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Morning Ireland Friday 23 August 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.
A selection of stories from the week, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team.
Moya Murdock, chief executive of the Road Safety Authority, discusses her concerns about the garda restructuring plan announced by Commissioner Drew Harris.
Sarah O'Sullivan, Journalist in Rio de Janeiro, reports on the fires engulfing the Amazon Rainforest and the political storm the fires are creating.
Sebastien Roblin, contributor to Forbes.com, discusses the impact of the decision of the US to test a nuclear capable Tomahawk cruise missile last weekend.
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, is at Biarritz where the G7 is taking place and discusses what issues will be on the agenda.
David Fitzgerald, chief executive of the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland, discusses some good Brexit news for Irish motorists.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, assesses the past few days in terms of Brexit and where we are now with the Backstop.
Pat Leahy, Political Editor Irish Times, reports that fires in the Amazon have surged 83% so far this year compared with the same period a year earlier.
Elaine Keogh reports from a community archaeology dig in The Naul in North County Dublin where local volunteers have been working alongside professional archaeologists.
Sam McBride, News Letter Political Editor, discusses new material released in Government files on Northern Ireland from the beginning of the first ceasefire.
Kieran Kennedy, Managing Director of O Neills Sportswear, discusses the re-opening of the last stitching factory in Derry and the influence of recent phenomenon, Derry Girls, on the industry.
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Gill Stedman has been taking a look at some of the traditions associated with Leap Year
Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, reports that a new exhibition celebrating the life of the man once known as the 'High King of Grafton Street' has opened at the Little Museum of Dublin on St Stephen's Green
Eileen Magnier, North West Correspondent, reports on a new road safety initiative in Co Donegal