Dick Warner dies aged 70

Award winning broadcaster, environmentalist and Irish Examiner columnist Dick Warner has died.

The 70-year-old is thought to have passed away this morning after becoming ill while on a boat trip in Galway.

His career in TV and radio spanned more than 40 years and he was best known for his waterways television documentaries.

His final column will appear in Monday's Irish Examiner, you can read the online version when it is published here.

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