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Petula Martyn reports from the scene of the fire at Thornfield Square in Clondalkin. No serious injuries have been reported
Petula Martyn reports that gardaí have sealed off the apartment block as a crime scene
Maria Dempsey talks about how her family is dealing with the death of her daughter Alicia Brough, one of four people murdered by Limerick man John Geary in November 2011
Public Transport Minister Alan Kelly discusses the transport changes on the way for rural communities
Dr Anthony McCarthy, perinatal psychiatrist, gives his views on the Abortion Bill amendments tabled by Minister Lucinda Creighton
Carl O'Brien, Irish Times chief reporter, says householders who fail to pay new water charges face having their water pressure reduced, under new measures approved by the Government
Stephen Maguire, Editor of DonegalDaily.com, reports that gardaí are appealing for information about a man whose body was discovered in the Churchill area on Sunday
Rob Crilly, Pakistan Correspondent with the Daily Telegraph, discusses a leaked report into the circumstances of Osama Bin Laden's killing
Barrister Remy Farrell explains how the extradition process works here when a person is being sought by the US
Fran McNulty reports on a letter sent to US Secretary of State John Kerry by the chairman of a Senate Committee over interviews contained in the Boston College archive
Jerry Moriarity , CEO of the Irish Association of Pension Funds, discusses the crisis facing workers on defined benefit pensions schemes
Justin McCarthy reports on the opening of a 13th century section of Ireland's greatest medieval cathederal, St Patrick's, in Dublin
Karen Creed finds out what it is like for 50,000 Muslims living in Ireland experiencing an Irish Ramadan
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