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Morning Ireland Tuesday 23 February 2021
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English, Gavin Jennings Audrey Carville, Áine Lawlor and Mary Wilson.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent on last night's cabinet sub-committee meeting which met to finalise the Government's plan for living with Covid-19.
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith speaks with people working in sectors that have been hit by restrictions and asks them what they are hoping to hear in today's plan.
Dr. Clíona Ní Cheallaigh, Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine Physician at St. James's Hospital in Dublin, discusses the issues that the government will need to factot into its latest Living With Covid plan.
Teresa Heeney, CEO of Early Childhood Ireland, discusses the possible reopening of childcare services and schools on a phased basis.
James McInerney, head of the School of Life Sciences at the University of Nottingham, says evidence now clearly shows that vaccines are having a real effect on transmission of Covid-19.
Father Tim Hazelwood, spokesperson for the Association of Catholic Priests, says they would be seriously concerned if churches were reopened for masses at Easter.
Tanya Ward, CEO of the Children's Rights Alliance, on the need for an online Safety Commissioner to protect children, especially in the context of Covid-19.
Ingrid Miley, Industry & Employment Correspondent, reports on the new proposed public service agreement that is to be ratified after the largest public service union Fórsa voted to back it.
Kieran McQuinn, Research Professor with the ESRI, says that mortgage lending rules put in place by the Central Bank six years ago are helping to keep house price inflation down.
Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, on warnings of possible flooding in the south of the country.
Presented by John S Doyle.
Petula Martyn has the day's business news and speaks to Jenny Melia of Enterprise Ireland.
Presented by Darren Frehill.
Presented by Elizabeth Coleman of Met Éireann.
Presented by Brian Jennings.
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.