News At One with Bryan Dobson

News At One with Bryan Dobson

Mon - Fri, 1pm - 1:45pm

News At One Thursday 13 August 2020

News At One

News At One

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

Missing paddle boarders found clinging to lobster pot

Missing paddle boarders found clinging to lobster pot

Teresa Mannion reports that the two women were found alive by a local fishing boat after 15 hours at sea.

Successful outcome to difficult overnight search

Successful outcome to difficult overnight search

Barry Heskin from the RNLI says there are huge celebrations in Galway following the rescue of the two women.

Arrest after man stabbed to death in Dublin

Arrest after man stabbed to death in Dublin

Laura Hogan reports that the incident happened at a house in Clontarf in North Dublin early this morning

Martin in first meeting with Johnson at Hillsborough

Martin in first meeting with Johnson at Hillsborough

Northern Editor Tommie Gorman reports that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is holding his first face to face meeting with Taoiseach Michéal Martin in Belfast today

What rights do working parents have during a pandemic?

What rights do working parents have during a pandemic?

Eddie Keane - lecturer in employment law at University of Limerick outlines what rights working parents have if they are unable to send a child with symptoms to school - can they - or should they - stay at home from work?

Some meat industry workers 'petrified' of getting Covid-19, committee hears

Some meat industry workers 'petrified' of getting Covid-19, committee hears

Maggie Doyle of our political staff reports that unions have been telling TDs at the Committee workers are afraid of the virus and there has been criticism of the Health and Safety Authority

Legal challenge over exclusion of home schooled student

Legal challenge over exclusion of home schooled student

Education Correspondent Emma O'Kelly reports that the High Court has been told that a Mayo Leaving Certificate student who has been taught entirely at home by his mother can not received Calculated Grades because there is no objective record of his academic attainment at any level.

Rescued paddle boarders to be flown to hospital

Rescued paddle boarders to be flown to hospital

John Draper, Divisional Controller at Valentia Coastguard says the two women are being brought by helicopter to Galway University hospital

Dog training charity appeals for people to open their homes

Dog training charity appeals for people to open their homes

Jennifer Dowler, Chief executive of Dogs for the Disabled appeasl for people to open their homes so they can resume their dog training programme to help children with physical disabilities.

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