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    Drivetime Tuesday 2 April 2013



    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Greece's Golden Dawn exports Nazism

    After years of importing Nazism, Greece's far right party Golden Dawn now wants to export Nazism to Australia, Canada, The US and Germany. The Guardian's Helena Smith has the story

    Teacher Conference Season 1

    Fergal Keane reports from the ASTI conference in Wexford

    School Patronage

    Michael Moriarty of the IVEA makes the case for community national schools

    Dublin water shortages

    Senior engineer Michael Philips says shortages are likely for the next 6-7 years.

    Paolo di Canio row

    Simon Kuper on allegations of fascism levelled against the new Sunderland manager

    Teacher Conference Season 2

    Fergal Keane reports on the reception afforded to education minister Ruairi Quinn at the ASTI conference

    Guilty verdicts in Nottingham child killing trial

    Rob Watts reports from Nottingham Crown Court on the trial of Mick and Mairead Philpott and Paul Mosley.

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