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    Glanbia undertakes historic investment in Waterford plant

    George Lee, Agriculture Correspondent, reports on the opening of Glanbia's flagship infant formula plant in Co Waterford

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    Glanbia boss hails Waterford development

    Jim Bergin, CEO of Glanbia Ingredients Ireland, discusses the company's new state of the art baby formula facility

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    Labour TD proposes fatal foetal abnormality bill

    Michael McNamara, Labour TD for Clare, discusses a bill he plans to introduce in the Dáil that would allow for the termination of pregnancies in the case of fatal foetal abnormalities

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    Irish Priest opposes execution of Indonesian drug smugglers

    Fr Charlie Burrows, Oblate missionary in Cilacap, Indonesia, discusses his opposition to the death penalties imposed on the 'Bali Nine' prisoners

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    New mental health legislation to change how people interact with services

    Kathleen Lynch, Minister of State at the Department of Health, discusses recommended changes to the 2001 Mental Health Act

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    EPA calls for changes on waste odours

    Cian McCormack reports that nine out of ten complaints about waste made to the Environmental Protection Agency concern odour

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    Before 1916 - Glasnevin series on life before the revolution

    George McCullagh, CEO of the Glasnevin Trust, discusses General John Maxwell who is the subject of a lecture this evening as part of a series looking at Ireland's revolutionists before 1916

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    Belfast's call - rugby squad trains in Northern Ireland

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, looks ahead to squad training for the Irish rugby team in Belfast today

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    Time running out for Lotto winner who bought ticket in Mayo

    Pat McGrath, Western Correspondent, says a Lotto winner has until Friday to collect a €2.9 million win. The ticket was bought in Tesco, Claremorris, Co Mayo, last November

    Would you consult your GP via video conference on a smartphone?

    Dr Ray Walley, Chairman of the GP Committee of the IMO, discusses a new initiative from insurer Aviva offering access to doctors by phone or video conference

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