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Morning Ireland Friday 30 March 2018
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
A selection of stories from the week, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team
Edgar Morgenroth, Professor of Economics at DCU says a population growth and a lack of house building will allow the housing crisis to continue
Conor Gallagher, Irish Times journalist discusses today's article outlining how a juror in the Belfast rape trial made comments online after the verdict.
James Lawless, Fianna Fáil TD and chair of the Oireactas Communications Committee, says there should be a better licence fee collection model
Derek Mooney, Public Affairs Consultant and former ministerial advisor to Willie O'Dea, says it's no surprise Micheál Martin has made changes
Fred Weir, Russia Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor, talks about the reaction in Russia to the tit for tat expulsions
Barry Kenny from Iarnród Éireann details the work that will be carried out at several locations
Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent, talks about the breach in the MyFitnessPal app
Aisling Kenny speaks to a woman with Type 1 diabetes who isn't eligible for the new treatment
Leo Enright, Space expert says Tiangong-1 will fall from space over the weekend
Grainne McGuinness, Paper Owl Films creator of 'Pablo' says the show about a boy with autism is going to be shown in the US and Canada
Aengus Cox looks back at pubs closing in Ireland as today is the first Good Friday in 90 years they will be open
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Eilis Sheehy reports from Limerick where a homeless shelter's extended opening hours, because of Covid-19, led to life-changing benefits for some of its residents.
Tommy Meskill reports on efforts by owners of houseboats moored on Irish Waterways to be allowed live full time on their boats.
Cian McCormack reports on the increased number of suspected dog thefts, as demand for pets soars under Covid-19