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

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

Networks:

RTE Ireland

Description:

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

Twitter:

@RTERadio1

Language:

English

Contact:

RTÉ Donnybrook Dublin 4 01 208 3111


Episodes

Further detail emerges about events that led to to disciplinary proceedings against a teacher who worked at a boarding school

1/17/2018
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RTE's Education Correspondent, Emma O'Kelly says the teacher was accused of misconduct before a Fitness to Practice Hearing after drinking alchohol with a student at his residence in the grounds of the school

Duration: 00:02:01


New report on the relationship between criminals and terrorists in Britain and Ireland

1/17/2018
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Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation in Kings College, Peter Neumann on the relationship between criminal and terrorist networks

Duration: 00:06:01


Disclosures Tribunal hears of 'political dynamaite' over questioning of McCabe motivation in 2015

1/17/2018
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RTE's Sandra Hurley says the solicitor for the Garda Commissioner noted that the row over the questioning of whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe's motivation was 'political dynamite' when it arose during the O'Higgins Commission in 2015

Duration: 00:03:08


Patient claims to have received unwelcome physical contact from doctor

1/17/2018
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RTE Health Correspondent, Fergal Bowers reports from the Medical Council on the claims and how the doctor rejects the allegations made

Duration: 00:03:16


UK Shadow Foreign Secretary on Brexit as the Europe says it is 'open' to a change of mind at Westminster

1/17/2018
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Emily Thornberry says the UK needs to leave the European Union to obey the will of the people of the UK, but it does "not need to go far"

Duration: 00:05:46


The Special Criminal Court is told two garda detectives identified a gunman dressed as a woman at the Regency shooting as Patrick Hutch

1/17/2018
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RTE Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds reports on today's evidence in the trial in which Patrick Hutch denies the murder of David Byrne

Duration: 00:03:31


The Taoiseach apologises to Joanne Hayes on behalf of the State

1/17/2018
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RTE's Paul Cunningham reports from Strasbourg on the themes the Taoiseach spoke about during his speech to the European Parliament

Duration: 00:05:00


Mother and father charged with torture after their 13 malnourished children rescued from Californian house

1/16/2018
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Harriet Alexander, US Correspondent with the Telegraph says some of the children were found shackled to beds

Duration: 00:01:34


Britain could still "change its mind" about Brexit say top EU officials

1/16/2018
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European Council president Donald Tusk said that European's hearts are still open to British friends to remain in the bloc. Tony Connelly reports.

Duration: 00:02:27


Farmers call on EU and UK to maintain current trading relationship post-Brexit

1/16/2018
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The President of the Irish Farmers Association Joe Healy said the value of the UK market should not undermined by potential relationships with third countries, including Mercosur countries

Duration: 00:05:31


Gardaí say crowd at Regency Hotel were angry and un-cooperative on day of shooting

1/16/2018
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Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the Special Criminal Court

Duration: 00:03:00


Limerick and fans across the world mourn the death of Dolores O'Riordan

1/16/2018
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London correspondent Fiona Mitchell says the death of Delores O'Riordan not being treated as suspicious. Mid West correspondent Cathy Halloran speaks to principal and pupils from Laurel Hill Colaiste school in Limerick. Former Cranberry Saw Us frontman Niall Quinn talks about introducing Delores O'Riordan to the Cranberries.

Duration: 00:09:52


Extra €90m spent on groceries over the Christmas period with average household spending higher

1/15/2018
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David Berry is Director of retail research firm Kanter World Panel

Duration: 00:02:06


UK firm Carrillion in liquidation

1/15/2018
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RTE's Education Correspondent reports that the British firm has several school and public buidling contracts north and south of the border and UCD's Orla Hegarty questions the value for money of the PPPs

Duration: 00:03:21


Housing 2017 - Government says the number of builds exceeded its own expectations

1/15/2018
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Orla Hegarty of the UCD School Of Architecture says the best way to meet short-term demand is with existing stock

Duration: 00:04:36


Regency Hotel owner says he realsied men dressed as armed Gardai were not Gardai after he saw them shooting in the hotel reception

1/15/2018
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RTE's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the trial of Patrick Hutch for the murder of David Byrne

Duration: 00:02:23


Strong critism of HSE and TUSLA in relation to supports available to teenager with Downs Syndrome and autism in foster care

1/15/2018
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Catherine Bond of the Foster Care Association who says the stress and strain highlighted by Children's Ombudsman around the care of Molly are not unique

Duration: 00:04:04


What Barry McElduff's resignation means for NI politics

1/15/2018
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RTE's Northern Editor Tommie Gorman assesses whether Sinn Fein has a safe seat in a by-election in West Tyrone and Tanaiste and Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Ceveney welcomed his resignation

Duration: 00:11:43


Chicken

1/12/2018
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Duration: 00:01:51


Trump

1/12/2018
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Duration: 00:03:05

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