News At One with Bryan Dobson

News At One with Bryan Dobson

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News At One Thursday 13 May 2021

News At One

News At One

News, sport, business and interviews presented by Bryan Dobson.

Johnson to send written apology to Ballymurphy victims' families

Johnson to send written apology to Ballymurphy victims' families

Our Reporter Laura Hogan reports from Belfast on the reaction to the apology from Northern Ireland Secretary of State Brandon Lewis announced in the House of Commons today.

Five maternity units 'not compliant' with partner guidance

Five maternity units 'not compliant' with partner guidance

We talk to Prof. John Higgins - Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at University College Cork - and Clinical Director for Ireland South Women and Infact's Directorate - which includes South Tipperary and Waterford Hospitals.

Two die in house fire in Co Roscommon

Two die in house fire in Co Roscommon

Our Mid West Correspondent Cathy Halloran reports that a man and woman, both in their mid-40s, died in an early morning fire at Rooty Cross about 13km from Ballinasloe, Co Galway.

Three teenagers arrested over Dart station incident

Three teenagers arrested over Dart station incident

Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports that three teenage boys have been arrested in connection with an attack on young girls at Howth Junction Dart station last month.

Israeli troops gather at Gaza border amid air strikes, rocket fire

Israeli troops gather at Gaza border amid air strikes, rocket fire

Tanáiste Leo Varadkar says Ireland will use its position at the UN Secutiry Council to get a "common psoition" on the violence in Gaza this week. We also get analysis from Lynn Hastings - Deputy Special Co-Ordinator for the middle east peace process with the UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs based in Jesuralem.

7,000 bicycles stolen so far this year

7,000 bicycles stolen so far this year

Our Reporter Joseph Okoh talks to Gerry Preston whose €2,000 bike was stolen from his home in Dublin last summer. We also hear from from Sgt. Michael Walsh, Crime Prevention Officer in the Galway Garda Division

Call for family reunification for essential workers

Call for family reunification for essential workers

The Immigrant Council of Ireland says travel for family reunification purposes should be deemed essential and called on the government to change its policy on the issue. Reporter Samantha Libreri has been talking to some of those affected.

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