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    Drivetime Monday 31 March 2014



    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Are tensions easing on Ukraine's eastern border - we talk to Dr Nadia Diuk.

    Russia has begun moving some of it troops from a region near Ukraine's easter border, according to the Russian Defence Ministry. Dr Nadia Diuk is a specialist in Soviet Politics and Russian History and joined us from the Washington based think-tank, the "National Endownment for Democracy"...

    Garda tapes - who knew what and when ?

    Audio reminder of relevant information to date. Harry McGee, political correspondent, of The Irish Times and John Mooney Security Correspondent of The Sunday Times

    Today is the HSE deadline set for the board of St Vincents hospital group

    Susan Mitchell of the Sunday Business Post

    Climate Change

    Brian Lally reports from a Stop Climate Chaos event , and we hear from Dr Kieran Hickey in NUIG

    Addiction rehabilitation services merge in the Southeast

    Della Kilroy reports on a new strengthened addiction treatment and rehabilitation service launched in the Aiséirí Aislinn centre in Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny.

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