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News At One Tuesday 16 January 2018

News At One

News At One

News, sport, business and interviews with Justin McCarthy

Limerick and fans across the world mourn the death of Dolores O'Riordan

Limerick and fans across the world mourn the death of Dolores O'Riordan

London correspondent Fiona Mitchell says the death of Delores O'Riordan not being treated as suspicious. Mid West correspondent Cathy Halloran speaks to principal and pupils from Laurel Hill Colaiste school in Limerick. Former Cranberry Saw Us frontman Niall Quinn talks about introducing Delores O'Riordan to the Cranberries.

Gardaí say crowd at Regency Hotel were angry and un-cooperative on day of shooting

Gardaí say crowd at Regency Hotel were angry and un-cooperative on day of shooting

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the Special Criminal Court

Farmers call on EU and UK to maintain current trading relationship post-Brexit

Farmers call on EU and UK to maintain current trading relationship post-Brexit

The President of the Irish Farmers Association Joe Healy said the value of the UK market should not undermined by potential relationships with third countries, including Mercosur countries

Britain could still "change its mind" about Brexit say top EU officials

Britain could still "change its mind" about Brexit say top EU officials

European Council president Donald Tusk said that European's hearts are still open to British friends to remain in the bloc. Tony Connelly reports.

Mother and father charged with torture after their 13 malnourished children rescued from Californian house

Mother and father charged with torture after their 13 malnourished children rescued from Californian house

Harriet Alexander, US Correspondent with the Telegraph says some of the children were found shackled to beds

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