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David Davin-Power (born ca. 1953) is an Irish journalist, best known for his work as a political correspondent with RTÉ News and Current Affairs.
Davin-Power was born in Dublin and was educated at University College Dublin. He is married to Dearbhla Collins, sister of Finghin Collins; he was previously married to Christine Bowen. He has five children, three by his first marriage and two by his second. He is a member of the Church of Ireland.
Davin-Power was one of the first presenters of Morning Ireland, along with David Hanly. He is also a former Northern Ireland Editor for RTÉ News and Current Affairs. In the early 1990s, he served as head of news for the now-defunct Century Radio.
In August 2001, he was made Political Correspondent with RTÉ. In March 2009, he made an infamous appearance on RTÉ News: Nine O'Clock from the Fianna Fáil Ardfheis surrounded by members of the party glaring at the camera.
In 2015, Davin-Power co-presented the RTÉ documentary Gallipoli - Ireland's Forgotten Heroes, discussing the World War One campaign from an Irish perspective. Davin-Power's involvement with the programme was motivated in part by the fact that one of his grandfathers, Frank Power from Kimmage in Dublin, enlisted in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers and fought at Gallipoli.