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    Drivetime Wednesday 17 April 2013



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

    24 hours later - Rejection of Croke Park 2

    Drivetime's Philip Boucher Hayes on whether we are looking at Croke Park 3 or a summer of discontent.

    Where to now ? - Rejection of Croke Park 2

    Dr Tom Healy Director of the Nevin economic research institute. Eddie Molloy consultant & director of "Advanced Organisation" and Dr Michael Doherty lecturer in DCU's School of Law and Government

    The human rights cost of the Grand Prix in Bahrain.

    Human rights groups warn against crack downs on protestors ahead of the Grand Prix in Bahrain. Colm O'Gorman is Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland was in studio.

    Olivia O'Leary

    Olivia's column this week issues a warning on foreign divorc

    Unions threaten industrial action - Rejection of Croke Park 2

    Tom Geraghty of the PSEU

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