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RTÉ announces new autumn schedule

"Audiences have been turning to RTÉ in record numbers in recent months and brought us into their homes, and RTÉ's role as the national public service media has never been more important" -Dee Forbes, RTÉ Director-General


BAI rejects complaint against broadcaster for comments about midlands parish

The presenter’s comment was neither balanced nor objective, and people’s beliefs for or against IVF should not have been dismissed in such a manner, according to the complainant.


Fr Ray receives threats for dancing with the stars

However, others say the dancing priest has brought nothing but joy and fun to the show, and that he is a good representative of the Catholic Church.


Young Canadian missionary to Ireland is laid to rest

Ted Andrews longed for priesthood but faced challenge of terminal illness “with Jesus and one day at a time”.


Less than 20,000 tickets left for papal Mass in the Phoenix Park

As of Monday morning, over 480,000 tickets out of 500,000 had been booked for the closing Mass of the World Meeting of Families 2018.


St Anthony – help Irish goals to find the net in Lyon!

Caller to RTE's Liveline programme enlists the help of the popular saint to progress Irish soccer hopes.


RTE must ‘rein in’ Ray D’Arcy warns PLC

Broadcasting Authority of Ireland upholds another complaint of media bias by The Ray D’Arcy Show in its treatment of the issue of abortion.


Complaint by Meath diocese against RTE upheld

Liveline broadcast on funeral guidelines "was not presented with due accuracy."


Knock agency appalled at alleged internet dating scam

In 2014, seven of the couples Knock matched this year, will wed, and there may be more.


Irish-American bishop visits accused Irish woman in Peru

Archbishop's parents are from Cavan and Sligo.

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