News At One

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News At One Tuesday 17 September 2019

News At One

News At One

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

Beef dispute leads to 355 further temporary lay-offs at Cahir plant

Agriculture Correspondent Fran McNulty reports how protestors have confronted Bord Bia staff at the National Ploughing Championships.Our Mid West Corrspondent Cathy Halloran spoke to farmers outside the gates of the ABP plant in Cahir.

Cost of rebuilding Priory Hall expected to exceed €50 million

Assistant Professor of Architecture Orla Hegarty from UCD's School of Architecture says we need to examine the strength of building regulations.

Apple says EU tax bill 'defies reality and common sense'

Business Editor Will Goodbody reports that lawyers for Apple have told a court in Luxembourg that the European Commission's order for them to pay 13 billion euros in backtaxes to Ireland "defies reality and common sense".

Cabinet to discuss no-deal Brexit plans as Dáil returns

Poliltical Correspondent Micheál Lehane explains whats on agenda of this Dail term.

UK Supreme Court hearing appeals over Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament

London Correspondent Sean Whelan reports that the court started hearing three days of arguments over Johnson's move to prorogue, the House of Commons last week until 14 October.

President Higgins calls for new regulations for workers

Martin Wall, Industry Correspondent with the Irish Time reports that President Michael D Higgins has called for new regulations to prevent workers from being exploited by what he called a "race to the bottom" in an address at an event to mark the centenary of the International Labour Organisation.

Irish Young Scientist wins top prize at EU competition

17 year old Alan Kelly explains how his project took the top prize at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Bulgaria.

Netanyahu fights for record fifth term in tight election

Dan Williams, Senior Correspondent with Reuters in Jerusalem said today's vote seen as critical to the survival of Benjamin Netanyahu.

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