News At One

News At One

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News At One Monday 13 July 2020

News At One

News At One

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

Aaron Brady tells court he did not kill Det Garda Adrian Donohoe

Aaron Brady tells court he did not kill Det Garda Adrian Donohoe

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports that a 28-year-old man accused of the murder of Garda Detective Adrian Donohoe in Louth seven years ago has told the Central Criminal court that he did not kill him

More questions around Cowen offence

More questions around Cowen offence

Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent on how the deputy leader of the Green Party is calling for more clarity regarding Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen's drink driving conviction

Numbers claiming Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment decreases significantly

Numbers claiming Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment decreases significantly

Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Social Protection, Community & Rural Development & the Islands says the figures are heartening and that changes to the Pandemic Unemployment Payment will be announced as part of the Government's July stimulus package

Florida breaks state record for new Covid infections

Florida breaks state record for new Covid infections

Dr Cindy Prins, a medical professor at the University of Florida says that the state of Florida has 'reached a point of serious concern'

High compliance rates for face-covering regulations

High compliance rates for face-covering regulations

Dublin Correspondent John Kilraine reports that public transport companies are reporting a high compliance rate for the new face covering regulations that came into effect today.

Concerns over crowds in Galway city

Concerns over crowds in Galway city

Galway Councillor, Níall McNelis says actions needs to be taken to prevent a repeat of the scenes in Galway city at the weekend where hundreds of people gathered outdoors socialising

Croke Park to host Eid event

Croke Park to host Eid event

Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri of the Irish Muslim Peace & Integration Council has said the choice of Croke Park will be symbolic to Irish Muslims in their 'dual-identity' as being both Irish and Muslim.

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