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Morning Ireland Tuesday 6 September 2016
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Keelin Shanley
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on the arrest of a man in Strabane in connection with the murder of a man in the Regency Hotel in Dublin earlier this year
Justin McCarthy reports that the Revenue Commissioners was aware in January of this year of the widespread sale of loans by NAMA to companies which use Section 110 of the tax code to pay little or no tax in Ireland
Aisling Kenny reports on the delayed access to treatment at the National Rehabilitation Hospital for some people suffering from complex, acquired brain injuries
Martina Fitzgerald, Political Correspondent, discusses the ongoing political fallout from the European Commission's ruling on Apple's tax affairs with Ireland
Sarah O'Sullivan, freelance journalist in Rio, says Pat Hickey is due to answer questions by police today on the alleged mis-selling of tickets to the Olympic Games in Brazil
Mike Jennings, General Secretary Irish Federation of University Teachers, discusses the drop in places for Irish universities in world rankings
Richard Ryder, marketing manager with the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland, calls for tougher penalties for those who park illegally in disabled spaces
Máire Treasa Ní Cheallaigh reports from Tipperary as the minor and senior teams return with their trophies
Stephen Murphy speaks to Eileen Flynn, aunt of 12-year-old Paddy Flynn, who gives the family's reaction to his acceptance into secondary school and the challenges facing Traveller pupils
Eleanor Burnhill gives an update on the protest taking place at London City Aiport
John O'Kane, Executive Director of RTÉ Orchestras, Quartet & Choirs, discusses a new centenary project, 'Composing the Island', involving music by Irish composers written between 1916 and 2016
Presented by Deirdre Purcell
Presented by Adam Maguire
Presented by Pauric Lodge
Presented by John Eagleton of Met Éireann
Presented by Brian Jennings
presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Keelin Shanley
Presented by Cathal Mac Coille and Keelin Shanley
Philip Bromwell reports on 17-year-old Brandon Fay, who was hospitalised with coronavirus and has returned to his work experience placement at the hospital that treated him.
Cian McCormack reports from a church in Dublin where the priest and parishioners are remembering those who've died with Covid-19.
Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, meets up with some local producers hoping to be back selling their produce in the farmers' markets next week.