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    News At One Friday 31 July 2015

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    News, sport, business and interviews with Áine Lawlor and Richard Crowley.
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    Cameron expects migrant crisis to last all summer

    David Cameron has said extra sniffer dogs and fencing will be sent to France, and the British Ministry of Defence land will be used to ease congestion to try to help deal with the Calais migrant crisis.
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    Drugs manufacturer plans 280 jobs in Tipperary

    A US-based generic drug manufacturer is expected to create around 280 jobs after buying a facility in Cashel, Co Tipperary.
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    Rally calling for release of Afghan migrant from Cloverhill

    A rally organised by the Anti-Racism Network is under way at the Department of Justice, calling for the immediate release of the Afghan man, who was assaulted and injured earlier this week at a Cloverhill prison.
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    Former Anglo officials to be sentenced

    The Circuit Criminal Court has begun hearing evidence in the sentencing of three former employees of Anglo Irish Bank who were convicted of trying to hide accounts from the Revenue Commissioners
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    Bank inquiry's report could face delay until 2016

    The banking inquiry was told last night that its final report could be delayed until January 2016
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    Jury considers verdict in Saverio Bellante trial

    Saverio Bellante has admitted killing a man in Castleknock in Dublin in January 2014 but denies the charge of murder
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    Hundreds registering for over 70s free GP care

    The Health Service Executive has said over 550 people had registered for the free GP care for the over 70s service by 10am today
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    Deadline nears for priority applications to college grant system

    The SUSI website experienced difficulties this afternoon, as an expected 5,000 late applications are processed

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