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# National Museum Of Ireland
Ireland's wars, the first Dáil and rural electrification - A look at the National Museum of Ireland's 2019 programme
The museum will stage five temporary exhibitions alongside its usual long-term collections.
# India
In Delhi, the government plans a new home for stray cows and elderly citizens
A 2012 livestock census found there were more than five million stray cows across India.
# election 18
100 years ago this week, Sinn Féin swept to power in the historic 1918 General Election
The election was a monumental moment in Irish history.
# new session
MacGill Summer School to hold session on why it hasn't embraced gender balance following controversy
The Director of MacGill said, “We are determined to do all that we can to redress this imbalance”.
# Matthew Horan
Man who exploited young girls ordered not to take part in computer programming course
Matthew Horan was sentenced to nine-and-a-half years with the final two years suspended.
How weddings, festivals and Hennessy are helping Irish art after 'devastating' funding cuts
We spoke to the director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) about how it thought outside the box to bring in more money.
# nyf
Here's what's going to be happening in Dublin to celebrate the New Year
The New Year’s Festival will run for three days at the end of the year.
The trial of Amanda Knox shows how we demonise female sexuality
We love a monster. And we really love when these monsters are pretty young women, writes Lorraine Courtney.
# marriage referendum
Vincent Browne's broadcast from The George was one-sided, says complainant
The complaint was rejected.
# Not happy
Public will be "deeply angered" by RTÉ sting investigation, says Adams
A Fianna Fáil councillor has resigned from his party following the programme.
# waking the feminists
Abbey Theatre admits its 2016 programme 'does not represent gender equality'
The statement today follows almost a week of campaigning for equality in the Irish theatre scene.
# Non-denominational
Archbishop of Dublin in push for more non-denominational schools
Speaking this morning Diarmuid Martin said that a number of Catholic schools had already adopted a proximity policy.
# garda down under
Garda left Ireland for Oz after being spat on, threatened and kicked at Dáil protest
Joe Connolly is now settled in Australia and stars in a new RTÉ documentary.
# not having it
Ryanair set to pull aircraft out of Copenhagan over worker dispute
Ryanair had been employing staff under Irish rules rather than complying with local norms.
# Poll
Poll: Will parents bring their under-sixes to the GP more now that it's free?
Parents are able to sign-up for free GP care for under-sixes from today.
# brand new bong
The Angelus is staying... and it's going to cost us €20,000 to keep it
RTÉ are looking to update their “most controversial” religious programme.
# lucy beale
Eastenders draws an audience of more than 12 million for big reveal
Over 400,000 tuned into RTÉ’s coverage of the episode.
# Irish Water
One thousand water meters are being installed every day (but progress has slowed down)
Minister Alan Kelly says there’s now 2,000 fewer being installed per month compared to late last year.
# world vision
WATCH: The aftermath of a teenager's Ebola death
A suspicion of vaccines and stigma around Ebola can have devastating affects.
# Merchandise
Ulster's match programme features a superb Jack Kyle portrait on the cover
It’s probably the best looking programme ever.
# Bai
The Savage Eye's 'foul mouthed children' did not break broadcasting rules
One complainant said the series should be called ‘The Savage Mouth’.
# Mental Health
"We really need to ask ourselves as a society how are we failing young people"
Professor Brendan Kelly made the comment as a new report into mental health in Europe is released.
# shed of the year
13 people who got really into a programme about sheds last night
Channel 4, you spoil us.
# Crime and Punishment
Resurrected Ripper St to bring Victorian crime back to Ireland*
*Don’t worry, it’s all for TV.
# Hospitals
"Criminal" that potentially life-saving stroke machines are lying idle
The machines were purchased by the HSE, but only five of the 12 machines are currently being used.
# witness the fitness
How football clubs helped male footie fans lose weight
Scottish football fans were able to lose weight and stay fit thanks to the Football Fans in Training programme.
# Nuclear
Obama: Iran nuclear deal 'an important first step'
Obama said in a statement that the announcement “achieves a great deal”.
# Employment
Jobs boost expected thanks to €70bn Horizon 2020 programme
The agreement has been described as “good news” by Máire Geoghegan-Quinn.
# funding appeal
Irish Architectural Archive appeal for funds, they even asked NAMA
The organisation holds over 2.5 million architectural drawings and 500,000 photographs of Irish buildings.
Nature programme to be broadcast live from Glendalough Lakes tonight
The one hour programme will showcase the BioBlitz competition in action, an event where nature and wildlife enthusiasts attempt to record the most species of wildlife over a 24-hour period.
# Taoiseach
Kenny to discuss economic recovery with Greek Prime Minister
The short trip comes a day after the Taoiseach’s comments on Ireland not giving special tax deals.
# green flag
Trinity College Dublin awarded environment 'Green Flag'
The university received the prestigious award as part of An Tasice’s Green-Campus programme.
# Bord Bia
Deadline approaches for €1 million Bord Bia graduate programme
The programme sends 25 graduates to work with Irish food companies overseas.
# Report
RTÉ reiterates apology to Seán Gallagher, will publish report document
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.
# Jimmy Savile
Savile investigation: Allegations against 'eight to ten' BBC employees
George Entwistle says it’s too early to tell, but the BBC will assist police investigations into a possible paedophile ring.
# Jimmy Savile
BBC editor who dropped Savile expose ‘stepping aside’
A Panorama programme to be broadcast tonight will shed new light on the BBC’s handling of allegations of young people being sexually abused by its former star.
# Bowel Cancer
Bowel cancer screening programme to be phased in this year
Minister for Health James Reilly TD has confirmed the national screening programme will begin before the end of this year. It was initially due to start in January.
# Insurance
AXA pilots 'big brother'-style car scheme
People who take part in the Drivesave scheme, which monitors their driving behaviour, can save up to 30 per cent off their insurance.
# Enterprise
€2m programme appoints managers to community enterprise centres
It was announced today that business development managers have been appointed to 37 community enterprise centres across the country under the programme.
# Gun Crime
Watch: Programme to highlight Ireland’s ‘gun crime crisis’
A TV3 News Special airing tonight will feature an interview with what the programme says is a ‘prominent drug dealer’ who discusses the ease at which guns can be bought in Ireland.