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Drivetime Wednesday 31 May 2017

Drivetime

Drivetime

John Murray presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

Dublin Shooting

Dublin Shooting

Gardai in Dublin are appealing for information on the fatal shooting of a man in Dublin this morning - in what's believed to be another death in the ongoing Kinahan -Hutch feud. The man's body was discovered in an underground car park in Sheridan Court, Dorset Street, with a number of gunshot wounds at around 10 o'clock. We spoke to Nicola Tallant.

Afghanistan Blast

Afghanistan Blast

80 people are dead and over 350 are injured after a bomb exploded in Kabul. The attack occurred during morning rush hour in the diplomatic quarter of the Afghan capital. Josh Smith of Reuters spoke to us.

Ian Bailey

Ian Bailey

A second attempt by French authorities to have Ian Bailey extradited to face trial over the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier is under way at the High Court. We spoke to Vivienne Traynor.

Templemore and PAC

Templemore and PAC

The Head of the Gardai's Internal Audit Unit has warned that a culture of ''keeping problems in house'' may still exist in the force. Conor McMorrow reports and we spoke to Mary Lou McDonald

AIB Share Sale

AIB Share Sale

To that decision by the Government to sell a 25 per cent stake in Allied Irish Bank. The announcement was made last night by Finance Minister Michael Noonan. AIB was nationalised during the depths of the economic and banking crisis in 2010. Ian Guider spoke to Drivetime.

Boxing

As you've been hearing...preparations for our nine-strong boxing team who are heading to the European Championships in Ukraine next month are being overshadowed by in-fighting amongst the hierarchy. From our Dail studio, Minister for Sport, Patrick O'Donovan.

Mosul

Mosul

Tens of thousands of people are still trapped in ISIS-held areas of the city of Mosul... as the Iraqi army get closer to liberating the city. Fergal Keane had this report.

UK Election Column

UK Election Column

These days, the writer and broadcaster Paddy Duffy, is based in London, where he's been keeping a keen eye on the U.K. election campaign. And today, Paddy wonders why Jeremy Corbyn's face is missing from the photo.

Programme Highlights

Syrian Refugees

The war in Syria and the subsequent migrant crisis prompted Ireland to offer shelter to 4,000 people here under the Irish Refugee Protection Programme two years ago. John Cooke revisits residents of Ballaghaderreen's Emergency Reception Centre .

Hen and Stag Parties

Barry Lenihan reports on stag and hen parties in Carrick on Shannon

Hen and Stag Parties

Hen and Stag Parties in Carlingford Della Kilroy brought us this report

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