Brian O'Connell met with a community group in Kinsale that is helping teens to talk about their mental health issues.
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Brian O'Connell report
Yesterday, our reporter Brian O’Connell brought us an exclusive investigation confirming that some asylum seekers are engaged in prostitution. Today, Brian you have more accounts of women in the direct provision system selling their bodies for sex. Yesterday Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald responded by ordering a report into the claims.
Today Brian spoke with more women in the direct provision system who have either resorted to prostitution or are having to seriously consider it.
In recent months our reporter Brian O’Connell has been lifting the lid on the Direct Provision system of accommodation for asylum seekers. Today and tomorrow Brian brings us new revelations about the lives of some of those in the system.
What makes a long and happy marriage – what are the secrets? How can you ensure your relationship runs harmoniously?
With Sean in studio with thoughts and advice were Anne Matthews, relationships counsellor with Mind and Body Works, and author Maria Duffy.
Our reporter Brian O’Connell met with Marie, aged 90, and Michael McNamara, aged 102, from Little Island in Cork and have been together for more than 42 years.
Our reporter Brian O’Connell, who is in our Cork studio, spent time in a GP surgery last week in Limerick where people are experiencing increasing delays for essential treatments.
Presenter: Sean O'Rourke