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News At One Tuesday 10 September 2019
News, sport, business and interviews with Aine Lawlor and Claire Byrne.
Jennie O'Sullivan reports that a man and a woman have been arrested in connection with the murder of 55-year-old Paul Jones at his home on the Bandon Road in Cork city.
Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamiliton said the device would have killed or maimed anyone near it if it had detonated.
Economics Correspondent, Robert Shortt reports that duty-free shopping for people travelling from Ireland to UK ports and airports would return in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Europe Editor, Tony Connelly reports that The appointment of Mr Hogan, who has served as Agriculture Comissioner, means he will be the chief trade negotiator if and when free-trade negotiations begin between the EU and the UK after Brexit
Cormac Helay of Meat Industry Ireland says it is not the industry that is forcing the shutdown but the illegal blockading of meat factories.
Environment Correspondent George Lee has been speaking to Mark Macaulay, Asset Planning Manager with Irish Water.
Orla O'Connor, Director of the National Women's Council of Ireland, says the study provides more evidence about the existence of a significant gender pay gap.
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Presenter: Áine Lawlor & Claire Byrne