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Morning Ireland Monday 22 February 2021
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English, Gavin Jennings Audrey Carville, Áine Lawlor and Mary Wilson.
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice, is introducing a series of reforms in a new action plan for 2021 and also planning changes to Ireland's alcohol licensing laws
Mícheál Lehane, political correspondent, discusses what we should expect from the Government's latest Living with Covid plan, which is due to be published later this week.
Donall O'Keeffe, chief executive of the Licensed Vintners' Association, says publicans welcome extended opening hours but need more financial support from Government
Dr Emmet Andrews, consultant general and colorectal surgeon in CUH, discusses the increased waiting lists for routine colonoscopies due to Covid-19.
Conor Kane reports on children who attend special classes in mainstream schools are returning to the class room today.
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, discusses a DUP party bid to launch a legal challenge against the Northern Ireland protocol, a protocol which is key to the Brexit deal.
Dave Browne lead singer of Irish band Picturehouse, calls for increased Government support for musicians
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith reports on how thousands of people in Donegal are still living in homes which are falling apart and risk collapsing.
Professor Brendan Kelly, Associate Clinical Profesor of Psychiatry, provides tips how to cope during this current lockdown
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Robert Shortt, Economics Correspondent, looks at how the national grid will function if the Climate Action Plan targets are reached.
Robert Shortt,Economics Correspondent looks at Ireland's offshore power plant, in the second of a three part series on the country's power infrastructure.
Robert Shortt, Economics Correspondent, looks at the effects that data centres will have on the country's electricity infrastructure.