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Newsround: what Thursday's papers say

AIB aims to get ahead of target on mortgage arrears, RTE presenter fees slashed by up to 67 per cent and Cyprus unveils radical capital control measures.

28th March, 2013
Newsround: Thursday's top stories

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**Dispute** between minister and Garda unions escalates (p1)

**Top** presenters feel pinch in RTE pay cuts (p1)

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