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Morning Ireland Thursday 25 February 2021
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Áine Lawlor and Mary Wilson.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on a teenager being shot and seriously injured in Dublin last night.
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent, discusses the latest political developments following the unveiling of the Government's new Living With Covid plan.
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports from Brussels on the UK/EU Joint committee meeting and the latest EU Leaders Summit.
Sinéad Gibney, Chief Commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, discusses the Commission's latest report.
Prof. Ann O'Doherty, Clinical Director of the BreastCheck programme, on routine screening resuming following a pause in services due to Covid-19.
Michael O'Sullivan, Director of the Maritime Analysis and Operations Centre, says the seizure of 23 tonnes of cocaine destined for the Netherlands reflects the industrial scale of the drugs trade.
Dr Morgan McMonagle, Trauma Surgeon at UHW, discusses why more action is needed on prevention of knife crimes.
Will Goodbody, Business Editor, on
the sale of Denis O'Brien's Communicorp Group to Bauer Media Audio.
Fran McNulty, Agriculture Correspondent, reports that the State has fallen far behind in its tree planting targets but plans aimed at tackling the issue are about to be announced.
Pippa Hackett, Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity, says issues with licencing in the forestry sector must be dealt with but the bigger questions about forestry also need to be addressed.
Éilís Sheehy reports that thousands of people have pledged to 'squeeze in a read' today for Ireland's first national reading day.
Presented by John S. Doyle.
Presented by John S Doyle.
Presented by Adam Maguire who speaks to Gavin Slark, ?Group Chief Executive pf ?Grafton Group.
Presented by Des Cahill.
Presented by Emer Flood 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.