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# Prime Time

All time
# Field of Dreams
Taxpayers pay hundreds of thousands on field unsuitable for sheltered housing
The situation was unveiled on Prime Time tonight.
# Q and A
Irish Water's spokeswoman was on Prime Time tonight. Here's what she said:
Elizabeth Arnett answered questions from the audience in studio and online.
# Abortion Debate
'Sad and depressed' but not 'actively suicidal' - the HSE's verdict on Ms Y
RTÉ Prime Time has revealed that the HSE believes there was “an overall lack of coordination” in the handling of the case.
# facebreakers
Rory McIlroy was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and inevitably won another trophy
Oh, Tiger Woods was there too.
Here's what happened when Mick Wallace and Ming complained about Alan Shatter
SIPO received complaints about the former justice minister from the two outspoken politicians.
# Marioara
Marioara Rostas family speak of their grief and 'dreadful pain' over teenager's killing
“My heart aches for my family, for my girl who was killed,” her mother told RTÉ’s Prime Time.
# Corbally Ruling
Parents say High Court ruling is impacting how complaints can be made against doctors
A Prime Time show aired tonight heard from a couple who complained about the care their six-year-old daughter received before she died.
# Missing
"The fight goes on": Family continue their search for missing Sandra Collins
The Collins family will feature in a TV programme tonight that focuses on the recent trial of a man accused of Sandra’s murder.
Opinion: One year on from the Prime Time childcare exposé – what have we learned?
I watched last year’s Prime Time documentary in tears, as did many parents around the country. Have the inspection and regulatory changes that followed been enough?
# 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 porn
7 things we learned from last night's Ireland South Prime Time debate
They came, they shouted, they argued and then they all went home.
# Election 2014
European candidate says he was dragged out of the studio during Prime Time debate ad break
Mark Fitzsimons said no one was injured in the incident which took place after he refused to remove himself from the studio in protest at his exclusion from the first part of the debate.
# Your Say
Poll: Are RTÉ's Prime Time debates fair to the candidates?
One independent called the decision to have two panels for each constituency “the lowest trick yet”. What do you think of the Euro debate format?
# 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.
# Election porn
Prime Time is holding three European election debates - but not everyone's happy about it
Almost 200 complaints have already been made – before anyone’s even opened their mouth or read out any tweets.
# Childcare
Efforts to improve standards after RTÉ creche investigation "have not been enough"
Early Childhood Ireland has said that the funding made available has been a “trickle of the stream” that is needed.
# tv picks
What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday
Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.
# 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.
# On the defence
Leo Varadkar: Mick Wallace broke a much more serious law than Alan Shatter
The Transport Minister has defended his Cabinet colleague after the Data Protection Commissioner found that he broke the law by revealing information about Wallace on live television.
# Watchdog
These are the experts who will investigate baby deaths at Portlaoise Hospital
HIQA will carry out a review of the quality of service provided at the hospital.
# Prime Time
Failings at UK care home run by Rehab 'raises questions' for Ireland
A Prime Time investigation revealed that standards of care were not met at a care home run by Rehab Group.
# opportunities
Post offices could link up with credit unions to provide banking services
The Irish Postmasters’ Union is set to work with Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte to diversify services.
# Baby deaths
Prime Time investigation reveals details of fifth baby death at Portlaoise Hospital
Amy Delahunt and Ollie Kelly were told by the hospital that they would have to request the review into the death of their daughter under the Freedom of Information Act.
# fixed charges
'Motorists were wrongly fined' --- speed camera whistleblower
Alan Shatter says he’s pursuing claims detailed tonight on Prime Time with the new Garda Commissioner
# want answers
Reilly accused of needing Prime Time programme to be aired before taking action
The Health Minister was questioned on a range of health care topic in the Dáil today.
# Response times
Ambulance service responds to damning Prime Time investigation
The NAS noted that the controversial OVR units were used over 600 times so far this year.
# Emergency
Firefighters and emergency workers 'extremely concerned' about Ireland's ambulance service
RTÉ’s Prime Time programme documented a litany of failures of shortcomings in the National Ambulance Service.
# Emergency Services
"I'm not in denial of anything" - Ambulance chief defends 'best in the world' comment
Martin Dunne has stood by his words on a Prime Time investigation which detailed major shortcomings in the National Ambulance Service.
# shocking
Missed last night’s Prime Time investigation into ambulance delays? Here’s what we learned….
‘Rapid Response Vehicles’ — which cost the taxpayer over €100,000 each — are effectively being used by managers as ‘company cars’…
# Animal Cruelty
Emaciated ex-racehorse dumped in field left to die finds new home
The case of Forest is common one, said the ISPCA who will be talking about Forest and animal cruelty on RTE’s Prime Time this evening.
# worrying
Creches under investigation again following more revelations about care
The HSE is now investigating a number of serious cases.
# lack of compassion
'Why did it take a Prime Time programme to highlight the problems at Portlaoise maternity unit?'
The chief medical officer was questioned on the deaths of babies at Portlaoise this morning.
# irish Ukrainians
RTÉ has explained Prime Time 'Irish Ukrainians not Russians' meltdown
Viewers were left baffled by the repeated words.
# techno techno techno
Have a rave to the techno remix of #IrishUkrainiansNotRussians
Prime time for a dance.
# Prime Time
RTÉ One had a repetitive, 'infuriating' meltdown... and there's already a remix
Irish Ukrainians, not Russians. Irish Ukrainians, not Russians. Irish Ukrainians, not Russians. Irish Ukrainians, not Russians.
# stealth supporters
Team Panti invaded the Prime Time audience last night
You can run, you can hide, but you can’t escape Team Panti.
# fatal failures
Mum learned about baby's death investigation on RTÉ show
Prime Time Investigates looked into the deaths of babies at Portlaoise Hospital – the mother of Katelyn discovered that one baby was her daughter Katelyn.
Garda Ombudsman in 'state of heightened awareness' over Boylan inquiry
Kieran Fitzgerald said his office would have a “list of suspects” if it was found that surveillance had taken place.
# Prime Time
‘We will get all the answers’ – Reilly says HIQA will review death of babies in Portlaoise
Reilly was speaking after one family, whose tragic story was outlined in a Prime Time special last week, met with members of the Oireachtas earlier today.