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Paul Reynolds, RTÉ Crime Correspondent, details the latest in the investigation into the killing of Detective Garda Adrian Donohue
Peter Power, UNICEF Ireland's Executive Director, welcomes the pledge from the Irish Government of €4.7m in humanitarian funding for Syria but warns children there are fighting to stay alive
John Redmond, General Secretary of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors, rejects Dept of Justice proposals to reduce the Garda payroll bill by €60m euro over the next three years
Damien O'Reilly, Economist and Lecturer at the School of Retail and Services Management at the Dublin Institute of Technology, reacts to B&Q going into examinership
John McBurney, solicitor for the family of Chief Supt Harry Breen, reacts to the third interim report of the Smithwick Tribunal which was published last night
Joan O'Sullivan reports on today's deadline for registration of septic tank systems. To register, go to https://protectourwater.ie/
Pat McGrath, RTÉ Western Correspondent, reports from a public meeting debating plans for a new salmon farm in Galway Bay
Dearbhail McDonald, Irish Independent's Legal Editor, reports that a receiver has been appointed over three items of jewellery, as NAMA seeks judgements of €20m from a developer's wife
Lisa McKelvey reports on celebrations to mark the centenary of the date when the deeds for Páirc an Chrócaigh were signed and the Gaelic Athletic Association moved in
Dr Shamil Jeppie, Director of the Timbuktu Manuscripts Project at the University of Cape Town, says reports that priceless Islamic manuscripts in Timbuktu were destroyed are largely inaccurate
Nadine Sierra, winner of the Veronica Dunne International Singing Competition, discusses what last night's win means to her
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