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Taoiseach announces audit of CAMHS services
Taoiseach, Michael Martin says there needs to be a full nationwide audit of the HSE run Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service following a review of the service in south Kerry. And we speak to Dr Maura Young, Executive Clinical Director of Kerry Mental Health Services.
Irish economy could grow by 8.7% this year -Central Bank
We hear more from our reporter Fiachra Ó Cionnaith joins us now.
Russian, Ukrainian officials meet in bid to ease tensions
Oleg Ignatov, senior analyst with the think tank - the International Crisis Group - based in Moscow
Johnson to face questions over No 10 lockdown gathering
We get the latest from Downing St from our London Correspondent, Sean Whelan
Smith pleads not guilty to terrorism and money laundering charges
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports that 39-year-old Lisa Smith has pleaded not guilty today to two charges of membership of ISIS and financing terrorism between 2015 and 2019.
Remote working law to require 'good' reason for employer to refuse it
Our Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham outlines the details of today's cabinet announcement on remote working while Eddie Keane, Lecturer in Employment Law at University of Limerick, analyses the legal implications for employees and employers.