On Thursday’s Déise Today, Waterford City and County Councillor James Tobin spoke to Eamon on the new drink driving laws as transport minister Shane Ross Danny Healy Rae “and his gang” as “road traffic terrorists.”
W.I.T Lecture in Strategic Management Ray Griffin and also a co-author of the ‘South East Economic Monitor’ gave his reaction to the proposal for a new higher education campus in Kilkenny.
Paul Lennon, Soccer Correspondent with ‘The Irish Daily Star’ updated Eamon on Liverpool advancing to the Champions League final.
Waterford GAA Stand Season Ticket holder Ita spoke to Eamon on how herself and her family will not be getting a stand seat at the up coming Championship game against Clare.
John Halligan, Minister of State gave his reaction and thoughts on the CervicalCheck story(You can go straight to deputy Halligans interview here).
Road Traffic campaigner Christina Donnelly, road traffic campaigner gave her reaction to Cllr John Tobins comments on the latest drink-driving laws.
Ireland’s best known architect from RTE’s ‘Room to Improve’ spoke to Eamon about ‘RIAI Simon Open Door,’ which will raise money for the Simon Community towards housing.
And Ed Donnelly, communications officer of The Munster Council GAA spoke to Eamon on issue of stand season ticket holders been left without a stand seat due stadium capacity.