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Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Tuesday October 30

It was a big weekend for sport in Clare with the Shinty Festival in Ennis, the County Final and also an historic occasion for Clare Camogie as they unveiled their own playing facilities in Doora on Saturday 
Fr McNamara Park will host all the counties domestic championship and league games from 2013 onwards and to celebrate the long awaited new development President of Ireland Michael D Higgins as well as GAA and Camogie presidents Liam O Neill and  Aileen Lawlor attended the ceremony with the pitch officially opened by Fr McNamara's brother and sister, Tom and Eileen

Morning Focus Friday October 26

On Friday's Morning Focus John Cooke spoke with Shannon Parish Priest Fr Tom Ryan about the new class of poor that has emerged during the depression
He feels more and more families are falling into the poverty trap with few places to turn and are at risk  of turning to money lenders
He is concerned for people in this state- and he thinks that the instances of this kind of borrowing are on the rise

Morning Focus Thursday October 25

Clare's government representatives are being urged to lobby the Justice Minister to lift  the recruitment embargo on Gardaí as falling numbers have put further stations here at risk  of closure