This Week (RTE)
HSE fills 1,000 jobs without recruitment competitions07/20/14
Fine Gael's Senate spokesperson on Health Colm Burke voices his concern over the 1,100 jobs that have been filled at the HSE without a recruitment competition.
Audit of Enterprise Ireland’s expenses
Our reporter John Burke discusses the main points of an unpublished report that has raised questions over Enterprise Ireland’s claiming of travel and subsistence expenses.
Analysis of Gaza conflict
ECFR’s Daniel Levy on how Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's deployment of firepower in Gaza could all backfire.
The international fallout from MH17
Foreign Policy reporter Colum Lynch discusses the international fallout from the aircrash investigation of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
HSE report lists concerns over patient deaths
Dr Colm Henry details his findings in an unpublished HSE report that demands attention be given to consultant psychiatrists’ concerns over patient deaths at a mental health service and a dispute the report describes as “dangerous”.
ISIS fight with militias in Baghdad
RTE's Fergal Keane reports from Baghdad about the militias fighting against ISIS.
The fight against the Ebola virus
Concern's Alistair Short on the frontline fight against the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa.
Spending concerns at the Department of Children
RTE’s John Burke’s exclusive report on the audit raising questions about spending at the Department of Children.
Clerical child sex abuse survivors’ concerns
Following the meeting of the Pope and clerical child sex abuse survivors on Monday, clerical abuse survivor and campaigner Mark Healy discusses what they feel needs to be done by the Roman Catholic Church to address their concerns.
The Gaza conflict analysis
An analysis from columnist Shlomi Eldar of Al Monitor's Israel Pulse on the conflict in Gaza from an Israeli perspective.
The reshuffled Cabinet
Newly appointed Minister Paschal Donohoe discusses if the reshuffled Cabinet can deliver on its latest promises.
The latest on the Gaza conflict
Journalist Hazem Balousha gives an update on the situation in Gaza.
A call for an inquiry into alleged systems failures into the murder of...
Former Garda Sergeant, Liam Hughes, calls for an inquiry into alleged systems failures into the murder of Latvian woman Baibo Saulite in 2006. We speak to Oonagh Smyth.
The social impact of cutbacks on drugs services
Children as young as ten are dabbling in drugs and acting as runners and lookouts for dealers in Dublin. We speak to Independent TD Maureen O'Sullivan who describes the real impact of Government spending cutbacks.
Tension over the Orange Parades
We speak to Sinn Féin Assembly member and a former Lord Mayor of Belfast, Alex Maskey, about the forthcoming marching season.
Justice for murdered Irish peacekeepers
Diarmuid Fleming reports on the campaign seeking justice for murdered Irish peacekeepers Private Derek Smallhorne and Thomas Barrett, who died in the 1980's.
What next for the Cabinet?
RTÉ's Brian Dowling and Political Editor of The Irish Times, Stephen Collins, on the upcoming cabinet reshuffle.
Labour’s new leaders
Labour's new deputy leader, Minister Alan Kelly, joins us live from our Limerick studio.
Conflict with ISIS
Middle East expert and former Dutch Ambassador to Iraq, Nikolaos van Dam, assesses the conflict in Baghdad between the Iraqi army and the extremist Islamist group ISIS.
Jimmy Savile’s possible motives
Forensic Psychologist Patrick Randall discusses Jimmy Savile's possible motives.
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