PRESENTED BY PHILIP BOUCHER-HAYES.
Colm lives in a lovely area of Dublin. He lives in his dream home. Unfortunately, he and his neighbours are being intimidated and aggressively targeted by burglars. He tells Philip that they are literally under siege.
Marc has recently been looking for a property to buy and subsequently a property to rent. He has come across an issue that is effecting house hunters - the lack of BER rating. He says that despite legislation not all landlords or sellers are specifiying the BER rating of their home. To him the BER rating is very important and second only to location in terms of importance.
The appointment of Joe McHugh as Minister of State with speical responsibility for Gaeltacht Affairs caused controversy recently when it emerged that he was not a fluent Irish speaker. Colm Mac An Ri says good luck to himin his new quest to become proficient in Irish over the Summer months. Aodhain is of the opposite view, he feels that it is an inuslt to Irish speakers.
Peter spoke to us on the show yesterday about being locked up in an airport in the Philippines becuase his passport was due to expire during his holiday. Raymond Garrett Director of Operations at the Philippine Consulate in Dublin talks to Philip.
Liam is the President of the Irish Deer Society. He wants to highlight the dangers of using lamp at night for hunting. Its only a matter of time before someone gets hurt. Amanda's horse was hurt, she tells Philip how her horse was mistakenly shop by hunters.
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