On Wednesday’s Deise Today Waterford City and County Council Siobhan whelan spoke to Eamon about how mediators have been called in to assist with a local traveller dispute.
Political Editor of the Irish Examiner Daniel McConnell updated Eamon on the latest CervicalCheck controversy.
Thelma Madine, Dressmaker of ‘My Big Fat Gypsey Wedding’ fame spoke to Eamon on how she almost booked up to the end of 2020 with orders from communion dresses, due to huge surge in interest from customers in Ireland.
Builder Mick spoke to Eamon on his reaction to northern building group who were awarded Waterford City and County Council construction tender CTS Projects, who say they will setup a local depot in Waterford and employ locally.
Minster of State John Halligan updated Eamon on how he is holding a pro choice meeting in the Tower Hotel Thursday night ahead of the referendum vote next week (You can go straight to interview here.)
And Orla Moran, General Manager of ‘IrishJobs.ie’ reported on the latests survey that has revealed the shocking extent to which irish workers just cant switch off.
Listen to Wednesday show below.