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Marie Sherlock, SIPTU Economist, discusses speculation that the €127 per week PRSI allowance will be removed in tomorrow's budget.
Mark Redmond, Chief Executive of the Irish Tax Institute, says the Exchequer will be collecting €2bn more in taxes, with fewer workers, than in 2007
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on comments by Ecofin chairman Jean-Claude Juncker that Ireland and Portugal will not benefit from the same terms extended to Greece
Gershon Baskin, founder of the Israel Palestine Center for Research and Information, says the decision will help the cause of right wing Israelis
Laura Whelan reports on the IFI's 'Film Focus' which outlines new directions in film education and media literacy for young people
Tony Delaney, Assistant Data Protection Commissioner, says companies and businesses, regardless of size, must follow data legislation rules for marketing texts or emails
Philip Watt, Chief Executive of the Cystic Fibrosis Association of Ireland, says St Vincent's Hospital has agreed to address the management of beds for CF patients there
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, reports on a night of violence outside Belfast City Hall over a council decision to limit the flying of the Union Jack
Conor McMorrow reports on the challenges facing local newspaper in the digital age
Kate Williams, royal historian, discusses new laws of succession which mean the new royal baby will become an heir to the throne, no matter what the sex
Pat Finnegan, Greenhouse Ireland Action Network, says Ireland, despite progress, still has a long way to go in international action against climate change
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Kerry teenager Donal Walsh has died after losing his battle with cancer.
He passed away at his home in Blennerville, County Kerry, surrounded by his dad Fionnbar, his mother Elma and his sister Jemma.
Donal, aged 16, had publicly appealed to young people not to end their lives. He wrote a letter which brought him to national prominence.
He had been battling cancer since he was first diagnosed four years ago, and had raised over €50,000 for charity.
Weeks before his death, Donal recorded a video message to be circulated in schools.
Fr Francis Nolan, parish priest of St. John's in Tralee, was with Donal Walsh's family in the hours after his death
Minister of State for Mental Health Kathleen Lynch paid tribute to Donal's 'generosity of spirit'
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