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Professor Richard Greene, Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre in Cork, discusses the findings of the first audit into perinatal deaths in Ireland
Sarah O'Sullivan, of the Sunday Times, discusses yesterday's court appearance in Recife of former solicitor Michael Lynn on foot of an Irish extradition warrant
David Murphy, Business Editor, reports on the case of a Donegal man who was granted protection from his creditors for 70 days in Monaghan Circuit Court yesterday
Vincent P. Martin, barrister and co-founder of advocacy group New Beginning, welcomes the first case under the new insolvency regime to come before the courts
Denise Charlton, chief executive of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, discusses the extent of child sex trafficking across Europe, including Ireland
Polly Truscott, Amnesty International, says new evidence shows the US carried out unlawful killings in Pakistan through drone attacks
Khadija Halawa, a sister of the Halawa siblings, says their continued detention in Cairo is deeply worrying for their family
Mairead Hayes, of the Irish Senior Citizens Parliament, says she is hoping for a good turn-out at today's protest
Ian Power, executive director of SpunOut.ie, argues that the Government could have spared cuts to younger and older people by hitting the banks harder
Cian McCormack reports on a talk by the musician Donovan, as part of a series of lectures at Trinity College to mark the Beatles' Irish visit in 1963
Dr Tom Doyle, Coastal and Marine Research Centre, discusses the species involved in the death of up to 20,000 salmon at a fish farm in the West
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