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Morning Ireland Tuesday 3 October 2017
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Conor Brophy
Mark Thomas, producer with KXNT Radio, brings us the latest from Las Vegas.
Caitriona Perry, our Washington Correspondent, brings us the latest live from Las Vegas
Patrick Hughes, President of Fremont Street Experience, in downtown Las Vegas discusses the impact this deadly attack will have on his adopted city.
Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, reports that the Cabinet will today agree plans to extend maternity leave and benefit in cases
Gerard Guinan, General Secretary of PDFORRA, says the Defence Forces are experiencing major difficulties in retaining and recruiting personnel
Dr John Kyle, deputy leader of the Progressive Unionist Party and Belfast City Councillor, reacts to four Catholic families leaving their homes after receiving sectarian threats
Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children's Rights Alliance, explains who will be covered under new legal obligations to report concerns of child abuse, which will come into force next year
Sergi Marcen, Chief Representative of the Government of Catalonia to the United Kingdom and Ireland, discusses the next steps for the region following Sunday's contentious vote
Dr Anna Clarke, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, advises health care workers to get the annual flu vaccine
John Caddell, music journalist and broadcaster with RockYouLike.com, shares his thoughts on the death of Tom Petty
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Elaine Keogh reports from Ireland's only exotic animal santuary in Co Meath which has seen a big increase in the number of exotic animals in this country
Cian McCormack reports from the Christmas Market in Cavan, where traders are persuading people to shop locally