Morning Ireland News Quiz

Q.1
A lot of the coverage of this week's Meath East by-election focused on the low turn out of 38.3 per cent. In 1999, there was a Dáil by-election with a turn out of less than 30 per cent. In which constituency was it held?

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Q.2
Last year, RTÉ's Ryan Tubridy was paid:

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Q.3
We all know about the crash in the residential property market but this week we learnt that 11 per cent of commercial properties nationwide lay empty. In which county is the concentration of empty premises highest?

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Q.4
Aoife Madden, a Newry-born actress, was jailed for five years this week over a massive fraud involving a bogus £20m film. After the tax authorities became suspicious, Madden and her four partners tried to cover their tracks by producing a film for just £90,000. The film, which went on to win an award at the Las Vegas Film Festival, was called:

aoifemadden

Q.5
Ireland's highest goalscorer, Robbie Keane, was injured for Tuesday night's 2-2 draw against Austria but he was happy to welcome ex-Smith's frontman Morrissey to Lansdowne Road. How are the two men connected?

keanemorrissey

Q.6
As you bite into your Easter egg this weekend, you can take comfort in the knowledge that you are helping to prop up the chocolate industry which, in Ireland, is worth:

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