Now day three for our two men in a campervan, and this morning our reporters Brian O’Connell and Paddy O’Gorman came to us live from Cobh.
The cost of living might be foremost in the minds of most of us – but what about the cost of dying? As with most things, if you die in Dublin, the cost of a funeral will far exceed the bill incurred for the same ceremony down the country.
Money Editor with The Sunday Business Post, Emma Kennedy has been looking at funeral expenses...she joins me in studio now.
So too does Funeral Director with Rom Massey & Sons, Keith Massey and our own Paddy O’Gorman who has been out and about talking to some people visiting graves in cemeteries.
One in four children learns differently. In other words, they have special needs but how can they be sure to get the support they need in school.
A working group headed by members of the National Council for Special Education – and the report and its proposals have been published.
Paddy O’Gorman met up Niamh Hyland, whose nine year old son is in receipt of special education help within a mainstream school and joining Keelin in studio was Mary Byrne, from the National Council for Special Education to talk about the report and how special education for children could be improved upon.