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News At One Friday 13 September 2019

News At One

News At One

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

September is Sepsis Awareness Month, the life threatening condition that can arise when the body is fighting back against an infrection.

Former Republic of Ireland international, Stephen Carr's explains how his mother Theresa died from Sepsis after falling ill last year and Yvonne Young, assistant director of nursing at University of Limerick Hospital Group explains more about the illness.

The EU Fiscal rules, the forth coming budget, Brexit and the future of the all-island economy featured at the 41st Dublin Economics Workshop

Our Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt reports on comments from the Secretary General of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, Robert Watt on the EU Fiscal rules.

Detective Garda and former director of car sales company face trial on corruption charges

Detective Garda David Burke is charged with corruptly obtaining a monetary gift from Stephen O Sullivan a director of Bawn Motors in Ballysimon, Co.Limerick, who is also facing charges. Cathy Halloran reports.

The beef dispute continues as Bord Bia raise concerns about the impact on the industry.

Bord Bia Chief Executive Tara McCarthy describes the current situation as a "huge challenge" to the Irish beef to RTE's South East Correspondent Conor Kane.

Impact of beef dispute grows as supermarket Aldi re-label some Irish products as 'processed in the UK'

Our Agriculture Correspondent Fran McNulty reports how the ongoing beef dispute is affecting the supply chain.

Concerns are raised by crane operators servicing the 150 cranes around the Dublin city centre skyline

Our reporter Joan O'Sullivan speaks to the Unite trade union and several crane operators about their concerns.

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