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    Drivetime Monday 28 April 2014



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

    New measures to incentivise young people to take out health insurance

    Priscilla Lynch Clinical Editor of The Medical Independent

    Celebrity publicist Max Clifford found guilty of sex assaults on teenage girls

    Sky's Enda Brady was at the court

    200 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted at gunpoint

    BBC's Will Ross in the Nigerian capital Lagos

    Pre-1900 Census goes online

    Catriona Crowe, manager of the Irish Census Online Project at the National Archives of Ireland.

    Winter storm repairs

    All this week, we focus on repairs to coastal tourism areas hit hard by the winter storms. Della Kilroy sets out the damage done during January and February.

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