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    Morning Ireland Monday 24 November 2014

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    Morning Ireland

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    Irish Water exceeds its own budget for metering costs

    Michael McNicholas, Chief Executive of Ervia, reacts to news that Bord Gáis underestimated the cost of the Irish Water metering programme by more than €100 million

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    Is there an appetite for new political parties here?

    Gary Murphy, Professor of Politics at DCU, discusses whether there's a public appetite for a new political party

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    Deadline looms for Iran nuclear deal

    Sir Richard Dalton, former British Ambassador to Iran, discusses diplomatic efforts to resolve the stand off over Iran's nuclear weapons.

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    Breege Quinn pleads for justice for her son

    Breege Quinn, mother of Paul Quinn who was beaten to death in 2007, speaks ahead of an SDLP motion in the NI Assembly today
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    Murdered man's parents to attend motion on his killings

    Breege Quinn, mother of Paul Quinn, discusses the SDLP motion which is being debated in the NI Assembly today

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    Mother charged over baby found in a drain

    BBC's Sydney correspondent, Phil Mercer, reports that a woman has been charged with attempted murder over baby find

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    Sinkhole appears in Kerry town

    Bobby O'Connell, Kerry County Councillor, discusses the surprise of residents who woke up to see a huge sinkhole in Castleisland

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    7:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by John S. Doyle

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    8:10am It Says In The Papers

    Presented by John S. Doyle

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    For sale - a piece of Irish literary history

    Conor McMorrow reports on the sale of Billy Brennan's barn in Co Monaghan, which was made famous by the poetry of Patrick Kavanagh

    A very special performance - 500 children to sing with orchestra

    Sinead Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, reports on the 'Bluebottle' choral performance which will see 500 children from schools around Co Wicklow joining forces with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

    Glasnevin cemetery commemorates Armistice Day

    George McCullagh, Chief Executive of the Glasnevin trust, discusses some of the artefacts on view at an exhibition to mark the end of World War I

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