News At One with Bryan Dobson

News At One with Bryan Dobson

Mon - Fri, 1pm - 1:45pm

News At One Monday 28 September 2020

News At One

News At One

News, sport, business and interviews with our presenter Bryan Dobson.

Operations cancelled as Covid cases rise

Operations cancelled as Covid cases rise

The rise in Covid-19 cases is beginning to impact hospitals here with elective procedures being postponed as some services struggle to cope. Professor Paul Ridgway, of Tallaght hospital, explains what is happening there.

FG's Senator D'Arcy resigns to lead IAIM

FG's Senator D'Arcy resigns to lead IAIM

Sandra Hurley of our political staff reports that former junior minister and senator Michael D'Arcy will take up a new role with the Irish Association of Investment Managers (IAIM).

Political reaction to Michael D'Arcy's new role

Political reaction to Michael D'Arcy's new role

Sinn Féin's Finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty gives his reaction to Michael D'Arcy's new role.

Australians living in Ireland still unable to return home

Australians living in Ireland still unable to return home

The new Australian Ambassador to Ireland, Gary Gray, discusses the difficulties faced by Australians here who want to go home. We also speak to one of those affected is Xanthe Taylor- an Australian citizen, who is trying to return with her husband and daughter.

Mortgage break issue on agenda as Ministers meet bank chiefs

Mortgage break issue on agenda as Ministers meet bank chiefs

Business Editor, Will Goodbody, says the CEOs of the country's main banks are meeting senior Government this lunchtime to discuss the imminent winding up this week the so-called Covid-19 mortgage payments holiday. And Michelle O'Hara, Regional Manager for South Leinster with the money and budgeting service, MABS says clarity is badly needed.

Trump tax allegations add fuel to pivotal first debate

Trump tax allegations add fuel to pivotal first debate

Our Washington Correspondent, Brian O'Donovan, says the New York Times has reported that the US President Donald Trump paid just 750 dollars in federal income tax in 2016 and 2017.

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