Drivetime Tuesday 4 May 2021

Drivetime

Drivetime

Sarah McInerney and Cormac Ó hEadhra bring you all the latest news and stories of the day from around the country and beyond.

Donegal SF TD says Covid breach hotline 'not justified'

Donegal SF TD says Covid breach hotline 'not justified'

Padraig Mac Lochlainn, Sinn Féin TD for Donegal; and Stephen Maguire, Editor of the Donegal Daily, discuss a Garda hotline in Donegal to report illegal gatherings.

A rise in serious school bullying

A rise in serious school bullying

Stella O'Malley, Psychotherapist, tells us that there has been a noted increase in instances of serious school bullying resulting in physical and or sexual assault.

Price caps included in Govt's affordable housing bill

Price caps included in Govt's affordable housing bill

Tom Parlon, Director General of CIF; and Cian O'Callaghan, Social Democrats spokesperson on Housing, discuss give their reaction to the Governments most recent proposals to provide affordable housing.

DUP and Northern Ireland Executive

DUP and Northern Ireland Executive

Naomi Long, Justice Minister in the Northern Ireland Executive on the DUP leadership, its impact on the work of the executive and the Northern Ireland protocol

The challenges to serving pints outdoors this summer

The challenges to serving pints outdoors this summer

Padraig Cribben, Chief Executive of the Vintners Federation of Ireland, on the challenges to serving pints outdoors this summer.

Young women least likely to accept Covid-19 vaccine

Young women least likely to accept Covid-19 vaccine

Dr. Jane Walsh, senior lecturer in psychology in NUI Galway, tells us why women aged under 30 are less likely to accept a Covid-19 vaccine.

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