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    Morning Ireland Wednesday 23 April 2014

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    Morning Ireland

    Live news, sports, weather and traffic from the country's most listened to show on radio. Presented by Cathal Mac Coille, Rachael English, Gavin Jennings and Fran McNulty.
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    Fallout from teachers' vocal reception to Education Minister's speech

    Emma O Kelly, Education Correspondent, previews today's TUI annual congress and reviews the reception the Education Minister received at the ASTI annual congress
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    Gardaí launch fresh campaign targetting drivers using mobile phones

    John Twomey, Assistant Garda Commissioner with the National Traffic Bureau, outlines garda plans for a clampdown on mobile phone use while driving
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    End of an era? Speculation over rebranding of Nokia phones

    John Kennedy, editor of Silicon Republic, discusses the end of an era for Nokia as a deal to overtake it looms large
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    Fresh concerns that Ukrainian instability threatens Chernobyl nuclear power plant

    Adi Roche, CEO of Chernobyl Children International, fears the escalating Ukraine-Russia hostilities is a setback for a project to make the Chernobyl nuclear power plant safe
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    Contract signed to build controversial pier in Doolin, Co Clare

    Mattie Shannon, Doolin Coast Guard, welcomes the signing of a contract to construct a new pier in Doolin in Co Clare
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    7.10am It Says in the Papers

    Presented by Clodagh Walsh
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    Teachers' union responds to criticism of response to minister's speech

    Sally Maguire, ASTI President, explains why the Minister for Education was heckled at the ASTI annual congress
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    Irish Water blocked from installing meters in Cork housing estate

    Eoin English, Senior Reporter with the Irish Examiner, reports on a standoff between protestors and contractors for Irish Water at an estate in Cork yesterday
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    Confusion over kidnapping of students from Nigerian school

    Yinka Ibukun, GRN journalist based in Lagos, reports on what's known and not known about the abduction of 273 girls in northern Nigeria
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    Ukraine orders relaunch of military operations against pro-Russian militants

    Alec Luhn, journalist in eastern Ukraine, discusses the latest developments which have resulted in the relaunch of military operations against pro-Russian militants
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    Manchester United on the hunt for a new manager

    David Davies, football broadcaster, former executive director of the FA, and co-author of the book FA Confidential discusses the next steps for Manchester United following the departure of David Moyes
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    Movies and music - students expand their horizons as film composers

    Arts and Media Correspondent, Sinéad Crowley spoke to those taking part in a training programme in scoring for film
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    8.10am It Says in the Papers

    Presented by Clodagh Walsh
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