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News at One with Bryan Dobson

English, Foreign/International, 1 season, 1972 episodes, 6 days, 23 hours, 16 minutes
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News, sport, business and interviews with Bryan Dobson. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
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Another big night ahead for Irish athletics

Derval O'Rourke, Olympian and former Indoor World Champion
6/12/20244 minutes, 53 seconds
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Issues over access to CAHMs raised in the Dáil

We speak to our political correspondent, Mícháel Lehane
6/12/20246 minutes, 48 seconds
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Green Party records a mixed election outcome so far

We speak to Minister of State Ossian Smyth, Green Party Director of Elections for the local and European elections.
6/12/20247 minutes, 4 seconds
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Fourth recount of count number 10 in the Newbridge LEA

Gail Conway, our Midlands Correspondent brings us the latest
6/12/20242 minutes, 39 seconds
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The Fonz among those evacuated from the Shelbourne

We get the very latest from Eleanor Burnhill
6/12/20244 minutes, 19 seconds
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Nine Ireland MEPs still to be elected as counts resume

We get the latest from John Cooke in Castlebar and Brian O'Connell in Cork.
6/12/20244 minutes, 18 seconds
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Investigation after 5,000 fish die in Cork river

Joe Mag Raollaigh, Agriculture & Consumer Affairs Correspondent has the latest
6/11/20242 minutes, 51 seconds
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Ireland set to join EU military initiative

Dr Cathal Berry, Independent TD for Kildare South speaks to us
6/11/20245 minutes, 25 seconds
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Counting almost complete in local elections

Melissa Byrne, Aontú local election candidate in Co Kildare speaks to us
6/11/20244 minutes, 44 seconds
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Gary Glitter ordered to pay over half a million damages

Julian Druker, 5 News Correspondent reports
6/11/20244 minutes, 2 seconds
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After 4 days of counting just 1 MEP elected so far

Our reporters Brian O'Connell in Cork, John Cooke in Mayo and Kay Sheehy in Dublin, with analysis from our Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham
6/11/20248 minutes, 31 seconds
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Mawdsley leads Ireland into 4x400m relay final

Cathal Dennehy, Sports Journalist covering European Athletic Championships in Rome
6/11/20243 minutes, 59 seconds
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HC has begun hearing a dispute around insurance claims for aircraft stuck in Russia

Dyane Connor reports from the High Court
6/11/20242 minutes, 28 seconds
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Tight race for MEP seats as Euro votes counted

We get analysis from John Cooke in Midlands North West; Brian O'Connell in Ireland South and Kay Sheehy in Dublin.
6/10/20246 minutes, 8 seconds
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Refugees struggling to move out of Govt accommodation

We talk to Co-author of the report Keire Murphy.
6/10/20244 minutes, 7 seconds
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Highs and lows as 800 local council seats filled so far

We talk to father and son Baby and Britto Pereppadan, who both won a seat on the South Dublin County Council for Fine Gael; Carolyn Moore from the Green Party who won a seat despite many of hear leaflets not being delivered and James Stokes(18) of Sinn Féin who is just one vote behind his nearest rival.
6/10/20249 minutes, 48 seconds
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Macron gamble sees France facing 'consequential' election

Analysis from Dr Emmanuelle Schön-Quinlivan, lecturer in European politics at UCC.
6/10/20245 minutes, 12 seconds
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European Championships: Hopes high for Irish athletes after Mageean victory

Our Northern correspondent, Conor McAuley, talks to Ciara's parents, Catherine and Christopher Mageean and we talk to former indoor world champion and RTE analyst, Derval O'Rourke.
6/10/20248 minutes, 1 second
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First count in Limerick mayoral election expected later in afternoon

Our reporter Petula Martyn has the lateset.
6/10/20241 minute, 41 seconds
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RSA seeks increase in NCT and driver test fees

Justin McCarthy from RTÉ's This Week programme has the story
6/7/20243 minutes, 58 seconds
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No signs of Middle East breakthrough as death toll rises

Gregg Carlstrom, Middle East Correspondent at The Economist joins us
6/7/20246 minutes, 37 seconds
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Voting underway in local and Europe election

Our correspondents have the lunchtime turnout trends
6/7/20246 minutes, 30 seconds
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Search conditions off Galway coast 'challenging'

John Draper Divisional Controller for the Valentia Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre on the latest in their search
6/7/20241 minute, 34 seconds
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Pit Bull terrier shot after two people injured in Cork

Nanci Creedon, Irish/UK based dog behaviourist on why she's calling for certain breeds to be banned
6/7/20246 minutes, 2 seconds
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First week of Leaving Cert & Junior Cycle exams nearly over

Sean Stack, Principal of St Josephs in Fairview gives us his assessment of the first week of State exams
6/7/20242 minutes, 31 seconds
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Sunak apologises after leaving D-Day commemorations early

Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London on the UK election campaign
6/7/20243 minutes, 7 seconds
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Football ban for man found guilty of headbutting Roy Keane at the Emirates Stadium

Julian Druker, correspondent with Channel 5 news in London, was in court.
6/6/20242 minutes, 12 seconds
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At least 40 killed in Israeli strike on UN school in Gaza

We get the latest from Juliette Touma, Director of Communications at UNRWA - the UN Agency for Palestine Refugees.
6/6/20245 minutes, 2 seconds
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HPSC reports increased Covid activity in Ireland

We talk to Dr Éamonn O’Moore, Director of National Health Protection, National Health Protection Office.
6/6/20243 minutes, 20 seconds
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ECB cuts interest rates by quarter of a percentage point, after hikes since 2022

We hear analysis from Dr Loretta O'Sullivan, Chief Economist with EY and reaction from Minister for Finance Michael McGrath.
6/6/202413 minutes, 6 seconds
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Call for further delay to building waste levy

We talk to Brian Coogan, CEO Irish Plant Contactors Association.
6/6/20244 minutes, 8 seconds
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UNICEF says around a million people have been forced from Rafah

Peter Power, Executive Director of UNICEF who was in Lebanon last week
6/5/20243 minutes, 20 seconds
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Taxi driver on trial for rape of two women in Dublin

Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent
6/5/20243 minutes, 16 seconds
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Day 1 of the Leaving Cert & Junior Cycle exams

Emma O'Kelly, Education Correspondent reports from Drogheda, Co Louth
6/5/20242 minutes, 42 seconds
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Psychiatric nurses to be balloted for industrial action

Peter Hughes, General Secretary of the Psychiatric Nurses Association
6/5/20243 minutes, 17 seconds
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Investigation after 23-year-old woman dies in dog attack

Cathy Halloran, our Mid West Correspondent reports
6/5/20243 minutes, 16 seconds
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Justice Minister introducing fines for airlines for undocumented passengers

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee
6/5/202410 minutes, 53 seconds
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Supermac's wins Big Mac trademark case with McDonald's

Pat McDonagh, Managing Director of Supermac's give us his reaction
6/5/20243 minutes, 36 seconds
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Primary schools facing funding deficits as costs rise

Reporter Helen Donohoe speaks to Niamh Murray, Principal of Rutland School in Dublin 1 & General Sec of the CPSMA Seamus Mulconry also speaks to us
6/4/20246 minutes, 52 seconds
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US submits resolution to UN Security Council calling for implementation of ceasefire proposal

Secunder Kermani, Foreign Correspondent with Channel 4 News speaks to us
6/4/20245 minutes, 17 seconds
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Archbishop asked Pope to designate new cathedral & basilica in Dublin

Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Dermot Farrell speaks to us
6/4/20244 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nigel Farage launches campaign for UK general election

Lucy Fisher, Whitehall Editor of the Financial Times
6/4/20243 minutes, 41 seconds
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PSNI commission "independent review" of police surveillance of journalists

Patrick Corrigan of Amnesty International which is among the groups being consulted on the scope of the review
6/4/20244 minutes, 22 seconds
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Newborn babies abandoned in London found to be siblings

Enda Brady, London based journalist speaks to us
6/4/20242 minutes, 28 seconds
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Report estimates 1,100 excess deaths during pandemic

Taoisech & Tánaiste are asked whether a Covid Inquiry will be held here before a general election, While Roisin Shortall, Health Spokesperson with the Social Democrats speaks to us
6/4/20245 minutes, 56 seconds
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Sheinbaum makes history as Mexico's first woman president

We talk to Prof. Vanessa Rubio-Márquez, a former Mexican senator and currently a Dean for Extended Education at London School of Economics.
6/3/20244 minutes, 47 seconds
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Overseas visitors spent average of €1,033 on trips here in April - CSO

We talk to Michael Magner President of the Irish Hotels Federation and owner of Cork's Vienna Woods Hotel about the tourist season ahead for hoteliers. 
6/3/20244 minutes, 10 seconds
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Investigation after man's body found in Co Monaghan

Our reporter Colman O'Sullivan has the latest from Clones.
6/3/20241 minute, 41 seconds
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Man arrested over death of woman in Co Down

Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney reports.
6/3/20242 minutes, 44 seconds
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Pay increases for childcare sector after agreement

Darragh O'Connor, SIPTU Head of Campaigns
6/3/20245 minutes, 7 seconds
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Consumers struggle to identify 'greenwashing' in ads - research

Dr Shane Timmons, Senior Research Officer, ESRI on findings that consumers are often confused by "greenwashing"
5/31/20246 minutes, 29 seconds
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US election race in uncharted territory after Trump verdict

Our reporter Carole Coleman talks to Washington DC based Republican strategist John Feehery and we get analysis from Niall Stanage, White House columnist at with The Hill.
5/31/20247 minutes, 37 seconds
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Former judge jailed for four years for sexually assaulting six boys

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports.
5/31/20244 minutes
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Frontline gardaí in Dublin start wearing bodycams

Our reporter Fergal O'Brien reports.
5/31/20243 minutes, 59 seconds
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Last day for sale of non-logo cans and plastic bottles

Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh explains this is due to the return scheme requiring return logos.
5/31/20243 minutes, 16 seconds
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South Africa election results show ANC set to lose majority

Analysis from the BBC's Correspondent Nomsa Maeska in Johannesburg.
5/31/20244 minutes, 59 seconds
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109 asylum seekers offered accommodation

TD Jim O' Callaghan (FF) reacts to the latest removal of asylum seekers to alternative accommodation
5/30/20246 minutes, 32 seconds
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Children's hospital contractor playing a 'slow bicycle race', PAC hears

PAC Deputy Chair Catherine Murphy reacts to the latest news
5/30/20246 minutes, 1 second
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Canal bank encampment removed

Carole Coleman reports from the dismantling of a tented encampment at Dublin's Wilton Place
5/30/20242 minutes, 49 seconds
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UK Parliament dissolves ahead of election

Lucy Fisher is Whitehall editor with the Financial Times
5/30/20243 minutes, 5 seconds
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NATO meets as pressure grows to let Ukraine hit Russia

We've been talking to Shashank Joshi - Defence Editor at The Economist
5/30/20244 minutes, 44 seconds
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Feb 2025 new completion date for Children's Hospital

Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports on PAC revelations
5/30/20244 minutes, 23 seconds
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Three men on trial over murder of journalist Lyra McKee

Our Northern Correspondent Conor Macauley on the opening of the trial in Belfast
5/30/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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Israel sends tanks into Rafah amid Gaza-wide offensive

Kim Sengupta, Defence & Diplomatic Editor with the UK Independent
5/29/20246 minutes, 1 second
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South Africa goes to the polls

John Robbie, Broadcaster and Journalist in South Africa speaks to us
5/29/20245 minutes, 29 seconds
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Profits at Dublin & Cork Airport operator daa soar by 80%

Kenny Jacobs, CEO of Dublin & Cork Airports operator daa
5/29/20244 minutes, 13 seconds
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CIF says 48-50% of new build homes are timber framed

Hubert Fitzpatrick, Director General of the Construction Industry Federation tells us more
5/29/20244 minutes, 8 seconds
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Jurors due to begin deliberations in Donald Trump trial

Washington Correspondent Sean Whelan reports
5/29/20245 minutes, 27 seconds
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Taoiseach keeping excise fuel hikes under review

Taoiseach Simon Harris responds to Sinn Féin leader, Mary Lou McDonald during Leaders Questions
5/29/20241 minute, 13 seconds
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Drivers to face mandatory drug testing after road crashes

Minister of State Jack Chambers and our reporter Maggie Doyle on the new road safety measures being introduced
5/29/20244 minutes, 25 seconds
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Where are Ireland's 2,000 homeless male asylum seekers?

We talk to Louisa Santoro who is chief executive of the Mendicity homeless charity
5/28/20244 minutes, 23 seconds
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Recognising Palestine rewarding Hamas for terrorism - leader of Irish-Jewish communiy

We talk to Maurice Cohen, chairman of the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland.
5/28/20246 minutes, 14 seconds
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Ireland's longest living heart recipient celebrates 38 years since transplant

Andy Kavanagh talks to our Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers.
5/28/20243 minutes, 54 seconds
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7 killed, dozens hurt in Israeli strike on Rafah camp, say Gaza health officials

We talk to Irish Palestinian surgeon Dr Ahmed El Mokhallalati who is currently working from field hospitals in Rafah and Deir Al-Balah.
5/28/20246 minutes, 30 seconds
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Palestinian recognition about 'keeping hope alive' - Taoiseach

Political analysis from our correspondent Paul Cunningham.
5/28/20244 minutes, 7 seconds
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Ukraine faces its worst crisis since the war began

We talk to BBC Correspondent Jeremy Bowen.
5/28/20245 minutes, 43 seconds
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World Organisation says 'no words' to describe struggle of treating Gaza injured

We talk to WHO spokesperson Tarik Jašarevic.
5/27/20247 minutes, 38 seconds
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Basic Income scheme for arts having 'positive' effect

Our Arts and Media Correspondent Evelyn O'Rourke reports.
5/27/20243 minutes, 3 seconds
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Two arrested after man dies after alleged assault in Kerry

Our Correspondent Conor Kane reports.
5/27/20241 minute, 54 seconds
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Cost-of-living measures 'must be a focus' of Budget 2025 - Harris

Analysis on today's National Economic Dialogue Forum from Stephen Kinsella, Professor of Economics at University of Limerick and chief economics writer with The Currency.
5/27/20245 minutes, 40 seconds
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ICCL expresses dismay as 'toxic' algorithms not covered by online safety code

We talk to Dr Johnny Ryan of the ICCL.
5/27/20245 minutes, 42 seconds
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EU discusses possible Israel sanctions over ICJ ruling - Martin

Our Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports.
5/27/20243 minutes, 56 seconds
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Jennifer Zamperelli bids farewell to 2FM

Arts and Media Correspondent Evelyn O'Rourke on the latest high profile departure and 2FM reaction
5/24/20246 minutes, 43 seconds
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Rishi Sunak makes election visit to Belfast

Our Northern Editor, Vincent Kearney has the details
5/24/20245 minutes, 13 seconds
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Bill to allow Irish citizens born in the Republic to apply for British citizenship after 5 years

Irish News columnist David McCann explains the background to this
5/24/20243 minutes, 33 seconds
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ICJ to rule on request to halt Israel's Rafah offensive

Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic Editor with the UK independent previews the decision
5/24/20245 minutes, 21 seconds
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Tourists among dead in Mallorca building collapse

James Badcock, Telegraph Journalist in Spain has the latest on the search for survivors in roof collapse in which 4 people were and 16 others were injured others
5/24/20242 minutes, 57 seconds
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New revenue guidance on classifying workers for tax

Declan Harmon, Barrister and member of the Employment Bar Association explains
5/24/20245 minutes, 30 seconds
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Gaming enthusiasts and industry leaders to gather at Dublin's RDS for GamerFest

Our Work & Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan tells us about GamerFest and the growing gaming industry here
5/24/20243 minutes, 25 seconds
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Romanian author and translator win Dublin Literary Award

Mircea Cartarescu speaks to Arts and Media Correspondent Evelyn O'Rourke
5/23/20241 minute, 56 seconds
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Bergamo celebrates Europa League Final

Sergio Gandi deputy Mayor of Bergamo on the big football win last night in Dublin
5/23/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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Israel's reaction to Ireland's recognition of Palestinian state

Dan Williams, Reuters Jerusalem Correspondent has the latest
5/23/20242 minutes, 48 seconds
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UK leaders kick off election campaigns

Campaign analysis from Ailbhe Rea, Associate Editor Bloomberg UK and Freya McClemens, Northern Editor, The Irish Times
5/23/20247 minutes, 43 seconds
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International Protection applicants to be means tested under new rules

John Lannon, CEO of Doras and Enterprise, Trade and Employment minister Peter Burke react on the means testing of IPAS allowances
5/23/202414 minutes, 38 seconds
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Former British Post Office CEO weeps at inquiry

We talk to Alex Thomson, Chief Correspondent with Channel 4 News who was at today's inquiry.
5/22/20244 minutes, 5 seconds
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Families of victims of violent deaths appeal for supports

Our reporter Karen Creed has been speaking to families affected by homicide.
5/22/20245 minutes, 46 seconds
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Ireland to formally recognise state of Palestine

We talk to Tánaiste and Foreign Minister Mícheál Martin and our reporter Kieran Dineen talks to members of the Palestinian community in Ireland.
5/22/202415 minutes, 52 seconds
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'Very little left of Palestine to recognise' - Trocaire

CEO of Trocaire Caoimhe DeBarra outlines the implications of recognition of the State of Palestine and the situation on the ground in Gaza. 
5/22/20245 minutes, 7 seconds
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Hearing in July to decide whether Donaldson charges go to trial

Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney reports.
5/22/20242 minutes, 33 seconds
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Barricades erected as tents cleared along Grand Canal in Dublin

Maggie Doyle reports.
5/21/20244 minutes, 40 seconds
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Status Orange thunderstorm warning issued for 5 counties

We talk to Joanna Donnelly of Met Eireann.
5/21/20243 minutes, 18 seconds
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Largest intertwining rollercoaster in Europe opens in Meath

Our Eastern Correspondent Sam Liberi reports.
5/21/20243 minutes, 34 seconds
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Israel, Hamas reject ICC bid to arrest leaders for war crimes

Analysis from Bronwen Maddox, Director of think-tank Chatham House.
5/21/20244 minutes, 19 seconds
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No evidence Dublin City Council reimbursed firms who paid protection money - report

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports. 
5/21/20244 minutes, 39 seconds
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Drive It with The 2 Johnnies to end on RTÉ 2FM

Our Arts and Media Correspondent Evelyn O'Rourke reports.
5/21/20243 minutes, 23 seconds
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Cabinet considers plan to extend Dart to Drogheda

We talk to the Minister at the Department of Environment, Climate and Communications and the Department of Transport, Eamon Ryan.
5/21/20249 minutes, 43 seconds
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Purchase scams on the rise, Bank of Ireland warns

We talk to Paul O'Brien, head of group security at Bank of Ireland about a new wave of scams.
5/20/20243 minutes, 20 seconds
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UK infected blood report finds NHS and govt covered up scandal

We talk to Nigel Hamilton, who along with his late twin brother Simon, were among 105 people from Northern Ireland affected.
5/20/20245 minutes, 39 seconds
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Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi killed in helicopter crash

Analysis from Fawaz Gerges, Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics.
5/20/20245 minutes, 6 seconds
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ICC seeks arrest warrants for Netanyahu, Hamas leaders

Our Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports.
5/20/20245 minutes, 25 seconds
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Pace of rise in advertised rents slowed in first quarter - Daft

We talk to Ronan Lyons, Associate Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin.
5/20/20243 minutes, 28 seconds
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'Additional capacity' for asylum seekers this week - O'Gorman

Eleanor Burhill reports from the Grand Canal.
5/20/20244 minutes, 33 seconds
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Call for citizen scientists to help monitor wild and native honey bee population

Professor Grace Mc Cormack , Head of the School of Natural Sciences at University of Galway.
5/20/20242 minutes, 57 seconds
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Dublin Monaghan bombing: 'Not acceptable' to ask people to 'move on' - President

Carole Coleman speaks to families gathered in Talbot Street while Laura Hogan looks ahead at events in Monaghan to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the bombings.
5/17/202411 minutes, 57 seconds
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Chronic pain sufferer awarded €185,000 in settlement against former employer

Our Northern Correspondent Conor McAuley reports.
5/17/20243 minutes, 57 seconds
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Dublin Monaghan bombing: Families seek greater transparency in quest for justice

We talk to Kevin Winters, solicitor representing some of the families.
5/17/20248 minutes
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M50 closed northbound from J7 after 'serious collision'

Our reporter Kate Varley has the details.
5/17/20241 minute, 12 seconds
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Vatican announces new rules to authenticate miracles

We talk to Elise Ann Allen who works as a Senior Correspondent for Crux in Rome.
5/17/20245 minutes, 53 seconds
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Plans to tackle beaches with poor bathing water quality

Niall Horgan of Irish Water on the plan to improve water quality at five beaches that scored poorly on bathing water.
5/16/20244 minutes, 9 seconds
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Public sector workers call for higher starting salaries

Our Work and Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan reports from the Forsa conference in Killarney.
5/16/20242 minutes, 1 second
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Almost 100 migrant tents now on along canal

Our reporter Carole Coleman reports from the area.
5/16/20246 minutes, 38 seconds
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Grandmother, 74, jailed over €28,000 insurance fraud

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
5/16/20245 minutes, 14 seconds
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Five Israeli soldiers killed in friendly fire in Gaza, says military

Analysis from Dr Patrick Bury, Senior Lecturer in Defence and Strategic Studies at the University of Bath and a former NATO analyst.
5/16/20245 minutes, 14 seconds
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Murder inquiry as women found dead in Belfast house

Allison Morris, crime correspondent with the Belfast Telegraph reports.
5/16/20241 minute, 49 seconds
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Man charged with attempted murder of Slovak prime minister - minister

We talk to the Director of Slovak Centre Ireland Rastislav Blazek and Lisette Reymer, Europe Correspondent with Newshub in Bratislava. 
5/16/20244 minutes, 16 seconds
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Govt considers Thornton Hall site for large-scale tented accommodation

Our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane reports.
5/16/20242 minutes, 11 seconds
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Former NI First Minister rejects claim of 'sleepwalking' into pandemic Our Northern

Our Northern Correspondent Conor McAuley reports from the UK's Covid Inquiry sitting in Beflast. 
5/15/20244 minutes, 9 seconds
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Harris updates King of Jordan on recognition of Palestinian State

Analysis from our Europe Editor Tony Connelly.
5/15/20245 minutes, 42 seconds
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International doctors call for visa reform to allow families to join them

Our Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers reports.
5/15/20243 minutes, 33 seconds
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Aid agencies warn fraction of aid reaching them amid row over Gaza crossings

We talk to Guillemette Thomas, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Medical Coordinator for Palestine.
5/15/20244 minutes, 3 seconds
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Escaped French prisoner has long history of violent crime

Catherine Guilyardi, Freelance Journalist in Paris, has the latest as a manhunt for an inmate continues in France.
5/15/20244 minutes, 39 seconds
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Rent Pressure Zone rules extended to 2025 as house prices continue to rise

We talk to Una Burns Head of Advocacy and Communications with Limerick based housing agency Novas.
5/15/20245 minutes, 22 seconds
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E-scooters banned for under-16s from next Monday

We talk to Geraldine Herbert, Motoring Editor with the Sunday Independent.
5/15/20243 minutes, 19 seconds
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Georgia adopts 'foreign influence' law despite protests

Paraic O’Brien, Foreign Correspondent with Channel 4 News, has the latest from Tbilisi as Georgia's parliament is expected to give final approval to a controversial "foreign agent" law.
5/14/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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Warnings of possible interruptions to supply of medicines used to treat ADHD

Ken Kilbride, Chief Executive of ADHD Ireland, discusses warnings from the Health Product Regulatory Authority of possible shortages in the medication used to treat the condition.
5/14/20243 minutes, 23 seconds
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Defective block scheme expanded to include Sligo properties

We talk to Thomas Healy, PRO of Sligo Pyrite Action Group and Sinn Féin councillor.
5/14/20244 minutes, 18 seconds
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Zelensky hails US military aid, seeks air defences as Blinken visits Kyiv

We're joined from Ukraine by journalist Emmanuelle Chaze who's near the north eastern border.
5/14/20244 minutes, 24 seconds
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Payments for Ukrainian refugees to be cut under Govt plan

We talk to the Ukrainian community about government plans to reduce entitlements of those in state accommodation including Anatoliy Prymakov of Ukrainian Action in Ireland. Analysis from our Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham.
5/14/202412 minutes, 8 seconds
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O'Neill 'sorry for going' to Storey funeral amid pandemic

Our Northern Correspondent Conor McAuley reports from the UK's Covid Inquiry sitting in Belfast.
5/14/20246 minutes, 9 seconds
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NI Covid inquiry hears of frustration over media leaks

Sam McBride, Northern Ireland Editor of the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Independent.
5/13/20243 minutes, 53 seconds
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Belfast court rules UK Rwanda law not applicable in NI

We talk to Sinead Marmion, immigration solicitor with Phoenix Law in Belfast, who took the case.
5/13/20244 minutes, 43 seconds
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Penneys security guard jailed for sexually assaulting girl, 15

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
5/13/20242 minutes, 38 seconds
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Russia claims troops enter border town near Kharkiv

We get analysis from Dr Jenny Mathers, Senior Lecturer in International Politics at Aberystwyth University.
5/13/20243 minutes, 50 seconds
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Ireland has 'lost a year' on sustainable electricity development roll-out, says CCAC

We get reaction from Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, and Transport, Eamon Ryan.
5/13/20249 minutes, 29 seconds
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GAA president Jarlath Burns 'very surprised' by Government criticism of GAAGO

We talk to Marty Morrissey, Gaelic Games Correspondent.
5/13/20243 minutes, 36 seconds
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Smoking age to rise to 21 under planned new legislation

Vincent Jennings from the Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association reacts to plans to raise the legal age for buying cigarettes and other tobacco products to 21.
5/13/20244 minutes, 55 seconds
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Cases of whooping cough on the rise

Mayo GP Scott Walkin says pregnant women should get vaccinated
5/10/20244 minutes, 15 seconds
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30 more tents pitched along Dublin's Grand Canal

Reporter Eithne Dodd is on the Grand Canal for us
5/10/20246 minutes, 25 seconds
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Calls to avoid cashless society

Carole Coleman speaks to older people and Catherine Mc Guigan, Age Friendly Ireland says supports are available
5/10/20246 minutes
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Excitement builds for Eurovision final

Michael O’Kane - founder of Eurovision Hub, a platform for Eurovision fanatics talks to Gavin
5/10/20245 minutes, 56 seconds
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UN set to back Palestinian membership bid

Reporter Orly Halpern in Jerusalem has the latest
5/10/20247 minutes, 59 seconds
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Call for inquiry into claims of police spying on journalists

We talk to Patrick Corrigan of Amnesty International Northern Ireland.
5/9/20244 minutes, 39 seconds
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Tents removed from Grand Canal, asylum seekers relocated

We talk to Integration Minister Roderic O'Gorman and get opposition reaction from SF Social Protection spokesperson Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire.
5/9/202413 minutes, 36 seconds
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Emergency care capacity in midwest to be reviewed by HIQA

We talk to Health Minister Stephen Donnelly. 
5/9/20246 minutes, 49 seconds
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Woody the Labrador helps rid Rathlin of ferrets 

We talk to Michael Rafferty fieldwork manager with environmental group LIFE Raft. 
5/9/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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AstraZeneca withdraws Covid-19 vaccine

We get analysis from Kingston Mills, Professor of Experimental Immunology at TCD.
5/9/20243 minutes, 2 seconds
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Number of tents pitched along Grand Canal rises to 100

We talk to Aubrey McCarthy is from the Tiglin charity about the situation here. We also hear from Lou Calvey Director of the UK Charity, Asylum Matters about the situation facing asylum seekers in Britain.
5/8/20247 minutes, 57 seconds
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Aid agencies moving staff out of eastern Rafah

We talk to Unicef Director Peter Power.
5/8/20245 minutes, 27 seconds
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Decision on RTE funding due before summer - Minister

We talk to Media Minister Catherine Martin following the publication of separate reports into RTE.
5/8/202411 minutes, 44 seconds
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Global temperature records broken for 11 months in a row

We talk to with Julien Nicolas Senior Climate Scientist for the Copernicus Climate Change Service at the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts.
5/8/20243 minutes, 7 seconds
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One person arrested for intoxicated driving each hour over weekend

We talk to Chief Superintendent Jane Humphries of the Garda National Roads Policing Bureau.
5/8/20244 minutes, 34 seconds
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Man jailed for life for murders of three siblings in Dublin

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports.
5/7/20244 minutes, 26 seconds
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High hopes as Bambi Thug takes to the Eurovision stage in Sweden

Our Arts and Media Correspondent Evelyn O'Rourke reports from Sweden.
5/7/20245 minutes, 23 seconds
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Three reports into RTÉ to be considered by Cabinet

Our Work and Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan looks ahead to today's cabinet meeting.
5/7/20244 minutes, 10 seconds
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Increase in number of tents pitched beside Dublin's Grand Canal

Our reporter Karen Creed has the latest and we talk to Labour leader Ivana Bacik. 
5/7/20244 minutes, 48 seconds
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Israel sends tanks into Rafah and seizes key crossing

We talk to Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent with Reuters in Jerusalem.
5/7/20244 minutes, 27 seconds
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Tens of thousands in peril as aid crossings closed in Rafah - WHO

We talk to Dr Mike Ryan, Director of the World Health Organisation's Health Emergencies Programme about the situation in Gaza.
5/7/20247 minutes, 29 seconds
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Gardaí believe Drimnagh murder linked to feud

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports. 
5/7/20241 minute, 32 seconds
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First Government building undergoes deep retrofitting

Our Correspondent Carole Colman reports on the retrofit of the former Labour Court at Beggars Bush in Dublin. 
5/6/20244 minutes, 6 seconds
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Israel military calls on Palestinian civilians to evacuate parts of Rafah

We talk to Dr Margaret Harris of the World Health Organisation about the implications of an incursion on the healthcare facilities in Rafah. 
5/6/20243 minutes, 43 seconds
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Over 70 tents remain at Grand Canal after Mount Street tents removed

We talk to Dermot Lacey, Labour Party councillor in the area affected. 
5/6/20244 minutes, 57 seconds
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Three arrests after young man shot dead in Dublin

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports. 
5/6/20243 minutes, 28 seconds
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Sprint relay teams setting new national records

Reaction and analysis from Derval O'Rourke.
5/6/20243 minutes, 37 seconds
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Bryan Dobson thanks listeners on final broadcast

Veteran broadcaster Bryan Dobson bids farewell on his final broadcast after 37 years at RTE
5/3/20242 minutes, 11 seconds
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Families and homes "should be out of bounds" - Taoiseach

Simon Harris speaks from Belfast on asylum accommodation, and protests at his home
5/3/20248 minutes, 39 seconds
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China launches mission to far side of moon

Leo Enright, space commentator and former RTÉ broadcaster explains
5/3/20243 minutes, 40 seconds
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Irish-Palestinian flees Gaza for Ireland

Bryan speaks to Zak Hania, who has departed Rafah and will be reunited with his family in Ireland
5/3/20246 minutes, 34 seconds
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UK Conservatives hit by a string local election defeats

Our Correspondent Fiona Mitchell is in London
5/3/20244 minutes, 14 seconds
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Taoiseach meets Northern Ireland leaders

NI Justice Minister Naomi Long on the meeting today in Belfast with Simon Harris
5/3/20243 minutes, 41 seconds
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Concern over tobacco black market

Benny Gilsenan, Retailers Against Smuggling, explains the problem
5/3/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Two people in their 90s on housing list in Kerry

Carole Coleman speaks to Kerry County Councillor Marie Maloney of the Labour Party
5/2/20244 minutes, 16 seconds
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Risks to patients not 'fully managed' in UHL, HIQA finds

Fergal Bowers our Health Correspondent has the details
5/2/20243 minutes, 9 seconds
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Man arrested over public order offences at Wicklow hotel

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent reports
5/2/20242 minutes, 12 seconds
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Committee to discuss plan for faster asylum applications

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent reports from Leinster House
5/2/20244 minutes, 7 seconds
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Police move in to dismantle student protest camp at UCLA

Steve Futterman, journalist reports from LA
5/2/20244 minutes, 6 seconds
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Limited Dart service over May Bank Holiday weekend

Jane Cregan, Iarnród Éireann Communications on how there will be no Dart service between Grand Canal Dock and Bray over the weekend
5/2/20242 minutes, 20 seconds
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69 people killed on roads so far this year

Assistant Commissioner for Roads Policing Paula Hillman speaks to us
5/2/20242 minutes, 50 seconds
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School-aged Children survey found increase in incidence of cyberbullying

Aoife Gavin, Senior Researcher and co-author of Irish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children survey speaks to us
5/2/20243 minutes, 55 seconds
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BBC raises alleged surveillance of journalist by police

Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary of the National Union of Journalists
5/2/20245 minutes, 16 seconds
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Police clash with protesters in Georgia over proposed bill

Analysis from Donnacha Ó Beacháin, Professor of Politics at DCU.
5/1/20244 minutes, 39 seconds
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Over 30 Troubles related inquests shut down as NI Legacy Act takes effect

We talk to Irish Times Northern Editor Freya McClements.
5/1/20245 minutes, 19 seconds
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Sites at Citywest and Crooksling accommodating asylum seekers

We talk to Integration Minister Roderic O'Gorman.
5/1/20249 minutes, 40 seconds
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Ireland a 'clear outlier' with large households - ESRI

We talk to the author of the reporter Conor O'Toole from the ESRI.
5/1/20244 minutes
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Violent clashes at UCLA pro-Palestinian campus protest

We get analysis from Caitriona Perry, BBC News Chief Presenter.
5/1/20245 minutes, 28 seconds
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People moved from Mount St tents as encampment dismantled

Our reporter Kate Varley has the latest from Mount Street, while Dyane Connor reports from Crooksling.
5/1/20243 minutes, 39 seconds
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Cabinet considers emergency legislation to return migrants to UK

Analysis from former AG Senator Michael McDowell.
4/30/20244 minutes, 51 seconds
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14-year-old boy dies, four injured in London sword attack - police

London based reporter Vincent McAviney has the latest.
4/30/20242 minutes, 49 seconds
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Cabinet told up to 90% of asylum seekers have travelled from Northern Ireland this year

Our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane reports.
4/30/20243 minutes, 8 seconds
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Majority of sexual assault, attempted murder victims knew offender - CSO

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
4/30/20243 minutes, 7 seconds
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Legal uncertainty over Irish-UK migration agreement

We talk to Sinead Marmion, immigration lawyer with Pheonix Law in Belfast.
4/30/20245 minutes, 59 seconds
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'The damage is evident' - growers keen to avail of ash dieback scheme

We hear from Simon White, vice chair of the IFA Forestry Committee.
4/30/20245 minutes, 12 seconds
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Families hear UK Covid Inquiry begin in Belfast

Our Northern Correspondent Conor McAuley reports.
4/30/20245 minutes, 58 seconds
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British-Irish meeting overshadowed by migration row

We talk to Alliance MP Stephen Farry with analysis from Peter Cardwell, Chief Commentator with TalkTV and former government advisor.
4/29/202414 minutes, 12 seconds
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Former judge to be sentenced next month over sexual abuse

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports.
4/29/20244 minutes, 38 seconds
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Survey shows one in eight people continue to dump small electrical items in household bins

We talk to Leo Donovan, CEO , WEEE Ireland .
4/29/20243 minutes, 52 seconds
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Recommendations on future funding of Road Safety Authority due

We talk to RSA chair Liz O'Donnell.
4/29/20246 minutes, 34 seconds
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More non-religious weddings in 2023 - CSO

Barbara Ryan, Wedding celebrant on the trend
4/26/20243 minutes, 1 second
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10,180 in emergency accommodation in March

Director, Dublin Region Homeless Executive Mary Hayes tells Bryan about latest figures
4/26/20246 minutes, 13 seconds
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Man jailed for 11 and half years for rape of daughter

Legal Affairs correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports
4/26/20244 minutes, 16 seconds
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New inquest for 15 killed in McGurk's Bar bombing

Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney reports
4/26/20243 minutes, 20 seconds
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Weinstein guilty verdict overturned

Journalist Harriet Alexander explains the ruling
4/26/20244 minutes, 22 seconds
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Garda Commissioner condems violence at Wicklow protest site

Carole Coleman speaks to Drew Harris and locals in Newtownmountkennedy about protests over tented accommodation
4/26/20246 minutes, 18 seconds
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Bankinter to expand Irish services through Avant Money

Michael Dowling of Dowling Financial on increased competition for the Irish banking market
4/26/20244 minutes, 16 seconds
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New home completions down 12% in first quarter of 2024

Dr John McCartney, BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland speaks to us
4/25/20245 minutes, 15 seconds
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Venice begins charging day-trippers to enter city

Vera Montengoli freelance journalist speaks to us from Venice
4/25/20243 minutes, 20 seconds
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Parents of Israeli-American hostage in Gaza urge him to 'stay strong''

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent with Reuters in Jerusalem
4/25/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Gardaí need to do more to protect vulnerable children in state care at risk of sexual exploitation - Policing Authority

Dr Elaine Byrne, Chair of the Policing Authority on their latest report on Oversight of Policing Response to Child Sexual Abuse
4/25/20244 minutes, 11 seconds
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Motorcyclist dies in Carlow

Fergal O'Brien reports from Carlow
4/25/20242 minutes, 3 seconds
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UHL ED 'like a death trap' when teen presented - doctor

Western Correspondent Pat Mcgrath reports
4/25/20243 minutes, 51 seconds
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Ireland taking part in global cybersecurity exercise

Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent reports
4/25/20242 minutes, 35 seconds
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Deadline for postal vote applications two weeks away

Tim Carey, Head of Electoral Operations with An Coimisiún na meán
4/25/20245 minutes, 14 seconds
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Tánaiste visits refugee camp during Middle East visit

Tanaiste Micheál Martin speaking in Jordan.
4/24/20242 minutes, 1 second
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8 out of every 10 asylum seekers arriving through NI - McEntee

We talk to Justice Minister Helen McEntee.
4/24/202410 minutes, 55 seconds
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Govt pledges new housing target of 250k homes between 2025 and 2030

We get reaction from Marian Finnegan, MD of Sherry Fitzgerald.
4/24/20244 minutes, 32 seconds
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Jeffrey Donaldson charged with 11 historical sexual offences, including rape

Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney reports.
4/24/20243 minutes
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Runaway cavalry horses spooked by noise and bolted through London

We talk to London based journalist Enda Brady.
4/24/20242 minutes, 46 seconds
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'Tragedy' that teenager waited 15 hours for antibiotics, inquest told

Our Western Correspondent Pat McGrath reports.
4/24/20243 minutes, 4 seconds
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ED staff were in 'an impossible situation', inquest told

Our Western Correspondent Pat McGrath reports on the second day of the inquest into the death of teenager Aoife Johnston.
4/23/20244 minutes, 13 seconds
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Double-digit growth in price of farmland in 2023 - report

Jason Loughrey, Research Officer with Teagasc Rural Economy and Development Programme.
4/23/20243 minutes, 39 seconds
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NI post masters to have names cleared under new law

We talk to Lee Williamson, former post master of Portstewart.
4/23/20245 minutes, 3 seconds
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'We need justice to be served' - Stardust families

Helen Donohoe speaks to some of the families and relatives who've gathered at Leinster House today & Mary Regan of our political staff reports on proceedings.
4/23/20249 minutes, 6 seconds
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At least five die in attempt to cross English Channel

Five die in attempt to cross English Channel Charlotte Khan, Head of Advocacy and Public Affairs with Care4Calais.
4/23/20243 minutes, 25 seconds
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'Difficult to comprehend' Gaza bombing campaign - Martin

Tanáiste Mícheál Martin was speaking at a press conference in Cairo.
4/23/20242 minutes, 7 seconds
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Gardaí do not have proper riot training, says GRA

Garda John Joe O'Connell from Co Kildare speaks to our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds.
4/23/20244 minutes, 28 seconds
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McGRATH

4/22/20244 minutes, 52 seconds
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MORRISROE

4/22/20247 minutes, 37 seconds
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BURGESS

4/22/20244 minutes, 42 seconds
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CONNEELY

4/22/20244 minutes, 34 seconds
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CONNELLY

4/22/20245 minutes, 35 seconds
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FITZGERALD

4/22/20244 minutes, 45 seconds
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Europe may open free movement talks with Britain

Lisa O'Carroll, Guardian Brussels Correspondent has more
4/19/20244 minutes, 12 seconds
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No new manager until September - FAI

RTE Soccer Correspondent Tony O' Donoghue reports on the delay in appointing men's team manager
4/19/20243 minutes, 55 seconds
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Taoiseach hopes to meet Stardust families tomorrow

Simon Harris comments on apology, plus reaction from Samantha Curran whose mother Helena died in the fire
4/19/20247 minutes, 2 seconds
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Eight killed by Russian strikes in Ukraine

Christopher Miller, Financial Times reports from the region
4/19/20245 minutes, 15 seconds
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41 families settle against Hyde & Seek crèche chain

Reporter Dimitri O'Donnell has the story
4/19/20243 minutes, 10 seconds
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No retaliation planned amid reported Israeli strike - Iran

Sebastian Usher Middle East Analyst on the ongoing tensions
4/19/20248 minutes, 6 seconds
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Former RTÉ presenter Alf McCarthy dies aged 73

Tributes to Alf McCarthy.
4/18/202441 seconds
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Families arrive at court for Stardust inquests verdicts

Conor Hunt reports as families prepare to hear the verdicts.
4/18/20243 minutes, 35 seconds
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Pest infestation, overcrowding found in international protection accommodation - HIQA

We hear from HIQA’s Head of Programme for Monitoring International Protection Accommodation Service Centres, Bronagh Gibson.
4/18/20247 minutes, 15 seconds
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Institute of Radiographers on staff shortages that have left machines unused

We talk to Ruth Woods - council member with the Institute - about the staff shortages.
4/18/20245 minutes, 52 seconds
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County Down girl recovering after complex brain surgery in Ukraine

We talk to Katie Jennings, mother of four year old Rachel Gribben.
4/18/20244 minutes, 47 seconds
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Taskforce set up to deal with ongoing discolouration in Cork City’s water supply

Cork City Councillor Oliver Moran discusses the problems affecting the city’s water supply.
4/18/20243 minutes, 43 seconds
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GRA 'disappointed' McEntee not attending conference

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports. 
4/18/20242 minutes, 29 seconds
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Two held as cash, devices seized in searches targeting suspected fraudsters

Our Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan reports.
4/18/20242 minutes, 29 seconds
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Independent authority needed to protect vulnerable adults - Safeguarding Ireland

Patricia Rickard-Clarke Chairperson of Safeguarding Ireland speaks to us
4/17/20245 minutes, 38 seconds
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Stardust jury 'still needs time' to consider verdicts

Conor Hunt, reporter at the Stardust Inquests updates us
4/17/20242 minutes, 41 seconds
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TV licence inspector job 'almost impossible' in last year

Bill O'Sullivan, a TV Licence Inspector based in Kerry speaks to us
4/17/20244 minutes, 9 seconds
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Thousands of people being detained arbitrarily at camps in Syria - Amnesty

Lauren Aarons, from Amnesty International on their report which found that thousands of people are being detained arbitrarily at camps in north east Syria
4/17/20245 minutes, 21 seconds
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Property price growth speeds up to 6.1% in Feb - CSO

Trevor Grant, Chair of the Assoc of Irish Mortgage Advisors
4/17/20245 minutes, 8 seconds
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160 redundancies as part of deal to reopen Tara Mines

Adrian Kane SIPTU Divisional Organiser for Tara Mines on the deal struck at the WRC with management at the Co Meath mine
4/17/20245 minutes, 5 seconds
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One dead amid flooding in UAE as Dubai Airport disrupted

Casey Fitzgerald Journalist with Lovin Dubai speaks to us about the torrential weather there
4/17/20243 minutes, 56 seconds
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800 chemotherapy appts for children cancelled, Dáil told

Clips from Dáil Éireann this lunchtime
4/17/20241 minute, 48 seconds
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Israel urges sanctions in 'diplomatic offensive' against Iran

Analysis from the BBC's Chief Internatinal Correspondent Lyse Doucet who's in Jerusalem. 
4/16/20245 minutes, 59 seconds
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Housing Minister says he plans to extend Help to Buy scheme

Minister Darragh O'Brien was speaking on his way to into cabinet today. 
4/16/20242 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meta to call for age verification to be implemented across Europe

Our Brian O'Donovan Work & Technology Correspondent reports.
4/16/20242 minutes, 52 seconds
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Stardust jury 'very close' to reach verdicts

Our reporter Conor Hunt has been following proceedings at the inquests.
4/16/20241 minute, 58 seconds
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Govt approves proposal to increase knife crime sentences

We talk to Dr Morgan McMonagle, Vascular and Trauma Surgeon at University Hospital Waterford about the impact of knife crime.
4/16/20243 minutes, 57 seconds
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Call for Éir to appear before Oireachtas Committee

Sinn Féin TD Martin Kenny has written to the Oireachtas Communications Committee requesting that Eir's CEO & senior management appear before them.
4/16/20243 minutes, 47 seconds
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Portrane locals concerned over 'distressing' coastal erosion

Our correspondent Sam Libreri reports from north Dublin.
4/16/20245 minutes, 23 seconds
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Jonathan Hill leaving position as FAI Chief Executive

Tony O'Donoghue, Soccer Correspondent reports on Jonathan Hill leaving his position at the end of April
4/15/20243 minutes, 11 seconds
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Eir fined €7,500 over complaints regulations breaches

Vivienne Traynor, Courts Reporter has the details
4/15/20244 minutes, 51 seconds
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Plan to deliver more than half a billion euro in savings in health service announced

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly speaks to us
4/15/202411 minutes, 42 seconds
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Restraint urged as Israeli war cabinet to meet on Iran

Dr Kazem Sharif Kazemi, Chargé d'Affaire of the Iranian Embassy in Ireland & Lindsay Hilsum, C4 News International Editor speak to us
4/15/202410 minutes, 17 seconds
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Just 38 properties available under HAP scheme last month

Mary Jameson, North West Manager with Focus Ireland in Sligo tells us why she's not surprised that Sligo had the lowest number of properties to rent last month according to the 'Locked Out Market' report
4/15/20243 minutes, 35 seconds
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Ombudsman for Children welcomes cabinet focus on special education

We talk to Children's Ombudsman Niall Muldoon after the appointment of a Super Junior Minister in Special Education and the establishment of a cabinet SUB-committee on children, disability and education.
4/12/202410 minutes, 12 seconds
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Harris to discuss recognising Palestine with Spanish PM

Analysis from Suzanne Lynch, Chief Brussels Correspondent with Politico.
4/12/20245 minutes, 41 seconds
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Cork hosts convention dedicated to Science Fiction and Anime

We talk to Mannan Nazair, Convention Director Kaizuko-Con, Cork’s largest convention of Science Fiction.
4/12/20242 minutes, 52 seconds
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Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner over council house sale

We talk to George Parker, Financial Times Political Editor.
4/12/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Houses evacuated, road closed amid Lough Funshinagh flooding

Carole Colman talks to local farmer Padraic Beattie and we hear from Independent Councillor Laurence Fallon.
4/12/20248 minutes, 21 seconds
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Positive experiences in care found in end-of-life survey

We talk to Tracy O'Carroll, Director of Care Experience with HIQA.
4/11/20245 minutes, 14 seconds
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Biden promises Israel 'ironclad' support against Iran

Analysis from Dr. Gershon Baskin, Middle East Director of the International Communities Organisation and former peace negotiator.
4/11/20246 minutes, 55 seconds
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Midleton business commmunity campaign to boost flood-hit town

We hear from Midleton businesswoman and member of the Chamber of Commerce, Niamh Hegarty.
4/11/20245 minutes, 2 seconds
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ECB holds rates at record highs, but signals upcoming cut

Analysis from Dr Loretta O'Sullivan, Economist with EY.
4/11/20243 minutes, 23 seconds
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Brady admits perverting course of justice during murder trial

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports on the case of Aaron Brady who was convicted of murdering Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe 11 years ago.
4/11/20245 minutes, 9 seconds
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Concern over funding of cancer services in the west and north-west

Sinn Féin TD Pearse Doherty raised the issue during Leader's Question in the Dáil. We also talk to Prof. Michael Kerin Professor of Surgery and Director of the Cancer programme for the west and northwest.
4/11/20245 minutes, 16 seconds
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Pope announces reorganisation of west of Ireland church leadership

Archbishop of Tuam, Francis Duffy speaks to us about the changes.
4/10/20245 minutes, 50 seconds
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Charity providing assistance to homeless male asylum seekers say resources beyond stretching point

We hear from Aubrey McCarthy, Chair of Tiglin which operates Lighthouse Homeless services on Pearse Street in Dublin.
4/10/20245 minutes, 20 seconds
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Mother settles case against Scouting Ireland over daughter's death

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell explains the story.
4/10/20244 minutes, 8 seconds
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Dillon, Higgins and Burke appointed as junior ministers

Our Political Correspondent Micheal Lehane brings us the latest from Leinster House.
4/10/20243 minutes, 44 seconds
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Dublin Marathon city centre start and finish to remain

We speak to Jim Aughney, Race Director of the Irish Life Dublin Marathon 2024.
4/10/20244 minutes, 41 seconds
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Ongoing wet weather creates further hardship for tillage farmers

We hear from Patrick Dahaene, a potato and tillage farmer in north Dublin and speak to Kieran McEvoy, IFA Grain Chairman.
4/10/20248 minutes, 23 seconds
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Simon Harris TD nominated for Taoiseach

Edel McAllister reports on events at Leinster House this morning, where FG TD Simon Harris was nominated as Taoiseach
4/9/20244 minutes, 31 seconds
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Scheme to pay for transport of fodder to farmers in need

Mike Mangan, dairy farmer & chair of the National Fodder and Food Security Committee
4/9/20242 minutes, 21 seconds
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Dáil votes to elect next Taoiseach

Live coverage from proceedings in Dáil Éireann where FG TD Simon Harris is being voted in as Taoiseach
4/9/20245 minutes, 28 seconds
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Simon Harris makes his first speech in Dáil as Taoiseach

Live coverage of Fine Gael's Simon Harris addressing the Dáil for the first time as Taoiseach
4/9/202412 minutes, 35 seconds
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Reaction to An Taoiseach Simon Harris's first Dáil speech

Frances Fitzgerald, Fine Gael MEP for Dublin and former Tánaiste and Minister for Justice
4/9/20243 minutes
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Sinn Féin react to Simon Harris becoming Taoiseach

Sinn Féin's Pearse Doherty, Spokesperson on Finance & Public Expenditure & Reform
4/9/20242 minutes, 56 seconds
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Man took suspected burglar to hospital after tackling him

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent reports
4/9/20241 minute, 50 seconds
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Record March for wind energy production

We hear from Noel Cunniffe, CEO Wind Energy Ireland.
4/8/20243 minutes, 58 seconds
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Credit Union home loans up by 53% in 2023 - Central Bank report

We talk to Deputy Governor of the Central Bank Sharon Donnery.
4/8/20247 minutes, 46 seconds
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Web Summit CEO Cosgrave returns 6 months after resigning

We talk to Charlie Taylor, Technology and Innovation Editor at the Business Post.
4/8/20244 minutes, 36 seconds
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Varadkar 'confident' NI institutions will remain stable

Analysis from today's North South Ministerial Council in Armagh from our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney.
4/8/20246 minutes, 5 seconds
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Harris poised to take over as Taoiseach following Dáil vote tomorrow

Analysis from our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane.
4/8/20244 minutes, 24 seconds
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Urgent recall of gas hob over safety issues

We hear from Grainne Griffin, Director of Communications at the CCPC.
4/8/20245 minutes, 30 seconds
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UNHRC calls for Israel to be held accountable for possible war crimes

Imogen Foulkes BBC Correspondent in Geneva reports on UNHCR call
4/5/20246 minutes, 1 second
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Two die in Cork house fire

South East Correspondent Conor Kane reports
4/5/20244 minutes, 13 seconds
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Roscommon candidates asked to hold posters ahead of Tidy Towns competition

Cllr Kathleen Shanagher, and Roscommon Tidy Towns chair on the poster conundrum
4/5/20243 minutes, 41 seconds
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'Dynamic' Storm Kathleen expected to bring severe winds

Keith Leonard, National Director for Fire and Emergency Management joins us
4/5/20244 minutes, 5 seconds
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Health minister to address doctors In Killarney

Dr Mick Molloy member of IMOs Consultant Committee on the issues facing doctors
4/5/20245 minutes, 36 seconds
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Simon Harris to address first FG Ard Fheis as leader

Political Correspondent, Irish daily Mail, Aisling Maloney previews the event Galway
4/5/20244 minutes, 16 seconds
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1620 international protection applicants have no accomodation offer

Carole Coleman reports on those living in tents on Dublin's Mount St ahead of Storm Kathleen
4/5/20245 minutes, 19 seconds
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Charities criticise 'chaotic' awarding of pay deal for staff

We talk to Colette Bennett, Director of Research and Advocacy at The Wheel.
4/4/20243 minutes, 38 seconds
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Farming organisations call for support over impact of bad weather

We talk to Denis Drennan president of the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association.
4/4/20242 minutes, 17 seconds
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United Ireland would cost €20 billion every year for 20 years - study

Our reporter Jennie O'Sullivan talks to people in Cork about the costs of uniting Ireland and analysis from BBC Northern Ireland's Business Editor John Campbell.
4/4/20248 minutes, 39 seconds
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NATO marks 75th birthday as members consider Ukraine membership

Analysis from our Europe Editor Tony Connelly.
4/4/20242 minutes, 53 seconds
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Warning after three dog attacks in Kilrush, County Clare

We talk to Frankie Coote Dog Warden with Clare County council.
4/4/20245 minutes, 13 seconds
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Persistent wet weather a challenge to gardeners and garden centres

We talk to horticulturist Rachel Doyle, owner of garden centre business Arboretum.
4/4/20242 minutes, 31 seconds
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Ukraine lowers military mobilisation age to boost numbers

We talk to Christopher Miller, Financial Times Correspondent in Ukraine.
4/4/20247 minutes, 42 seconds
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Nine dead, more than 800 injured in Taiwan earthquake

William Yang, journalist based in Taiwan
4/3/20243 minutes, 59 seconds
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Funeral held for mother, daughters killed in Mayo crash

Eileen Magnier, North West Correspondent reports from Raphoe in Co Donegal
4/3/20244 minutes, 44 seconds
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Council pauses plans for an all-weather pitch to assess impact on Brent Geese

Helen Donohoe reports on how Dublin City Council has paused plans for an all-weather pitch in Ashtown after Dept of Housing recommends an environmental assessment be carried out on impact on Brent geese
4/3/20245 minutes, 1 second
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Canary Islands still welcoming tourists despite protests

Cliodna O'Flynn, journalist based in Tenerife, speaks to us about calls for sustainable tourism and affordable housing for locals on Canary Islands
4/3/20244 minutes, 2 seconds
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Over 65s pay 43% more for health insurance - report

Christina Prendergast, Head of Communications and stakeholder engagement with Health Insurance Authority
4/3/20244 minutes, 2 seconds
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Proposal to end Rosslare-Dublin train 'short sighted'

Rail users in Wexford tell Conor Kane what they think about the plans
4/3/20241 minute, 40 seconds
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UNHRC to consider call for Israel arms embargo

Jamie McGoldrick, United Nations' Humanitarian Coordinator for Palestine on the latest from Gaza
4/3/20247 minutes
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Woman awarded over €140,000 by WRC

Neil Bruton, Migrant Rights Centre Ireland on the case of a chef from India awarded €143,000 by Workplace Relations Commission
4/3/20244 minutes, 54 seconds
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24.6m spent on Easter eggs this year - Kantar

We talked to Emer Healy Retail Expert with Kantar about Easter egg and grocery sales this year.
4/2/20244 minutes, 14 seconds
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Last month was one of wettest Marches on record in Ireland

We talk to Paul Moore, Climatologist with Met Éireann.
4/2/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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Child dies, two seriously injured in Finnish school shooting

We get the latest from Satu Helin - journalist with YLE media based in Helsinki, Finland.
4/2/20243 minutes, 48 seconds
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'Deeply disturbing' Derry disorder widely condemned

We talk to Niall Deeney, Derry Correspondent with Belfast Live.
4/2/20245 minutes, 42 seconds
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Coveney announces he is stepping down from Cabinet

Our Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy reports and analysis from Gary Murphy, Professor of Politics at DCU.
4/2/202412 minutes, 58 seconds
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Germany gives green light to recreational cannabis

We speak to Kate Brady, reporter for the Washington Post in Berlin
4/1/20244 minutes, 12 seconds
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Longford town in shock after woman dies in NY stabbing incident

We hear from Joe Flaherty, Fianna Fáil TD for Longford
4/1/20242 minutes, 44 seconds
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Erdogan sees 'turning point' for Turkey after opposition gains

We get the latest from Piotr Zalewski, Turkey correspondent for The Economist
4/1/20244 minutes, 3 seconds
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Growth in pilgrim path popularity

John G O'Dwyer, Chairman of Pilgrim Paths Ireland
4/1/20245 minutes
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Over 140 drivers arrested this Easter for driving under the influence

We speak to Inspector Padraig Sutton from the Roads Policing unit in Limerick
4/1/20245 minutes, 41 seconds
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Dozens killed in Syria after Israel airstrikes

Fawaz Gerges, London School of Economics, analyses the latest developments in the Middle East
3/29/20245 minutes
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Prison officers warn of overcrowding "ticking time bomb."

Gabriel Keaveny Deputy General Secretary, Prison Officers Association
3/29/20244 minutes, 54 seconds
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Two Caravaggio's to reunite in Belfast

Dr Caroline Campbell, Director, National Gallery of Ireland on the reuniting of The Supper at Emmaus and The Taking of Christ
3/29/20242 minutes, 56 seconds
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Investigation as South Africa bus crash kills 45

Nicole Mc Cain News 24 South Africa has the latest on the bus crash
3/29/20244 minutes, 1 second
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Reserve Defence forces seek recruits

Lt Col Iain Conlon, Army Reserve on the raising of mandatory retirement age for reserves to 60
3/29/20244 minutes, 59 seconds
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Jeffrey Donaldson steps down as DUP leader

Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney has the breaking news. Analysis from political commentator Alex Kane and columnist Brian Feeney
3/29/202410 minutes, 54 seconds
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Department planning for up to 15,000 asylum seekers per year

Minister for Integration, Roderic O'Gorman speaks to us
3/28/20249 minutes, 25 seconds
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Increase in number of social, affordable homes last year

Micheál Lehane, Political Correspondent updates us on the latest
3/28/20242 minutes, 31 seconds
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Potential for antibiotic resistant infection here has increased

Professor Caroline McMullan from Dublin City University, on how the potential for an antibiotic resistant infection in Ireland has jumped to the top of State's National Risk Assessment
3/28/20245 minutes, 49 seconds
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20% increase in seizures of illegal anabolic steroids

Grainne Power, Health Products Regulatory Authority speaks to us
3/28/20245 minutes, 21 seconds
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Price increases in store for consumers from Monday

Darragh Cassidy of Bonkers.ie on the price increases that consumers will experience in April on some services
3/28/20244 minutes, 52 seconds
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20 years on from the smoking ban here

Martina Blake HSE looks at workplace smoking ban 20 years on
3/28/20242 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cabinet considers proposal that Ireland opts into EU asylum and migration pact

We hear from Fine Gael Senator, Barry Ward and get reaction from the leader of the Rural Independents Mattie McGrath
3/27/20247 minutes, 49 seconds
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Lough Neagh campaigners meet Stormont ministers to discuss population crisis

We hear from our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney
3/27/20243 minutes, 30 seconds
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Contact made with relatives of Mayo crash victims

We speak to our Western Editor, Pat McGrath
3/27/20244 minutes, 3 seconds
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Lost IRA film, the subject of a new BBC programme

BBC reporter Darragh MacIntyre discusses his new programme, “the Secret Army”
3/27/20246 minutes, 6 seconds
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'Sustainable solution' needed on migration - Harris

We get the latest from our political correspondent, Micheál Lehane
3/27/20245 minutes, 53 seconds
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New service to put Irish people living overseas back in touch with family

CEO of Erin's Call, is Padraic Grennan
3/27/20244 minutes, 30 seconds
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1 in 5 secondary teachers experience some form of cyberbullying

Geraldine O'Brien, ASTI President speaks to us
3/26/20245 minutes, 25 seconds
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Retired couple die following house fire in Co Mayo

Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent reports from Swinford in Co Mayo
3/26/20241 minute, 38 seconds
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Early mortgage arrears rise as cost of living bites

Padraic Kissane, Financial Adviser speaks to us
3/26/20244 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sonar detects vehicles in water after bridge collapse in US

Matt Bush News Director with WYPR in Baltimore reports on the latest
3/26/20246 minutes, 1 second
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Uisce Éireann to inform almost 300,000 customers their supplies have elevated levels of THMs

Noel Byrne, EPA Programme Mgr on how Uisce Éireann will be informing almost 300,000 customers their supplies have elevated levels of trihalomethanes
3/26/20246 minutes, 22 seconds
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Catholic & Church of Ireland Archbishops of Armagh Easter message

Church of Ireland Primate, Archbishope John McDowell & Catholic Primate, Archbishop Eamon Martin speak to us
3/26/202410 minutes, 25 seconds
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Significant increase in theft offences last year - CSO

We speak to Vincent Jennings, Chief Executive of the Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association.
3/25/20245 minutes, 16 seconds
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Man charged with murder of Ian Baitson in Cobh

Our reporter in Cork, Jennie O'Sullivan, was in court today.
3/25/20241 minute, 48 seconds
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Kremlin refuses to comment on IS links to Moscow attack

Dr Jenny Mathers, Senior Lecturer in International Politics at Aberystwyth University
3/25/20244 minutes, 35 seconds
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Gardai, nurses and teachers among public sector workers set for pay rise

Our Work and Technology correspondent Brian O'Donovan reports.
3/25/20242 minutes, 9 seconds
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UL confirms it lost €5.2 million after paying an inflated price for 20 student houses

We speak to Chair of the Public Accounts Committee Brian Stanley
3/25/20245 minutes, 16 seconds
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Second Galway councillor leaves Fianna Fáil

We hear from Cllr Noel Thomas, formerly of Fianna Fáil
3/25/20247 minutes, 6 seconds
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Parts of Ukraine without power after missile attack

Christopher Miller, Ukraine Correspondent with the Financial Times
3/22/20245 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sinn Féin responds to block on airport carpark sale

Sinn Fein Transport spokesman Martin Kenny on the CCPC decision to block DAA deal to buy carpark site
3/22/20243 minutes, 59 seconds
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Four held by gardaí on M50 after reported kidnapping

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds has the detail on this and Garda Commissioner's comments at Templemore
3/22/20243 minutes, 46 seconds
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Harris says general election not a priority

Our Reporter Tommy Meskill has the latest on the FG leadership as no challengers to Harris emerge
3/22/20248 minutes, 29 seconds
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Two men arrested over fatal explosion in Creeslough

Our Northwest Correspondent Eileen Magnier has been telling us about today's developments
3/22/20243 minutes, 6 seconds
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Ireland and others would recognise state of Palestine when circumstances right

Political Correspondent Micheál Lehane reports on European Council meeting in Brussels
3/22/20241 minute, 27 seconds
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Wholesale electricity prices down again

Our Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh on the latest CSO figures
3/22/20243 minutes, 45 seconds
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Concrete cubes could boost biodiversity at Great South Wall

Dr Paul Brooks, UCD on how eco-engineered blocks at Dublin's Great South Wall could encourage species growth
3/22/20243 minutes, 36 seconds
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Varadkar to attend his last European Council meeting in Brussels

Our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane reports from Brussels.
3/21/20243 minutes, 37 seconds
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Man charged with arson offences over Shipwright pub fire

Our reporter Eleanor Burnhill was in court.
3/21/20242 minutes, 46 seconds
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Satellite images show 35% of Gaza's building destroyed - UN

We talk to the UK Independent's International Correspondent Bel Trew.
3/21/20244 minutes, 7 seconds
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Minister says the disciplinary process in garda bike case took too long

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
3/21/20245 minutes, 43 seconds
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Donohoe, Humphreys not contesting Fine Gael leadership

We get the latest from Minister of State Jennifer Carroll McNeill; Barry Saul Chair of the Fine Gael Councillor's Association and analysis from our Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham.
3/21/202416 minutes, 3 seconds
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What are the implications of Leo Varadkar's resignation as Taoiseach?

Stephen Collins political commentator & author of a book on the history of FG & Alison O'Connor political commentator & columnist give us their views
3/20/20249 minutes, 50 seconds
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Tributes paid to actor Emmet Bergin

We talk to actress Geraldine Plunkett who played Emmet Bergin's onscreen wife Mary in Glenroe
3/20/20244 minutes, 50 seconds
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MIcheál Martin on Leo Varadkar's resignation

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin
3/20/20241 minute, 27 seconds
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Eamon Ryan on the resignation of Leo Varadkar

Eamon Ryan TD, Leader of the Green Party speaks about his coalition colleague
3/20/20243 minutes, 35 seconds
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FG Chief Whip pays tribute to Leo Varadkar

Constituents in Dublin West give their reaction to the news of Leo Varadkar's resignation, while Hildegarde Naughton, FG TD Govt Chief Whip & Minister of State at Dept of Taoiseach gives her reaction
3/20/20246 minutes, 36 seconds
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Opposition parties call for a general election

Matt Carthy Sinn Féin TD & Ivana Bacik, leader of the Labour party give us their views
3/20/20244 minutes, 24 seconds
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"no longer the best person for the job" says Leo Varadkar

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announces his resignation
3/20/20245 minutes, 18 seconds
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Reaction to resignation of Leo Varadkar

Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent on events this lunchtime
3/20/20244 minutes, 30 seconds
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Fine Gael's Ciarán Cannon not contesting next general election over 'toxicity in politics'

We talk to the Galway East TD Ciarán Cannon.
3/19/20246 minutes, 21 seconds
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EU alleges Kingspan provided misleading information during Trimo deal

Our Business Editor Will Goodbody reports.
3/19/20244 minutes, 19 seconds
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World Meteorological Organization issues red alert as 2023 warmest year on record

We talk to John Kennedy, author of the report.
3/19/20245 minutes, 42 seconds
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Garda sergeant charged with false imprisonment of woman

Our reporter Dyane Connor was in Dublin District Court.
3/19/20242 minutes, 51 seconds
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Man sentenced to two more years over McEntee home bomb threat

Our Courts Reporter Vivienne Traynor reports.
3/19/20243 minutes, 41 seconds
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Efforts to recruit staff to tackle waiting lists as 8,900 children wait for HSE needs assessment

We talk to Anne Rabbitte, Minister of State for Disability in the Department of Health & Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth.
3/19/20246 minutes, 8 seconds
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Protest after city centre asylum seekers moved from tents

We talk to Bríd Smith People Before Profit TD for Dublin South Central.
3/19/20243 minutes, 21 seconds
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Roscommon unveils monument to 655 medieval remains

Our reporter Carole Coleman reports
3/18/20244 minutes, 10 seconds
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Violence intensifies in Haiti as gangs continue to control streets

We talk to Haiti based journalist Harold Isacc
3/18/20244 minutes, 38 seconds
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Almost 8,900 children waiting for HSE needs assessment

We talk to Sinn Féin's Health spokesman David Cullinane
3/18/20245 minutes, 33 seconds
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Famine expected by May in Gaza, says UN-backed report

Our Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports from Israel
3/18/20246 minutes, 13 seconds
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Ex-Garda jailed for six years for domestic abuse

Reporter Maggie Doyle spoke to shoppers and reports on the atmosphere as the first famous building reopens
3/15/20241 minute, 12 seconds
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Parents concerned over special classes in September

Our Social Affairs Correspondent Ailbhe Conneely reports on the wait for special classes for those with intellectual disabilities
3/15/20243 minutes, 27 seconds
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Stardust coroner begins summary for jury

Conor Hunt reports that Dr Myra Cullinane will address the jury for a number of days as proceedings near a conclusion
3/15/20242 minutes, 17 seconds
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Ten arrested and campervan seized in Cork drug investigation

Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy has the latest on the Cork investigation
3/15/20241 minute, 57 seconds
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Cost of full-Irish breakfast rises 3% - CSO

Michael Lennon, Westport Woods Hotel on the popularity of the full-Irish breakfast
3/15/20242 minutes, 5 seconds
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Shopping returns to Clery's building

Reporter Maggie Doyle spoke to shoppers and reports on the atmosphere as the first famous building reopens
3/15/20242 minutes, 43 seconds
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Elders Chair Mary Robinson speaks on Gaza

Elders Chair Mary Robinson urged Taoiseach e to press Joe Biden on Israel support
3/15/202414 minutes, 55 seconds
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33 Ukrainians arriving daily as financial supports change

We talk to Anatoliy Prymakov, one of the directors of Ukrainian Action in Ireland AND Emma Lane-Spollen, National Co-Ordinator of the Ukraine Civil Society Forum.
3/13/20248 minutes, 9 seconds
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Kenneally questions time taken by victims to come forward

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports.
3/13/20244 minutes, 30 seconds
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Ireland referred to ECJ over protection of bogs

Our Environment Correspondent George Lee explains.
3/13/20244 minutes, 25 seconds
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Fall out from Family and Care referendums

We talk to Barry Cowen Fianna Fáil TD for Laois Offaly and European Election candidate.
3/13/20247 minutes, 52 seconds
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Aid ship sails for Gaza as Israel-Hamas war grinds on

Rosie Birchard, a journalist in Larnaca speaks to us about the latest
3/12/20244 minutes, 24 seconds
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Former RTÉ journalist Charlie Bird dies following illness

We look back on the life & career of Charlie Bird & hear from one of his former RTÉ colleagues Sean O'Rourke
3/12/202410 minutes, 48 seconds
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People in Sandymount remember Charlie Bird

Our reporter Kieran Dineen speaks to people in Sandymount about their memories of Charlie Bird
3/12/20241 minute, 35 seconds
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Convicted child abuser Bill Kenneally gives evidence at Commission of Investigation

Orla O'Donnell, our Legal Affairs Correspondent reports
3/12/20244 minutes, 13 seconds
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Charlie Bird praised for his work in raising money for charities

Lillian McGovern, CEO of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association speaks to us about his work
3/12/20246 minutes, 23 seconds
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MEPs approve law to decarbonise buildings in the EU

Green Party MEP Ciarán Cuffe speaks to us on the new proposals
3/12/20243 minutes, 49 seconds
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'Proud Irishman' Cillian Murphy wins Best Actor Oscar

We speak to Sean Lyons Principal from Cork’s St Anthony’s National School in Ballinlough
3/11/20246 minutes, 26 seconds
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Report into why black artists have higher rates of ineligible applications for Arts Council funding, recommends better transparency

We hear from the Director of the Arts Council, Maureen Kennelly
3/11/20244 minutes, 33 seconds
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Referendum 2024: the political fall-out continues

We hear from Fianna Fáil TD Willie O'Dea
3/11/20245 minutes, 53 seconds
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Man charged in connection with Co Monaghan crash last summer in which two teen girls died

Jodie Curren of Northern Sound was at court for today's hearing
3/11/20241 minute, 30 seconds
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Milk prices down 26% last year, cattle prices up 3% - CSO

Joe Mag Raollaigh, our agriculture correspondent, explains the figures
3/11/20244 minutes, 49 seconds
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Kate Middleton sorry for 'any confusion' over edited photo

Russell Myers, Royal Editor with Daily Mirror in Britain
3/11/20244 minutes, 49 seconds
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Five skiers found dead and one missing in Swiss Alps

We speak to Imogen Foulkes BBC journalist in Switzerland
3/11/20242 minutes, 43 seconds
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275 school pupils kidnapped in Nigeria

Journalist Poloum David has the latest on the mass kidnapping by an armed gang
3/8/20242 minutes, 25 seconds
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Relative reacts to Kenova report

Seamus Kearney, whose brother Michael was accused of being an informer and shot by the IRA in 1979 reacts to the report
3/8/20244 minutes, 2 seconds
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Dee Forbes not 'fit or able' to engage with Media committee

FF Senator Malcolm Byrne, Oireachtas Media Committee member reacts to Dee Forbes statement
3/8/20244 minutes, 29 seconds
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Referendum turnout slow

RTE correspondents on turnout so far around the country
3/8/20245 minutes, 40 seconds
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Man guilty of phoning bomb threat to house of Minister Helen McEntee

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds has the verdict
3/8/20242 minutes, 4 seconds
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Kenova report into IRA agent Stakenife published

Listen to PSNI's Jon Boutcher, reaction from Tánaiste Michael Martin and Michelle O'Neill and as analysis from Northern Correspondent Conor McCauley
3/8/202410 minutes, 52 seconds
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Irish wolfhound to be part of passport design

Mary Potter, PR Irish Wolfhound Club reacts to the news
3/8/20243 minutes, 53 seconds
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New Dublin-based choir to perform at the Vatican

Our Religion Correspondent, Ailbhe Conneely has this report
3/7/20243 minutes, 47 seconds
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Right to request remote working brought into operation

We speak to Social policy and Employment officer with ICTU, Dr Laura Bambrick
3/7/20243 minutes, 48 seconds
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Closing submissions at Stardust Inquests

Closing submissions are being made today at the inquests into the 48 people who died in the 1981 Stardust fire. We speak to our reporter Conor Hunt
3/7/20242 minutes, 30 seconds
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Saoírse Ruane, who inspired Toy Show Appeal, dies aged 12

We speak to Denise Charlton, Chief Executive of Community Foundation Ireland which oversees the distribution of grants from the Toy Show Appeal
3/7/20245 minutes, 50 seconds
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President Michael D Higgins to be discharged from hospital

We speak to our political correspondent, Paul Cunningham
3/7/202455 seconds
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Referendums 2024 - the final debate

We hear from Minister Roderic O'Gorman and Aontú TD Peadar Tóibín
3/7/202416 minutes, 36 seconds
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Hospital apologises after man's death during CVC removal

Vivienne Traynor, Courts Reporter speaks to us
3/6/20243 minutes, 16 seconds
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NI Policing Board urged to probe surveillance claims

Journalist Barry McCaffrey speaks to us
3/6/20245 minutes, 32 seconds
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Irish citizen held in Iraq reunited with family in Dublin

UK-based lawyer who represented Yasser Eljuboori, Caoilfhionn Gallagher speaks to us about his release
3/6/20246 minutes, 3 seconds
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Von Der Leyen to make efforts to establish a humanitarian corridor in Gaza

Tarik Yasharvich, Spokesperson for the WHO on the latest situation in Gaza
3/6/20244 minutes, 44 seconds
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Surgeries at five UHL hospitals set to resume tomorrow

Noleen Moran, Mid West Hospital Campaign group speaks to us
3/6/20245 minutes, 46 seconds
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Public consultation on primary school education

Dr Patrick Sullivan, Deputy CEO with the National Council for Curriculum Assessment
3/6/20243 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nikki Haley to exit US republican presidential race - reprots

Julia Manchester, Political Correspondent with The Hill in Washington speaks to us on the latest
3/6/20244 minutes, 46 seconds
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No confidentiality clauses in future RTÉ exit deals, PAC recommends

We talk to the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Sinn Féin's Brian Stanley TD.
3/5/202411 minutes, 12 seconds
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Republic of Ireland handed tough Euro 2025 qualifying draw against France, England and Sweden

We talk to Former Ireland international and Galway United forward, Julie-Ann Russell.
3/5/20242 minutes, 56 seconds
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Aid agencies warn children starving to death in northern Gaza

We talk to Peter Power, Executive Director UNICEF Ireland.
3/5/20244 minutes, 42 seconds
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Court hears man who killed wife was released from hospital the previous day

Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports.
3/5/20242 minutes, 36 seconds
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Surgeries deferred as UHL sees high ED presentations

Our Mid-West Correspondent Cathy Halloran has the latest.
3/5/20243 minutes, 30 seconds
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Govt approves appointment of two new RTÉ Board members

Analysis from our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane.
3/5/20243 minutes, 34 seconds
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Grocery price inflation falls for 10th month in a row

Our Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh reports.
3/4/20243 minutes, 27 seconds
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International protection applicants back on streets after getting temporary shelter from snow

We talk to Social Democrats TD for Wicklow and party spokesperson on children and integration, Jennifer Whitmore.
3/4/20245 minutes, 33 seconds
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Call for public inquiry into 1997 loyalist murder of Sean Brown

We talk to Siobhan Brown, the daughter of Sean Brown.
3/4/20245 minutes, 19 seconds
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Haiti declares state of emergency after huge prison break

We get the latest from Gena Heraty, an Irish aid worker who lives and works in the Haitian capital.
3/4/20246 minutes, 6 seconds
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Apple hit with over €1.8 billion EU antitrust fine in Spotify case

Analysis from Adrian Weckler, Technology Editor with the Irish and Sunday Independent.
3/4/20244 minutes, 30 seconds
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32 scramblers seized in north Dublin crackdown

We talk to Superintendent Darren McCarthy at Ballymun Garda Station.
3/4/20244 minutes, 9 seconds
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Hamas says it presses on with Gaza truce talks without Israelis

Analysis from Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic editor with the UK Independent.
3/4/20243 minutes, 46 seconds
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Funeral service for Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny

Vitaly Shevchenko Russia Editor, BBC Monitoring on today's funeral
3/1/20245 minutes, 49 seconds
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Snow travel disruption expected to ease

An Garda Síochána, Irish Rail and An Post give updates on the latest weather disruption
3/1/20249 minutes, 5 seconds
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Positive meeting between RTÉ Board and Media minister

Reporter Tommy Meskill on today's board meeting
3/1/20242 minutes, 47 seconds
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GDP shrank by 3.2% last year

Dr Loretta O’Sullivan, EY Ireland Chief Economist assesses the latest figures
3/1/20242 minutes, 39 seconds
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Cold snap hardships for those sleeping rough

Aubrey McCarthy, Lighthouse homeless Café and Nick Henderson Irish Refugee Council on those seeking warmth and food
3/1/20247 minutes, 7 seconds
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Yellow snow and ice warning for several counties

Gerry Murphy, Senior Forecaster Met Éireann
3/1/20243 minutes, 47 seconds
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Man not guilty of murders of two Catholic workmen in 1994

Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney reports.
2/29/20248 minutes, 54 seconds
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Family say Iraq to drop charges against detained Irish citizen

We talk to Yasser Eljuboori's wife Laura Wickham.
2/29/20242 minutes, 55 seconds
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Annual rate of inflation slows to 2.2% - CSO flash reading

We talk to Conall McCoille, Chief Economist with Bank Of Ireland.
2/29/20247 minutes, 4 seconds
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Gaza health ministry says war deaths exceed 30,000 as famine looms

We speak to James Elder UNICEF Spokesman as dozens of Palestinians are killed as they queue for food.