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Newstalk Breakfast from 7-9am every weekday morning is a fast paced daily news and current affairs talk show which brings you all the news, sport, business and entertainment you need for your day. Presented by Paul Williams and Shane Coleman with Vincent Wall on Business and Alan Quinlan on sport it is opinion led, full of personality and driven by listener interaction.

Newstalk Breakfast from 7-9am every weekday morning is a fast paced daily news and current affairs talk show which brings you all the news, sport, business and entertainment you need for your day. Presented by Paul Williams and Shane Coleman with Vincent Wall on Business and Alan Quinlan on sport it is opinion led, full of personality and driven by listener interaction.
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Newstalk Breakfast from 7-9am every weekday morning is a fast paced daily news and current affairs talk show which brings you all the news, sport, business and entertainment you need for your day. Presented by Paul Williams and Shane Coleman with Vincent Wall on Business and Alan Quinlan on sport it is opinion led, full of personality and driven by listener interaction.

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Episodes

Does Ireland have a modern Transgender outlook?

1/23/2019
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Quite the debate was stirred in recent days surrounding RTE’s documentary looking at transgender issues in Ireland.Endocrinologist Prof Donal O'Shea discussed the issues.

Duration:00:06:53

Will the HSE's new board make a difference?

1/23/2019
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Professor of Health Systems in DCU Anthony Staines discusses the new board appointed to the HSE.

Duration:00:05:04

Wednesday 23rd January Breakfast Briefing

1/23/2019
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Wednesday 23rd January Breakfast Briefing Newspaper review & morning headlines

Duration:00:07:39

Do you support the GAA raising ticket prices?

1/22/2019
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The GAA have increased the price of their tickets to matches. Is this just a money grab or does the GAA offer value for money. Sean Kelly Former GAA President discusses.

Duration:00:09:01

Should Credit Unions help fund housing development?

1/22/2019
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Fianna Fail TD Darragh O'Brien questions why Credit Unions are not being used to help fund the development of social and affordable housing?

Duration:00:04:50

Is honouring the Royal Irish Constabulary right?

1/22/2019
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Brian Hanley Research Fellow in Irish History at the University of Edinburgh and Fine Gael Senator Frank Feighan debated if honouring the RIC's dead a step too far?

Duration:00:06:28

Tuesday 22nd January Breakfast Briefing

1/22/2019
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Tuesday 22nd January Breakfast Briefing Newspaper review & morning headlines

Duration:00:06:57

New mortgage to work scheme a "disincentive to work"

1/21/2019
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IMHO's David Hall and askaboutmoney.com founder Brendan Burgess debate if new iCare mortgage to rent scheme is a disincentive to work.

Duration:00:07:49

Homes wasting water set to be fined?

1/21/2019
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Homes wasting water to face fines if consumption not cut within one year. We get reaction from Solidarity TD Paul Murray.

Duration:00:09:13

Should the government renegotiate the backstop?

1/21/2019
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Fianna Fáil's Lisa Chambers and IIEA and Sunday Independent's Dan O'Brien discuss if the government should renegotiate on the Irish backstop.

Duration:00:07:36

Why are Government Agencies Misspelling Irish Names?

1/21/2019
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People are complaining that that the NTA are not including the 'Fada' in people's names on their Leap Cards. We spoke to broadcaster Blathnaid NiChofaigh

Duration:00:03:29

Monday 21st January Breakfast Briefing

1/21/2019
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Monday 21st January Breakfast Briefing Newspaper review & morning headlines

Duration:00:06:03

Time For The Decentralization of Government Jobs?

1/18/2019
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Is it time to look at decentralizing of civil servants outside of Dublin. Fiann Fail TD Eamon O'Cuiv made the case to begin the process. What do you think?

Duration:00:06:15

Australian Nurses Support Irish Nurses Strike

1/18/2019
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Australian Nurses come out in support of their Irish colleagues as they bring their strike action closer to implementation.

Duration:00:04:47

Concerns as HSE Plans Doubling of Needle Bins in Cork

1/18/2019
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The HSE have announced plans to double the number of bio hazard facilities in Cork city. Previously councillors asked for their removal bins from residential areas

Duration:00:04:07

Do we mollycoddle our kids into bad mental health?

1/17/2019
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Now mental health statistics show ‘Gen Z’ kids are suffering from much higher rates of anxiety and depression than previous generations. Are we mollycoddling them?

Duration:00:05:48

World's Eating Habits Should Change says Lancet

1/17/2019
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Major new report calls for a major change in the world’s eating habits. The report says we need a major shift in diet towards more fruit and vegetable

Duration:00:03:36

Voluntary Ban on Local Election Posters Called For

1/17/2019
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There is no need for mug shots on poles, that’s according to the deputy mayor of Limerick city and council.

Minister Opposes More Garda Drinking Checkpoints

1/17/2019
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We spoke to Independent TD & Minister Sean Canney who believes that more Gardai checkpoints are not required. Is he right or wrong? Big Reaction to this on air!

Duration:00:11:10

Thursday 17th January Breakfast Briefing

1/17/2019
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Thursday 17th January Breakfast Briefing Newspaper review & morning headlines

Duration:00:07:48