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# Special Needs
Taoiseach says minister will intervene in Bolger family case after RTÉ Prime Time programme
Gillian Bolger and Darren Milne spoke about the struggles they have faced in getting their eight-year-old twins into suitable school.
# Under fire
'Our trust has been betrayed': Hyde and Seek parents speak out after RTÉ Investigates programme
Meanwhile, Hyde and Seek it had taken steps to deal with “urgent issues” highlighted in the RTÉ programme last night.
# mary comber
'I don't want to jump queues': Thousands waiting up to 4 years for cataract surgery
The eye condition causes a person’s vision to become impaired, and is the leading cause of blindness in the world.
# Bai
RTÉ bought abortion pills - but it didn't break any rules
The abortion drugs were imported to Ireland via a post office in Northern Ireland for purpose of an investigation.
# rte prime time
'She would have been the most successful person had she put her talents to good use'
Two women raised as stepdaughters to Julia Holmes, the woman whose body was found in a farmhouse in Limerick speak out.
# dna breakthrough
Pictured: Mark Nash - and the jacket that helped convict him - hours before brutal murders
Nash was sentenced to life in prison for the Grangegorman killings.
# Addiction
Open thread: What do you think should be done about Ireland's drug problem?
RTÉ’s Prime Time tonight focused on the drug problem in Dublin – what do you think the solution is?
# Election porn
7 things we learned from last night's Dublin Prime Time debate
They came, they shouted, they argued and then they all went home.
# Election 2014
7 things we learned from last night's Midlands North-West Prime Time debate
They came, they shouted, they argued and then they all went home.
# Not happy
16 TDs want a meeting with RTÉ because they're being treated 'very unfairly'
Members of the Dáil’s Technical Group claim that the national broadcaster is unfairly excluding them from a Prime Time panel. RTÉ argues that independents are not a political party and represent themselves.
# prime time remarks
Mick Wallace is seeking legal advice on Shatter's data protection breach
He stressed that if he takes any legal action, it would not be at the taxpayer’s expense.
# Broadcast rights
'Finance was not our priority' - Paraic Duffy on GAA's TV deal with Sky
The association’s director general appeared on Prime Time last night to defend their latest agreement.
# Investigation
Irish government deliberately didn't issue warning about Thalidomide
A new investigation has found the Irish government issued an ineffective recall of the drug once the devastating side effects became apparent.
# Childcare
Cabinet approves tougher sanctions on childcare providers
The draft legislation aims to increase powers to close or impose higher fines on centres not complying with regulations.
# Childcare
Crèche inspection reports to be put online from next month
Frances Fitzgerald has outlined plans to change the childcare regulation system following RTÉ’s exposé last month.
# Childcare
Better qualified staff and robust inspections in new pre-school agenda
The new ‘Pre-school Quality Agenda’ will ensure action is taken in response to findings of non-compliance.
# Expert Group
Sinn Féin brand leak of expert group report on abortion "disgraceful"
The parties health spokesperson, Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, called for its immediate release in light of the leak.
# Health
Reilly denies U-turn on personal assistant service cuts
The Minister for Health said he deplored the fact that people had to stay up all night protesting because of the fear of service cuts.