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    Morning Ireland Wednesday 22 October 2014

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    Govt considering temporary changes to water charges

    Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly tells Prime Time the Govt will look again at Irish Water; Fiach Kelly, Political Correspondent with The Irish Times, discusses the ongoing problems raised by the water issue

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    Gardaí move closer to solving 40 year old mystery of Mary Boyle's disappearance

    Mary Boyle's mother Ann speaks to Justin McCarthy about the latest developments; Barry Cummins, Prime Time reporter and author of 'Missing', discusses one of Ireland's longest running missing-person cases

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    Review to be carried out into handling of Maíria Cahill case

    David Ford, Northern Ireland Justice Minister, discusses the decision by the Public Prosecution Service to investigate how State prosecutors handled allegations made by Maíria Cahill

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    Over 36,000 teachers have yet to get Garda clearance

    Louise Byrne reports that 40% of teachers have not been vetted by gardaí despite impending legislation aimed at strengthening the vetting system; Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children's Rights Alliance, discusses the implications of this situation

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    Judge warns about potential slurry disaster

    Brian McDonald, journalist with Media West Ireland, reports on a case at Longford District Court involving four million gallons of slurry which the judge described as an environmental disaster waiting to happen

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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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