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02 Dec 2016
48 Credits
Broadcast on : 02 Dec 2016
Duration : 1 mins 50 secs
Vincent Wall, Shane Coleman, AIB Q3 Trading Statement, Brexit, UK Lending Down, Net Interest Margin Up, Strong Capital Buffers.
261 Credits
Broadcast on : 01 Dec 2016
Duration : 30 mins 10 secs
Anne Kelly, Ryan Tubridy, Eamon Cooke, Paedophile, Child Abuse, Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.
105 Credits
Broadcast on : 01 Dec 2016
Duration : 9 mins 20 secs
Professor John McHale, Fiscal Advisory Council, Public Sector Pay Policy, Fiscal Space, Economic Growth.
62 Credits
Broadcast on : 01 Dec 2016
Duration : 3 mins 40 secs
Peter Coppinger, Chief Executive Teamwork.com, 50 New Jobs, Cork Headquarters, Cloud Services Business, European Hosting Option.
88 Credits
Broadcast on : 01 Dec 2016
Duration : 7 mins 10 secs
Kieran Cuddihy, Shane Coleman, HSE Winter Initiative, Beaumont Hospital, Trolley Target, Delayed Discharges, Chronic Underinvestment in the Right Areas, Peadar Gilligan, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Beaumont Hospital, Half the Flu Cases of Last Year, Beaumont one of the Success Stories, Slightly Reduced Year on Year.
68 Credits
Broadcast on : 01 Dec 2016
Duration : 4 mins 30 secs
Kieran McQuinn, ESRI, Collette Fitzpatrick, ESRI Quarterly Rent Index, Rents Increasing, Rate of Increase Easing Off.
72 Credits
Broadcast on : 01 Dec 2016
Duration : 5 mins 0 secs
John Shields, Treasury Manager at AIB, Vincent Wall, Weakening Sterling, Euro, Hedging, Irish Exporters.
107 Credits
Broadcast on : 30 Nov 2016
Duration : 9 mins 40 secs
Minister Eoghan Murphy, Department of Finance, Brexit, Ireland's Readiness to Host Big Financial Services Companies.
105 Credits
Broadcast on : 30 Nov 2016
Duration : 9 mins 20 secs
Professor John McHale, Rachael English, Fiscal Advisory Council, Economic Growth Slowing, Public Sector Pay, Future Budgets.
67 Credits
Broadcast on : 30 Nov 2016
Duration : 4 mins 20 secs
David Murphy, Rachael English, Central Bank Hearings, Management of Irish Nationwide Building Society.
87 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Nov 2016
Duration : 7 mins 0 secs
Shane O'Brien, Solicitor, Mary Wilson, Springboard Mortgages, Permanent TSB, Wrongly Moving Customers From Tracker Mortgages, Central Bank ?4.5 Million Fine, Customers Suffering Hardship and Trauma, Repossession, Forced Sale, Forced to Emigrate, Attempted
118 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Nov 2016
Duration : 11 mins 10 secs
Kate Brennan Harding, Sexual Abuse Survivor, Dr Conor Hanley, Law Lecturer NUI Galway, Matt Cooper, Lenient Sentencing, George Crombie, Justice System Letting People Down, Concurrent Sentences, Judge Melanie Greally, Compulsory Rehabilitation.
80 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Nov 2016
Duration : 6 mins 0 secs
David Hall, Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, Chris Donoghue, Springboard Mortgages, Permanent TSB, Took Away Tracker Rate, Same as AIB, Same as Bank of Ireland, Shafted Consumers, ?4.5 Million Fine, Concerns Around Consumer Protection, 10,000 Victims,
81 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Nov 2016
Duration : 6 mins 10 secs
Padraig Kissane, Financial Advisor, Audrey Carville, Tracker Mortgage Scandal, Central Bank, Permanent TSB, ?4.5 Million Fine, Industry Wide Problem, Shame and Embarrassment of Losing Family Home.
80 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Nov 2016
Duration : 6 mins 0 secs
David Murphy, Cathal Mac Coille, Huge Investigation, Springboard, PTSB Subsidiary, Customers Not Returned to Tracker Rate, Central Bank Review, Fine of ?4.5 Million to be Paid by PTSB, Customers Compensated, AIB Has 2,600 Cases, KBC Has 1,000 Cases, Ulste