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# rte - Friday 17 February, 2017

From The Daily Edge It's been 15 years since Six hit the charts - here's what they're all up to now United We Stand

It's been 15 years since Six hit the charts - here's what they're all up to now

There’s a whole lot of lovin’ just for youuuuuu.

HIQA serves closure notices to Louth disability services as sites deemed unfit for purpose

The facility at Drumcar has been the subject of a number of HIQA inspections in the past.

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# rte - Monday 13 February, 2017

From The Daily Edge The utility room on last night's Room To Improve was the envy of the entire country Iron Lady

The utility room on last night's Room To Improve was the envy of the entire country

Is there anything more Irish than a utility room?

# rte - Friday 10 February, 2017

From The Daily Edge 11 times Irish people proved how dangerous live television is Live Television Baby

Mary Robinson says she was "bullied" into stepping down as President early

Robinson said it was her “hardest decision” not to go for a second term as President.

# rte - Thursday 9 February, 2017

Report shows 'toxic' culture of bullying at National Museum of Ireland

A new report seen by RTÉ, highlights ‘bullying’ and ‘harassment’ at the National Museum.

# rte - Wednesday 8 February, 2017

RTÉ has been dragged into the Garda whistleblower mire

A new commission of investigation into the saga is to probe whether or not the Garda Commissioner “orchestrated” broadcasts on RTÉ in May 2016.

'He was a bubbly young fella. Full of life, full of divilment' - Remembering Ireland's car crash victims

A new documentary looks at the personal stories behind Ireland’s car crash victims.

# rte - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

Simon Harris 'pleased to announce' Crumlin Hospital scoliosis theatre to open in April

It has emerged that there are an extra 80,000 people on hospital waiting lists outside the government’s official figures.

# rte - Monday 6 February, 2017

'I had nothing to do with this terrible crime': Ian Bailey appeals for Enda Kenny's help

Sophie Toscan du Plantier was murdered at holiday home in Schull, Co Cork in 1996.

Stories of people on hospital waiting lists are "absolutely inexcusable", says Simon Harris

RTÉ Investigates reveals the painful reality behind the numbers on hospital waiting lists in Ireland.

# rte - Sunday 5 February, 2017

From The Daily Edge Des Cahill got people to recreate THAT 'Dessie Swim' move on the Ray D'Arcy Show Dancing With The Stars

Des Cahill got people to recreate THAT 'Dessie Swim' move on the Ray D'Arcy Show

Like the original, it was really…something.

# rte - Thursday 2 February, 2017

'Battle Royale' between Today FM and 2FM as latest listener figures are released

The head of 2FM, Dan Healy, said that Today FM is becoming ‘comedy central’.

'We have voices that speak to the whole continent': Writer's delight as show picked up by BBC

Its writer Stefanie Preissner recently confirmed that Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope would return for a second series.

# rte - Wednesday 1 February, 2017

From The Daily Edge Irish comedians and comedy fans alike are mourning the cancellation of Republic of Telly Surelook

"Every show has its time": Republic of Telly to go after eight years of comedy

The RTÉ show had run for 15 seasons.

RTÉ will continue making children's TV programmes in 2017 Exclusive

However, it’s understood the programming will be minimal and there are no guarantees beyond this year.

Remembering the Donegal policeman who shared a cell with Goodfella's mobsters

Peter Daly, who served on the NYPD before being caught in one of the biggest drug busts in American history, died this week.

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Complaint about Eamon Dunphy's 'extreme' comments on RTÉ rejected Bai

Complaint about Eamon Dunphy's 'extreme' comments on RTÉ rejected

The BAI said that the use of extreme language was typical of Dunphy’s provocative style.

# rte - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

Over half of Irish people think you shouldn’t have to pay for a free travel pass

It had been claimed that even a €6 charge could wipe out ailing Bus Éireann’s deficit.

# rte - Thursday 26 January, 2017

First Dates' Susan tells of the turmoil she endured as a closeted mother-of-two

Susan told Ryan Tubridy about the whirlwind years which saw her come out of the closet and appear on national television.

RTÉ to sell off part of its Donnybrook HQ in the coming months

The national broadcaster has been financially struggling.

# rte - Wednesday 25 January, 2017

From The Daily Edge Yes, RTÉ's weather lady said 'Good night, Mary' tonight - here's why Good Night Mary

# rte - Tuesday 24 January, 2017

FactCheck: Is Regina Doherty right to say she didn't support the use of civil disobedience?

The Government Chief Whip denies having made some controversial comments. We put that claim to the test.

# rte - Monday 23 January, 2017

From The Daily Edge Des Cahill's cape-swishing stole the show on Dancing With The Stars last night Dancing Dessie
From The Daily Edge We need to talk about the ridey barista on Striking Out Pete

# rte - Friday 20 January, 2017

Eurovision winner Niamh Kavanagh has a 20% risk of losing her voice for life

The 48-year-old has opened up about her health struggles.

From The Daily Edge Antonio embodied 'every lad in Coppers' by lobbing the gob on First Dates Ireland last night In For The Shift

Antonio embodied 'every lad in Coppers' by lobbing the gob on First Dates Ireland last night

Sinead didn’t mind at all, though. Oh you crazy kids.

# rte - Thursday 19 January, 2017

'I was flat on my back, in a neck brace, head brace and spinal board. It was scary.'

Minister Naughten was knocked off his bike at the start of the year.

# rte - Wednesday 18 January, 2017

From The42 Venue standards, live broadcasts and highlights show part of developments for women's 6 Nations Up The Profile

Venue standards, live broadcasts and highlights show part of developments for women's 6 Nations

We’ll now be able to watch all of the women’s Six Nations games live.

# rte - Monday 16 January, 2017

'You don't want to be mean, but it is depressing': Brendan Courtney on nursing home care for his dad

A poll has indicated that 85% of Irish people would prefer to be cared for in their old age at home.

From The Daily Edge The Late Late Show is looking for single people for its infamous Valentine's special Feeling Exotic
From The Daily Edge Bad news for Love/Hate fans: John Connors says the show is 'over for good' King Nidge

Bad news for Love/Hate fans: John Connors says the show is 'over for good'

It was rumoured that a sixth season, a spin-off based on Connors’ character Patrick, was in development.

From The Daily Edge Hughie Maughan's disastrous fake tan was all anyone could talk about on Dancing With The Stars Ronsealed

Hughie Maughan's disastrous fake tan was all anyone could talk about on Dancing With The Stars

He’s since gone viral all around the world. Go on Hughie!

# rte - Friday 13 January, 2017

'It's what we do' - Husband of Coast Guard volunteer back on the water after her death

Speaking on tonight’s Late Late Show, Bernard Lucas paid tribute to his wife and his community.

# rte - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

From The Daily Edge Amanda Brunker will be getting Botox live on the Late Late Show this Friday A Wrinkle In Time
From The Daily Edge 9 memories you'll have if you were a dedicated Off The Rails viewer Turn To The Left

9 memories you'll have if you were a dedicated Off The Rails viewer

“Off The Rails, off the rails…”

From The Daily Edge 11 times Liveline was a window into the nation’s soul Talk To Joe

11 times Liveline was a window into the nation’s soul

Where would we be without it?

From The Daily Edge RTÉ's David Murphy was videobombed by a bunch of lads on the Six One last night Yoofs

# rte - Tuesday 10 January, 2017

Most Irish people don't want free speech restrictions - even if it offends some

People are worried about the rise of extreme right-wing views – but 65% of Irish people don’t want restrictions on free speech.

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