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    Morning Ireland Monday 27 April 2015

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    Ulster Bank in move over mortgage arrears

    David Murphy, Business Editor, reports that Ulster Bank will not pursue customers, who are on low incomes and who are in arrears, for outstanding debt if they sell their homes
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    Aid agencies respond to crisis in Nepal

    Pius Perumana, Director with Caritas in Kathmandu, discusses the situation on the ground after Saturday's earthquake

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    Nepalese people in Ireland try to contact home

    Petula Martyn reports from Kathmandu Kitchen in Dublin city where members of the Nepalese community gathered to discuss how they can support the rescue effort at home, following Saturday's earthquake
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    Antrim man gives his account of earthquake in Nepal

    Conor Barrins speaks to Antrim-man Barry Torrens in Kathmandu who experienced Saturday's devastating earthquake in Nepal

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    Aftermath of earthquake in Nepal

    Pat Falvey, Irish explorer and Everest conqueror, discusses the likely problems to be faced by Nepal as they rebuild after Saturday's devastating earthquake

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    Concerns over IBRC transactions

    Stephen Donnelly, Independent TD for Wicklow East, raises further questions over transactions at IBRC before its liquidation, including the sale of Siteserv
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    Increase in public sector pay?

    Ingrid Miley, Industry and Employment Correspondent, reports that the Government is considering increasing public sector pay by 2 per cent
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    Deadline approaches for new health insurance charges

    Charles Normand, Professor of Health Policy and Management at TCD, discusses the deadline for new loadings on health insurance policies for those over 35

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    Poll: 'Yes' vote leads same-sex marriage referendum

    Jane Suiter, Political Scientist with Dublin City University, discusses the latest poll figures on the same-sex marriage referendum
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    101 children received a kidney transplant at Temple Street

    Conor Barrins spoke to Courtney Kealy, aged 17, from Slane, Co. Meath who received the first kidney transplant in Temple Street in 2003; Dr Michael Riordan, Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist, discusses the successful Paediatric Kidney Transplantation Programme at Temple Street Children's Hospital

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    Death in duty: the British who died in 1916

    Justin McCarthy travelled to the north of England where he met relatives of British soldiers who fought and died in the Easter Rising, and who want a permanent memorial to be erected in Dublin

    Calls for Taoiseach to visit graves of Britain's 1916 soldiers

    In the second part of his report, Justin McCarthy spoke to the relatives of some of the British soldiers who survived the Easter Rising and went on to fight in World War I

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