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News At One Monday 16 September 2019

News At One

News At One

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

Beef protests still in place despite yesterday's deal

Beef protests still in place despite yesterday's deal

Midlands Correspondent Ciaran Mullooly has been speaking to farmers in Co. Roscommon about how they are evaluating the deal agreed at the weekend. Cormac Healy of Meat Industry Ireland said that said all farm organisations had indicated to the Minister that there was an agreement reached.

Search for missing woman underway in Co. Louth

Search for missing woman underway in Co. Louth

North East Correspondent, Sinead Hussey reports that a search is underway of a forested area in Omeath, Co Louth as part of the investigation into the murder of Belfast woman Saoirse Smyth.

Johnson 'cautious' as he meets Juncker for Brexit talks

Johnson 'cautious' as he meets Juncker for Brexit talks

Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has met Boris Johnson for their first face-to-face Brexit discussions since he became British prime minister.

Gardai in Cork appeal for information following attack on homeless man

Gardai in Cork appeal for information following attack on homeless man

Barry Roche, Irish Times Southern Correspondent reports the 40 year old has been in a coma since the attack on Patrick Street in Cork City Centre just after nine o'clock last Thursday.

Patients who suffer concussions are still affected a year later

Patients who suffer concussions are still affected a year later

Dr Sean Underwood one of the authors of a new study carried out in Cork reveals that women who suffer concussion have worse outcomes than men.

Inspiring teachers to receive awards

Inspiring teachers to receive awards

Inspiring teachers are being recognised in a new iniaitive at DCU. Niamh Smith explains why she nominated Mary Daly who recently retired fron St Dominic's College in Ballyfermot in Dublin.

Drone used to deliver medication to Aran Islands

Drone used to deliver medication to Aran Islands

Western correspondent, Pat McGrath, reports that researchers from NUI Galway have successfully used drone technology to deliver diabetes medication to the Aran Islands.

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