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# frontline - Wednesday 12 November, 2014
An exciting development for the popular presenter.
# frontline - Tuesday 30 September, 2014
We speak to the people who work on the frontline of homelessness.
David Williamson is a probation officer in Dublin. He told us about his work with homeless offenders.
# frontline - Sunday 28 September, 2014
TheJournal.ie has travelled the country to speak to people on the frontline of homelessness – and those people and organisations trying to find a solution.
# frontline - Wednesday 31 July, 2013
# frontline - Sunday 31 March, 2013
A 30-year-old man has been charged in connection with the incident.
# frontline - Monday 18 March, 2013
Gardaí, nurses and firefighters will see their pay cut by between 3 and 11 per cent under the pay deal, says the 24/7 Frontline Services Alliance.
# frontline - Saturday 12 January, 2013
The recovery from the 2010 earthquake has slowed but there are strong grounds for optimism, says Concern Worldwide Regional Director, Bríd Kennedy.
# frontline - Sunday 6 January, 2013
The former Irish presidential candidate’s solicitor said the debate had “dramatic and extremely serious consequences” for Gallagher.
# frontline - Tuesday 4 December, 2012
The review team found that the chosen format for audience selection was not appropriate, but did not find bias or partiality on part of the Frontline team.
# frontline - Sunday 25 November, 2012
The renewed clamour over the Frontline presidential debate has led to unusually aggressive advertising from Newstalk…
# frontline - Thursday 22 November, 2012
It said it would publish the complete report of the editorial review of the Frontline Presidential Debate, after it was requested by the BAI earlier today.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland said it would not be instigating an investigation into the programmes Presidential Debate in 2011.
# frontline - Sunday 18 November, 2012
RTÉ said it “regrets the mistakes made in the preparation and in the broadcast of the programme” and that the production “was less rigorous than it should have been”.
Good morning! Here’s the nine stories you need to know as you start your day.
# frontline - Friday 5 October, 2012
Fianna Fáil will table a bill today which would set a minimum sentence of five years for anyone convicted of assaulting an on-duty emergency worker.
# frontline - Wednesday 8 August, 2012
There’s a couple of unusual programmes lined up in RTE’s autumn schedule which was announced this afternoon.
# frontline - Monday 21 May, 2012
Austerity treaty, stability treaty, or somewhere in between? TheJournal.ie keeps you up to date with our evening Fiscal Compact referendum bulletin.
# frontline - Tuesday 3 April, 2012
Director General Noel Curran’s on ‘rebuilding trust’ between the State broadcaster and its audience. “They also expect that we do not lose our nerve…”
# frontline - Friday 16 March, 2012
# frontline - Wednesday 14 March, 2012
# frontline - Tuesday 13 March, 2012
The BAI also said it had passed on a recommendation on how to deal with RTE’s Prime Time Investigates programme which made allegations against Father Kevin Reynolds.
Enda Kenny says any independent review of RTÉ’s Frontline programme is a matter for the BAI and not the cabinet.
Nine things to know this morning…
The cabinet, and a meeting of the Broadcasting Authority, will examine claims that RTÉ suggested audience questions.
# frontline - Monday 12 March, 2012
The national broadcaster has outlined the numerous actions it is taking in connection with last October’s controversial Frontline debate.
Seán Gallagher writes to the communications minister seeking a “full investigation” into the making of the Presidential debate.
There have been calls for a further inquiry over claims that an audience member was encouraged to ask a hostile question. So what do you think?
The party said an independent investigator should be appointed, after new claims emerged over the treatment of Seán Gallagher.
# frontline - Sunday 11 March, 2012
Commentators and candidates should respect the democratic decision of the electorate, said the Sinn Féin politician.
Your essential round-up of all today’s biggest news stories plus some extras you may have missed…
The national broadcaster has responded to an earlier statement made by lawyers for presidential candidate Seán Gallagher calling for a public inquiry into last year’s controversial Frontline debate.
Gallagher also said he is considering legal action after new reports emerged over the controversial presidential debate.
# frontline - Friday 9 March, 2012
The Board of RTE has said it fully accepts the findings of the BAI and that it is bringing in new guidelines on social media to ensure ‘Tweetgate’ doesn’t happen again.
# frontline - Thursday 8 March, 2012
Fianna Fáil’s Seán Fleming accuses Rabbitte of having a “personal financial vested interest” in the Presidential election.
Seán Gallagher’s Áras bid may have been derailed with or without the tweet from fake McGuinness account. But the point is we need to know who was behind it, says Derek Mooney who knows all about losing a job amid a Twitter controversy…
# frontline - Wednesday 7 March, 2012
Noel Curran’s apology comes on foot of the BAI’s decision to uphold Gallagher’s complaint regarding a controversial tweet referred to during an #Áras11 debate.
# frontline - Friday 24 February, 2012
Condolences have been expressed by the Taoiseach on the passing of the Finance Minister’s wife.
# frontline - Wednesday 1 February, 2012
The Taoiseach played down the effect of the departures on public services in the Dáil this morning saying 97 per cent of workers will remain in their jobs.