On Thursday’s Déise Today Eamon spoke to Waterford City and County Councillor John O’Leary about postmasters balloting on whether their union will accept proposed 50m government investment in An Post. He has concern over what it might mean for An Post-offices like his own one in Kilmeaden if the postmasters accept.
Martin Rogan CEO of ‘Mental Health Ireland’ gave his reaction to the latest ‘Mental Health Commission’ inspection reports which highlighted some very serious issues in St Otterans Hospital in Waterford,, amongst other approved treatment centers.
Laura Erskine of ‘Mummypages.ie’ spoke to Eamon about the contentious issue of kids party bags.
Tallow-based Councillor John Pratt updated Eamon on the response he got after the show yesterday from the HSE, to the questions he had so long been seeking answers too about the future of Dungarvan Community Hospital.
Fianna Fail’s Health Spokesperson Stephen Donnelly spoke to Eamon on his view of the current HSE format and about using our health care professionals to help reform the organisation (You can go straight to his interview here.)
John Anderson former Republic of Ireland international soccer player spoke to Eamon on the news that international football player John O’Shea from Waterford will hang up his Irish Jersey for the last time this summer.
And Muiris Houston, award winning medical Journalist and Health Analyst with the ‘Irish Times’ spoke to Eamon about his recent piece on on whether to accept chemotherapy or not in the final months of life.
Listen to Thursdays show below.