News At One

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News At One Thursday 19 September 2019

News At One

News At One

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

Attack on Kevin Lunney raised in the Dáil

Attack on Kevin Lunney raised in the Dáil

The Tánaiste Simon Coveney condemned the attack said there would be a robust response from police on both sides of the border

Large beef farming organisation backs talks process

Large beef farming organisation backs talks process

RTÉ Agriculture Correspondent Frank McNulty reports the Irish Hereford Prime organisation said it was worried that Ireland's reputation as a supplier of beef would be lost

UK Supreme Court hearings on suspension of parliament continue

UK Supreme Court hearings on suspension of parliament continue

Financial Times Political Editor, George Parker reports on the ongoing legal arguments being presented in the case

Taoiseach sends election-footing letter to Party

Taoiseach sends election-footing letter to Party

RTÉ Political Correspondent, Mícheál Lehane reports on the latest developments as politicians prepare for election 2020

Michael O'Leary defends big bonus deal in his pay packet

Michael O'Leary defends big bonus deal in his pay packet

The Ryanair chief executive as responding to journalist questions after today's annual general meeting on the bonus scheme which could see him earn in the region of 100 million over the next five years

Fall in greyhound racing attendances

Fall in greyhound racing attendances

Chairman of the Irish Greyhound Board, Gerard Dollard, tells the Public Accounts Committee of the fall out from the RTÉ Investigates programme from earlier this year.

Capital projects stall at Dublin Airport over proposed airport charges decision

Capital projects stall at Dublin Airport over proposed airport charges decision

RTÉ Dublin Correspondent, John Kilraine reports that DAA chief executive, Dalton Philips is warning the decision to reduce charges by a fifth casts a shadow over plans for new parking stands and boarding gates

Applegreen petrol station closes after rat filmed on food preparation counter

Applegreen petrol station closes after rat filmed on food preparation counter

RTÉ's Joan O'Sullivan reports that the group's Cheery Orchard station had closed for pest control after a video of the rodent emerged on social media

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