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    Morning Ireland Thursday 30 October 2014

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    Water protest and Máiráa Cahill controversy dominate political agenda

    Cian McCormack hits the road to find out what people are really saying about Irish Water, and Political Correspondent David Davin Power explains the latest twist in the Máiráa Cahill controversy
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    Travel disruption for rail commuters

    Jane Cregan, Irish Rail, gives details of rail disruption for morning commuters
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    Northern Ireland ministers attempt to finalise budget plans

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, says the North's power-sharing executive will today attempt to reach agreement on a budget
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    Russian planes conduct military excercises in European airspace

    Declan Power, Security and Defence Analyst, discusses significant military manoeuvres in European airspace by Russia
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    New hate crime laws on the way

    Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, Equality Minister, responds to the latest protests in Waterford
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    Government's energy strategy called into question

    Pat O'Toole, News Correspondent with the Irish Farmers' Journal, describes an ESB report questioning Eirgrid's pylon plans
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    France and Russia to complete warship deal

    Dr Samuel Greene, Director of King College London's Russia Institute, analyses recent developments in the eastern Ukraine conflict
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    Cameron under pressure over stance on EU

    Nicholas Watt, the Guardian Political Correspondent, discusses David Cameron's ongoing difficulties concerning Europe
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    New website launched to provide information on charity sector

    Ivan Cooper, Director of Advocacy at The Wheel, discusses the launch of a new website to provide information to members of the public seeking to evaluate charities
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    Irish junior coder in European final

    Ten-year-old Lauren Boyle, a finalist in the European Digital Girl of the Year Award, talks about her creative use of coding and developing her positve life skills website for children
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    Tony McMahon, musician with Parkinson's, says farewell to music

    Sinead Crowley, RTÉ's Arts and Media Correspondent, reports from well-known musician, critic and former producer Tony McMahon's 'farewell' to music gathering last night in Dublin
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    Wexford Festival Opera evokes memories of WWI

    Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondnet, reports on Silent Night, an opera based on an incident during World War I when soldiers laid down their arms for a brief truce at Christmas

    Chris O'Dowd receives Freedom of Roscommon

    Sean O'Dowd, proud father of actor Chris O'Dowd, discusses the Freedom of Roscommon honour which is being bestowed on his son

    A rare insight into the 'roof of the world'

    Philip Bromwell takes an escorted visit to Tibet, the so-called 'roof of the world'

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