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Drivetime Friday 1 March 2013
Graham Clifford reports from Swaziland all this week on Drivetime. Listen back to his reports on our Highlights section.
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Ex-Garda Gerry O'Caroll is sceptical about tenders for mobile Garda offices. And Damien Tiernan reports on plans for Gardai to patrol trains.
James Wickham of TCD takes a look at CSO figures on immigrant workers in Ireland
John O'Connor's pick of stories from the week's local and regional papers
How are services to young people in Dublin and across the country being hurt by budget cuts?
The editor of the Irish Catholic marks the end of the papacy of Benedict XVI
Frances Shanahan investigates the values of Irish farms, while Fine Gael TD John Deasy and Labour junior minister Sean Sherlock outline their positions
James Politi of the Financial Times and Thomas Mann of the Brookings Institute discuss the USA's latest budgetary impasse
Philip Boucher-Hayes meets people involved with the "Community Education" approach to job creation promoted by the Adult Education group Aontas.
Graham Clifford reports on the plight of the population there.
As the Brexit starting gun approaches Adam McGuire visits towns and businesses in Ireland caught in the crossfire.
Presenter: Mary Wilson