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News At One Wednesday 10 July 2019

News At One

News At One

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

Garda Commissioner apologises to Stack family over inquiry

Garda Commissioner apologises to Stack family over inquiry

RTÉ Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds has the latest following a meeting between the family of murdered prison officer Brian Stack and Garda Commissioner Drew Harris

Beef farmers demand changes to proposed Mercosur Trade Deal

Beef farmers demand changes to proposed Mercosur Trade Deal

RTÉ Agriculture Correspondent George Lee speaks to farmers who are protesting outside the Dáil this lunchtime against issues affecting the beef trade

Heated exchanges in Dáil over Mercosur Trade Deal

Heated exchanges in Dáil over Mercosur Trade Deal

RTÉ Political Staff Reporter Aisling Kenny reports on exchanges in the Dáil over Mercosur Trade Deal and controversy over two docked Irish Navy Ships

British ambassador to US resigns after memo leaks

British ambassador to US resigns after memo leaks

George Parker, Financial Times Political Editor reports on the resignation of Sir Kim Darroch who has left his role following tweets from Donald Trump

2021 census will include 'time capsule' feature

2021 census will include 'time capsule' feature

Cormac Halpin, Senior Statistician at the CSO explains why eight new questions have been added to the next census and why people will be given an opportunity to write a confidential note that will be securely stored for 100 years

Taoiseach apologises over remarks he made last week

Taoiseach apologises over remarks he made last week

Leo Varakdar has apologised in the Dáil over comments he made last week when he compared the Fianna Fáil Leader to a priest who sinned

Paddy Power staff compensated for being denied rest breaks

Paddy Power staff compensated for being denied rest breaks

RTÉ Business Editor Will Goodbody explains why almost €100,000 in compensation has been paid to staff working in Paddy Power bookmaker shops following the company's concession that they had been denied rest breaks

Best chance for marriage equality and abortion rights in NI rests with parliament, not Stormont

Best chance for marriage equality and abortion rights in NI rests with parliament, not Stormont

Patricia McBride, Derry-based Political Commentator and former Northern Ireland Victims Commissioner reports on the latest developments following last night's vote

Commercial food businesses generally quarter of million tonnes of food waste annually

Commercial food businesses generally quarter of million tonnes of food waste annually

New research funded by the Environmental Protection Agency has also identified potential savings of €300m per year for Ireland's hospitality sector. Mary Frances Rochford is Programme Manager with the EPA

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