds
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Tánaiste 'very concerned' over future of UNWRA

Chris Gunness, former spokesperson for the UN Relief and Works Agency, reacts to the decision by some Western countries to suspend UNRWA funding over allegations some staff members were involved in the Oct 7th attack.
29/01/20247 minutes 32 seconds
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Min. for Justice to bring proposal to extend list of designated 'safe countries' to Cabinet

Nick Henderson, Chief Executive of the Irish Refugee Council, explains why he has concerns for asylum seekers if the list of designated 'safe countries' is expanded.
29/01/20247 minutes 18 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
29/01/20243 minutes 10 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
29/01/20247 minutes 43 seconds
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Tusla warns of 'substantial risk' adopted people or families will die before being reunited due to backlog

Suzanne Connolly, CEO of Barnardos, reacts to Tusla’s warning that the Birth Information and Tracing service could ‘collapse’ without extra funding.
29/01/20245 minutes 41 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
29/01/20246 minutes 42 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
29/01/20245 minutes 26 seconds
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RTÉ publishes list of top ten on-air earners for 2022

Will Goodbody, Business Editor, discusses the release of the top ten salaries paid to RTÉ personalities in 2022.
29/01/20247 minutes 6 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
29/01/20243 minutes 46 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
29/01/20246 minutes 4 seconds
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HSE urging parents to ensure children are vaccinated against measles as cases rise in Europe

Monaghan-based GP Ilona Duffy outlines why it is so important for children to receive their full measles vaccination programme.
29/01/20243 minutes 37 seconds
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DUP set for crunch meeting on possible Stormont deal

Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor, brings us up to speed on the possibility of the return of the Stormont power-sharing arrangement as Jeffrey Donaldson this evening addresses members of the DUP.
29/01/20244 minutes 58 seconds
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SDLP to boycott White House St. Patrick's events over Gaza stance

Colum Eastwood, Leader of the SDLP in Northern Ireland, explains why he won't be accepting an invitation to the White House this St. Patrick's Day.
29/01/20243 minutes 16 seconds
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Community Games hoping to expand activities and increase participation

Gerry McGuinness, National President of the Cairn Community Games, discusses the organisation's hopes to expand their activities.
29/01/20243 minutes 58 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock of Met Éireann.
26/01/20241 minute 56 seconds
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ICJ to deliver ruling in genocide case brought against Israel

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, discusses the expected judgement from the International Court of Justice.
26/01/20244 minutes 8 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
26/01/20243 minutes 11 seconds
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What should we know about the two upcoming referendums?

Cian McCormack reports from an Electoral Commission roadshow in Co. Kildare which aims to provide people with information about the two upcoming referendums.
26/01/20244 minutes 38 seconds
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New public sector pay deal said to be 'almost' agreed

Brian O'Donovan, Work & Technology Correspondent, has the latest on public sector pay talks.
26/01/20245 minutes
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Community in Co. Roscommon fears some residents could face homelessness due to flooding

Gail Conway, Midlands Correspondent, reports on the effect of flooding at Lough Funshinagh in Co. Roscommon on the local residents.
26/01/20244 minutes 30 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
26/01/20244 minutes 4 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
26/01/20245 minutes 34 seconds
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Unions, staff and govt. look close to reaching agreement on a new public sector pay deal

Brian O'Donovan, Work & Technology Correspondent, has the latest on public sector pay talks.
26/01/20242 minutes 56 seconds
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Media Minister: 'RTÉ Board should stay in place for now'

Catherine Martin, Media Minister, gives her reaction to the damning report into governance failings at RTÉ's loss-making Toy Show The Musical.
26/01/202412 minutes 13 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
26/01/20244 minutes 6 seconds
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'Proper procedures not followed in Toy Show musical production' - Taoiseach

Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor of the Irish Independent, recaps the findings of the report into Toy Show The Musical and outlines where things will go from here.
26/01/20248 minutes 27 seconds
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7:50am Business Papers

Presented by Brian Finn.
26/01/20244 minutes 32 seconds
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Energia announces reduction in energy bills for householders

Charlie Weston, Irish Independent Personal Finance Editor, reacts to the latest announcement of energy price reductions from Energia.
26/01/20243 minutes 35 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Vivienne Traynor.
26/01/20246 minutes 2 seconds
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Court rules concentration of certain chemical compounds in Irish drinking water are unsafe

Noel Byrne from the Environmental Protection Agency discusses the ruling that certain chemical compounds in Irish drinking water have exceeded EU safety levels.
26/01/20247 minutes 18 seconds
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RTÉ Board will attend Oireachtas Committee hearings to address findings of damning report

Catherine Murphy, Leas-Chathaoirleach of the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee, reacts to the findings of a damning report into Toy Show The Musical.
26/01/20245 minutes 23 seconds
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Emergency Departments across country continue to experience high levels of presentations

Professor Conor Deasy, President of the Irish Association for Emergency Medicine, discusses the current pressure the health service is under.
25/01/20246 minutes 38 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
25/01/20244 minutes 20 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
25/01/20245 minutes 43 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
25/01/20244 minutes 19 seconds
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Irish Fiscal Advisory Council hits out at govt. attempt to slash chair’s pay

Dr. Michael McMahon, Acting Chairman of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council, discusses proposals to cut the fee paid to the chair.
25/01/20246 minutes 43 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
25/01/20243 minutes 16 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Liz Walshe of Met Éireann.
25/01/20242 minutes 2 seconds
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Long-awaited report into RTÉ's Toy Show The Musical to be published today

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, on the governance issues reportedly identified in the probe into RTÉ's Toy Show The Musical, which is expected to be published this morning.
25/01/20245 minutes 33 seconds
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Suspected badger baiting discovered in Co. Limerick

Niall O Donnchú, Director General of the National Parks and Wildlife Service, discusses yesterday’s discovery of suspected badger baiting in county Limerick.
25/01/20243 minutes 58 seconds
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Ireland's fourth biodiversity plan being launched today

Malcolm Noonan, Minister of State for Nature and Heritage, discusses today’s launch of Ireland’s fourth biodiversity plan, the first backed by legislation.
25/01/20247 minutes 29 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
25/01/20243 minutes 15 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
25/01/20245 minutes 49 seconds
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Electoral Commission launches information campaign for upcoming referendums

Mary Regan reports on the Electoral Commission launching it's campaign for the upcoming family and care referendums.
25/01/20244 minutes 24 seconds
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'A disaster before it even started' - reaction to Toy Show The Musical report

Brian Stanley, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, and Penelope Kenny, Corporate Governance Consultant, gives their assessment of the reported findings of the Grant Thornton probe into RTÉ's Toy Show The Musical.
25/01/20249 minutes 30 seconds
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Russia says no survivors on board crashed military plane

Inna Sovson, Ukrainian MP, on the reported deaths of 74 people, after Russia accused Kyiv of downing a plane carrying Ukrainian prisioners-of-war in the Belgorod region.
25/01/20245 minutes 35 seconds
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ESRI research shows one-quarter of 17-year-olds engaged in regular caregiving for a family member

Marc O'Driscoll speaks to Conor Byrne, a 20-year-old carer in Wicklow Town, and Emer Smyth, ESRI, discusses the education impact which additional home caring duties have on young people in Ireland.
25/01/20244 minutes 28 seconds
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Intensified fighting leads to dozens being killed in Khan Younis

Waseem Mushtaha, a humanitarian programme manager with Oxfam in Gaza, speaks to Cian McCormack about the Israeli military focus on Khan Younis.
25/01/20246 minutes 23 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
24/01/20243 minutes 30 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petual Martyn.
24/01/20244 minutes 57 seconds
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Rise in people seeking support for alcohol dependency

Karen Creed reports on the significant increase in the number of people seeking support for alcohol dependency this January compared to last year.
24/01/20245 minutes 30 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
24/01/20246 minutes 35 seconds
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HSE says some emergency departments are experiencing high level of presentations

Damien McCallion, Chief Operations Officer with the HSE, discusses the high level of presentations at the country’s emergency departments this week.
24/01/20245 minutes 32 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
24/01/20244 minutes 26 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
24/01/20244 minutes 33 seconds
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Nikki Haley vows to fight on after second loss to Trump

Larry Donnelly, Law Lecturer at the University of Galway and political columnist with TheJournal.ie, analyses the results of the New Hampshire primary.
24/01/20244 minutes 4 seconds
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Banks facing penalties if they don't comply with Access to Cash Bill

Michael McGrath, Minister for Finance, on the potential penalties facing banks if they do not comply with the new Access to Cash Bill.
24/01/202414 minutes 59 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
24/01/20241 minute 53 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
24/01/20246 minutes
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Trump closes in on Biden rematch after New Hampshire win

Seán Whelan, Washington Correspondent, reports on the outcome of the New Hampshire 2024 primary.
24/01/20247 minutes 2 seconds
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628 recently arrived International Protection Applicants currently without State provided shelter

Lucky Khambule, co-founder of the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland, reacts to the latest figures showing there are now 628 International Protection Applicants currently without State-provided shelter.
24/01/20245 minutes 33 seconds
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Storm Jocelyn sweeps accross country overnight

Brian Tapley from ESB Networks and Margaret Attridge from Uisce Éireann give an update on the impact that Storm Jocelyn has had on the utilities.
24/01/20245 minutes 49 seconds
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Irish Independent publisher Mediahuis to cut 10% of staff

Peter Vandermeersch, Mediahuis Chief Executive, tells us why the company is planning to cut staff as it plans to expand its digital subscription base and end daily print sales by 2030.
24/01/20244 minutes 50 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
23/01/20243 minutes 24 seconds
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Growing pressure on Israeli Government over war in Gaza

As Israel's parliament is stormed the daughter of kidnapped peace activist Oded Lifschitz says a diplomatic solution is needed as war rages in Gaza.
23/01/20246 minutes 55 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
23/01/20244 minutes 22 seconds
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This year's Oscar nominations to be announced today

Helen O'Hara, Film Critic, outlines which Irish hopefuls have the best chance of an Oscar nomination at 2024 Academy Awards.
23/01/20243 minutes 1 second
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New review into efficiency and safety of medicinal cannabis finds number of benefits

Dr. Kathryn Lambe, report author, Health Research Board, discusses a new review looking at the efficacy and safety of medicinal cannabis for a wide range of health conditions.
23/01/20244 minutes 42 seconds
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Serious levels of respiratory illness in residents of Oliver Bond House in Dublin 8

Dr Noel McCarthy, Professor of Population Health Medicine at Trinity College Dublin, discusses the high level of respiratory illness at Oliver Bond House, a Dublin City flat complex.
23/01/20244 minutes 48 seconds
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Trump seeks to sew up nomination in New Hampshire showdown

Sean Whelan, Wahington Correspondent, previews the New Hampshire primary where a Trump win could put him on course for certain victory in the Republican nomination stakes.
23/01/20248 minutes 21 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
23/01/20245 minutes 56 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The P

Presented by John S. Doyle.
23/01/20244 minutes 9 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with medical cards, cash and referendums on the agenda

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, previews Tuesday's Cabinet meeting.
23/01/20245 minutes 3 seconds
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Family of Sophie Toscan du Plantier say they will 'continue to fight for for truth and justice'

Alain Spilliaert, lawyer acting for the family of Sophie Toscan du Plantier, reacts to the death of murder suspect, Ian Bailey.
23/01/20244 minutes 33 seconds
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AI Advisory Council established by Dept. of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Patricia Scanlon, Chair of the Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council discusses risks and benefits of AI for the society.
23/01/20245 minutes 39 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
23/01/20244 minutes 30 seconds
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Storm Jocelyn expected to hit Ireland today

Joanna Donnelly, Meteorologist with Met Éireann, Bryan Cannon, Director of Roads and Transportation with Donegal County Council, and Brian Tapley, ESB Networks, on Storm Jocelyn which is expected to hit Ireland later today.
23/01/20246 minutes 51 seconds
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Trocáire: Ireland is failing in obligation as a signatory of UN Convention on prevention of Genocide

Caoimhe de Barra, Trócaire CEO on why they believe government must come out stronger in support of the South Africa ICJ case against Israel.
23/01/20246 minutes 34 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
23/01/20247 minutes 6 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Joanna Donnelly of Met Éireann.
23/01/20242 minutes 21 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
22/01/20248 minutes 40 seconds
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Number of flights cancelled at Dublin Airport

Kevin Cullinane, Group Head of Communications at daa, gives an update on the situation at Cork and Dublin airport in the wake of Storm Isha.
22/01/20243 minutes 8 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
22/01/20245 minutes 48 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
22/01/20246 minutes 46 seconds
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Over 235,000 premesis without power following Storm Isha

Brian Tapley, ESB Networks has the latest on power outages across the country in the wake of Storm Isha.
22/01/20242 minutes 32 seconds
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Storm Isha wreaks havoc accross country

Joe Mag Raollaigh, Correspondent, reports on the overnight impact of Storm Isha across the country and Bryan Cannon, Director of Roads and Transportation with Donegal County Council discusses the impact in the north-west of the country.
22/01/20246 minutes 44 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
22/01/20243 minutes 29 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
22/01/20243 minutes 44 seconds
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Campaign to encourage people to recycle ewaste

Ossian Smyth, Minister of State with responsibility for Circular Economy, on encouraging people to recycle their e-waste and take part in the deposit return scheme.
22/01/20246 minutes 31 seconds
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'I will never forget him' - Solicitor on life and death of Ian Bailey

Frank Buttimer, Cork-based solicitor who represented Ian Bailey, reflects on the death of his client who was the chief suspect for the 1996 murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.
22/01/20249 minutes 11 seconds
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Murder suspect Ian Bailey dies in Cork, aged 66

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent with The Irish Independent, profiles Ian Bailey following the death of the chief suspect in the murder of French woman Sophie Toscan du Plantier.
22/01/20247 minutes 53 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
22/01/20244 minutes 23 seconds
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More than 25,000 people have now been killed in war in Gaza

Cian McCormack speaks to Léo Cans, head of Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders mission in Palestine.
22/01/20245 minutes 41 seconds
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Family of Sophie Tuscan du Plantier react to Bailey death, 27 years on from murder

Jean Pierre Gazeau, uncle of Sophie Tuscan du Plantier, reacts to the news of Ian Bailey's death.
22/01/20245 minutes 40 seconds
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Local authorities on ground for cleanup after storm

Owen O'Shea, Kerry County Council, Derek Pender, Galway County Council and Martina Hughes, Mayo County Council, on the aftermath of Storm Isha accross the country.
22/01/20247 minutes 42 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
22/01/20245 minutes 8 seconds
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7:10am It's In the Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
19/01/20243 minutes
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The Army bomb disposal team and Garda Technical Bureau were on the scene last night of the explosion in a Dublin homeless hostel

Samantha Libreri reports on the explosion in a Dublin homeless hostel yesterday in which a man died
19/01/20244 minutes 2 seconds
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Pakistan & Iran have both conducted strikes on each other's territories in an unprecedented escalation of hostilities between the neighbours

Saeed Shah, Pakistan Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal in Islamabad discusses lates exchange of strikes between Iran and Pakistan
19/01/20244 minutes 4 seconds
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People who received extra payments under the Covid support scheme and failed to pay them back could face a bill when receiving their pension

Paul McAuliffe, Fianna Fáil TD for Dublin North West and member of PAC
19/01/20245 minutes 21 seconds
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Doc on One called 'Runaway Joe' about a man who escaped justice in the U.S. living in Ireland for years, while being known to Gardaí

Pavel Barter, co-creator of the latest true crime series on Doc on One 'Runaway Joe'
19/01/20247 minutes 46 seconds
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8:35am Sport

Presented by Damien O'Meara
19/01/20247 minutes 43 seconds
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Protest turns to successful integration in Ballinamore

Kieran Dineen reports from Ballinamore in Co Leitrim, fours years after protests there ahead of the arrival of asylum seekers
19/01/20245 minutes 49 seconds
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There have been three arson attacks in the past month on properties due to accommodate asylum seekers or refugees.

RTÉ's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds
19/01/20247 minutes 13 seconds
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One of the proposals that emerged from the Roscrea protests was the idea of setting up a community hotel to address locals concerns

Mary Mullen, chair of the Sliabh Beagh board of directors in Knockatollon, Monaghan explains how Ireland's only community hotel works and what it adds to the town
19/01/20246 minutes 10 seconds
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Medical Bureau of Road Safety Ireland are testing a breathalyser that will put the brakes on vehicles if a drivers above the legal limit

Professor Denis Cusack, Director of the Medical Bureau of Road Safety
19/01/20243 minutes 48 seconds
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Weather conditions ease but remain very cold in North

Aodh Máirtin O'Fearraigh, Radio na Gaeltachta, Doirí Beaga discusses weather conditions in the area.
19/01/20243 minutes 17 seconds
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February 1st is D-Day for the new Deposit Return Scheme. a new Government initiative to encourage people to recycle more plastic bottles

Vincent Jennings, Chief Executive of the Convenience Stores and Newsagents
19/01/20244 minutes 13 seconds
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7:35am Sport

Presented by Damien O'Meara
19/01/20245 minutes 3 seconds
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7:55am Weather

Presented by Aoife Kealy
19/01/20241 minute 49 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Vivienne Traynor
19/01/20245 minutes 11 seconds
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8:10am It's In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
19/01/20243 minutes 45 seconds
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Trade union leaders are warning there will be more strikes in the weeks ahead unless the money is released to settle their pay demands

Journalist Amanda Ferguson discusses what next in Northern politics following the major public workers strike
19/01/20246 minutes 12 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn
19/01/20244 minutes 23 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge
18/01/20245 minutes 2 seconds
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A suspected arson attack at a former convent on Tuesday night has forced removed it from contention to house Ukrainian refugees

Colm Murray, Cathaoirleach of Longford County Council discusses an attempted arson attack on a building in Lanesborough which had been earmarked for Ukrainian refugees
18/01/20246 minutes 37 seconds
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Strike Update with Laura Hogan

Laura Hogan, RTÉ Correspondent, reports from Belfast on today’s public sector strike in Northern Ireland
18/01/20241 minute 58 seconds
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North West Weather Forecast

Aodh Máirtin O'Fearraigh, Radio na Gaeltachta, Doirí Beaga discusses weather conditions in the area.
18/01/20243 minutes 42 seconds
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is in the Alpine resort of Davos today for the annual World Economic Forum

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor takes a look at the events of the third day at annual World Economic Forum in Davos with Taoiseach attending the summit
18/01/20246 minutes 21 seconds
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Owen Reidy General Secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, on the public sector strikes in Northern Ireland

Owen Reidy, General Secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, on today's industrial action by around 170,000 public servants in Northern Ireland over pay.
18/01/20246 minutes 30 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn
18/01/20244 minutes 5 seconds
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8:10am It's In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
18/01/20243 minutes 47 seconds
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7:55am Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of MET Éireann
18/01/20242 minutes 18 seconds
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7:30am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge
18/01/20243 minutes 51 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings
18/01/20246 minutes 16 seconds
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In the past five years, there have been 80 fatalities as a result on farm work in Ireland. Michael Healy Rae & Mark Cullen

Assistant Chief Executive of the Health and Safety Authority Mark Cullen on the risks to farmers as calving season begins while Kerry TD Michael Healy Rae tells of his lucky escape after he got between a cow and a calf
18/01/20247 minutes 52 seconds
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7:10am It's In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
18/01/20243 minutes 17 seconds
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EU parliament were unable to agree on a legal definition for rape: the crime is now not part of the EU directive for violence against women

Fine Gael MEP for Dublin, Frances Fitzgerald, on the EU directive to combat violence against women
18/01/20246 minutes 7 seconds
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170k public sector workers in Northern Ireland will strike today over pay

Laura Hogan, RTÉ Correspondent, reports from Belfast on today’s public sector strike in Northern Ireland
18/01/20245 minutes
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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak ended up with a majority for his controversial legislation to send asylum seekers to Rwanda

John Rentoul, political commentator with the London Independent, on British Prime Minister surviving a rebellion within his own party last night over the controversial Rwanda Bill on migration.
18/01/20245 minutes 50 seconds
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Simon Community Report has found that in December there were only 33 properties open to renters accessing the Housing Assistance Payment

Wayne Stanley, Executive Director At The Simon Communities Of Ireland
18/01/20244 minutes 54 seconds
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'Many people who come to Ireland have nothing to go back home to' - North Tipperary Development Company

Michael Murray, Chief Executive of North Tipperary Development Company discusses their outreach programme for refugees and asylum seekers in Roscrea.
17/01/20245 minutes 35 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
17/01/20242 minutes 14 seconds
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Sunak faces crunch vote on Rwanda migration plan

Jon Tonge, Professor of British & Irish politics, University of Liverpool, on British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak facing a crunch vote on his troubled Rwanda Bill.
17/01/20244 minutes 52 seconds
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Govt. approves terms of reference for Tribunal of Inquiry into Defence Forces

Diane Byrne, Retired Army Captain and Spokesperson for the Women of Honour Group, reacts to the terms of reference for the Defence Forces Tribunal of Inquiry.
17/01/20245 minutes 26 seconds
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Bord Gáis: 'Some customers will save almost €1,000 annually'

Dave Kirwan, Managing Director of Bord Gáis Energy speaks to Will Goodbody, Business Editor, about the news they are cutting their prices for residential customers.
17/01/20243 minutes 23 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
17/01/20243 minutes 33 seconds
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Govt. agrees in principle to examine funding for a community hotel in Roscrea

Jackie Cahill, Tipperary TD, on the asylum seeker protests in Roscrea and the agreement in principle for a new 'community hotel' in the town.
17/01/20247 minutes 47 seconds
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Bord Gáis Energy announces further price reductions for 600,000 residential customers

Daragh Cassidy, Head of Communications with Bonkers.ie, outlines what today’s announcement by Bord Gáis Energy to reduce its prices means for householders.
17/01/20245 minutes 57 seconds
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Northern Ireland Assembly to be recalled once again at Stormont later today

Alex Kane, political commentator and former director of communications for the Ulster Unionist Party, analyses this latest attempt to get the Norhtern Ireland Executive back up and running ahead of expected strike action on Thursday.
17/01/20244 minutes 49 seconds
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UN issues fresh warning that humanitarian aid urgently needs to get into Gaza

Abeer Etefa, Senior Spokeswoman for the UN World Food Programme, gives an update on the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
17/01/20245 minutes 26 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
17/01/20243 minutes 14 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
17/01/20245 minutes 58 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
17/01/20244 minutes 21 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
17/01/20243 minutes 49 seconds
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang arrives in Ireland

Sandra Hurley, Political Reporter, discusses the Chinese Prime Minister Li Qiang's State visit to Ireland.
17/01/20243 minutes 22 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
17/01/20246 minutes 18 seconds
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EU directive to ban use of misleading environmental claims on products being voted on today

Ciarán Cuffe, Green party MEP, discusses today’s European Parliament vote which seeks to ban greenwashing.
17/01/20245 minutes 19 seconds
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Political and business leaders to continue talks at World Economic Forum in Davos today

Tony Connolly, Europe Editor discusses the main events of the second day at annual World Economic Forum in Davos with Taoiseach heading for the summit.
17/01/20245 minutes 49 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with tribunal looking into the Defence Forces on the agenda

Míchéal Lehane, Political Correspondent, looks ahead to the Cabinet meeting this morning and the upcoming visit of the Chinese premier Li Qiang.
16/01/20245 minutes 13 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
16/01/20246 minutes 3 seconds
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Protests continue overnight outside Roscrea hotel in Tipperary

Cian McCormack reports from Roscrea, Co. Tipperary amid protests outside a local hotel where asylum seekers are now staying.
16/01/20249 minutes 22 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
16/01/20245 minutes 30 seconds
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World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos under the theme 'Rebuilding Trust'

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, sets the scene ahead of the annual World Economic Forum in Davos with the conflicts in Gaza and Ukraine set to dominate the agenda.
16/01/20243 minutes 27 seconds
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Majority of homeless deaths in Ireland are men under 45

Dr Suzi Lyons, senior resercher at the Health Research Board discusses homeless deaths in 2020.
16/01/20244 minutes 7 seconds
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Republican voters in US brave sub-zero temperatures for Iowa caucuses

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, has the latest as voters in Iowa brave historically low temperatures to pick their Republican presidential nominee.
16/01/20249 minutes 43 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
16/01/20243 minutes 35 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
16/01/20246 minutes 49 seconds
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Minister for Integration says he has no plans to visit Roscrea

Cian McCormack speaks to protesters in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary about why they are objecting to Racket Hall being used to house asylum seekers and Roderic O'Gorman, Minister for Integration, outlines the latest Government plans for housing asylum seekers.
16/01/202418 minutes 18 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Liz Walshe of Met Éireann.
16/01/20242 minutes 6 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
16/01/20243 minutes 16 seconds
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Digital exhibition showcasing the Book of Kells opens at Trinity College

Kate Varley reports on a new digital exhibition showcasing the Book of Kells at Trinity College, Dublin.
16/01/20246 minutes 41 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
16/01/20243 minutes 44 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock of Met Éireann.
15/01/20242 minutes 10 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
15/01/20246 minutes 14 seconds
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Electric Ireland reducing electricity prices by 8% and gas prices by 7%

Brian Finn, Business Journalist, reports on the latest price reduction by Electric Ireland.
15/01/20243 minutes 20 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
15/01/20243 minutes 47 seconds
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New garda recruitment drive raises age limit to 50

Liam Geraghty, Garda Press Office Superintendent, discusses the first Garda recruitment competition with an increased age limit.
15/01/20247 minutes 9 seconds
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Two more people die on Irish roads over weekend

Marc O’Driscoll takes a look at what can be done to make our roads safer as two more people lose their lives over the weekend bringing the total so far this year to 10.
15/01/20246 minutes 5 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
15/01/20247 minutes 45 seconds
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US Presidential race officially gets underway today with Iowa caucuses

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, reports from Iowa on the day of the Caucus as the US 2024 presidential race officially gets underway.
15/01/20247 minutes 2 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
15/01/20243 minutes 37 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
15/01/20243 minutes 24 seconds
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Oxfam publishes annual wealth inequality report as World Economic Forum gets underway

Bríd McGrath, Director of Public Affairs at Oxfam Ireland, discusses its 11th global wealth inequality report as business elites gather in Davos.
15/01/20244 minutes 19 seconds
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Girl with disabilities kept in dark room off ED for nearly 60 days - report

Maria Corbett, Chief Executive, Child Law Project, outlines its latest reports highlighting issues facing children in the courts and Niall Muldoon, Children’s Ombudsman, gives his reaction to the latest reports.
15/01/202412 minutes 44 seconds
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Hamas release video showing three Israeli hostages

Tom Bennett, Jerusalem-based reporter, has the latest on the Israel-Hamas conflict after over 100 days of war.
15/01/20244 minutes 42 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
15/01/20246 minutes 23 seconds
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Are other energy suppliers likely to follow suit with their prices?

Charlie Weston, Irish Independent Personal Finance Editor, on the latest price cut for residential electricity announced by Electric Ireland.
15/01/20242 minutes 55 seconds
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Volcano erupts just north of the Icelandic fishing village

Tryggvi Adalbjornsson, reporter with RUV Iceland, has the latest on the volcano that erupted in the fishing village of Grindavik.
15/01/20242 minutes
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Bonar Law Collection purchased by National Library of Ireland

Audrey Whitty, Director of the National Library of Ireland, tells us about the acquisition of the Bonar Law Collection, made up of 19,000 maps and prints of Ireland going back to the 16th century.
15/01/20244 minutes 19 seconds
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EPA warns of poor or very poor air quality in several Irish towns

Dr. Ina Kelly, a Consultant in Public Health Medicine based in the HSE's National Health Protection Office, warns of the poor air quality in towns that can be harmful.
12/01/20245 minutes 48 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Damien O'Meara.
12/01/20245 minutes 59 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Brandon Creagh of Met Éireann.
12/01/20241 minute 31 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Damien O'Meara.
12/01/20249 minutes 6 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
12/01/20243 minutes 49 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Susan Jackson.
12/01/20246 minutes 13 seconds
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Meeting held in Roscrea over hotel being used to accommodate people seeking asylum

Noel Coonan, local Fine Gael Councillor, on a meeting held in Roscrea last night following confirmation to local representatives that the Racket Hall hotel is to be used to accommodate people seeking asylum.
12/01/20246 minutes 23 seconds
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First Republican caucuses to take place in Iowa on Monday

Larry Donnelly, Law Lecturer at University of Galway and columnist with the journal.ie, discusses the US elections.
12/01/20245 minutes 11 seconds
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NDP needs to expand but inflation limits options - ESRI

Professor Alan Barrett, director of the Economic and Social Research Institute, tells us why labour shortages pose a challenge to the need to ramp up investment under the National Development Plan.
12/01/20247 minutes 36 seconds
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Israel to defend itself before United Nation’s top court today against charges of genocide

Professor Robbie Sabel, international law expert at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, discusses Israel's defense of accusations of genocide made by South Africa in the International Court of Justice.
12/01/20244 minutes 58 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
12/01/20243 minutes 4 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
12/01/20243 minutes 35 seconds
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Additional measures to protect 20 species of seabirds announced

Malcolm Noonan, Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage and Jack O' Donovan Trá, Communications Officer Fair Seas, discuss the designation of a new Special Protection Area for seabirds off the coast of Wexford.
12/01/20247 minutes 8 seconds
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What are conditions like for people who find themselves sleeping rough?

Cian McCormack visits the streets of Dublin City and its outskirts with the homeless support groups Street Link Homeless Support and Help Our Homeless.
12/01/20246 minutes 32 seconds
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UNICEF: Conditions in Gaza are 'mind-boggling'

Tess Ingram, UNICEF Spokesperson, discusses the latest challenges for those trying to provide humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people in Gaza.
12/01/20245 minutes 46 seconds
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Britain and US launch airstrikes against Houthi military targets in Yemen

Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic Editor at The Independent, reports on the overnight strikes launched by the US and UK against Houthis in Yemen.
12/01/20245 minutes 40 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
11/01/20241 minute 46 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
11/01/20242 minutes 59 seconds
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An Post to raise price of domestic stamp by 5c to €1.40

Anna McHugh, Head of Corporate Communications at An Post explains why the price of a domestic stamp has increased again.
11/01/20243 minutes
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International Court of Justice to begin hearing case accusing Israel of genocide in Gaza

Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor for Channel 4 News, reports from The Hague where South Africa is bringing a genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice.
11/01/20246 minutes 34 seconds
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Unions say public sector pay offer 'extremely disappointing'

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, has the latest from the late-night pay talks involving public sector unions.
11/01/20245 minutes 42 seconds
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Govt. says it is doing all it can to accommodate asylum seekers, no matter who they are

Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice, discusses the issues of migration, safety on our streets and the announcement of funding for organisations supporting victims of crime.
11/01/202416 minutes 21 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
11/01/20243 minutes 45 seconds
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White House hopefuls fail to hit Trump in Iowa debate

Eric Ham, Political Analyst with CTV News in the US, has the latest on the race to be the next Republican nominee for US President.
11/01/20245 minutes 9 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
11/01/20246 minutes 12 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
11/01/20243 minutes 38 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
11/01/20245 minutes 12 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
11/01/20244 minutes 3 seconds
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What efforts are being made to conserve endangered species?

Moira Hannon reports on the conservation of endangered species taking place here.
11/01/20245 minutes 14 seconds
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US and British naval forces shoot down 21 drones and missiles fired by Yemen-based Houthis

Iona Craig, freelance journalist who specialises in Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula reports on US and UK warships repelling Houthi rockets, drones and cruise missiles launched at western warships in the Red Sea.
11/01/20247 minutes
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Families seeking asylum rather than men to be housed at property in Carlow following protest

Jennifer Murnane O’Connor, Fianna Fáil TD for Carlow-Kilkenny discusses confirmation from the Department of Integration that families seeking asylum rather than men are to be housed at a property in Carlow town.
11/01/20246 minutes 48 seconds
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Why has South Africa taken this case against Israel?

Zane Dangor, member of the South African delegation travelling to the Hague, on his country's case against Israel at the International Court of Justice.
11/01/20246 minutes 46 seconds
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14 people found in refrigerated trailer at Rosslare Europort

Ger Carthy, Local Rosslare councillor and Operations Resource Manager with the National Ambulance Service, responds to the discovery of 14 people inside a refrigerated trailer at Rosslare Europort in Co Wexford.
10/01/20248 minutes 11 seconds
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BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition gets underway today

Eithne Dodd reports from the RDS where the 60th BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition gets underway today.
10/01/20246 minutes 9 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
10/01/20245 minutes 39 seconds
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Meta platforms set to hid more content from teenagers

Alex Cooney, Chief Executive of the charity CyberSafeKids, discusses the move by Meta to hide more content from teens on Instagram and Facebook.
10/01/20245 minutes 16 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
10/01/20243 minutes 48 seconds
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Min. for Transport 'Everything must be done to try and prevent people smuggling'

Eamon Ryan, Minister for Environment, Climate, Transport & Communications reacts to the discovery of 14 people in a refrigerated container in Rosslare and the new climate change report as Ireland's first National Cycle Network is launched.
10/01/202412 minutes 32 seconds
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Emergency Departments across country under pressure as flu season approaches peak

Dr. Gerry McCarthy, HSE National Clinical Programme for Emergency Medicine, discusses extra pressure on hospital systems due to icy weather.
10/01/20245 minutes 37 seconds
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Warning that some small businesses will struggle to repay tax debt warehoused during pandemic

Neil McDonnell, CEO of ISME, explains why some small businesses will struggle to repay tax debt warehoused during pandemic.
10/01/20244 minutes 31 seconds
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Rosslare reaction: 'The whole haulage industry is so relieved there were no fatalities'

Eugene Drennan, spokesperson and former President of the Irish Road Haulage Association, on the discovery of 14 people inside a refrigerated trailer at Rosslare Europort in Co Wexford.
10/01/20246 minutes 44 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
10/01/20246 minutes 25 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
10/01/20243 minutes 7 seconds
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Man who was sleeping rough found dead on Dublin street

Dr. Austin O'Carroll, Medical Director of the Granby Clinic which provides GP services to homeless people in Dublin, and author of a report on homeless mortalities, responds to the death of a rough sleeper in Dublin yesterday.
10/01/20245 minutes 35 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
10/01/20244 minutes 16 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
10/01/20241 minute 47 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
10/01/20244 minutes 39 seconds
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Over 23,000 Palestinians have now been killed in Gaza according to Hamas-run Health Ministry

Dr. Ahmed Al-Mandhari, Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean Region at WHO, on the devastating impact of delays to aid deliveries into war-torn Gaza.
10/01/20246 minutes 10 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
09/01/20243 minutes
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Probe into whether 737 Max panel was properly bolted

Eoghan Corry, Editor of Air and Travel Magazine, has the latest on the investigation into the safety features of the Boeing 737 Max 9 planes, following a serious incident last week.
09/01/20244 minutes 36 seconds
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Poland using collective shelters to house Ukrainian refugees

Liam Nolan, RTÉ Eastern Europe reporter, on the number of Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
09/01/20244 minutes 3 seconds
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Nursing homes increasingly reliant on profit-driven operators - ESRI

Dr Brendan Walsh, Senior Research Officer at the ESRI, on the findings of a new report on the future of the nursing home sector in Ireland.
09/01/20247 minutes 5 seconds
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Should more be done to help asylum seekers integrate into communities?

Professor Jenny Phillimore, University of Birmingham, is an expert on migration and outlines how asylum seekers can integrate into local communities.
09/01/20248 minutes 2 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
09/01/20243 minutes 51 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
09/01/20244 minutes 16 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with welfare payments on agenda

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses what is coming up at cabinet today.
09/01/20245 minutes 29 seconds
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Man dies following weekend assault in Dublin

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on the death of a man following a weekend assault in Dublin.
09/01/20242 minutes 48 seconds
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Tourism Ireland launches marketing strategy aimed at promoting island of Ireland overseas

Alice Mansergh, CEO of Tourism Ireland, discusses plans to grow revenues from overseas visitors in 2024.
09/01/20246 minutes 14 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Mark Bowe of Met Éireann.
09/01/20241 minute 8 seconds
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At least 70 Palestinian reporters have been killed while covering war in Gaza

Fiona O'Brien, Reporters Without Borders UK Bureau Director discussess journalist casualties in the Israel-Gaza war.
09/01/20246 minutes 16 seconds
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Antony Blinken arrives in Tel Aviv as diplomatic efforts continue to prevent wider conflict in Middle East

Hugo Bachega, BBC Middle East Correspondent, has the latest on diplomatic efforts to prevent a wider conflict in the region, as tensions grown between Israel and Lebanese militant group, Hezbollah.
09/01/20245 minutes 45 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
09/01/20246 minutes 35 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
09/01/20247 minutes 58 seconds
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Lane in Dublin being closed because of anti-social behaviour and drug use

Janet Horner, Green Party Councillor and Janice Boylan, Sinn Féin Councillor, discuss the decision by City Councillors to close Harbour Court, a lane that runs between Marlborough Street and Eden Quay.
09/01/20248 minutes 38 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
09/01/20245 minutes 13 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
08/01/20242 minutes
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Should you be allowed to use your phone for personal use while at work?

Eoin Whelan, Professor at University of Galway's JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics, on research into people's use of smartphones while at work.
08/01/20244 minutes 2 seconds
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Element Pictures' Poor Things wins two Golden Globes

Ed Guiney of Element Pictures reacts to last night's Golden Globe award