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Morning Ireland Tuesday 30 June 2020
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Bryan Dobson.
Marina Starleaf Riker, Investigative Reporter with the San Antonio Express-News, discusses the surge in COVID-19 cases in Texas.
George Lee, Environment and Science Correspondent, discusses the latest Department of Health figures on the spread of COVID-19.
Peter Soulsby, Mayor of Leicester, discusses the lockdown extension in the UK city due to a rise in coronavirus cases.
Cian McCormack continues his tour of the country with a a visit to the midlands to hear how tourism there has been impacted.
Cian McCormack continues his tour of the country with a a visit to the midlands to hear how tourism there has been impacted
John Moran, Chair of SME Recovery Ireland, outlines why he is calling for existing small business support scheme's, introduced in May, to be scrapped and repurposed.
Mairead McGuinness, Fine Gael MEP for Midlands North West and vice-president of the European Parliament, discusses this week's official cut off point for the UK to seek another Brexit extension, and the growing risk of a no deal Brexit in October.
Fiach Kelly, Irish Times Deputy Political Editor, discusses the new Government's first cabinet meeting on Monday and its plans for a July economic stimulus package.
Bonnie Leung, a Pro-Democracy Activist in China, discusses a sweeping new national security law that has been passed in Hong Kong following a year of Pro-Democracy protests.
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Petula Martyn has the day's business news including an interview with Group CEO of Bank of Ireland Francesca McDonagh.
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