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News At One Tuesday 12 November 2019

News At One

News At One

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

Two arrested after guns, ammunition and drugs discovery in Drogheda

Two arrested after guns, ammunition and drugs discovery in Drogheda

North East Correspondent Sinead Hussey reports that two men have been arrested after guns, ammunition and almost €1.5 million worth of cocaine and cannabis were discovered during separate search operations in Drogheda.

Cervical Check screening backlog cleared

Cervical Check screening backlog cleared

Health Correspondent, Fergal Bowers reports that waiting times have now stabilised at six weeks.

Central Bank has had to push retail banks "too hard"

Central Bank has had to push retail banks "too hard"

Ed Sibley, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland says its taking the country's banks too long on too many fronts to change their attitude to their own customers.

Ireland fined €5m plus penalties over Co Galway wind farm

Ireland fined €5m plus penalties over Co Galway wind farm

Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath reports that further penalties of €15,000 a day will be imposed until Ireland complies with a 2008 instruction to properly examine the consequences of the 70-turbine development.

Fianna Fail Senator Lorraine Clifford Lee deletes Twitter account

Fianna Fail Senator Lorraine Clifford Lee deletes Twitter account

RTE Political Correspondent, Michéal Lehane reports that the Fianna Fail senator embroiled in controversy over inappropriate comments on social media, has deleted all tweets from her Twitter account.

Australia readies for 'catastrophic' bushfires

Australia readies for 'catastrophic' bushfires

Sarah Navin, a journalist based in Sydney reports that more than 85 fires are burning across the state of New South Wales.

Majority of Irish people believe climate change man mad

Majority of Irish people believe climate change man mad

Paul Cunningham reports that Science Foundation Ireland released a survey of climate change attitudes in Ireland which found that 86% of those questioned believe it is mostly due to human activity.

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