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    Morning Ireland Tuesday 3 March 2015

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    Judgment expected in Killiney eviction case

    Ray Kennedy reports on the standoff between solicitor Brian O'Donnell and Bank of Ireland over the repossession of the family's home in Killiney
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    HSE to takeover Dublin ambulance dispatch responsibility

    Owen Keegan, Chief Executive of Dublin City Council, and Brendan O'Brien, SIPTU organiser, discuss the decision to move responsibility for the dispatch of ambulances from Dublin Fire Brigade to the HSE
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    Further arrests in connection with Brockwell prison escape

    Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports that a third person has been arrested as part of the investigation into the escape of prisoner Derek Brockwell
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    Howlin to propose new forum on pay and tax

    Fiach Kelly, Political Correspondent with the Irish Times, discusses new budgetary proposals being put forward by Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin
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    New legislation proposed to reduce bankruptcy burden

    Willie Penrose, Labour TD for Longford-Westmeath, outlines the measures contained in his Personal Insolvency Bill
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    US and Israel seek to diffuse tensions over Netanyahu speech

    Caitriona Perry, Washington Correspondent, discusses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech in which he is expected to urge the US to impose sanctions on Iran
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    Delays in direct provision hampering refugee integration

    Sophie Magennis, Head of Office with UNHCR Ireland, discusses a study which highlights the barriers refugees face integrating in Irish society
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    Government urged to address scourge of drug overdoses

    Tony Geoghegan, Merchants Quay Ireland, discusses a petition to the minister for health calling for greater urgency addressing the issue of fatal drug overdoses in Ireland

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    Time running out for Lotto winner who bought ticket in Mayo

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, says a Lotto winner has until Friday to collect a €2.9 million win. The ticket was bought in Tesco, Claremorris, Co Mayo, last November

    Would you consult your GP via video conference on a smartphone?

    Dr Ray Walley, Chairman of the GP Committee of the IMO, discusses a new initiative from insurer Aviva offering access to doctors by phone or video conference

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