This Week (RTE)
The HSE waiting list figures12/21/14
The Sunday Business Post’s Health Correspondent Susan Mitchell discusses how the latest official HSE waiting list figures do not reflect the number of patients awaiting diagnostic tests for cancer and heart conditions.
Global multinationals avoiding tax
RTÉ's Europe Editor Tony Connolly reports on the methods of tax avoidance used by global multinationals
Pensions for former Waterford Crystal workers
RTÉ’s South East Correspondent Damien Tiernan reports on a pension deal for former Waterford Crystal workers
Concern over ambulance services
Managers in the National Ambulance Services raised concerns that they lack the key skills necessary to carry out their work. HIQA CEO Phelim Quinn and Fine Gael Seanad Health spokesman Colm Burke discuss
Minister Alex White denies that the Government is preparing for the...
Minister for Communications Alex White gives us The Labour Party's view on the next elections.
Discussion on Northern Ireland’s 2015 elections
Northern Ireland's First Minister and leader of the Democratic Unionist Party leader Peter Robinson discuses his party's prospects in next year’s elections.
Report 1: Russia’s side of the story
In the first of two reports, journalist Diarmaid Fleming hears the views from Russia's side of the divide with Ukraine.
Irish Water metering
Our reporter John Burke has details of a confidential memo showing how Bord Gáis told the Government they did not see the need to push ahead with the water metering project prior to customer billing, but the Government insisted they did.
Abuse in care settings
Following an investigation by RTÉ Investigations Unit into the abuse of vulnerable people in care settings, we ask what can be done next? We speak to a former staff member at Áras Attracta and Fine Gael TD Fergus O'Dowd
The ‘Hooded Men’ case
Thomas Hammarberg, a researcher from Amnesty International who originally dealt with the case, says that his agency is now calling for an independent inquiry into the case Britain
Reaction to the Ferguson police officer's resignation
We speak to author of e-book ‘Ferguson in Black and White’ Jeff Smith following the resignation of the white police officer Darren Wilson who shot dead the unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.
Analysis of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine
Award-winning journalist Iryna Khalip gives us a view from inside Russia.
Irish Water’s spend on meters €100m over-budget
We hear from TDs Derek Nolan (LAB), Billy Kelleher (FF) and Stephen Donnelly (IND) about their reaction to Irish Water’s over-spending.
Reports that military officers were killed by the Islamic State group
LA Times Middle East Bureau Chief, Patrick J. McDonnell, gives us details on claims by the self-styled Islamic State jihadist group that they have executed Abdul-Rahman Kassig, a US aid worker kidnapped in Syria, as a warning to the United States.
Vetting proposal problems for Guardian Ad Litem
John Burke reports on the problems of vetting court-appointed Guardian Ad Litem, and we hear from Senator Jillian Van Turnhout
Update on Mosul airstrike
The Guardian's Martin Chulov has the latest on the airstrike that targeted the most senior Islamic State group militants
Allegations withdrawn by two Belfast women
Our Northern Editor Tommie Gorman reports on two Belfast women who are claiming that they withdrew statements of alleged sexual abuse by a prominent Republican because they lost confidence in how NI’s authorities were pursuing their allegations.
Sinn Féin’s reaction to the handling of sexual abusers
Sinn Féin councillor Eoin O’Broin gives his reaction to the Taoiseach’s reference to sexual abusers being 'moved' to the Republic of Ireland.
Who shot Bin Laden?
We speak to author and journalist Shane Harris about claims by Ex-US Navy SEAL, Rob O'Neill, that he assassinated Osama Bin Laden.
Protest over water charges
Reacting to yesterday's demonstrations against water charges in Dublin, we speak to Labour Junior Minister Gerald Nash and Paul Murphy from the Anti-Austerity Alliance.
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