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Morning Ireland Thursday 20 August 2015
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Conor Brophy.
Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Transport, outlines details of the country's first national aviation policy. He also comments on reported changes to water conservation grants
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, discusses the latest on the murder investigation of Kevin McGuigan
Fiach Kelly, Political Correspondent with the Irish Times, reports that the Government is considering linking the €100 water grant to bill payment rather than registration
Stephen Ryan, Irish Red Cross Emergency Communications Consultant, is in Kos, where he witnessed the distress of migrants arriving on the shores
Fiona Forde reports from South Africa where the country's justice minister has intervened to prevent the release of athlete Oscar Pistorius from prison on Friday
Aisling Kenny reports on more than 1,000 younger people with disabilities who live in long-term care such as nursing homes
Bel Trew, freelance journalist, reports on a car bomb which exploded near a security building in Cairo
Stephen McNally, President of the Irish Hotels Federation, discusses the merits of retaining the 9% VAT rate for tourism
Artur Banaszkiewicz, Education expert and Student Advisor at Medical Poland, and students Chloe O'Toole and Nayab Ghouri discuss the opportunities to study medicine in Poland
Barry Whyte reports that Tourism Ireland has pledged money to Donegal Co Council for plans for a significant visitor enhancement and management solution for the entire Malin Head site
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Robert Shortt, Economics Correspondent, looks at how the national grid will function if the Climate Action Plan targets are reached.
Robert Shortt,Economics Correspondent looks at Ireland's offshore power plant, in the second of a three part series on the country's power infrastructure.
Robert Shortt, Economics Correspondent, looks at the effects that data centres will have on the country's electricity infrastructure.