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    The Exchequer has collected €805 million more than expected this year

    Seamus Coffey, lecturer in Economics at UCC, on the latest returns which show that the Exchequer collected 805 million euro more than expected in the first six months of the year

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    What does it take to cycle around the world?

    Co Leitrim man, Breifne Earley, is about to complete an around the world cycle race which began in March 2014

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    Two victims of Tunisia shooting to be laid to rest

    RTE's Midlands Correspondent Ciaran Mullooly reports from Athlone where two of the victims of last Friday's terror attack in Tunisia, Martina and Larry Hayes will be laid to rest

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    New gene therapy trial for cystic fibrosis sufferers

    Professor Debra Gill, co-author of trial and Associate Professor of Gene Medicine at Oxford University, explains the significance of a new trial of gene therapy for cystic fibrosis sufferers

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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

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    First Hour Podcast 3rd June 2015

    Presented by Claire Byrne and Audrey Carville

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    Second Hour Podcast 3rd June 2015

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    Holy Places: Part 3 of Cian McCormack's series

    It's day three of Cian McCormack's tour of Holy Places and, today, he's at the shrine in Knock, Co Mayo, which is visited by 1.5 million pilgrims visit every year

    Holy Places: Part 4 of Cian McCormack's series

    Cian McCormack's 'Holy Places' series continues in Lough Derg, Co Donegal

    Holy Places: Part 5 of Cian McCormack's series

    Cian McCormack reports that Clare County Council is to purchase Holy Island in Lough Derg, Co Clare

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