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Morning Ireland Monday 27 April 2015

Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Fran McNulty.

Ulster Bank in move over mortgage arrears

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

IMHO welcomes Ulster Bank mortgage move

IMHO welcomes Ulster Bank mortgage move

David Hall, Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation , welcomes Ulster Bank's announcement

Aid agencies respond to crisis in Nepal

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

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

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Antrim man gives his account of earthquake in Nepal

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

Aftermath of earthquake in Nepal

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

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

NI Health Minister Jim Wells resigns

NI Health Minister Jim Wells resigns

Sam McBride, Political Correspondent with the Newsletter newspaper, discusses the resignation of the Northern Ireland Health Minister following homophobic comments

Increase in public sector pay?

Increase in public sector pay?

Ingrid Miley, Industry and Employment Correspondent, reports that the Government is considering increasing public sector pay by two per cent

Deadline approaches for new health insurance charges

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

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

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

101 children received a kidney transplant at Temple Street

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

800 cyclists take part in Cycle Against Suicide

800 cyclists take part in Cycle Against Suicide

Jim Breen, founder of Cycle Against Suicide, talks to us ahead of the 1,400km event which gets under way in Belfast today

7.10am It Says In The Papers

7.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Clodagh Walsh

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8.10am It Says In The Papers

8.10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by Clodagh Walsh

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7.15am Business News

7.15am Business News

Presented by Emma McNamara

7.50am Business News

7.50am Business News

Presented by Emma McNamara

7.40am Sports News

7.40am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill

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8.40am Sports News

8.40am Sports News

Presented by Des Cahill

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8am News Bulletin

8am News Bulletin

Presented by Brain Jennings

Weather Forecast

Weather Forecast

Presented by John Eagleton of Met Éireann

First Hour Podcast: Mon 27 April, 2015

First Hour Podcast: Mon 27 April, 2015

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Second Hour Podcast: Mon 27 April, 2015

Second Hour Podcast: Mon 27 April, 2015

8-9am

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World Prematurity Day highlights challenges of pre-term birth

Louise Byrne reports on pre-term twins Zoe and Jessica Nugent who were given just a 30% chance of survival

Luas extension may be bad news for cyclists

Aisling Kenny reports on a study which identified seven city centre routes as "unsuitable" for cyclists

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