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Morning Ireland Monday 17 May 2021
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Professor Fergal Malone, Master of Dublin's Rotunda Hospital, explains why it is cancelling appointments for a week due to HSE cyber attack.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, outlines the background of the cyber attacks on the HSE and the Department of Health and how the State responded.
Dr Ciara Martin, Clinical Director of Children's Health Ireland, reveals the impact of the HSE cyber attack on pediatric services in Dublin.
Paul Reid, Chief Executive of the Health Service Executive, discusses the ongoing impact of the cyber attack on the hospital system.
Tommy Meskill reports on proposals to clamp down on investment funds block-buying new housing developments which are due before Cabinet tomorrow.
Bel Trew, Middle East Correspondent, based in Jerusalem for the London Independent, discusses the deepening crisis in the Middle East as the death toll continues to rise.
Tony Connolly, Europe Editor, on the Irish Government's concern at the increasingly hostile tone of the UK government towards the Protocol.
Laura Hogan reports that police in the North are increasingly concerned for the welfare of two boys last seen in Belfast on Friday.
Lisa Hollingum, RNLI Water Safety Delivery Support Officer for the Ireland Region, on how people can stay safe while participating in water sports.
Presented by Fiona Kelly.
Presented by Darren Frehill.
Petula Martyn speaks to Mr. Justice John Hedigan.
Presented by Elizabeth Coleman of Met Éireann.
Presented by Brian Jennings.
In the last in her series on racism in Ireland, Ailbhe Conneely, Religion & Social Affairs Correspondent, looks at how one Cork school has achieved integration amongst students and teachers.
Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent, explores how the number of reported racist incidents in the country is on the rise
Ailbhe Conneely, Social Affairs & Religion Correspondent, reports on what's been done across sport, the arts, and media to tackle racism in Ireland.