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Morning Ireland Friday 16 October 2015

Morning Ireland

Morning Ireland

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

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Loss of Web Summit highlights lack of long-term planning

Loss of Web Summit highlights lack of long-term planning

Gina Quinn, CEO of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, discusses the loss of the Web Summit

Government must try and win Web Summit back

Government must try and win Web Summit back

Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport Pascal Donohoe says Dublin regularly shows itself able to host major events like the Web Summit

Talks to resume today to house Traveller families

Talks to resume today to house Traveller families

Joe Mag Raollaigh reports on continuing efforts to reach agreement over the housing of families bereaved by the Carrickmines fire

EU agrees deal with Turkey over migrants

EU agrees deal with Turkey over migrants

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports that EU leaders offered to liberalise visa requirements for Turkish citizens travelling to Europe in exchange for help in stemming the flow of migrants

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'Extremely tense situation' prevails in Jerusalem

'Extremely tense situation' prevails in Jerusalem

Jonny Dymond, BBC reporter, gives an update from Jerusalem on the latest breakout of violence in the city

Extra free pre-school year comes with problems

Extra free pre-school year comes with problems

Emma O'Kelly, Education Correspondent, reports on how Budget16 will affect childcare

Fans optimistic about Ireland's rugby chances

Fans optimistic about Ireland's rugby chances

Alyson Henry spoke to fans as they prepared to board flights for this weekend's Rugby World Cup match against Argentina in Cardiff

Happy atmosphere at Dublin Airport as charter flights set off

Happy atmosphere at Dublin Airport as charter flights set off

Siobhan O'Donnell, head of external communications with the DAA, says some 60 flights will be running over the weekend, up to and including Sunday morning

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Give Up Yer Aul Sins takes on a 21st century rhythm

Give Up Yer Aul Sins takes on a 21st century rhythm

Louise Byrne reports from the Rutland Street National School, made famous by Give Up Yer Aul Sins, where pupils have recorded their take on modern life through rap

7:10am It Says In The Papers

7:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S Doyle

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8:10am It Says In The Papers

Presented by John S Doyle

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7:15am Business news

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7:50am Business news

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7:40am Sports news

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8:40am Sports news

8:40am Sports news

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Weather forecast

Weather forecast

Presented by David Rodgers of Met Éireann

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8am News bulletin

8am News bulletin

Presented by Clodagh Walsh

First Hour Podcast: Fri 16 October, 2015

First Hour Podcast: Fri 16 October, 2015

Presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Fran McNulty

Second Hour Podcast: Fri 16 October, 2015

Second Hour Podcast: Fri 16 October, 2015

Presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Fran McNulty

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Why is it taking so long to build social housing?

Louise Byrne reports on a not-for-profit housing organisation which is accusing the Department of Housing of holding up the development of new, social houses

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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