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Man seriously injured in Dublin shooting
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a shooting at Dublin's South Circular Road this morning. Nicola Tallant, Investigations Editor with the Sunday World, told the programme what happened.
Dublin Airport faces busiest post-pandemic weekend
Dublin Airport is expecting this weekend to be its busiest since before the pandemic. More than 200,000 people are set to fly out between today and Monday, with the airport advising passengers to arrive two and a half hours before departure. Our reporter Dyane Connor joined the programme from Dublin Airport.
Airlines for America chief calls for Dublin Airport reforms
Failure to tackle the delays at Dublin Airport could potentially damage tourism, according to the industry body representing major North American airlines. Airlines for America vice-president, Keith Glatz, spoke with the programme.
Minister Eamon Ryan responds to airline and energy security concerns
Minister for Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport, and Green Party leader, Eamon Ryan responds to ongoing Dublin Airport and energy security concerns.
"No guarantee" over special educational needs school places by September
John Kearney, chief executive of the National Council for Special Education, discusses concerns over the availability of spaces in schools highlighted by the Children's Ombudsman Niall Muldoon this week.
Fresh problems for British prime minister Boris Johnson
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been dealt a major blow after the Liberal Democrats and Labour won two by-elections on Thursday. Jon Tonge, British and Irish politics professor at the University of Liverpool, analysed the situation.