Darragh Mc Cullagh editor of the Farming Independent and Ben Judah author of Fragile Empire: How Russia Fell in Love with Vladimir Putin, joins Keeling to talk about the ongoing situation in Russia and the effects of the ban on agricultural imports from EU countries imposing sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis
As the country gets closer to paying for water, people in parts of Roscommon are wondering how they could possibly be asked to pay for water laced with Cryptosporidium. There has been a Boil Water notice in place since last April and it was a major issue in the local elections. Valerie Cox was in Roscommon yesterday to find out how people are coping
Rickets is a disease that you may associate with tenement flats and times long past, but it is occurring once again in Australia, particularly amongst children there.
This is down to a lack of exposure to the sun and a consequent deficiency in Vitamin D - something which we too suffer from in great numbers in this country.
Keelin is joined by Dr Nóirín Noonan, Consultant in Occupational Medicine at St James's Hospital who has been studying the effects of Vitamin D deficiency over the past number of years.
Summer-time can be a particularly challenging time for parents of children with autism. Many of the children find a lack of routine hard to deal with and with schools closed, and cut-backs in services, it can be a struggle for many. One voluntary group in Galway which is run by parents for parents of children with autism is helping to bridge that gap, and making a difference in their lives. Róisín O'Hara, who's has been speaking to those involved
Ireland as a nation has seen its credit rating take a battering since the financial crisis but many individual borrowers have seen their own ratings fall as they try to manage their debts. Conor Brophy is here with a guide to your credit score and how to improve.
MMA (mixed martial arts) is one of the fastest growing sports in Ireland. For some it is barbaric, but for those who are promoting the sport, it combines several martial arts into an art form.
Our reporter Brian O'Connell joins Keelin where he has been spending time in the Trials Martial Arts Gym
With the Wild Atlantic Way drawing thousands of tourists to the West Coast in its first summer season, the notion of a hiking holiday has been put on the radar of those looking for a different kind of break.
Joining Keelin to tell her about his favourite walking trails is travel writer and journalist Pól Ó Conghaile, she is then joined by by Deirdre Foley of the Poolbeg Ramblers, who has been over these trails since her days in the scouts
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