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    Drivetime Thursday 3 April 2014



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

    Teething problems at the Insolvency Service.

    With only 4 debt deals done in its first year will the ISI work?

    EU roaming fees to end by Christmas 2015

    After years of trying, it appears that mobile roaming charges are to come to an end. Not immediately, but by Christmas 2015. John Kennedy is editor of Silicon Republic dot com, and told us more.

    The latest public transport plan for the Greater Dublin Area.

    Gerry Murphy, the Chief Executive of the National Transport Authority, spoke to Drivetime about their Integrated Implementation Plan.

    Five Medical Technology Wizards

    Five Medical Technology Wizards tell Brian Lally about their projects

    Local Elections: Migrant Participation

    Barry Lenihan meets migrant voters and candidates ahead of May's Local Elections

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    The Irishman who discovered Blur

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