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Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

Podcast Series Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

Newstalk Breakfast brings you all the news you need to set you up for the day – from politics, business, sport, entertainment and everything in between. Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly have all the stories that matter, every weekday from 7-9AM.

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Series Episodes

Instagram plans to use age verification to make its platform a safer place for teens

Instagram plans to use age verification to make its platform a safer place for teens

Instagram is testing out new technology to verify the age of teenagers using the platform. This is part of the social network’s efforts to improve user safety and wellbeing. Newstalk’s Technology Correspondent, Jess Kelly spoke to Newstalk Breakfast with more on this.

3 mins

27 June Finished

Average price of a home in Dublin is now over 400,000 euro

Average price of a home in Dublin is now over 400,000 euro

The average price of a home in Dublin is now €429,000, 95% above its lowest point that’s according to a new report from Daft.ie Economist at Trinity College Dublin and author of the report, Ronan Lyons spoke to Newstalk Breakfast to discuss the findings of this report.

4 mins

27 June Finished

Plans for Navan hospital ED 'will proceed' despite Ministers objections

Plans for Navan hospital ED 'will proceed' despite Ministers objections

The Chief Executive of the HSE has said plans to reconfigure the Emergency Department at Our Lady's Hospital Navan will proceed, despite a request from Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly to put them on hold. For more on this Shane spoke to the Clinical Director of Our Lady's Hospital in Navan, Dr. Gerry McEntee and Aontu leader and TD for Meath West, Peadar Toibin.

8 mins

27 June Finished

Should we let the Gardaí use facial recognition technology to catch killers?

Should we let the Gardaí use facial recognition technology to catch killers?

Justice Minister Helen McEntee is facing a backlash from other cabinet ministers over plans to give Gardaí powers to use controversial facial recognition technology in murder, missing person, and child sex abuse cases. That’s according to the Sunday Independent, who yesterday revealed that the Green Party ministers and Health Minister Stephen Donnelly all expressed concerns over the move. But is it a good idea? Liam Herrick is the Executive Director of The Irish Council for Civil Liberties

5 mins

27 June Finished

Does the GAA have a problem with violence?

Does the GAA have a problem with violence?

A classic encounter between Galway and Armagh in the All Ireland Quarter Finals yesterday was tarnished by ugly scenes and violence between both benches at the end of regular time. With this being far from the first time an incident like this has happened on a GAA field, is now the time to address the problem? Ray Silke is a Former Galway Footballer and spoke to Newstalk Breakfast with his view.

8 mins

27 June Finished

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