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Paraic Duffy, Director General of the GAA, talked to Sean about the new GAA GO initiative
Rescue efforts are continuing this morning to locate more than one hundred people still missing after a mining disaster in Soma, western Turkey two days ago.
282 people are now confirmed dead.
Industrial action has been announced by Turkey’s main labour unions in protest at the loss of lives.
On the line from Bodrum in Western Turkey was freelance reporter, Laura Wells.
Joining Sean in Monaghan for today’s programme were Mairead McGuinness (Fine Gael); Marian Harkin (Independent); Ronan Mullen (Independent); and Matt McCarthy (Sinn Fein).
As Irish Water removes meters from a Cork housing estate, documents obtained by the Irish Independent today reveal the full extent of water leakage around the country – and it’s a staggering 680 million litres every day. That’s enough for 1.5m families.
Paul Melia, of the Irish Independent has been covering this story.
Joining Sean for the second of our debates form Monaghan on the European Elections were Luke “Ming” Flanagan (Independent); Pat “The Cope” Gallagher (Fianna Fail); Lorraine Higgins (Labour) and Marke Deery (Green Party) and Valerie Cox met the remainder of the candidates yesterday.
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Presenter: Sean O'Rourke