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News, sport, business and interviews with Sean O'Rourke.

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Episodes

Just how severe will carbon taxes be for households?

11/21/2018
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RTÉ Agriculture and Environment Correspondent George Lee analyses figures from the ESRI which estimates carbon taxes could cost households €3,000 by 2024

Duration:00:03:54

Just under 500 jobs to go at Bombardier

11/21/2018
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RTÉ's Brendan Wright reports on the devastating jobs blow for the North which comes as part of the company's global reduction in its workforce

Duration:00:02:12

Ireland needs thousands of skilled building workers - ESRI

11/21/2018
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Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy responds to the ESRI report and dismisses 'personal attacks' on him by Fianna Fáil in the midst of the ongoing Confidence and Supply talks

Duration:00:06:59

Martin O'Neill and the FAI part company after 5 years

11/21/2018
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RTÉ Scoccer Analyst, Richie Sadlier says there are questions for the FAI about how the Association managed past contract negotiations with Mr O'Neill

Duration:00:03:57

108 alleged sexual abuse victims in historic look back at scouting movement

11/21/2018
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Children's Minister Katherine Zappone reveals distressing numbers of abuse allegations uncovered in an examination of movement files. Also, Children's rights expert, Jillian van Turnhout says the voices of young people are at last being heard

Duration:00:10:16

Sligo woman recognised as the world's longest surviving single lung transplant recipient

11/20/2018
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77-year-old Vera Dwyer on the life saving operation she had in 1988

Duration:00:04:31

A referendum on public ownership of the water supply - on the Cabinet's agenda today

11/20/2018
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Paul Cunningham of our Political staff and Independents for Change TD Joan Collins on whether we should have a referendum on our water supply

Duration:00:06:07

Theresa May to head to Brussels tomorrow

11/20/2018
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London Correspondent Fiona Mitchell on the latest developments on Brexit

Duration:00:05:33

Killer whales seen off County Dublin coast

11/19/2018
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Padraig Whooley of the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group says the two whales were filmed by the crew of a fishing vessel and may have visited our waters before

Duration:00:03:12

A big Irish contingent up for six-figure literary award

11/19/2018
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RTÉ Arts Correspondent, Sinead Crowley reports that 10 Irish novels are among the titles nominated by libraries around the world for the valuable 2019 International Dublin Literary Award

Duration:00:02:50

Each Government Department to create climate change mitigation plan

11/19/2018
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RTÉ Agriculture and Environment Correspondent, George Lee says the Government is under pressure because of legally binding EU targets to reduce emissions

Duration:00:03:22

Mullingar Town AFC apologises to assaulted referee

11/19/2018
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Club Chairman Martin Moore says the incident will be remembered as a 'dark day' in the club's long history

Duration:00:03:11

17-year sentence given to convicted sex offender for rape

11/19/2018
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RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell reports that Patrick O'Dea, of Pike Avenue in Limerick, is already serving a prison term and has 42 previous convictions

Duration:00:04:55

Can Brexit-leaning ministers renegoitate the Withdrawal Deal?

11/19/2018
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Fraser Nelson, Editor of The Spectator magazine and RTÉ Europe Editor, Tony Connolly analyse the position of key players as Theresa May seeks to get her negotiations with Brussels through Parliament

Duration:00:10:44

Tributes paid to Alec Finn, founding member of De Dannan

11/16/2018
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Philip King who presents the South Wind Blows programme says Alec's passing represents the loss of another original voice from Irish music

Duration:00:03:59

More than 600 reported missing in California wildfires

11/16/2018
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Our Washington Correspondent Brian O'Donovan reports

Duration:00:02:41

Dáil deputy's thong protest goes viral

11/16/2018
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Solidarity PBP TD Ruth Coppinger has made media appearances around the world after #thisisnotconsent protest

Duration:00:05:06

Brussels says Italian budget 2019 breaches EU fiscal rules

11/16/2018
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Nick Squires, Rome correspondent with the Daily Telegraph reports

Duration:00:04:21

Warning that no deal Brexit could lead to reduction in Irish fishing incomes

11/16/2018
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Ciaran Mullooly reports from Killybegs, Co Donegal where fishermen have welcomed the draft Brexit agreement but say their incomes could be down 40 per cent if its rejected

Duration:00:03:45

Brexit turmoil continues

11/16/2018
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Michael Crick, Political Correspondent with Channel 4 says senior Eurosceptic minister Michael Gove has expressed his confidence in British Prime Minister Theresa May.

Duration:00:05:30