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Speaking to David Thompson on a mobile from inside the closed-off SCR, spokesperson Keith Millar outlines conditions as the protest enters its 17th day. Water and electricity have been cut off by the University and toilets removed. Protestors are allowed out, but no people or packages are allowed...
Tara McLaughlin's documentary on the challenges facing dyslexic pupils and their parents in Northern Ireland.
David Thompson's documentary on what the flag protests mean for Unionism, and how the DUP and loyalists are working more closely than ever before.
Ryan Murphy and Dylan Ruane are live at the scene of a suspected firearms find in Andersons Park area of Coleraine.
'Short News' is the latest addition to the News Junkie family where we bring you the latest stories in bite-size form!
In this show, Ryan Murphy, Dylan Ruane and Bethany Culbert look at the stories making the front page in the past few days. We look at the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI,...
In this weeks show we look at the health minsters proposal to introduce an 'opt out' scheme for organ donation. We look at Conall McDevitt's response to the proposal, ask students what they think of the organ donation scheme, and speak to 'Jill' who received a kidney transplant. Controversially,...
David Thompson reports on the emotive and politically charged issue of abortion. As the Irish government announce plans to legislate, medical guidelines for health service staff in Northern Ireland are still on hold. He speaks to Bernadette Smyth from Precious Life, Grace Carey from the FPA and a...
Ryan Murphy speaks to DUP Councillor Anne Forde at the Magherafelt flags protest. Mrs Forde argues that “by voting in unionist candidates, we can put that flag back up again”.
In this weeks show we look at the new legislation that allows the PSNI to close pubs and clubs if disorder occurs on the premises. Bethany Culbert talks about the new legislation and Ryan Murphy interviews local bar man Scott Cormack.
Northern Health Trust chair Jim Stewart tells Lauren Penman that he believes ongoing problems with Antrim Area Hospital were behind Edwin Poots' decision to ask him to resign. Mr Stewart says he won't resign.
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