On Wednesday’s Deise Today owner of ‘Revolution’ on John Street and ‘Oscars’ Jim ‘Flash’ Gordon aired his views on the smoking ban being extended to dining areas, outside bars and restaurants.
Nicola Bardon, Reporter with the Irish Sun updated Maria on her investigation into the “online murky world.” Accompanied by paedophile hunter group ‘Dark Justice,’ she posed as a 13-year-old girl and was approached by men for Waterford, Cork, Dingle and Killarney. After 18 seconds she found herself propositioned by a man.
Frank Conway, leading financial expert and founder of ‘The Irish Finacial Review,’ spoke to Maria about Ulster Banks lastest financial panic that hit the institution. Many were left with no many in their Ulster Bank accounts which they say was caused by “human error.”
Alan Andrews (owner of The Old Barracks Coffee Roastery in Birdhill, Co Tipperary) spoke about he is creating an adult only Cafe before the summer.
Waterford driving instructor Kieran Kennedy updated Maria on the new figures that show almost 37,000 people are on their fifth or higher provisional license.
A Kerry farmer has blasted “mislabelling” of Irish meat on supermarket shelves. Waterford man and contributing editor of John and Sally Mckenna’s (food) Guides Eamon Barrett updated Maria on the latest with this story (You can go straight to interview here.)
And Waterford minor football manager Tom Flynn gave a quick update to Maria on their upcoming match tonight against Tipperary.
Listen to Wednesday’s show below.