News At One

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News At One Thursday 7 November 2019

News At One

News At One

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

Irish man held after 15 people found in back of lorry in UK

Irish man held after 15 people found in back of lorry in UK

Enda Brady Sky News Correspondent and Southern Editor Pascal Sheehy reports that an Irish man in his 50s has been arrested after 15 people were found in the back of a lorry in Wiltshire in England.

On going boil water notice causing difficulties for tens of thousands

On going boil water notice causing difficulties for tens of thousands

Reporter Joan O'Sullivan speaks to some of those affected by the boil water notice, which covers more than 615,000 people in parts of Dublin, Meath and Kildare also, while Colman O'Sullivan reports on the latest updates

RTÉ to cut jobs, pay and some services to address financial crisis

RTÉ to cut jobs, pay and some services to address financial crisis

Arts and Media Correspondent, Sinead Crowley reports that there's been strong criticism of proposals by RTE to reduce costs by 60m over the next three yearsand the issue was raised at leaders questions today.

Vehicles, cash, documents seized as CAB carry out searches of haulage firms in Monaghan

Vehicles, cash, documents seized as CAB carry out searches of haulage firms in Monaghan

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports that the Criminal Assets Bureau has carried out searches in relation to the finances of haulage companies along the border this morning.

UK Election: Ex-labour MP calls on voters to back Tories

UK Election: Ex-labour MP calls on voters to back Tories

London Correspondent Sean Whelan reports that the former Labour - now Independent MP Ian Austin has urged voters to support Boris Johnson.

Brexit re-arranging political loyalties in Northern Ireland

Brexit re-arranging political loyalties in Northern Ireland

Sam McBride, Political Editor of the Belfast Newsletter reports there will be a much more limited choice for voters in some constituencies.

Facebook "not a community but a war"- Green Party

Facebook "not a community but a war"- Green Party

Mary Regan of our political staff reports that parliamentarians from across the world are gathering in the Seanad today to explore ways of addressing the issue of disinformation and Fake news.

600 jobs to be created in Dublin

600 jobs to be created in Dublin

Economics Editor Will Goodbody reports that Telecoms contractor KN Circet is to create 600 new jobs over the next 18 months.

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