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Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports that a father-of-two has been charged with the murder of the child care worker whose remains were found in the Dublin Mountains last month
Darragh O'Loughlin, Secretary General of the Irish Pharmacy Union, says pharmacists are concerned about the impending shortage of the antibiotic Augmentin
Dermot Goode, health analyst with Cornmarket, says most health insurance customers will see their premiums increase as a result of the Budget announcement
Billy Kelleher, Fianna Fáil Health Spokesman, discusses changes to medical insurance tax relief
John Bryan, IFA President, reacts to a free trade agreement between the European Union and Canada
Chris Reynolds, Director of the Irish Coast Guard, says search and rescue helicopters have seen an increase in operations, partly because they are operating, on a test basis, as air ambulances
Aisling Kenny reports on Best Will in the World Week, which is aimed at encouraging people to make a will
Naomi O'Leary, Rome Correspondent for Reuters, discusses the case of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke whose body cannot be buried
Emma O'Kelly, Education Correspondent, reports from the conference of Principals and Deputy Principals in Galway, where concerns were expressed over the ASTI action
Colm O'Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland, says the incident raises urgent questions for the Irish Government
David Murphy, Business Editor, reports that the banks are worried about competition from tax-free products at An Post
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