On Today's show; Shay Byrne will be joined by Enda Kenny, Michael D Higgins, Joan Burton, Barak Obama, Tom Cruise, and Liam Neeson..... Brenda Donohue discovers the latest in Hollywood beauty crazes: vampire facelifts! And, we speak to Karen Brawn, from Tennessee's "Recovery Ranch", a celebrity treatment clinic for, amongst other things, destructive and dysfunctional relationships.
Oliver Callan dropped into studio today while Shay got to speak to numerous politicians and ceberitys across the water.
You can catch Oliver over the weekend @ -
Kavanagh's, Portlaoise - Friday 12th of July at 9PM.
Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny - Saturday 13th of July at 9PM.
Brenda was out in Dublin City speaking to young people about jumping into the Dublin canal’s and the risk that it could cause to their health and safety.
We spoke to Karen Brawn, Director of Centre for Relationship and Sexual Recovery at The Recovery Ranch. It's a celebrity treatment clinic for, amongst other things, destructive and dysfunctional relationships.
Award winning Broadway and West End hit show Hairspray is coming to the Bord Gais Energy theatre next week and our reporter Fergus Sweeney went to Belfast to check it out.
Dates are Tuesday 16th July to Saturday 3rd August 2013.
Tickets from €20 on sale now
01 677 7999.
Tal-Kravitz, Musician and singer spent most of his childhood and youth at Kibbutz Ramat Hakovesh. He has been wandering the remote areas of the world for years, researching & searching for music. He played a particular version of Danny Boy which was sung in Hebrew.
Hedgerows and the Law
Hedgerows in Ireland form important features in maintaining wildlife diversity and in establishing wildlife "corridors", particularly for birds. The commonest nesting birds found in hedgerows such as wrens, dunnocks, robin and willow warblers depend entirely on insects during the Summer months. In general untrimmed, thorned hedgerows containing species such as blackthorn, whitethorn and holly are favoured by birds as they provide ample food and also serve as a protection against predators.
Section 40 of the Wildlife Act, 1976, as amended by Section 46 of the 2000 Act, provides protection for hedgerows by providing that it shall be an offence for a person to cut, grub, burn or otherwise destroy hedgerows on uncultivated land during the nesting season from 1 March to 31 August, subject to certain exceptions. It is important that, where possible, necessary work to hedgerows is carried out outside this period.
It is possible in most cases to schedule and carry out necessary work to hedgerows outside this period. The legislation makes provision for works (other than road or other construction works) to be carried out for reasons of public health and safety under the authority of any Minister or a body established by statute that lead to the destruction of vegetation. There is also a provision to enable the Minister for Environment, Heritage and Local Government to request from the relevant Minister or body details of any such works together with a statement of the public health and safety factors involved.
It shall not be an offence to destroy vegetation in the ordinary course of agriculture or forestry. Also it shall not be illegal to destroy vegetation while preparing or clearing a site for lawful building or construction works.
It is the policy of the Minister to prosecute for offences under section 40 of the Wildlife Acts 1976 and 2000 and successful prosecutions have been taken under this section in recent years. Members of the public are encouraged to contact their local wildlife ranger and report instances where hedgerows are being destroyed during the prohibited period.
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