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Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, discusses the success of the Government's trade mission to the Gulf
Aisling Kenny reports from the village of Quilty in County Clare on the destruction done to the community as a result of the recent storms
Robert Devoy, Professor in Physical Geography at UCC, discusses what can be done to tackle coastal erosion in light of the recent tidal surges
Shirin Wheeler, spokesperson for Regional Policy at the European Commission, says the Government can apply for funding to deal with storm damage from the European Solidarity Fund
Josephine Feehily, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, discusses Revenue's results for 2013
Cllr. Dermot Looney, Mayor of South Dublin, discusses his decision to resign from the Labour Party
Andrew Turner, BBC reporter in Norfolk, travelled to the scene of the crash while locals in the area told BBC reporter Tim Sparrow they thought the helicopter sounded too low as it flew over
Dr Ralph Trapp, International Disarmament Consultant, outlines the significance of the first consignment of chemical weapons leaving Syria yesterday
Greg Hughes, head of news at Highland Radio, explains the background to the story
Cian McCormack speaks with Mari Cahalane, Head of the Exhibition, and one of the judges, Professor Orla Feely
Kieran McCarthy, Cork historian and independent councillor, discusses the significance of Elizabeth Fort which will be handed over to the City Council today
Marie Caffrey, producer of Cuckoo, says she is thrilled at the win
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The Clare hurling manager gave a speech at Limerick IT in which he revealed he was bullied as a schoolboy.
He also spoke of his concerns in the mid-2000s that Clare players were drinking alcohol and "even taking harder stuff than drink".
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