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Morning Ireland

English, Foreign/International, 1 seasons, 2987 episodes, 4 days 7 hours 43 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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UNICEF: 'There is intense bombardment everywhere'

James Elder, UNICEF Global Spokesperson outlines the challenges posed by the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
01/12/20238 minutes 3 seconds
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Min. for Justice plans to meet with social media platform X over online disinformation

Johannes Bahrke, European Commission spokesperson on the digital economy explains how the Commission is aiding Ireland's efforts to tackle social media platforms spread of disinformation.
01/12/20236 minutes 23 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
01/12/20234 minutes 15 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
01/12/20234 minutes
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Israel resumes bombardment of Gaza as truce expires

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent at Reuters based in Jerusalem, has the latest from the region as Hamas releases more hostages and efforts to extend the temporary ceasefire continue.
01/12/20237 minutes 15 seconds
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Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan dies at 65

A listen back to Shane MacGowan's interview with Ray D'Arcy's mother Mary in 2001 following his death yesterday at the age of 65.
01/12/20232 minutes 14 seconds
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Eirgrid agrees pylon deals but many landowners defiant

Laura Hogan, North-East Correspondent, reports on a public meeting held in Kells, Co. Meath last night on the North-South Interconnector.
01/12/20234 minutes 36 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Damien O'Meara.
01/12/20237 minutes 46 seconds
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Remembering Shane MacGowan: One of Ireland's greatest ever singer-songwriters

Richard Balls, author of A Furious Devotion the authorised story of Shane MacGowan, and Philly Ryan of Phil Ryan's Pub in Tipperary discuss the life and times of the legendary singer-songwriter who died at the age of 65 yesterday.
01/12/20239 minutes 59 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Brandon Creagh of Met Éireann.
01/12/20231 minute 36 seconds
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UN Chief Antonia Guterres warns leaders at COP28 that they must get the planet out of 'deep trouble'

Dr. John Kennedy, Scientific Coordinator of the World Meteorological Organisation State of the Global Climate 2023 study, discusses the findings of their latest report.
01/12/20236 minutes 7 seconds
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RTÉ announces €10m cost cuts for 2024

Emma O'Kelly, Chair of the Dublin broadcasting branch of the NUJ outlines the impact of the RTÉ cuts on the wider production industry in Ireland.
01/12/20234 minutes 48 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
01/12/20233 minutes 36 seconds
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Ireland’s first ever satellite EIRSAT-1 being launched from California today

Eleanor Burnhill reports on Ireland's first-ever satellite being launched into space by rocket this evening.
01/12/20234 minutes 9 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Damien O'Meara.
01/12/20235 minutes 47 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Susan Jackson.
01/12/20235 minutes 48 seconds
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Road users urged to be cautious as temperatures drop

Conor Faughnan, CEO of the Royal Irish Automobile Club, on dangerous conditions on the roads due to low temperatures.
30/11/20235 minutes 22 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S.Doyle.
30/11/20233 minutes 23 seconds
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Former US diplomat Henry Kissinger dies at 100

Julia Manchester, Washington-based political reporter, discusses the life and legacy of controversial former US diplomat Henry Kissinger who has died at the age of 100.
30/11/20237 minutes 48 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
30/11/20232 minutes 22 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
30/11/20233 minutes 58 seconds
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State Examinations Commission evaluating impact of timing of Leaving Cert oral exams

Carl O’Brien, Education Editor with The Irish Times, discusses plans by the State Examinations Commission to evaluate the timing of the Leaving Certificate oral examinations.
30/11/20233 minutes 42 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
30/11/20236 minutes 11 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Damien O'Meara.
30/11/20233 minutes 21 seconds
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Two people killed in a fatal shooting in Jerusalem this morning

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent at Reuters based in Jerusalem has the details of a fatal shooting in the city this morning.
30/11/20233 minutes 46 seconds
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Group of residents raise concerns over proposed arrival of refugees to Dromahair, Co. Leitrim

Fiona McPadden, Spokesperson for Dromahair Concerned Citizens, discusses the reaction to plans to house up to 155 International Protection Applicants in the Leitrim village.
30/11/20237 minutes 8 seconds
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ChatGPT is one year old today, what impact has it had in the last 12 months?

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, looks at the concerns raised about the potential impact of ChatGPT one year on from the launch of the AI tool.
30/11/20234 minutes 18 seconds
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Israel and Hamas extend truce for one more day

Fran McNulty, Correspondent, has the latest from Israel as 16 more hostages were released from Gaza and truce talks continue.
30/11/20234 minutes 51 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Damien O'Meara.
30/11/20236 minutes 29 seconds
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COP28 gets underway in Dubai today

George Lee, Rnvironment correspondent reports from Dubai on what we can expect from the global climate summit as COP28 gets underway
30/11/20234 minutes
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Garda Representative Association calls for more public order training for all members

Ronan Slevin, General Secretary of the Garda Representative Association, discusses what Commissioner Drew Harris said at the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice and the range of new measures to support Gardaí in policing serious public order incidents.
30/11/20238 minutes 14 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
30/11/20233 minutes 30 seconds
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Political fallout from last week's unrest in Dublin continues with heated exanges in the Dáil

Gabija Gataveckaite, political reporter, Irish Independent, discusses the ongoing political fallout from last week’s riot in Dublin.
30/11/20235 minutes 50 seconds
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Pope Francis cancels trip to COP28 due to ill-health

Elise Ann Allen, Senior Correspondent with Crux, on Pope Francis being forced to cancel his trip to Dubai to attend COP28.
30/11/20235 minutes 10 seconds
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PM in Australia aplogises to all citizens impacted by by the Thalidomide Tragedy

Finola Cassidy, Spokesperson for the Irish Thalidomide Association, reacts to the Prime Minister of Australia delivering a National Apology to all Australians impacted by the Thalidomide Tragedy.
29/11/20233 minutes 34 seconds
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Garda Commissioner to appear before Oireachtas Committee on Justice today

Liam Herrick, Executive Director of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, discusses the claims that the Garda Ombudsman may have a role in hindering the force’s ability to effectively police public order incidents.
29/11/20235 minutes 9 seconds
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Cop28 to get underway in Dubai tomorrow

Hannah Daly, Professor in Sustainable Energy at University College Cork, looks at where Ireland stands on emissions and fossil fuels ahead of Cop28 beginning in Dubai tomorrow.
29/11/20234 minutes 38 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
29/11/20234 minutes 6 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
29/11/20233 minutes 19 seconds
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New research shows significant increase in immigration to Ireland

Keire Murphy, Policy Officer, ESRI, on new research showing a significant increase in immigration in the 12 months up to April this year.
29/11/20234 minutes
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
29/11/20232 minutes 4 seconds
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Govt. Chief Whip says now is not the time for political football and support must be given to gardaí

Hildegarde Naughton, Government Chief Whip and Minister of State, responds to calls by Sinn Féin for Justice Minister Helen McEntee to resign in the aftermath of last week’s riots in Dublin.
29/11/20239 minutes 54 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
29/11/20236 minutes 10 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
29/11/20236 minutes 49 seconds
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Cabinet warned there may be no more space for for asylum seekers and refugees here by end of week

Nick Henderson, Chief Executive of the Irish Refuge Council, warns of the potential danger for asylum seekers if the State cannot provide accommodation services for them.
29/11/20237 minutes 8 seconds
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Sinn Féin calls for Justice Minister Helen McEntee to resign

Pearse Doherty, Sinn Féin’s Finance Spokesperson, addresses claims his party is "playing politics" with last Thursday’s riots in Dublin.
29/11/20234 minutes 30 seconds
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Emily Hand refuses to speak above whisper, father says

Cian McCormack speaks to the mayor of Kibbutz Amit Solvy about the release of Emily Hand following her kidnapping from the town on 7th October.
29/11/202310 minutes 9 seconds
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Israel and Hamas expected to release more people

Fran McNulty, Correspondent in Israel, discusses the latest on truce between Israel and Hamas.
29/11/20236 minutes 59 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
29/11/20233 minutes 55 seconds
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Donegal pupils star in Ed Sheeran video

Edel Temple, teacher at Finn Valley College in Donegal reacts to the news that Ed Sheeran has chosen a video made by their school for his new song, Magical.
29/11/20233 minutes 5 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
29/11/20233 minutes 50 seconds
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Ireland generated 17.6 millions tonnes of waste in 2021, EU targets 55% recycling by 2025

Warren Phelan, Manager of the Circular Economy Programme with the Environmental Protection Agency identifies the key areas that undermines Ireland's recycling targets.
28/11/20234 minutes 58 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
28/11/20235 minutes 46 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
28/11/20233 minutes
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Retail workers in Dublin City trapped for hours last week during unrest

Kieran Dineen reports on how shopkeepers in Dublin City are feeling following the unrest in the area last week.
28/11/20234 minutes 7 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
28/11/20236 minutes
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Is a further extension of the ceasefire in the Middle East likely?

Shashank Joshi, Defence Editor with The Economist, on the potential next steps in the Israel/Hamas conflict.
28/11/20236 minutes 4 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with last week's unrest in Dublin City top of the agenda

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent looks ahead to this morning's Cabinet discussion.
28/11/20234 minutes 42 seconds
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Deal reached to extend Israel-Hamas truce

Fran McNulty, Correspondent, has the latest from Israel, as the negotiated truce between Hamas and Israel is extended by two further days.
28/11/20236 minutes 54 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
28/11/20236 minutes 4 seconds
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Report shows people aging with intellectual disabilities in Ireland today are in better health with more control of their lives

Mary McCarron, professor of ageing and intielectual disabilities at Trinity College discusses the report on aging for people with intelectual disabilities.
28/11/20234 minutes 29 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Rebecca Cantwell of Met Éireann.
28/11/20232 minutes 4 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
28/11/20233 minutes 52 seconds
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Call for shop workers to be seen as essential workers with assaults against them to warrant extra penalty

Vincent Jennings, Chief Executive of the Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association, calls for better protections for his members in the wake of last week’s rioting in Dublin.
28/11/20235 minutes 5 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
28/11/20232 minutes 47 seconds
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Garda Commissioner Drew Harris tells Dublin City Joint Policing Committee they were not caught out by riots

Tara Deacy, Social Democrats Councillor and Chairperson of the Dublin City Joint Policing Committee, recaps yesterday’s meeting of the committee that saw senior members of An Garda Síochána quizzed on their plans to keep violence and disruption in the capital at bay.
28/11/20236 minutes 19 seconds
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Fine Gael TD Fergus O'Down announces he will not run at next election

Fergus O’Dowd, Fine Gael TD for Louth and former Minister of State, discusses his intention to step down at the next general election after more than five decades in politics.
28/11/20236 minutes 2 seconds
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Woodpeckers blamed for power outages as crews repair damaged electricity infrastructure

Niall Hatch, Head of Communications & Development with Bird watch Ireland, on the growing problem woodpeckers are posing for the State’s electricity network.
28/11/20234 minutes 3 seconds
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Diplomatic row breaks out between UK and Greece over Elgin Marbles

Dr. Sarah Doherty, archaeologist and Ceramicist at Oxford University, discusses the background to the diplomatic row between the UK and Greece over the Elgin Marbles.
28/11/20236 minutes 8 seconds
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Labour: 'There are a number of issues with An Garda Síochána, Dublin City is being run on overtime'

Aodhan O Riordan, TD and Labour's Justice Spokesperson, discusses the issues last Thursday's riots throw up.
27/11/20235 minutes 57 seconds
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'A lot will need to change following events last week' Min. Simon Harris on Dublin riots

Simon Harris, Minister for Higher Education, on the aftermath of the riots in Dublin and the impact of a deteriorating political situation with Israel.
27/11/202313 minutes 5 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
27/11/20232 minutes 2 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
27/11/20236 minutes 20 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
27/11/20236 minutes 14 seconds
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Talks on a new public sector pay deal begin today

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, discusses the beginning of Public Sector Pay Talks.
27/11/20233 minutes 51 seconds
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Garda Commissioner and Minister for Justice to be invited before Oireachtas Justice Committee

James Lawless, Oireachtas Justice Committee Chairman, discusses why they need to hear from the Garda Commissioner and the Minister for Justice on the roits in Dublin last Thursday.
27/11/20238 minutes 16 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
27/11/20233 minutes 44 seconds
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Irish ambassador to Israel summoned for 'reprimand'

Fran McNulty, Correspondent in Israel, has the latest on the diplomatic row between Ireland and Israel, following comments made by Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.
27/11/20235 minutes 4 seconds
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Inside Gaza: Hopes ceasefire will be extended

Cian McCormack speaks to Fidaa Al-Araj who works with Oxfam in Gaza.
27/11/20236 minutes 8 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
27/11/20233 minutes 3 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
27/11/20234 minutes 1 second
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
27/11/20237 minutes 26 seconds
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Irish writer Paul Lynch wins the 2023 Booker Prize

Author Belinda McKeon reacts to Paul Lynch's Booker prize win.
27/11/20237 minutes 25 seconds
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Yuno cuts electricity price for customers who fix price

Joe Mag Raoilaigh, Consumer Affairs Correspondent, on Yuno Energy cutting electricity prices for customers who agree to a fixed rate.
27/11/20232 minutes 54 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn who speaks to Neil McDonnell of ISME about how yesterday's unrest in Dublin City will affect business today and in the upcoming busy Christmas shopping season.
24/11/20233 minutes 43 seconds
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Min. for Education praises 'the incredible selflessness' of the school staff following incident

Norma Foley, Education Minister, discusses the attack which took place outside Gaelscoil Coláiste Mhuire in Dublin on Thursday and the subsequent riots in the city centre.
24/11/20235 minutes 42 seconds
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Gardaí targeted and their cars set alight during night of chaos in capital

Cian McCormack reports live from Dublin city centre after last nights riots in the capital.
24/11/20238 minutes 26 seconds
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GRA: 'Riots bring into focus how standards of training and equipment have been allowed to fall'

Brendan O'Connor, President of the Garda Representative Association, discusses the violent unrest in Dublin after stabbing attack.
24/11/20234 minutes 23 seconds
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Four day ceasefire in Israel-Hamas War has begun

Fran McNulty reports from Tel Aviv on the latest in the ceasefire and release of hostages.
24/11/20233 minutes 52 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
24/11/20233 minutes 1 second
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Mark Bowe of Met Éireann.
24/11/20238 minutes 6 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
24/11/20233 minutes 25 seconds
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Three children and their carer stabbed yesterday afternoon in Parnell Square in Dublin City

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, on the stabbings in Dublin City of three children and the following unrest.
24/11/20236 minutes 55 seconds
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Min. for Justice: 'This is not something we have seen before, it will not be tolerated and allowed to disrupt lives'

Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice, discusses the stabbings in Parnell Square as well as the unrest that broke out in Dublin City.
24/11/202310 minutes 30 seconds
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Does policing in Ireland need a radical change?

Daithi De Roiste, Lord Mayor of Dublin and Michael O’Sullivan, former Assistant Garda Commissioner, discuss the riots in Dublin city centre on Thursday night.
24/11/20235 minutes 3 seconds
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Garda Commissioner says 34 people have been arrested and a number of these will appear in court this morning

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on what Garda Commissioner Drew Harris said in his media briefing this morning.
24/11/20237 minutes 48 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
24/11/20232 minutes 49 seconds
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Patrick Kielty gears up to present first ever Late Late Toy Show

Kate Varley gets a look behind the scenes of The Late Late Toy Show set as Patrick Kielty prepares to present the show for the very first time.
24/11/20235 minutes 17 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
23/11/20235 minutes 29 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock of Met Éireann.
23/11/20232 minutes 4 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
23/11/20235 minutes 10 seconds
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'Dream come true' for Paul Murray at Irish Book Awards

Paul Murray speaks to Laura Fletcher after 'The Bee Sting' was named Novel of the Year at the An Post Irish Book Awards last night.
23/11/20231 minute 47 seconds
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Exit-poll suggests victory for far-right, anti-Islam pary in Dutch election

Susannah Palk, freelance journalist in The Haque, discusses the general election in The Netherlands.
23/11/20236 minutes 4 seconds
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Govt. set to scrap Triple Lock for Defence Forces' missions overseas

Matt Carthy, Sinn Féin Foreign Affairs Spokesperson, responds to plans by the Government to remove the Triple-Lock on the deployment of the Defence Forces on overseas missions.
23/11/20236 minutes 54 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
23/11/20235 minutes 1 second
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Fighting in Israel-Hamas War expected to resume following ceasefire

Dan Williams, Reuters Correspondent, in Jerasulem discusses the latest on the ceasefire and release of hostages.
23/11/20235 minutes 10 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
23/11/20234 minutes 11 seconds
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Hostages being held by Hamas expected to be released tomorrow

Tom Bateman, BBC Middle East correspondent discusses planned release of Israeli hostages delayed until Friday.
23/11/20238 minutes 2 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
23/11/20233 minutes 44 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
23/11/20232 minutes 59 seconds
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Nurses at St. John’s Hospital in Limerick to begin industrial action this morning

Mary Fogarty, Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation Assistant Director of Industrial Relations, discusses the start of a period of work to rule at St John’s Hospital in Limerick.
23/11/20233 minutes
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Two people dead after car explosion atUS-Canada border

Harriet Alexander, US-based journalist with the latest on the car explosion at US-Canada border.
23/11/20232 minutes 43 seconds
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Hospitals in Northern Gaza almost all out of service

Kate Nolan, Deputy Director of Operations, Médecins Sans Frontières – Doctors Without Borders discusses their work in war torn Gaza and Sudan.
23/11/20236 minutes 42 seconds
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Cathal Berry: 'Triple-Lock is not a component for Ireland's neutrality'

Cathal Berry, Independent TD and former Army Ranger, responds to plans by the Government to remove the Triple-Lock on the deployment of the Defence Forces on overseas missions.
23/11/20234 minutes 52 seconds
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Stephen Kenny's time as Ireland manager comes to an end, who might replace him?

Eamon Dunphy, former footballer and RTÉ pundit, and now podcaster, discusses the decision to not give Stephen Kenny a new contract and the search for a new manager for the Republic of Ireland team.
23/11/20235 minutes 35 seconds
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Family of hostages: 'We are happy to hear about the deal, it's a good start but we're waiting to see if it will happen'

Cian McCormack speaks to Daniel Lifshitz whose grandparents were kidnapped from the Kibbutz Nir Oz on October 7th.
23/11/20234 minutes 54 seconds
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Almost 1-in-4 drivers involved in fatal crashes between 2018-2022 were driving for work

Sarah O'Connor, Director of Partnerships and External Affairs at the Road Safety Authority, discusses RSA analysis which has found that from 2018 to 2022, 23% of drivers involved in fatal collisions were driving for work.
23/11/20233 minutes 39 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Aoife Kealy of Met Éireann.
22/11/20232 minutes 6 seconds
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Hopes that ceasefire will allow other diplomatice ideas develop

John Lyndon, executive director of the Alliance for Middle East Peace explains why even a temporary ceasefire is a good first step in a lasting piece.
22/11/20233 minutes 28 seconds
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Swimming coach who set up cameras in a pool in Dublin and recorded young girls is jailed

Michael Lynch, Safeguarding Consultant and former Senior Investigating Officer with An Garda Siochana National Protective Services Bureau discusses the importance of safeguarding for children following the conviction of a Swim Ireland coach for the sexual exploitation of children.
22/11/20237 minutes 33 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
22/11/20233 minutes 9 seconds
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People warned to exercise caution this Black Friday

Gráinne Griffin Director of Communications at the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission discusses the danger posed by bogus bargains on Black Friday.
22/11/20234 minutes 53 seconds
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Why was OpenAI Co-founder Sam Altman sacked and now returning as CEO?

Elaine Burke, tect journalist and host of the 'For Tech's Sake' podcast on OpenAI Co-founder Sam Altman being sacked before returning as CEO.
22/11/20233 minutes 26 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
22/11/20233 minutes 59 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
22/11/20236 minutes 13 seconds
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Today marks 60th Anniversary of JFK assassination

Steve Futterman reports on the 60th anniversary of assassination of American President John F. Kennedy.
22/11/20234 minutes 39 seconds
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Will ceasefire lead to lasting peace?

Dan Williams, Reuters senior correspondent, based in Jerusalem discusses the Israel's cabinet vote on hostage deal.
22/11/20235 minutes 22 seconds
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'We are waiting and hoping, I hope my mum will come back' - Families of hostages held by Hamas

Cian McCormack speaks to families of some hostages taken during the Oct 7 Hamas attack as they hope release of 50 hostages during ceasefire will bring good news.
22/11/20236 minutes 14 seconds
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Report into Irish Defence Forces recommends significant changes

Mark Keane, President of PDFORRA, reacts to the publication of the Detailed Implementation Plan for the Report of the Commission on the Defence Forces.
22/11/20234 minutes 20 seconds
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Govt. signs off on plan to increase PRSI over five years

Micheal Lehane, Political Correspondent, outlines the Government's signed-off plans to increase PRSI rates over the next five years.
22/11/20235 minutes 56 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
22/11/20234 minutes 1 second
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Israel-Hamas War: Four day ceasefire and release of 50 hostages agreed

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, explains the political tensions in Israel/Gaza in the context of the ceasefire.
22/11/20236 minutes 47 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
22/11/20235 minutes 53 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
22/11/20233 minutes 41 seconds
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What will four-day ceasefire mean for humanitarian aid?

Riham Jafari, Communication & Advocacy Coordinator with ActionAid Palestine explains what a possible ceasefire in Gaza would mean for humanitarian aid.
22/11/20235 minutes 33 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with unemployment benefits on agenda

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses what is happening at Cabinet today.
21/11/20236 minutes 40 seconds
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UK's Dept. for Levelling Up announces funding for 55 projects but none in Northern Ireland

Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor, explains why Northern Ireland was left out of UK levelling up funding.
21/11/20234 minutes 40 seconds
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UN warns we are 'out of road' in relation to greenhouse gas emissions and rising temperatures

Dr Cara Augustenborg, Assistant Professor in Environmental Policy, UCD, and Climate Change Advisory Council member, discusses the failures of countries including Ireland to meet their emission-cutting pledges.
21/11/20237 minutes 4 seconds
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'This is a welcome development' - SIPTU reaction to new benefits

Adrian Kane, SIPTU Divisional Organiser, reacts to the changes to redundancy which will provide workers with pay-related benefits for up to nine months.
21/11/20234 minutes 12 seconds
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HSE urging every eligible person to get vaccinated against flu and Covid-19

Dr Éamonn O’Moore, Director of National Health Protection at the HSE explains why now is the perfect time to get the winter flu and Covid vaccine.
21/11/20236 minutes 41 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
21/11/20233 minutes 59 seconds
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7:10am It Says in The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
21/11/20233 minutes 12 seconds
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Calls for ideas for original five-minute plays that may be staged in Cork next summer

Anne Clarke of Landmark Productions is on the lookout for six budding playwrights to have their plays performed at the Cork Midsommer Festival next June.
21/11/20233 minutes 19 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
21/11/20236 minutes 5 seconds
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Online security tool to prevent online shoppers being scammed being launched today

Donna O'Shea, Chair of Cybersecurity, Munster Technological University discusses a new tool to prevent online shoppers from being scammed.
21/11/20233 minutes 50 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
21/11/20236 minutes 9 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
21/11/20233 minutes 55 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
21/11/20234 minutes 4 seconds
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Deal that would see Hamas release hostages appears to be edging closer

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Tel Aviv on the latest developments on the possible release of hostages held in Gaza.
21/11/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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Tonight's friendly widely expected to be Stephen Kenny's last game as Ireland manager

Brian Kerr, former Republic of Ireland manager analyses Stephen Kenny’s reign in the role as he faces what could be his final game as international manager tonight.
21/11/20236 minutes 38 seconds
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Should it be easier to get goods repaired rather than replaced?

Ciarán Cuffe, Green Party MEP, on new rules to make it easier for consumers to request repairs for goods that are being voted on by the European Parliament.
21/11/20234 minutes 27 seconds
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Hostage deal expected in next few days unless 'something extreme' happens

Professor Yossi Mekelberg, Associate Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, gives his assessment on the evolving situation in the Middle East.
21/11/20237 minutes 19 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
21/11/20232 minutes 3 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
20/11/20235 minutes 13 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
20/11/20236 minutes 4 seconds
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'It's been rough, we never expected anything like this evil' - cousin of man being held hostage

Tomer Keshet, relative of Israeli family taken hostage by Hamas, on increasing calls to secure their release.
20/11/20235 minutes 39 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Matthew Martin of Met Éireann.
20/11/20231 minute 57 seconds
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Deal between Israel and Hamas to release hostages appears close

Scott Walker, hostage negotiator and former Senior Counter-Terrorism Advisor to the UN, discusses mediation talks taking place between Israel and Hamas
20/11/20234 minutes 24 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
20/11/20233 minutes 17 seconds
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Calls from the UN on the United States to change approach to the Middle East conflict

Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, tells us why she and the other Elders are calling on United States President Joe Biden to do more to try and find a lasting peace in the Middle East.
20/11/20238 minutes 23 seconds
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WHO moving sick and injured children and babies from Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza

Mike Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organisation's Health Emergencies Programme, tells us about the efforts to protect life at Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza by moving ill children away from the building which has been raided by Israeli forces.
20/11/20238 minutes 1 second
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
20/11/20237 minutes 40 seconds
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World Health Organisation labels Al-Shifa hospital a 'death zone' after visit

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Jerusalem with the latest on the Israel-Palestine war.
20/11/20235 minutes 55 seconds
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Quad bike operators must wear a helmet on farms and public roads from today

Pat Griffin, Senior Inspector for Farm Safety with the Health and Safety Authority.
20/11/20233 minutes 57 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
20/11/20233 minutes 5 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
20/11/20235 minutes 4 seconds
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Dublin Bus to roll out dozens of electric busses

Billy Hann, CEO of Dublin Bus, tells us about the new infrastructure just installed which allows for dozens of electric buses to be rolled out across the capital, 18 months after they were ordered.
20/11/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
17/11/20233 minutes 10 seconds
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Unions meeting to consider govt. invitation for talks on public sector pay deal

Fórsa's Niall Shanahan discusses the issues ahead before agreeing to enter new national pay talks.
17/11/20235 minutes 33 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
17/11/20233 minutes 16 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
17/11/20234 minutes 57 seconds
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Workers to be entitled to five sick days from January

Neale Richmond TD, Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, discusses new sick pay rules coming into force in January.
17/11/20234 minutes 14 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
17/11/20232 minutes
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'I don't know where they are' Irish-Palestinian man awaiting news of his children in Gaza

Khalid El Estal, Irish-Palestinian man living in Naas, has an update on efforts to evacuate his two young children from Gaza.
17/11/20238 minutes 6 seconds
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Spotify to introduce new rules that will mean some artists won't get paid

Kieran Dineen reports on new rules at Spotify that will change the payment structure for artists.
17/11/20235 minutes 6 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Susan Jackson.
17/11/20235 minutes 58 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
17/11/20237 minutes 12 seconds
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Rising number of deaths on Irish roads described as 'grim' and 'an emergency'

Professor Denis Cusack, Director of the Medical Bureau of Road Safety, discusses the worrying number of road deaths.
17/11/20236 minutes 31 seconds
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Elon Musk's SpaceX receives clearance for second-ever launch of giant Starship rocket

Dr. Niamh Shaw, Science Communicator and education looks ahead to SpaceX's second launch of its giant Starship rocket.
17/11/20234 minutes 17 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
17/11/20233 minutes 52 seconds
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President to host reception to mark World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims today

Donna Price, Irish Road Victims Association discusses plan to improve safety on Irish roads.
17/11/20236 minutes 4 seconds
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IDF promises ground operation will eventually 'include both the north and south' of Gaza

RTÉ Correspondent Paul Cunningham, has the latest from the Middle East, as more Irish citizens are expected to cross the border from Gaza into Egypt.
17/11/202310 minutes 10 seconds
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Ryan Tubridy to present new show on Virgin Radio, which will be broadcast in Ireland

John Purcell, Chair of the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland, reacts to the syndication of Ryan Tubridy's Virgin Radio UK show on several local radio stations in Ireland.
17/11/20233 minutes 52 seconds
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Protest demanding more to be done for minors with eating disorders taking place today

Amy Hanley explains why she founded the Mind EveryBody campaign after being dissatisfied with the healthcare her daughter received after being diagonosed with an eating disorder.
17/11/20234 minutes 41 seconds
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Fresh appeal for help as latest search for Columba McVeigh ends

Jon Hill, Lead Investigator, the Independent Commission for the Location of Victims' Remains, discusses the latest search to find Columba McVeigh's remains.
16/11/20233 minutes 1 second
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
16/11/20233 minutes 10 seconds
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More Irish passport holders set to leave Gaza today

Cian McCormack speaks with Kildare-based Palestinian Khalid El-Estal about his children crossing into Egypt with their uncle and Ayelet Shmuel is Director of the International Resilience Center in Sderot and she has briefed Tánaiste Micheál Martin about what happened there on October 7th.
16/11/20234 minutes 49 seconds
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NASA's James Webb space telescope discovers candy floss planet

Kevin Nolan, lecturer in physics at Technological University Dublin discusses a newly-analysed planet where it rains sand and smells of burnt matches.
16/11/20234 minutes 32 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Deirdre Lowe of Met Éireann.
16/11/20231 minute 35 seconds
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Fleeing Gaza: 'This is the first time we have felt safe without fear for 50 days'

Irish-Palestinian Ibrahim Alagha explains how he and his family escaped Gaza through the Rafah crossing.
16/11/20234 minutes 53 seconds
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Tánaiste reiterates 'Ireland believes in a ceasefire' as he visits Middle-East

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Isreal on the latest on the war and the Irish hostages.
16/11/20236 minutes 49 seconds
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Another tumultuous day in UK Politics with blows for government and opposition

Jon Tonge, Professor of British & Irish Politics, University of Liverpool on another tumultuous day in British politics.
16/11/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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New Sale of Alcohol Bill raises number of questions

James Lawless, Fianna Fáil TD, discusses the findings of the Oireacthas Justice Committee report on Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the General Scheme of the Sale of Alcohol Bill.
16/11/20235 minutes 10 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
16/11/20235 minutes 33 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
16/11/20234 minutes 52 seconds
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UN Security Council approves resolution calling for humanitarian pause in fighting in Gaza

Dr Natalie Thurtle, Deputy Medical Coordinator of Médecins Sans Frontieres, on the conditions inside Gaza's hospitals, amid growing calls for a ceasefire.
16/11/20236 minutes 45 seconds
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Is the Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant fit for purpose?

Marc O'Driscoll reports on one person's experience with the Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant, and Eoin Ó Broin, Sinn Féin Housing Spokesperson, discusses why so few vacant and derelic refurbishment grants have been provided.
16/11/202313 minutes 26 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
16/11/20234 minutes 13 seconds
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US President Joe Biden and China's Xi Jinping agree to resume military communications

Demetri Sevastopulo, US-China correspondent at Financia Times discusses US President Joe Biden and chinease leader Xi Jinping meeting in San Francisco.
16/11/20236 minutes 10 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
16/11/20233 minutes 59 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
16/11/20233 minutes 39 seconds
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Omagh's mystery hum keeps Tyrone residents awake

Stephen Donnelly, Alliance Party councillor, on the mystery of an unidentified humming sound keeping people awake at night in Omagh.
15/11/20233 minutes 54 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
15/11/20233 minutes 55 seconds
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Israeli forces enter Gaza's Al-Shifa Hospital in 'targeted' operation against Hamas

BBC journalist Rushdi Abualouf in Gaza and Dr Ahmed Al-Mandhari, Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean Region at the World Health Organisation, calls for a ceasefire in Gaza to evacuate new-borns and vulnerable patients from hospitals
15/11/202310 minutes 15 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
15/11/20233 minutes 21 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
15/11/20233 minutes 43 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
15/11/20232 minutes 45 seconds
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RTÉ increases spending for independent production in new ten-point plan

Susan Kirby, chief executive of Screen Producers Ireland, explains why she is welcoming the news that RTE will increase spending on independent production.
15/11/20236 minutes 8 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
15/11/20235 minutes 56 seconds
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Weather forecast

Presented by Rebecca Cantwell of Met Éireann.
15/11/20232 minutes 3 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
15/11/20233 minutes 24 seconds
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Social Democrats call to place economic sanctions on Israel and withdraw diplomatic status from Israeli Ambassador

Social Democrats leader Deputy Holly Cairns discusses her party's motions to expel the Israeli ambassador and call for economic sanctions on Israel which will be voted on in the Dail tonight.
15/11/20235 minutes 49 seconds
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Tenancy termination remains largest issue facing private renters - Threshold

John-Mark McCafferty, Threshold CEO discusses 2022 annual report on homelessness in Ireland
15/11/20235 minutes 18 seconds
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First group of Irish citizens leave Gaza through Rafah

RTÉ Cian McCormack speaks to Irish citizen Aymen Shaheen who prepares to leave Gaza with his family today. RTÉ Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham speaks to Tánaiste Michaeál Martin in Cairo, Egypt and provides updates of those fleeing.
15/11/202322 minutes 26 seconds
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Calls on Government to introduce mandatory sepsis protocols in all hospitals

Ciaran and Orla Staunton, Co-Founder of the End Sepsis campaign group, calls for the Government to introduce mandatory sepsis protocols in all hospitals after their 12-year-old son Rory died from sepsis in New York in 2012.
15/11/20235 minutes 15 seconds
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Supreme Court to hear if judicial bill is constitutional

Oran Doyle, Professor in Law at Trinity College Dublin, looks ahead to the Supreme Court examination of the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill
15/11/20234 minutes 25 seconds
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Survey shows over 25% of Commissioned Officers see themselves leaving Defence Forces within five years

Lieutenant Colonel Conor King, General Secretary of the Representative Association of Commissioned Officers, reacts to a new survey highlighting the recruitment and retention crisis within the Defence Forces.
14/11/20234 minutes 41 seconds
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WHO warns that conditions at Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza are 'catastrophic'

Tom Bateman, BBC Middle East Correspondent, discusses the latest on the war between Israel and Hamas.
14/11/20237 minutes 45 seconds
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David Cameron makes dramatic return to British Politics

Henry Hill, Deputy Editor of Conservative Home, reacts to UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's dramatic reshuffle of his front bench.
14/11/20237 minutes 36 seconds
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RTÉ aiming to reduce staff by 400 by 2028

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses today's cabinet meeting where RTÉ will be top of the agenda.
14/11/20238 minutes 33 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
14/11/20234 minutes 49 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
14/11/20235 minutes 56 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
14/11/20234 minutes 2 seconds
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Iceland town evacuated as risk of volcano erupting remains 'high and significant'

Dr. Matthew Roberts, Director of the service and esearch division at the Icelandic Met Office, discusses the prospect of a volcano eruption in Iceland.
14/11/20232 minutes 49 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
14/11/20234 minutes 48 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock of Met Éireann.
14/11/20232 minutes 4 seconds
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Relief scheme extended to Galway as clean-up following Storm Debi begins

Cllr. Eddie Hoare, The Mayor of Galway City, and Oranmore trader Michael White discuss the fallout in the county from Storm Debi.
14/11/20235 minutes 22 seconds
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Situation described as 'terrible' for humanitarian aid workers on the ground in Gaza

Ramesh Rajasingham, head of OCHA in Geneva discusses the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Gaza during his visit to Ireland.
14/11/20239 minutes 41 seconds
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EPA says four local authorities doing very poor job in environmental enforcement

David Pollard, Programme Manager of the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental Enforcement, discusses the latest report on the environmental performance of local authorities last year.
14/11/20234 minutes 46 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
14/11/20233 minutes 26 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
14/11/20233 minutes 2 seconds
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What would a slimmed down version of RTÉ look like?

Cearbhall Ó Síocháin, Secretary of RTÉ Trade Union Group, and Eileen Culloty, Assistant Professor at the Dublin City University Future of Journalism Institute, react to the reporting that staff numbers at RTÉ could be reduced by 20%.
14/11/20238 minutes 43 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
13/11/20234 minutes 27 seconds
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Over 55,000 properties now without power and areas hit by flooding

Joe MagRaollaigh and Laura Hogan, Correspondents, report on how Storm Debi is affecting different parts of the country.
13/11/20237 minutes 8 seconds
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Min. with responsibility for OPW: 'The damage will only become clear now'

Patric O'Donovan, Minister with responsibility for the OPW and member of the National Emergency Co-Ordination Group, on Storm Debi.
13/11/20235 minutes 1 second
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UN Secretary General warns Israel cannot use 7 October attack as 'reason for collective punishment of Palestine'

Kim Sengupta, World Affairs Editor at The Independent reports from Israel on the escalating healthcare crisis in Gazan hosiptals.
13/11/20234 minutes 53 seconds
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Storm Debi causes disruption accross the country with number of areas hit

Joe Mag Raollaigh, Correspondent, is in Oranmore, Co. Galway with the latest on how the west has been hit by Storm Debi while Conor Kane, Correspondent, has the latest from counties Clare, Wicklow and Dublin.
13/11/20236 minutes 34 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
13/11/20233 minutes 44 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
13/11/20232 minutes 50 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
13/11/20236 minutes 25 seconds
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Met Éireann says warning may be extended further as they advise people to stay indoors

Gerry Murphy, Senior forecaster with Met Éireann, gives an update on the impact of Storm Debi as it tracks across the country.
13/11/20234 minutes 58 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S. Doyle.
13/11/20233 minutes 36 seconds
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Schools and childcare facilities in most counties being advised to close this morning

Seamus Mulconry, General Secretary of the Catholic Primary Schools Management Association, and Noel Mulderrig, owner of Kids Haven Creche in Shannon, discuss the impact of Storm Debi.
13/11/20239 minutes 41 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Matthew Martin of Met Éireann.
13/11/20231 minute 56 seconds
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Status Red wind warning in place as forecasters warn of 'potential danger to life'

Gerry Murphy, Senior forecaster with Met Éireann, gives an update on the impact of Storm Debi as it tracks across the country.
13/11/20235 minutes 30 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
13/11/20236 minutes 17 seconds
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Road disruption accorss the country with local authorities beginning clean-up

Keith Leonard, National Director for Fire and Emergency Management, gives an update as Storm Debi passes over the country.
13/11/20235 minutes 26 seconds
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Hospitals in Gaza struggling to cope due to lack of electricity, water and internet

Fikr Shalltoot, Director of Medical Aid for Palestinians, explains how the lack of resources in Gaza is impacting the healthcare of Palestinians.
13/11/20235 minutes 24 seconds
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Galway City Council, HSE, An Garda Siochána and Fire Service meet to review damage

Brian Tapley, Regional Manager with ESB Networks, and Gerry O'Malley, Galway's Chief Fire Officer, on the damage that has been caused by Storm Debi.
13/11/20236 minutes 54 seconds
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Suella Braverman sacked as Britain's Home Secretary

John Kilraine, London Correspondent, reports that Suella Braverman has been sacked amid a UK Govt. reshuffle.
13/11/202358 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Mark Bowe of Met Éireann.
10/11/20231 minute 24 seconds
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Potato farmers facing crop losses as harvest hit by waterlogged fields

Joe Mag Raollaigh, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent, reports on the crisis affecting potato growers as the ongoing bad weather threatens this years potatoe crops.
10/11/20233 minutes 13 seconds
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US says Israel will implement four hour pauses in northern Gaza from to allow people to flee

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports from Israel on the latest on the on-going war.
10/11/20235 minutes 57 seconds
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33-year-old Jozef Puska found guilty of the murder of Ashling Murphy

Sarah Benson, Women's Aid, discusses the Ashling Murphy murder case and the wider issues of violence againt women in Ireland.
10/11/20236 minutes 38 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Vivienne Traynor.
10/11/20235 minutes 55 seconds
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Marches to place across Europe over weekend in relation to conflict in Middle East

John Kilraine, London Correspondent, John Litchfield, Paris based journalist, and Jenny Witt, journalist in Hamburg, discuss marches planned across Europe linked to the conflict in the Middle East.
10/11/20238 minutes 19 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
10/11/20236 minutes 7 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
10/11/20234 minutes 5 seconds
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HSE warning following more than 20 heroin overdoses in Dublin City yesterday

Pauline McKeown, Chief Executive of the Coolmine addiction treatment centre, speaks to Eithne Dodd, about the HSE warning to heroin users to avoid new batches of the drug following several overdoses yesterday and Professor Eamon Keenan, HSE National Clinical Lead of Addiction Services explains how they are responding.
10/11/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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No indication as to why Jozef Puska stabbed Ashling Murphy to death

Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent, looks back on the trial of Jozef Puska who was found guilty yesterday of the murder of Ashling Murphy in January 2022.
10/11/20238 minutes 19 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
10/11/20233 minutes 42 seconds
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Ashling Murphy remembered throughout the Tullamore area

Vivienne Clarke, local journalist in Tullamore, explains the impact of the Ashling Murphy murder trial on the community.
10/11/20233 minutes 24 seconds
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Israeli forces reported to have killed 18 Palestinians across occupied West Bank

Leila Molana-Allen, PBS News Hour Special Correspondent, reports on the clearing of Palestine settlers from the West Bank.
10/11/20236 minutes 34 seconds
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Local community said to be in 'shock and huge bewilderment' following discovery of bodies in Clare

Joe Killeen, local Fianna Fáil County Councillor, on the deaths of a man and woman in Corofin, Co. Clare.
10/11/20233 minutes 40 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
10/11/20233 minutes 20 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
10/11/20238 minutes 26 seconds
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Bodies of man and woman discovered at property in north Clare yesterday

Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, reports on the discovery of the bodies of a man and a woman in Corofin, Co. Clare yesterday afternoon.
10/11/20233 minutes 17 seconds
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Israel’s Chief Military Spokesman says 50,000 Palestinians have left Gaza City area

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports from Tel Aviv as up to 50,000 Palestinians fled Gaza City on Wednesday.
09/11/20236 minutes 57 seconds
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Jason Corbett's children deliver powerful victim impact statements

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent, with the Irish Independent reports on the sentencing of Molly and Tom Martens in relation to the manslaughter of Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015.
09/11/202310 minutes 37 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
09/11/20232 minutes 5 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
09/11/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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Irish College of General Practitioners to offer 20% more training places this year

Stephen Donnelly, Minister for Health, discusses the provision of GP training places and the passing of the Public Health Bill in the Dáil.
09/11/20237 minutes 16 seconds
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European Court of Justice to make preliminary ruling on Apple tax case today

Lorcan Allen, Business Editor at The Business Post, looks ahead to the ruling due this morning from the European Court of Justice on the long-running Apple tax case.
09/11/20234 minutes 20 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
09/11/20233 minutes 38 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
09/11/20233 minutes 54 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
09/11/20233 minutes 12 seconds
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RTÉ offers Kelly-Forbes note to PAC provided it is not published

Mary Regan reports on RTÉ's offer to PAC on key documents.
09/11/20235 minutes 35 seconds
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Molly and Tom Martens sent back to prison for killing of Jason Corbett

Jason Corbett's family issue a statement following the sentencing of Tom and Molly Martens for his manslaughter yesterday and lawyers for the Martens - Jay Vannoy and Jones Byrd - spoke to the media yesterday.
09/11/20233 minutes 28 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
09/11/20233 minutes 47 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
09/11/20237 minutes 10 seconds
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Warning dental patients are being placed at risk due to lack of regulation

Aoife Hegarty of RTÉ Investigates brings the latest developments on the legislative reform needed to protect the public from rogue dentists.
09/11/20235 minutes 30 seconds
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UK's Home Secretary Suella Braverman under fire for Northern Ireland comparison

George Parker, Financial Times Political Editor, on the UK's Home Secretary Suella Braverman being criticised after she used Northern Ireland as a point of comparison when characterising pro-Palestinian demonstrations as "hate marches".
09/11/20233 minutes 57 seconds
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Should Ireland's voting age be lowered to 16?

Jennifer Kavanagh, law lecturer, in South East Technological University, discusses the merits of lowering Ireland's voting age from 18 to 16.
09/11/20235 minutes 16 seconds
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Inside Gaza: Ordinary civilians facing daily bombardment

Cian McCormack talks to Samir Zaquot, Deputy Director General of the Al-Mezan Centre for Human Rights, about the situation on the ground in Rafah, southern Gaza.
09/11/20233 minutes 53 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
08/11/20233 minutes 6 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
08/11/20233 minutes 24 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
08/11/20233 minutes 5 seconds
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Min. for Agriculture: 'Discovery of atypical BSE should not impact on Ireland's wider export markets'

Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, discusses the fall-out from suspending beef exports from Ireland to the Chinese market after a case of atypical BSE was detected in a bovine animal here.
08/11/20237 minutes 19 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
08/11/20235 minutes 25 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
08/11/20233 minutes 30 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Matthew Martin of Met Éireann.
08/11/20231 minute 59 seconds
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Irish beef exports to China stopped after case of atypical BSE detected

Brendan Golden, IFA Lifestock Chair, discusses the move by the Chinese authorities to supend Irish beef imports.
08/11/20237 minutes 12 seconds
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Hundreds of thousands of people remain in Gaza as war enters second month

Kate Varley reports on the situation facing people in northern Gaza which has been described as a ‘siege within a siege.'
08/11/20237 minutes 1 second
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Irish National ICU Audit Annual Report for 2021 being launched today

Professor Rory Dwyer, Clinical Lead of the Irish National ICU Audit Report for 2021 discusses their findings.
08/11/20235 minutes 24 seconds
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Israel targets Hamas tunnels after encircling Gaza City

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent at Reuters, gives the latest updates on the attacks in Gaza.
08/11/20235 minutes 27 seconds
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RTÉ documentary to fast forward to 2050 to cover unprecedented night of climate action

Mark Little, journalist and presenter, on returning to our screens as co-host of a new documentary which looks at the climate challenge through the lens of the year 2050.
08/11/20234 minutes 28 seconds
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Death toll in Gaza surpasses 10,300 according to Hamas run health ministry

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports from Tel Aviv as the conflict in Gaza continues.
08/11/20238 minutes 26 seconds
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Closing arguments to be heard in Corbett case today

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent with the Irish Independent, reports on the latest on the Molly and Tom Martens case in the US in relation to the manslaughter of Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015.
08/11/20236 minutes 55 seconds
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First images from Europe's Euclid space telescope released

Kevin Nolan, lecturer in physics at Technological University Dublin, discusses the first images release by the Euclid space telescope.
08/11/20233 minutes 49 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
08/11/20236 minutes 13 seconds
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Businesses counting cost of damage one week on from flooding in Newry

Julie Gibbons, President of the Newry Chamber of Commerce and Trade, gives an update on the situation for businesses in the city after last week’s devasting floods.
08/11/20234 minutes 41 seconds
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UN Secretary General appeals for 'cool heads' over Israel-Gaza conflict

Yvonne Murray, Global Security Reporter discusses the latest developments at the United Nations over the Gaza conflict.
07/11/20236 minutes 41 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
07/11/20236 minutes 41 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
07/11/20233 minutes 41 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
07/11/20233 minutes 9 seconds
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'They are not human, they don't even care about their people' - daughter of woman taken hostage by Hamas

Neta Heiman Mina, whose mother was kidnapped on October 7th is calling on Israel to end its destruction of Gaza
07/11/20239 minutes 4 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
07/11/20234 minutes 3 seconds
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Donald Trump clashes with judge in court

Eric Hamm, Political Analyst with CTV News, reviews Donald Trump's court appearance yesterday where the former US President clashed with the judge and defended his business during his civil fraud case brought by authorities in New York.
07/11/20234 minutes 40 seconds
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Jason Corbett manslaughter case hears from three medical experts about death of his first wife

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent at the Irish Independent, has the latest in the Molly Martens case in the US in relation to the manslaughter of Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015.
07/11/20235 minutes 39 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Rebecca Cantwell.
07/11/20231 minute 52 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
07/11/20233 minutes 36 seconds
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Death toll in Gaza surpasses 10,000

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports from Tel Aviv as the Israel-Hamas conflict continues.
07/11/20238 minutes 39 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with phones in schools on the agenda

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, previews this week's cabinet meeting.
07/11/20235 minutes 49 seconds
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Cathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann to attend State Opening of Parliament at Westminster today

Senator Jerry Buttimer, Cathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann, ahead of attending the State Opening of Parliament at Westminster.
07/11/20233 minutes 58 seconds
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National Centre for Species Survival being launched at Dublin Zoo today

Dr. Christoph Schwitzer, Director of Dublin Zoo, discusses the Zoo's new National Centre for Species Survival, which is being launched today.
07/11/20234 minutes 17 seconds
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Three Irish women among expedition to Antarctic

Dr Niamh Shaw, science communicator and educator, is one of 95 women bound for the Antarctic as part of a 24-day leadership programme aimed at tackling climate change and empowering women in STEM.
07/11/20235 minutes 29 seconds
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Number of deaths on Irish roads continues to rise

Conor Faughnan, Transport Commentator & CEO of the Royal Irish Automobile Club, on the rising number of deaths on Irish roads.
07/11/20234 minutes 25 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
07/11/20236 minutes 4 seconds
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Tickets for Bruce Springsteen's Irish gigs on sale this morning

Ken Sweeney, Showbiz Editor with The Sun
06/11/20235 minutes 13 seconds
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Pharmacists to be given power to extend validity of prescriptions

Susan O'Dwyer, Head Of Professional Services with The Irish Pharmacy Union
06/11/20234 minutes 57 seconds
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8.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
06/11/20233 minutes 16 seconds
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7.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly
06/11/20233 minutes 3 seconds
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7.50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire
06/11/20235 minutes 4 seconds
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New figures reveal fall in number of children living in poverty

Susanne Rogers, Research and Policy Analyst with Social Justice Ireland
06/11/20235 minutes 30 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Read by Brian Jennings
06/11/20236 minutes
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Irish Embassy confirms 8-year old daughter of Israeli-based Irishman abducted by Hamas could still be alive

RTE's Paul Cunningham in Israel last month speaking to Tom Hand Abeer Etefa is the senior communications officer for the World Food Programme Our Europe Editor, Tony Connelly in Tel Aviv
06/11/20239 minutes 9 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes
06/11/20231 minute 42 seconds
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Sinn Féin calls for expulsion of Israeli ambassador

Matt Carthy, Sinn Féin Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs and Defence and TD for Cavan-Monaghan
06/11/20236 minutes 29 seconds
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Minister for Justice to unveil new plan to tackle human trafficking

Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee
06/11/202311 minutes 21 seconds
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7.35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill
06/11/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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Former US President Donald Trump to take to the stand in civil fraud trial today

Eric Hamm, Political Analyst with CTV News in the US
06/11/20234 minutes 18 seconds
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Updates from the Gaza Strip, UNRWA and Lebanon

Cian McCormack speaking to Waseem Mustaha, an Oxfam staff member working in the Gaza Strip Juliette Touma, Director of Communications for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)Rania Abouzeid, Lebanon-based Journalist and Author
06/11/202311 minutes 58 seconds
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8.35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill
06/11/20236 minutes 58 seconds
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Mayo man trapped in Gaza hopes to leave warzone safely

Cian McCormack reports on a Mayo man trapped in Gaza that hopes to escape the warzone safely when the Rafah Crossing to Egypt opens to Irish citizens.
03/11/20237 minutes 22 seconds
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8.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly
03/11/20233 minutes 39 seconds
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How well prepared is Ireland for the effects of climate change?

Professor Peter Thorne, Centre Director of ICARUS climate analysis group at Maynooth University, reacts to October's weather data
03/11/20234 minutes 26 seconds
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Manslaughter sentence hearing told Jason Corbett's first wife did not die from asthma attack

Ralph Riegel, southern correspondent at the Irish Independent, has the latest in the Molly Martens case in the US in relation to the manslaughter of Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015.
03/11/20236 minutes 21 seconds
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Bankman-Fried convicted of defrauding FTX customers

Sam Bankman-Fried, who once ran one of the world's biggest cryptocurrency exchanges, has been found guilty of fraud and money laundering at the end of a month-long trial in New York. Los Angeles-based reporter Steve Futterman explains.
03/11/20233 minutes 15 seconds
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7.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly
03/11/20232 minutes 59 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Read by Carla O'Brien
03/11/20234 minutes 58 seconds
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New service allows people to check Irish air quality

Patrick Kenny, Senior scientist with the Environmental Protection Agency, on a new national air quality forecast service providing unprecedented and detailed information about air pollutants that launches today.
03/11/20234 minutes 49 seconds
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RTÉ releases more files to the Public Accounts Committee

Deputy Brian Stanley, chair of the Public Accounts Committee, discusses the latest release of information from RTÉ.
03/11/20238 minutes 8 seconds
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Varadkar: Israel activity in Gaza 'approaching revenge'

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on the latest comments from the Taoiseach where he said that what is happening in Gaza is not just self defence on the part of Israel, but "resembles something more approaching revenge". Later, we hear reaction from Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent.
03/11/202318 minutes 12 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan
03/11/20232 minutes 13 seconds
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Australian woman in court for alleged mushroom murders

Nathan Currie, reporter with Channel 7 in Australia discusses the case of an Australian woman charged with three murders over suspected mushroom poisoning
03/11/20233 minutes 55 seconds
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7.35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill
03/11/20233 minutes 45 seconds
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8.35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill
03/11/20234 minutes 53 seconds
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HSE faces opposition to latest plan to ease overcrowding in hospitals

Phil Ní Sheaghdha, General Secretary, Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation General Secretary, reacts to a HSE plan to discharge some elderly patients to the first available nursing home.
03/11/20234 minutes 22 seconds
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7.50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn
03/11/20234 minutes 29 seconds
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DPP to decide if George Gibney to face historical sexual abuse charges

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on new allegations of historical sexual abuse made against former swimming coach George Gibney.
02/11/20233 minutes 14 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
02/11/20234 minutes 25 seconds
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Irish Govt presence at inaugural AI Safety Summit in UK

Dara Calleary, Minister for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation. discusses the challenges and opportunities posed by artificial intelligence from the inaugural AI Safety Summit in the UK.
02/11/20239 minutes 55 seconds
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Index shows gap between Ireland’s most disadvantaged areas and national average has increased

Martin Quigley, Pobal, discusses the latest index for deprivation in Ireland and why there are still closes on 200,000 living in extreme disadvantage.
02/11/20234 minutes 19 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
02/11/20232 minutes 56 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
02/11/20233 minutes 49 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
02/11/20233 minutes 46 seconds
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Weather warning lifted as Storm Ciarán moves away from Ireland

Gerry Murphy, Senior Forecaster with Met Eireann, on the impact and trajectory of Storm Ciarán.
02/11/20233 minutes 8 seconds
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New Beatles single to be released today

Dee Woods, presenter with Radio Nova, on the release of a brand new track from The Beatles, called 'Now and Then.'
02/11/20235 minutes 8 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
02/11/20235 minutes 35 seconds
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Dozens of Irish citizens remain trapped in Gaza

Reporter Cian McCormack speaks to Aymen Shaheen, an Irish citizen hoping to leave Gaza through the Rafah border crossing, and Mark Lowcock, senior fellow with the Centre for Global Development and former head of humanitarian affairs at the United Nations, on the humanitarian challenges facing Gaza.
02/11/202311 minutes 52 seconds
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Rafah border crossing expected to open again today to allow foreign passport holders out of Gaza

Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor for Channel 4 News, reports from Israel, after the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt opened for the first time on Wednesday.
02/11/20238 minutes 10 seconds
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Taoiseach visits demilitarised zone dividing North and South Korea during Irish trade mission

Brian O'Donovan, reports from South Korea, on the Irish trade and political mission.
02/11/20235 minutes 9 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
02/11/20236 minutes 18 seconds
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Jason Corbett trial hears children recount domestic violence

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent, Irish Independent, reports from North Carolina on the latest from the sentencing hearing of Molly and Tom Martens.
02/11/20236 minutes 53 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Aoife Kealy of Met Éireann.
02/11/20232 minutes 14 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
01/11/20234 minutes 5 seconds
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Dublin Fire Brigade responded to more than 350 call-outs last night

Greg O'Dwyer, Assistant Chief Fire Officer with Dublin Fire Brigade, on last night's activities for Halloween.
01/11/202314 minutes 31 seconds
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Tougher sentences for domestic violence become law from today

Sarah Benson, Chief Executive Officer, of Women's Aid, on the implementation today of new laws which imposes tougher sentences for domestic violence.
01/11/20236 minutes 42 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
01/11/202314 minutes 31 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
01/11/20234 minutes 16 seconds
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Evidence of Molly Martens' mother described as 'not-credible' in Jason Corbett manslaughter case

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent at the Irish Independent, explains the new evidence entered by the defence in the Molly Martens case in the US in relation to the manslaughter of Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015.
01/11/20235 minutes 48 seconds
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Newry struggles to deal with impact of flooding, damaging homes and businesses

Julie Gibbons, President of the Newry Chamber of Commerce, describes the impact of flooding on businesses in Newry.
01/11/20234 minutes 40 seconds
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Number of energy suppliers to cut charges for electricity and gas from today

Joe Mag Raollaigh, Consumer Affairs Correspondent discusses energy suppliers cutting charges for electricity and gas from today.
01/11/20234 minutes 12 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Mark Bowe of Met Éireann.
01/11/20231 minute 26 seconds
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Parts of Louth hit by flooding after heavy rain in the region

Antóin Watters, Sinn Féin Councillor for Carlingford, on the impact of flooding in Louth following heavy rain in recent days.
01/11/202312 minutes 8 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
01/11/20236 minutes 28 seconds
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At least 50 Palestinians dead after Israeli airstrikse on Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza

Fran McNulty reports on the latest on the war in Gaza as the ground invasion of the region continues.
01/11/20235 minutes 47 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
01/11/20233 minutes 40 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
01/11/20232 minutes 54 seconds
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Israel once again demands release of hostages amid calls for ceasefire in Gaza

Merav Michaeli, Leader of the Israeli Labour Party, reacts to the airstrike on the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza.
01/11/20237 minutes 58 seconds
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Gaza warns they are just 'hours away' from shutdown of main generators at hospitals

Fikr Shalltoot, Director of Medical Aid for Palestine, explains how the shortage of aid coming into Gaza is impacting hospitals and healthcare.
01/11/20235 minutes 38 seconds
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More bad weather on the way as Storm Ciarán approaches

Gerry Murphy, Senior Forecaster with Met Éireann, has an update on the latest weather warnings, as Storm Ciarán prepares to make landfall.
01/11/20232 minutes 52 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
31/10/20233 minutes 40 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann.
31/10/20232 minutes 18 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
31/10/20235 minutes 58 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
31/10/20233 minutes 50 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
31/10/20232 minutes 55 seconds
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Molly and Tom Martens' defence to focus on death of Jason Corbett's first wife

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent for the Irish Independent, reports from North Carolina where prosecutors have accepted a plea bargain deal with Molly Martens and her father Tom over the killing of Irishman Jason Corbett.
31/10/20239 minutes 30 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
31/10/20233 minutes 26 seconds
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Another week of bad weather on the way

Alan Duggan tells how he rescued five people from an estate in Rosslare, Wexford after the area was hit by flooding and Gerry Murphy, Senior Forecaster with Met Eireann, looks ahead at the bad weather and the threat of more flooding.
31/10/20237 minutes 15 seconds
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Israeli PM Netanyahu says ceasefire in Gaza would be 'surrender to Hamas'

Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic Editor at The Independent, reports on the humanitarian issues facing the citizens of Gaza as relief agencies say not enough aid is coming into the region.
31/10/20238 minutes 30 seconds
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Staying safe while enjoying Halloween

Dr. Paddy Fitzpatrick, Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant at CHI Temple Street, discusses the perils of Halloween and Michael Ryan, head of communications for Dublin City Council, encourages people to attend the community events organised in the capital.
31/10/20238 minutes 8 seconds
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Rise in number of renters raising concerns over standard of properties

John-Mark McCafferty, Chief Executive of Threshold, discusses new figures showing a rise in the number of renters raising concerns over sub-standard accommodation.
31/10/20235 minutes 25 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
31/10/20236 minutes 59 seconds
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Israel-Gaza Feud: Hearing from both sides

Cian McCormack speaks to Samir Zaqout, Deputy General Director/Program Director with the Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights in Gaza and Igor Krivoi whose younger brother was kidnapped by Hamas on October 7th.
31/10/20237 minutes 20 seconds
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Israeli troops free a soldier during ground operation in Gaza

Fran McNulty reports from Tel Aviv with the latest on the war in Gaza as the ground invasion of the region continues.
31/10/202310 minutes 36 seconds
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Holidaymakers warned to be wary of 'ghost brokering"

Carol Lawton, AIB's Head of Financial Crime, on a new type of fraud called 'ghost brokering' which targets people booking travel breaks online.
31/10/20235 minutes
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Fresh calls for humanitarian aid to be delivered to Gaza

James Elder, UNICEF Global Spokesperson provides an update on the humanitarian situation for children in Gaza.
30/10/20237 minutes 36 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
30/10/20233 minutes 46 seconds
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Sea Life Aquarium in Bray to cease trading in coming weeks

Jennifer Whitmore, Social Democrats TD, on the closure of Sea Life Aquarium in Bray which the operators confirmed is to cease trading in the coming weeks.
30/10/20232 minutes 59 seconds
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Friends star Matthew Perry dies at 54

Steve Futterman, Los Angeles based journalist on the sudden death of actor Matthew Perry who made his name as part of the cast of Friends.
30/10/20236 minutes 14 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
30/10/20236 minutes 43 seconds
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More than 8,000 lives now lost in Israel-Gaza feud

Fran McNulty reports on the ground in Israel on the latest developments with the Gaza conflict.
30/10/20238 minutes 22 seconds
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Molly and Thomas Martens in court today for hearing over murder of Jason Corbett

Ralph Riegel, Southern Correspondent with the Irish Independent reports from Lexington in North Carolina ahead of a court hearing today related to the murder of Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015.
30/10/20234 minutes 33 seconds
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London's Irish Cultural Centre marking Black History Month

John Kilraine, London Correspondent, reports on how Black History Month is being marked in the Irish Cultural Centre in London.
30/10/20234 minutes 14 seconds
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Suspect on the run following mass shooting in Maine, USA

Harriet Alexander, US-based journalist with the latest on the shooting in the city of Lewiston, Maine which killed 18 people.
27/10/20232 minutes 28 seconds
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Over 7,000 people have reportedly been killed in Gaza

Jonathan Crickx, Chief of Communications at UNICEF Palestine discusses child casualties in Gaza and access to humanitarian assistance.
27/10/202310 minutes 9 seconds
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Efforts to attract more women to sailing

Sharon Gaffney speaks to Irish sailor Pamela Lee who is leading an all female team in a major international competition
27/10/20234 minutes 46 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
27/10/20237 minutes 53 seconds
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Spooky fun to be had around the country this weekend

Kieran Dineen joins us in studio to look ahead to what is on around the country this weekend.
27/10/20234 minutes 24 seconds
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Sister of man being held hostage in Gaza: 'I hope he is ok, all we've got is hope'

Cian McCormack talks to Adi Kikozashvili, the sister of a man who was kidnapped by Hamas on October the 7th.
27/10/20236 minutes 59 seconds
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Blanket ban on smartphones could be introduced in schools

Michael Gillespie, General Secretary of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland, gives his reaction to reports that smartphones could be banned from the classroom, under new plans being prepared by the Education Minister.
27/10/20234 minutes 40 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
27/10/20234 minutes 37 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Andrew Doran-Sherlock.
27/10/20231 minute 59 seconds
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Qatar said to be engaging highly with Hamas to release Israeli hostages

John Lyndon, ALLMEP, discusses the serious issues in the continuing Israel/Palestine conflict and the quest to free the 220 hostages.
27/10/202311 minutes 56 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Vivienne Traynor.
27/10/20235 minutes 20 seconds
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Taoiseach in Brussels as EU leaders reach agreement on the Middle East

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor on European Union leaders calling for immediate humanitarian aid for those in need in Gaza .
27/10/20238 minutes 4 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Carole Coleman.
27/10/20233 minutes 43 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
27/10/20235 minutes 23 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Carole Coleman.
27/10/20234 minutes 30 seconds
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Uisce Éireann: 'Wastewater system is being upgraded but this is completely unacceptable'

Michael Tinsley, Uisce Éireann, outlines the waste water improvements they have been making across the country.
26/10/20235 minutes 55 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Brandon Creagh.
26/10/20231 minute 37 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
26/10/20235 minutes 16 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
26/10/20234 minutes 1 second
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Report warns over half of Ireland’s waste water discharges not meeting EU standards

Noel Byrne, EPA, discusses the issues facing Uisce Éireann in dealing with waste water and why more action is needed.
26/10/20235 minutes 35 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
26/10/20233 minutes 44 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
26/10/20233 minutes 17 seconds
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EU leaders meeting in Brussels today with conflict in Middle East top of the agenda

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, gives an overview of the European Council summit getting underway in Brussels this afternoon that will discuss the situation in the Middle East, support for Ukraine and the EU’s long-term budget.
26/10/20235 minutes 16 seconds
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UN warns that if fuel is not delivered to Gaza it will have scale back relief operation

Juliette Touma, UNRWA Director of Communications, says that the aid operation will soon stop if fuel is not let in to Gaza.
26/10/20236 minutes 48 seconds
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Protecting your pets at Halloween

Owner of Brayvet [Pro:Bray-vet], Pete Wedderburn has advice for pet owners on how they can protect their four-legged friends this Halloween.
26/10/20234 minutes 35 seconds
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National Paediatric Mortality Register review highlights gaps in crucial information

Professor Michael Barrett, Chair NPMR Governance Committee, discusses the findings of a new report into infant and paediatric mortality in Ireland.
26/10/20236 minutes 40 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
26/10/20235 minutes 13 seconds
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Benjamin Netanyahu makes television statement saying Israel is 'preparing for a ground invasion'

Nir Shani speaks to Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, about her son being held hostage by Hamas and Paul has the latest on the conflict.
26/10/202312 minutes 40 seconds
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22 people reported dead following mass shooting in US state of Maine

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, reports that at least 22 people have been killed in a mass shooting in Maine.
26/10/202310 minutes 25 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Moira Hannon.
26/10/20233 minutes 48 seconds
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New canal and Shannon bye-laws being proposed by Waterways Ireland

Sinéad Hussey, Midlands Correspondent, reports on new proposed inland waterway bye-laws.
26/10/20234 minutes 59 seconds
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New report highlighs 'significant difficulties' faced by renters availing of HAP

Wayne Stanley, Executive Director of the Simon Communities of Ireland, discusses the latest Locked Out of the Market Housing Report.
25/10/20234 minutes 43 seconds
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Annual Climate Summit taking place at Trinity College this week

Moira Hannon looks ahead to the annual Climate Summit taking place at Trinity College Dublin.
25/10/20234 minutes 21 seconds
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Pressure intensifies on Republican representatives to elect new speaker of the House

Eric Ham, CTV News Political Analyst, discusses the latest developments following a day of high drama in US politics.
25/10/20234 minutes 35 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Karen Creed.
25/10/20233 minutes 37 seconds
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Dorás: 'Changes to refugee policy are needed by people need somewhere to live'

John Lannon, chief executive of Dorás reacts to proposals to place a cap on the length of time refugees would be provided with accommodation from the Irish state.
25/10/20235 minutes 50 seconds
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Business owners in Midleton meet to discuss what's next following last week's flooding

Dr. Mike Thompson from Imokilly Medical Centre in Midleton assess the government’s funding scheme for businesses in the town hit by last week’s flooding and outline what is next for the business community.
25/10/20237 minutes 48 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
25/10/20234 minutes 44 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
25/10/20235 minutes 38 seconds
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This year's Wexford Festival Opera gets underway

Conor Kane, South-East Corrrespondent, reports from Wexford where the opera festival has featured local performers.
25/10/20234 minutes 52 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Siobhan Ryan of Met Éireann.
25/10/20231 minute 56 seconds
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UN Secretary-General accused of being 'completely disconnected from reality' in Middle East

Paul Cunningham, RTÉ correspondent in Tel Aviv, has the latest on the conflict between Hamas and Israel.
25/10/20237 minutes 59 seconds
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Israel calls for UN Secretary-General to resign over comments to Security Council

Yvonne Murray, Global Security Reporter, reports that the call for Antonio Guterres to resign came after he said the 7 Oct Hamas attack "did not happen in a vacuum".
25/10/20237 minutes 35 seconds
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Ministers divided over Ukrainian accommodation plans

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, outlines the proposals regarding accommodation for Ukrainian refugees that caused 'robust' discussion in Cabinet.
25/10/20235 minutes 28 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
25/10/20233 minutes 57 seconds
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Next rotation of Irish peacekeeping troops preparing to travel to Lebanon

Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Mac Eoin, Commanding Officer, of the 123rd Battalion, on the situation facing Irish peacekeeping troops in Lebanon as tensions rise in the Middle East.
25/10/20236 minutes 58 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Tommy Meskill.
25/10/20235 minutes 43 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Keren Creed.
25/10/20233 minutes 24 seconds
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Israel confirms release of two more hostages in Gaza

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Tel Aviv, following the news that two more Israeli hostages have been released by Hamas.
24/10/20238 minutes 34 seconds
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Man sentenced to life in prison for the murders of two gay men in Sligo

Kieran Rose, campaigner on LGBT issues in Ireland for more than 30 years explains the significance of yesterday's court ruling for Ireland's LGBTQ+ Community.
24/10/20236 minutes 28 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
24/10/20236 minutes 24 seconds
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Number of people using foodbanks on the rise

Kate Varley reports that there has been a significant increase in demand for food bank services.
24/10/20235 minutes 46 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Helen Donohue.
24/10/20234 minutes 42 seconds
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Flooding hits Kilkenny as wet weather continues

Michael Doyle, Cathaoirleach of Kilkenny County Council and Inistioge native, outlines yesterday’s flooding that saw firefighters evacuate pupils at St. Colmcille’s National School in the village and also gives an update on the situation in the county this morning.
24/10/20233 minutes 31 seconds
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Inside Gaza: One man's fear for his family in Gaza where 'safety does not exist'

Omar Ghried speaks to Cian McCormack from Gaza where his family's home has been destroyed in the conflict.
24/10/20237 minutes 1 second
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
24/10/20234 minutes 55 seconds
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Preparations continue for Israel's expected ground invasion of Gaza

Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner, IDF spokesperson, reacts to calls for a ceasefire to allow humanitarian supplies into Gaza.
24/10/20238 minutes 15 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
24/10/20233 minutes 49 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
24/10/20234 minutes 43 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
24/10/20232 minutes 43 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with floods and health budget on the agenda

Micheal Lehane, Political Correspondent, looks ahead to today's Cabinet meeting and the secretary general of Health and the head of HSE will appear before the Oireachtas Health Committee.
24/10/20235 minutes 15 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Aoife Kealy of Met Éireann.
24/10/20232 minutes 10 seconds
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Opposition: 'There are no short-term solutions to hospital overcrowding, this is like groundhog day'

David Cullinane, Sinn Féin Health Spokesperson, on the questions facing senior HSE and Department of Health representatives, as they prepare to appear before the Oireachtas Health Committee.
24/10/202310 minutes 45 seconds
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How secure are your passwords?

Dr. Hazel Murray from the Cybersecurity Education Group, Cyber Skills at Munster Technological University outlines the dos and don’ts when it comes to setting your passwords and the importance of keeping your digital accounts secure.
24/10/20234 minutes 52 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
23/10/20233 minutes 4 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Mark Bowe of Met Éireann.
23/10/20231 minute 19 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
23/10/20235 minutes 10 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
23/10/20233 minutes 50 seconds
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New weather warnings in place with country set to experience more rain

Gerry Murphy, Senior Forecaster with Met Éireann looks ahead to the possible impacts of a Status Orange rain warning in the south east of the country while Niall Healy, director of services at Cork County Council is expecting repeat flooding for some areas of east Cork.
23/10/20236 minutes 28 seconds
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Graham Norton apologises to Fermoy for guest's comments

Noel McCarthy, Chair of Fermoy Tidy Towns reacts to Graham Norton apologising for description of Cork town on his show.
23/10/20233 minutes 57 seconds
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Citizens' Assembly on Drug Use makes recommendations

Gino Kenny TD, People Before Profit, on the representations issued by the Citizens' Assembly on Drug Use.
23/10/20235 minutes 32 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Brian Finn.
23/10/20234 minutes 18 seconds
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Second convoy carrying aid has entered Gaza, according to the UN

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Tel Aviv on the latest developments in the Israel-Hamas conflict.
23/10/20235 minutes 31 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
23/10/20236 minutes 19 seconds
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Today marks 30 years since the Shankill bombing in Belfast

Conor Macauley, Northern Correspondent reports on the 30th anniversary of the Shankill bombing.
23/10/20234 minutes 37 seconds
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Businesses to receive up to €70,000 under flood relief scheme

Keran Dineen reports on a new flood relief scheme that is being put to Cabinet and Deirdre Garvey, Irish Red Cross, outlines how compensation claims will be processed following recent flooding in east Cork.
23/10/20239 minutes 37 seconds
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Fears grow for pregnant women in Gaza where healthcare facilities are on the brink

Dominic Allen, United Nations Population Fund, discusses the harrowing challenges facing pregnant women in Gaza.
23/10/20234 minutes 33 seconds
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Louth woman dies in New York in suspected murder-suicide

Laura Hogan, North East Correspondent, on the death of an Irish woman in New York, in a suspected murder-suicide.
23/10/20232 minutes 13 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
23/10/20237 minutes 31 seconds
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Paddy Cosgrave resigns as Web Summit CEO, conference set to go ahead

Jenny Darmody, Editor of Silicon Republic, on the resignation of Web Summit CEO Paddy Cosgrave following social media comments on the Israel-Hamas conflict.
23/10/20234 minutes 29 seconds
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Inside Gaza: 'It's really scary, every 10 minutes we hear a bombardment'

Irish- Palestinian, Aymen Shaheen tells our reporter Cian McCormack about life in Rafah where bombardment continues.
23/10/20237 minutes 28 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
20/10/20234 minutes
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
20/10/20236 minutes 1 second
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Clean-up continues in Midleton as Cork experiences more rain

Niall Healy, Director of Roads and Transportation at Cork County Council, has the latest on the clean-up operation in Midleton after the county was subjected to another night of rainfall.
20/10/20236 minutes 13 seconds
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Min. for Finance: 'Assessment of damage will take time but supports will be made available'

Michael McGrath, Minister for Finance, discusses what resources will be given to alleviate flooding in certain in towns.
20/10/202311 minutes 42 seconds
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US President Joe Biden delivers rare Oval Office address as he seeks billions in military aid for Israel

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, discusses the key points from US President Joe Biden's defence spending address to the nation.
20/10/20239 minutes 24 seconds
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'The last 24 hours has been a nightmare' - Reaction from Midleton

Business owner Eleanor Dunlea speaks about the devastation in Midleton in the aftermath of Storm Babet.
20/10/20235 minutes 57 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
20/10/20234 minutes 21 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Deirdre Lowe of Met Éireann.
20/10/20231 minute 44 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Susan Jackson.
20/10/20236 minutes 42 seconds
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Will storms like this week become more and more common with climate change?

Prof Peter Thorne, Maynooth University, discusses the issues the current storm and heavy rain is raising.
20/10/20232 minutes 55 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
20/10/20233 minutes 44 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
20/10/20233 minutes 16 seconds
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UN warns Middle East is on the 'edge of an abyss'

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, has the latest updates on the Israel-Hamas conflict from his base in Tel Aviv.
20/10/20237 minutes 15 seconds
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IFA presidential race underway with election set to take place in December

Joe MagRaollaigh, Agriculture Correspondent, discusses the issues dominating the IFA presidential race.
20/10/20233 minutes 46 seconds
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WHO says aid needs to get into Gaza now and warns deal struck by Biden with Israel and Egypt does not go far enough

Dr Richard Brennan, World Health Organization, outlines plans to send aid trucks into Gaza through Egyptian border crossing.
20/10/20237 minutes 29 seconds
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540 jobs at risk at formula factory in Limerick

Neil McGowan, SIPTU Organiser, discusses the reaction to the announcement that 540 jobs are under threat at the Wyeth Nutrition infant formula factory in Askeaton, Co Limerick.
19/10/20235 minutes 8 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
19/10/20233 minutes 20 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
19/10/20233 minutes 42 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Matthew Martin of Met Éireann.
19/10/20231 minute 36 seconds
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Should yesterday's weather warning have been red?

Eoin Sherlock, Head of Forecasting Division at Met Éireann, discusses the weather warnings which were issued to local authorities and the public ahead of Storm Babet.
19/10/20235 minutes 7 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
19/10/20235 minutes 37 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
19/10/20234 minutes 3 seconds
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Merchants Quay Ireland saw over 100% rise in people presenting as homeless last year

Eddie Mullins, CEO of Merchants Quay Ireland, outlines the findings of the homeless and drug service’s annual report for 2022.
19/10/20237 minutes 48 seconds
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Flooding in Midleton, Co. Cork following month's worth of rain in less than 24 hours

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, reports on flooding in Middleton, Co. Cork where homes and businesses have been deasted by flooding after Storm Babet.
19/10/202310 minutes 58 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
19/10/20233 minutes 38 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
19/10/20234 minutes 24 seconds
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Parts of Waterford also hit by Storm Babet

Fergus Galvin, Director of Services with responsibility for Roads, Water & Environment at Waterford City & County Council, provides an update in the aftermath of Storm Babet.
19/10/20233 minutes 34 seconds
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Just over €1.36 billion has now been spent on National Children's Hospital

Catherine Murphy, Leas-Chathaoirleach, Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee, reacts to latest estimates for National Children's Hospital.
19/10/20233 minutes 31 seconds
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Govt. developing new National Strategy to tackle disinformation

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, reports on the new National Strategy being developed by the government on countering disinformation.
19/10/20235 minutes 1 second
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Midleton schools and hospital affected by flooding from Storm Babet

Tess O’Donovan, Chief Officer for the Cork Kerry Community Healthcare Area, and Rhodri Mears, Principal of Midleton Educate Together National School, discuss the impact that yesterday’s flooding has had on the hospital, school and wider community.
19/10/20239 minutes 33 seconds
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Israel to allow aid into Gaza via Egypt

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Tel Aviv on the latest developments in the Israel-Hamas conflict.
19/10/20235 minutes 9 seconds
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Special report on the Safety and Welfare of Children in Direct Provision submitted by Ombudsman

Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs Correspondent, discusses the latest report from the Ombudsman for Children into the safety and welfare of children in Direct Provision.
19/10/20233 minutes 56 seconds
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Cleanup to begin in areas hit by flooding after Storm Babet

Ger Barry, Senior Engineer at Cork County Council, explains the clean-up measures put in place after Storm Babet led to flooding in Middleton.
19/10/20233 minutes 31 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
18/10/20233 minutes 9 seconds
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Hundreds feared dead after a huge explosion at a hospital in Gaza City

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent, reports from Jerusalem on the latest developments as the Israel-Hamas conflict continues to escalate.
18/10/20238 minutes 6 seconds
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Former adviser to Israeli and Palestinian Govts: 'Regardless of who it was, it needs to be condemned, it's a war crime'

Gershon Baskin, International Communities Organization, reacts to the latest developments as Israel-Hamas conflict death toll rises.
18/10/20239 minutes 47 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
18/10/20233 minutes 45 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
18/10/20233 minutes 9 seconds
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Israeli Ambassador to Ireland: 'completely wrong of media not to place blame where it belongs'

Dana Erlich, Israeli Ambassador to Ireland, responds to the rising death toll as Israel prepares for a ground offensive in Gaza.
18/10/202311 minutes 35 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Matthew Martin of Met Éireann.
18/10/20231 minute 45 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
18/10/20234 minutes 34 seconds
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Israeli military denies responsibility for hospital attack

Nibal Farsakh, Palestinian Red Crescent Society spokesperson, outlines the reaction following an air strike on a hospital in Gaza which has resulted in several hundred casualties.
18/10/20236 minutes 39 seconds
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New road safety education programme being launched today following increase in road deaths

Paula Hilman, Assistant Commissioner, outlines details of a new road safety programme being launched by An Garda Síochána.
18/10/20238 minutes 42 seconds
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Calls for Hormone Replacement Therapy to be free for all women who need it

Senator Pauline O’Reilly, Green Party Senator discusses the free hormonal treatment for women going through the menopause.
18/10/20235 minutes 25 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
18/10/20233 minutes 22 seconds
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US President Joe Biden arrives in Tel Aviv

Bel Trew, The Independent's Chief International Correspondent, reports from Tel Aviv as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues and intensifies.
18/10/20232 minutes 18 seconds
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Reaction from the West Bank to hospital strike

Mariam Barghouti, writer based in Ramallah, West Bank, on the bombing of a hospital in Gaza which has killed up to 500 people.
18/10/20233 minutes 44 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Pauric Lodge.
18/10/20234 minutes 15 seconds
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Tánaiste: Independent investigation by International Criminal Court should take place

Micheál Martin, Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, on the escalating conflict in Israel and Gaza.
18/10/20238 minutes 10 seconds
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New shop powered by Artificial Intelligence opens at Dublin Airport

Kate Varley reports on a new AI shop that has opened at Dublin Airport.
17/10/20234 minutes 11 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
17/10/20233 minutes 32 seconds
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Reports suggest suspect shot by police after two Swedish football fans killed in Brussels

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, has the latest after two Swedish nationals were shot dead in Brussels last night.
17/10/20236 minutes 19 seconds
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Strike by health and community workers called off

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, reports on the latest developments on planned strike action by health and social care workers in the community and voluntary sector.
17/10/20235 minutes 33 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
17/10/20233 minutes 29 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Rebecca Cantwell of Met Éireann.
17/10/20232 minutes 6 seconds
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Demand for services by human trafficking victims up 35% - report

Ailbhe Conneely, ocial affairs correspondent, on Ruhama's annual report.
17/10/20237 minutes 39 seconds
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Hamas demands release of '6,000 male and female prisoners in Israeli prisons'

Bel Trew, Chief International Correspondent with the UK Independent discusses the latest on the conflict between Israel and Hamas.
17/10/20237 minutes 19 seconds
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Multiple weather warnings issued with Storm Babet set to hit the country today

David Joyce, Director of Operations at Cork City Council, discusses the potential impacts of Storm Babet with heavy rain forecast for much of the country today and tomorrow.
17/10/20232 minutes 42 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
17/10/20234 minutes 22 seconds
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Cabinet meets today with energy credits on the agenda

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, looks ahead to today's busy Cabinet meeting that is expected to sign off on the payment dates for energy credits and extra welfare payments.
17/10/20235 minutes 37 seconds
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Higher penalty points on Bank Holiday weekends being proposed in new legislation

Susan Gray, PARC Road Safety Group, discusses new proposals for increased penalty points during Bank Holiday weekends.
17/10/20235 minutes 27 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
17/10/20235 minutes 36 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
17/10/20234 minutes 5 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
17/10/20236 minutes 28 seconds
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European Union leaders meeting this afternoon to discuss unfolding crisis in the Middle East

Peter Burke, Minister of State for European Affairs, discusses today’s European Council meeting called to address the escalating crisis in the Middle East.
17/10/20237 minutes 30 seconds
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World Health Organisation warns Gaza has less than 24 hours of water, electricity and fuel left

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent in Jerusalem, with the latest on the war between Israel and Hamas.
17/10/20237 minutes 2 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
16/10/20233 minutes 17 seconds
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Israel pressing ahead with preparations for a ground offensive in Gaza

Rania Abouzeid, Lebanon-based journalist & author, on the escalation of cross-border fire between Israel and Lebanon.
16/10/20235 minutes 6 seconds
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Lower risk of power cuts this winter compared to last year

Mark Foley, Chief Executive of EirGrid, outlines the operator of the national electricity grid’s Winter Outlook for 2023/24.
16/10/20237 minutes 7 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
16/10/20233 minutes 31 seconds
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Five men die in separate accidents on Irish roads over weekend

Marc O'Driscoll speaks with Dr. Kathryn Hayes of University of Limerick about the death of 21 year old student Joe Drennan and Cathy Halloran, Mid-West Correspondent, reports on his death following a hit and run.
16/10/20235 minutes 41 seconds
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UNICEF warns 'time is running out for children in Gaza'

Peter Power, Executive Director UNICEF Ireland, on the urgent need for aid to support children under siege in Gaza.
16/10/20236 minutes 23 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Linda Hughes of Met Éireann.
16/10/20231 minute 44 seconds
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Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vows to 'demolish Hamas'

Paul Cunningham, Correspondent in Tel Aviv, on Israel's preparations for a ground offensive in Gaza, amid warnings over the humanitarian situation facing millions of Palestinians in Gaza.
16/10/20239 minutes 9 seconds
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Exit polls suggest right-wing ruling party to lose majority in Poland

Liam Nolan, reports on the results of the first exit poll in Poland’s parliamentary election.
16/10/20234 minutes 1 second
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Ronan Kelly.
16/10/20233 minutes 18 seconds
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CEO of HSE warns funding for next year is is 'not adequate' to run health service

Dr Brian Turner, Health Economist at Cork University Business School at University College Cork, discusses the challenges facing the HSE.
16/10/20235 minutes 34 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
16/10/20236 minutes 14 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
16/10/20235 minutes 35 seconds
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Opposition calls for Min. for Health to come before the Dáil over 'deep concerns'

Duncan Smith, Labour Party health spokesperson outlines why he wants Stephen Donnelly to come before the Dáil on Tuesday.
16/10/20235 minutes 28 seconds
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EU struggling with its messaging around Middle East conflict

Tony Connolly, Europe Editor, on the impact of the conflict in the Middle East on the EU.
16/10/20233 minutes 58 seconds
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Damp summer leads to bumper pumpkin crop

Richard Odlum, Wexford pumpkin farmer, on the reasons behind this year's bumper pumpkin patch.
16/10/20232 minutes 23 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
16/10/20237 minutes 38 seconds
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Israel vows there will be no pause in siege of Gaza Strip until hostages are freed

Ehud Olmert, former Israeli Prime Minister, reacts to the events of recent days as Israel vows to “crush and destroy” Hamas.
13/10/20239 minutes 20 seconds
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Social media companies threatened with major penalties under new Digital Services Act

John Evans, Ireland's digital services commissioner, discusses the action taken by the European Commission against social media platforms over the spread of illegal content and disinformatino relating to the Middle East conflict.
13/10/20235 minutes 55 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
13/10/20233 minutes 4 seconds
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Israel calls for all civilians to leave Gaza City

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent at Reuters, has the latest from Israel, as a buildup of troops continues along the border with Gaza.
13/10/20239 minutes 30 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Getty Murphy of Met Éireann.
13/10/20231 minute 40 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
13/10/20233 minutes 36 seconds
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Calls for humanitarian corridor with civilians in Gaza without food, fuel or water

Laila Barhoum, Oxfam policy and advocacy manager, describes the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
13/10/20236 minutes 42 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
13/10/20233 minutes 10 seconds
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Age limit to join gardaí to be raised from 35 to 50

Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice outlines why the age limit for joining An Garda Síochána is to be raised to 50.
13/10/20238 minutes 48 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Carla O'Brien.
13/10/20237 minutes 14 seconds
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Ireland prepare for Rugby World Cup quarter-final showdown with New Zealand

Kate Varley speaks to Irish rugby fans at Dublin airport who are heading to Paris and Phil Werahiko, Kiwi rugby coach for Belvedere College, looks ahead to the Ireland v New Zealand match.
13/10/20234 minutes 39 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
13/10/20236 minutes 32 seconds
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Human remains found during search of Tina Satchwell's Cork house

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, has the latest on the Tina Satchwell murder investigation.
13/10/20235 minutes 36 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
13/10/20237 minutes 59 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
12/10/20232 minutes 58 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
12/10/20236 minutes 3 seconds
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Report shows considerable rise in EVs in Ireland

Tom Gillespie, Environmental Economist and author of DoneDeal's Motor Price Index explains how EVs have become so popular in Ireland.
12/10/20234 minutes 29 seconds
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Republicans in US pick Steve Scalise as their choice to be new Speaker of the House of Representatives

Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, on why Republicans have picked Steve Scalise as their choice to be the new Speaker of the House of Representatives after a secret vote.
12/10/20236 minutes 54 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
12/10/20236 minutes 34 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Petula Martyn.
12/10/20234 minutes 47 seconds
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RTÉ executives to appear before Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee today

Brian Stanley, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, on what he's hoping to hear from RTÉ executives, when they appear before TDs today.
12/10/202310 minutes 3 seconds
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INTO warns Budget will see 200 less teachers in country

John Boyle, General Secretary of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation, reacts to the Budget.
12/10/20235 minutes 15 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill.
12/10/20234 minutes 3 seconds
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President Michael D Higgins considering whether or not to refer Judicial Appointments Commission Bill to Supreme Court

Jim O'Callaghan, Fianna Fáil Justice Spokesperson and barrister on the Council of State convening a meeting to consider the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill.
12/10/20235 minutes 30 seconds
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Family confirm death of Irish-Israeli woman Kim Damti

Sinéad Hussey, Midlands Correspondent, discusses the death of Irish-Israeli woman Kim Damti.
12/10/20233 minutes 7 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
12/10/20233 minutes 40 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Liz Walshe of Met Éireann.
12/10/20232 minutes 6 seconds
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UN Secretary General calls for 'rapid and unimpeded' humanitarian access to Gaza

Maurice Cohen, chairman of the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland reflects on the death of Irish-Israeli woman Kim Damti and Nebal Farsakh, Palestinian Red Crescent Society spokesperson, describes the situation facing aid workers in Gaza as airstrikes intensify.
12/10/20239 minutes 1 second
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'Significant crisis' in Gaza Strip as hospital faces running out of power

Tom Bateman, Middle East Correspondent with BBC News, reports from Jerusalem as airstrikes in Gaza intensify.
12/10/20237 minutes 8 seconds
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Garda Cold Case Unit reviewing investigation of unsolved murder of Una Lynskey 52 years ago

Mick Clifford, Irish Examiner Special Correspondent, on the Garda review into the murder investigation of Una Lynskey 52 years ago, as well as the killing of another man who was wrongly linked with her death.
12/10/20236 minutes 12 seconds
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Weather Forecast

Presented by Deirdre Lowe of Met Éireann.
11/10/20231 minute 39 seconds
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Budget 2024 announced yesterday

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, takes a look at the winners and losers from Budget 2024.
11/10/20235 minutes 32 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
11/10/20236 minutes 8 seconds
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Towns on Israeli border said to be 'devastated' as death toll continues to rise

Bel Trew, UK Independent’s Chief International Correspondent, reports from Israel as the Israel-Hamas conflict continues to escalate.
11/10/20233 minutes 48 seconds
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Stark warnings over health and humanitarian situation in Gaza Strip

Rushdi Abu Alouf, BBC reporter in Gaza, has the latest on the conflict between Hamas and Israel, as airstrikes intensify on the Palestinian enclave.
11/10/20237 minutes 10 seconds
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IFAC raises concern over breach of National Spending Limit of 5%

Professor Michael McMahon, Chair of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council, lays out his concerns about the size of the Budget spend.
11/10/20233 minutes 56 seconds
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Tánaiste: 'Meeting everyone's needs was always going to be difficult'

Micheál Martin, Tánaiste and Fianna Fáil leader, discusses the measures announced in Budget 2024.
11/10/202318 minutes 23 seconds
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Holly Willoughby to leave ITV's This Morning after 14 years

Julian Druker, Correspondent with Channel 5 news in the UK, on the decision by Holly Willoughby, presenter of ITV's This Morning, to step down after 14 years.
11/10/20233 minutes 8 seconds
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Calls on gov. to stop relying on 'temporary measures' during ongoing inflation crisis

Colette Bennett, Economic and Social Analyst with Social Justice Ireland, discusses the potential impact of Budget 2024 on lower income households.
11/10/20235 minutes 9 seconds
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Gardaí now treating disappearance of 45-year-old Tina Satchwell as murder

Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, reports on the arrest, on suspicion of murder, made in the disappearance of 45-year-old Tina Satchwell from her home in Co Cork in March 2017.
11/10/20233 minutes 13 seconds
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7:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
11/10/20233 minutes 56 seconds
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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
11/10/20233 minutes 38 seconds
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Social Democrats: 'Budget was a missed opportunity'

Holly Cairns, leader of the Social Democrats, reacts to yesterday's budget announcement.
11/10/20236 minutes 22 seconds
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
11/10/20234 minutes 14 seconds
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
11/10/20236 minutes 33 seconds
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7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Fiona Kelly.
11/10/20233 minutes 11 seconds
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8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brian Jennings.
10/10/20236 minutes
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8:35am Sports News

Presented by Darren Frehill.
10/10/20235 minutes 41 seconds
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Death toll in Israel surpasses 1,600 as gov. orders 'complete siege' on Gaza

John Ray, International Correspondent for ITV News, reports from Tel Aviv in Israel as the government orders a "complete siege" on Gaza.
10/10/20238 minutes 3 seconds
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Dept. of Foreign Affairs seeking clarification from European Commission over development funding to Palestinians

Peter Burke, Minister of State for European Affairs, discusses the ongoing attacks in Gaza and Ireland's aid to Palestine.
10/10/20237 minutes
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7:50am Business News

Presented by Adam Maguire.
10/10/20233 minutes 28 seconds
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Israeli Defence Forces: 'Hamas attack on civilians called for serious response'

Lieutenant Masha Michelson, Spokesperson for the Israeli Defence Forces, on the escalating conflict in Israel and Gaza.
10/10/20239 minutes 49 seconds
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Budget 2024 set to be delivered today

Gabija Gataveckaite, Political Reporter, Irish Independent, discusses what measures are likely to be included in today’s Budget.
10/10/20237 minutes 34 seconds<