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Morning Ireland Wednesday 27 July 2016

Rural broadband task force to meet for the first time

Rural broadband task force to meet for the first time

Denis Naughten, Minister for Communications, says the objective of a new task force is to provide immediate solutions to the broadband and phone coverage deficits in Ireland

Final Cabinet meeting before the summer break

Final Cabinet meeting before the summer break

David Davin-Power, Political Correspondent, reports that the Cabinet will discuss the Dignam Inquiry, personal budgets for the disabled and the proposal to bar politicians found guilty of corruption from running for election

Irish Water: Around 180,000 homes have lead piping

Irish Water: Around 180,000 homes have lead piping

Jerry Grant, Managing Director of Irish Water, urges homeowners whose houses were built before 1980 to check their internal plumbing for lead

Almost 12,000 contact Dublin RCC in 2015

Almost 12,000 contact Dublin RCC in 2015

Noeline Blackwell, CEO of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, discusses new figures that show 12,000 calls were made to the centre's helpline last year

Clinton hails 'biggest crack' in glass ceiling

Clinton hails 'biggest crack' in glass ceiling

Caitriona Perry, Washington Correspondent, reports from Philadelphia where the Democatic National Convention has nominated Hilary Clinton for president

All 4th year student nurses offered permanent posts

All 4th year student nurses offered permanent posts

Liam Doran, General Secretary of the INMO, discusses the decision of the HSE to offer permanent posts to all fourth year nurses

Major traffic disruption in Dublin city centre this weekend

Major traffic disruption in Dublin city centre this weekend

Brendan O'Brien, from Dublin City Council, discusses the closure of parts of the North and South Quays due to Luas Cross City construction works

Will Britain opt for a 'soft' or a 'hard' Brexit?

Will Britain opt for a 'soft' or a 'hard' Brexit?

George Parker, Political Editor of the Financial Times, reports that the UK Trade Secretary is putting pressure on the Prime Minister to pull out of the EU customs union

Coastguard saves man thanks to rescue device

Coastguard saves man thanks to rescue device

Gerard O'Flynn, Irish Coastguard, discusses the rescue of a man off the coast of Wexford thanks to a personal locator beacon

Why are we witnessing so many extremist attacks in Europe?

Why are we witnessing so many extremist attacks in Europe?

Margaret Gilmore, Senior Associate Fellow with the Royal United Services Institute, and Hazhir Temourian, Middle East author and commentator, discuss the causes of the recent spate of terror related attacks and what can be done to stop them

Rickshaws 'exist in a legal grey area'

Rickshaws 'exist in a legal grey area'

Conor Sheehan reports that there are calls to regulate the rickshaw business in Dublin

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First Hour Podcast: Wednesday, 27 July, 2016

First Hour Podcast: Wednesday, 27 July, 2016

Presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings

Second Hour Podcast: Wednesday, 27 July, 2016

Second Hour Podcast: Wednesday, 27 July, 2016

Presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings

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