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News At One Tuesday 25 June 2019

News At One

News At One

News, sport, business and interviews with Aine Lawlor and Claire Byrne.

Finance Minister warned over economic challenges ahead

Finance Minister warned over economic challenges ahead

Economist, Colm McCarthy warns that the scale of Ireland's national debt should be considered ahead of this afternoon's Summer Economic Statement which sets out Government thinking ahead of Budget 2020

New protocols needed for gardai engaged in public order duties

New protocols needed for gardai engaged in public order duties

RTÉ's Laura Hogan reports on recommendations included in a Garda Inspectorate report, initiated following the eviction of occupiers of a premises in North Frederick Street in Dublin last year

Huge disruption for patients tomorrow as SIPTU strike set to go ahead

Huge disruption for patients tomorrow as SIPTU strike set to go ahead

HSE National Director of Community Operations, David Walsh says management is working with SIPTU on arrangements to try to minimise disruption.

Fine Gael row in Waterford sees motion of 'no confidence' passed in John Deasy TD

Fine Gael row in Waterford sees motion of 'no confidence' passed in John Deasy TD

RTÉ South East Correspondent, Conor Kane reports on the row within the party in Waterford which has seen John Deasy accuse his party HQ of negligent regarding problems in the constituency

Rare salamanders and toads rescued by ISPCA from postal system

Rare salamanders and toads rescued by ISPCA from postal system

ISPCA Chief Inspector, Conor Dowling says the animals were posted from Spain to Ireland for sale into the pet trade five months ago and explains how they have been rehomed after time spent in quarantine

Wastewater overflow from treatment plant closes beaches

Wastewater overflow from treatment plant closes beaches

Green Party Councillor, Ossian Smyth describes the pollution along the Dublin shoreline and says there is an economic, as well as an environmental imperative, to ensure it doesn't happen again

More than 100 children arrive in Ireland from Chernobyl for a month long stay

More than 100 children arrive in Ireland from Chernobyl for a month long stay

Chernobyl Children International's Helen Faughnan describes how the children will be cared for here and what the initiative aims to achieve in terms of rest and recuperation

Scores of migrant children moved from overcrowded border patrol station in Texas

Scores of migrant children moved from overcrowded border patrol station in Texas

Irish Times Washington Correspondent, Suzanne Lynch explains how lawyers found that detained children did not have sufficient food or clean clothes. More than 200 of them have since been relocated from what was supposed to be a 'temporary' facility

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