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News At One Friday 22 May 2020

News At One

News At One

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

ASTI 'confident' indemnity issue over Leaving Cert grading can be resolved

ASTI 'confident' indemnity issue over Leaving Cert grading can be resolved

Education Correspondent, Emma O'Kelly, reports that while the TUI is proceeding with the work the Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland, is advising members NOT to engage in the new calculated grading system for the exams this year without first being assured of strengthened legal protection.

Cityjet begins talks on up to 276 redundancies

Cityjet begins talks on up to 276 redundancies

Business Editor Will Goodbody reports that the company told staff unions they want talks about redundancies that could lead to up to 276 staff across Irish and UK operations.

UK to announce 14 day quarantine for UK arrivals

UK to announce 14 day quarantine for UK arrivals

Travel Writer and Broadcaster Simon Calder reports that British Home Secretary Priti Patel is expected to announce 14 day quarantine for UK arrivals from June....but not for travellers from Ireland.

China set to impose national security law on Hong Kong

China set to impose national security law on Hong Kong

Hong Kong based journalist Aaron McNicholas reports that there are fears of fresh protests in Hong Kong after China's ruling Communist Party proposed a controversial new national security law

Ireland cautious re-opening will have implications for recovery-Goodbody

Ireland cautious re-opening will have implications for recovery-Goodbody

Goodbody's Chief Economist Dermot O'Leary on why Ireland could and should reopen faster

New Zealand considers four day week

New Zealand considers four day week

Lisette Reymer, a TV reporter for Newshub based in Auckland, reports that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has raised the prospect of the country enjoying a shorter working week to help kickstart the country's post-lockdown economy.

Dig for remains of Red Hugh O'Donnell in Spain

Dig for remains of Red Hugh O'Donnell in Spain

Dr Hiram Morgan from the School of History in UCC explains how the legendary Red Hugh O'Donnell ended up in Spain

Car detected travelling at 202km/h on Dublin's M50

Car detected travelling at 202km/h on Dublin's M50

Superintendent Eddie Golden of the Roads Policing Unit Figures says that 349 vehicles have been detected travelling in excess of the speed limit during the first few hours of National Slow Down Day.

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