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    Morning Ireland Wednesday 16 April 2014

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    Putin warns Ukraine is on verge of civil war

    Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor, Channel Four News reports on 'anti-terrorism' operations in eastern Ukraine

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    Cabinet to discuss water charges

    Martina Fitzgerald, Political Correspondent, reports that the Cabinet is to meet to discuss water charges and what the average household charge will be 

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    Finance minister not for easing up on austerity

    Sean Whelan, Economics Correspondent, discusses the draft Stability Programme update and Minister Michael Noonan's appearance before the Dáil Finance committee last night

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    How can we prevent the spread of infection by MRSA?

    Professor David Coleman of Trinity College discusses new research identifying strains of sporadic MRSA in Irish hospitals that could help to detect and prevent the spread of infection

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    Escalation of tensions in eastern Ukraine

    Alec Luhn reports from behind a convoy of armoured vehicles with militia men believed to be en route to an airbase in eastern Ukraine

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    Day 3 of pre-election series: Part 2

    Cian McCormack is on the pre-election trail, and looks at the number of women running for election in Galway

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    A vote in favour of a crucifix in council chamber

    Anne Lucey, journalist, reports on a vote by Kerry councillors to place a crucifix in the council chamber, even though it is in conflict with equality legislation

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    Cian McCormack took to the road to find out what people are talking about ahead of the May elections
    Are our ISPs ripping us off?

    Are our ISPs ripping us off?

    Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent, discusses how much we're paying for telecoms services compared to the rest of Europe.
    Curragh Mutiny: 100 years later

    Curragh Mutiny: 100 years later

    Eunan O'Halpin, professor of Contemporary Irish History at Trinity College Dublin, discusses the significance of the 1914 Curragh Mutiny

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