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Journalist Arthur Quinlan dies, aged 92

The former Irish Times and RTÉ reporter passed away in Limerick.

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FORMER RTÉ AND Irish Times journalist Arthur Quinlan has died, reports RTÉ News.

He was 92-years-old.

He is survived by a son and two daughters.

A long-time member of the National Union of Journalists, Quinlan worked as a reporter for more than 50 years. Tributes have been paid this morning, with NUJ secretary Seamus Dooley calling him one of the best-known reporters in the country.

The UCD alumnus worked with both RTÉ and the Irish Times during his career.

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