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Morning Ireland Wednesday 23 October 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Audrey Carville.
Paschal Sheehy. Southern Editor, reports on fears of job losses at the Novartis plants in Ringaskiddy County Cork.
Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, reports that More than 300 jobs are to go at the Novartis plants in Ringaskiddy County Cork.
Pat Breen, Minister of State for Department of Enterprise and Innovation, discusses the department's reaction to the closure of Molex Ireland.
Ailbhe Conneely reports on a boil water notice issued for areas of Dublin, Kildare and Meath affecting around 600,000 people
Yvonne Harris, Customer Strategy Manager with Irish Water, discusses a boil water notice issued for areas of Dublin, Kildare and Meath affecting around 600,000 people.
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, reports on how MPs rejected Boris Johnson's Brexit timetable, increasing the likelihood of an election.
Tommy Meskill looks back at apologies past; Mary McAuliffe, Assistant Professor of Gender Studies at UCD, on the significance of apologies and their impact
Simon Harris, Minister for Health, gives his reaction to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's apology in the Dáil yesterday to the women and families affected by CervicalCheck controversy
Niall Hogan, Head of eMobility at ESB, discusses the implementation of prices to charge electric cars at fast public chargers from November 18th.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports that a 25-year-old man is due in court this morning charged in connection with the kidnapping and attack on a teenager in Cavan last week.
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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.