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# Prime Time Investigates

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Varadkar: Eight NCT staff sacked since Prime Time exposé
Leo Varadkar says three staff were sacked as a result of RTÉ’s show, while another five members have since been dismissed.
RTÉ praised for 'hard hitting' programme on prostitution
Profiting from Prostitution revealed that about 700 women are currently selling sex in Ireland and their pimps are taking in massive profits as a result.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Your evening round-up of the day’s main news…
RTÉ to air prostitution documentary originally meant for 'Prime Time Investigates'
An hour-long programme on prostitution will air on Tuesday night, though the ‘Prime Time Investigates’ series remains suspended.
RTÉ will adopt Press Ombudsman recommendations
The State broadcaster held a meeting this week to discuss the Prime Time Investigates programme A Mission to Prey, which was found to have defamed priest Fr Kevin Reynolds.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
BAI launches inquiry into defamatory Prime Time Investigates programme
The Broadcasting Authority has officially announced it will commence an independent investigation into an episode of the current affairs programme which defamed Fr Kevin Reynolds.
BAI Compliance Committee found A Mission to Prey "fair"
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland investigated the show following a complaint from a man who took part in filming for the programme, but was unhappy with how his interview was used.
Archbishop: Media must learn from Kevin Reynolds affair
Diarmuid Martin says that while there is no general “anti-Catholic bias” in the media, it must learn from the errors made within RTÉ.
RTÉ reshuffle sees Miriam's husband heading up current affairs
Steve Carson will act as editor of current affairs at the national broadcaster while inquiries into a Prime Time Investigates programme are carried out.
RTÉ responds to "unsubstantiated" allegations claim
The State broadcaster has set out its reply to claims by the family of the now-deceased Br Ger Dillon that Prime Time made incorrect and unsubstantiated claims about the Christian Brother.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed.
Pat Rabbitte: Heads should not roll at RTÉ... yet
The communications minister said an inquiry into the Fr Kevin Reynolds broadcast would establish the full facts of the case.
RTÉ suspends next season of Prime Time Investigates after Fr Reynolds case
The broadcaster reached a settlement with Fr Kevin Reynolds after libelling him in a Prime Times Investigates programme earlier this year.
RTÉ internal review expected within weeks after 'wholly untrue' allegations
RTÉ apologised at the High Court yesterday to Fr Kevin Reynolds for false accusations made against him in a Prime Time Investigates programme in May.
RTÉ apology to priest in High Court "a wake-up call"
Association of Catholic Priests founder calls Prime Time Investigates accusations against Fr Kevin Reynolds “vile and appalling” as RTÉ apologises and pays undisclosed damages.
Priest welcomed home after apology over false rape allegations
Parishioners were “delighted” at the vindication of Fr Kevin Reynolds, a local councillor has told
Carers Association calls for immediate action on new strategy
The call for full implementation of a National Carers Strategy comes after last night’s shocking ‘Prime Time Investigates’.
Major clean up of 'disturbing' taxi industry practices underway
Minister for Public Transport and Commuter Policy, Alan Kelly, has announced the details of a review of the taxi industry that is to get underway immediately.
Poll: Do you trust NAMA to force developers to pay their debts?
Last night’s Prime Time Investigates showed how developers who owe billions to NAMA are continuing to enjoy extravagant lifestyles involving helicopters, luxury cars – and expensive shopping trips. Do you trust the agency to protect the interests of taxpayers?