Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly.
The end of Alex Ferguson's term as manager of Manchester United was the subject of discussion on today's programme.
The naming of a footbridge in Tullamore after missing woman Fiona Pender is causing contoversy in the town. In spite of a large petition being organised, the town council have yet to endorse the proposal.
Jackie Connolly's daughter has mild Down's syndrome and is due to start school in September. Jackie believes that cutbacks to the special needs assistance scheme will have a detrimental effect on her daughter and other children in a similar situation.
There was further discussion on the cash for gold business on today's programme.
Reaction to the news that Sir Alex Ferguson is retiring as manager of Manchester United
Very strong campaign in Tullamore to name a local footpath in memory of missing woman Fiona Pender
Jackie's daughter has mild Down's Syndrome so won't get the benefit of vital resource teaching
Leo is in no doubt the cash-for-gold services are feeding the burglary frenzy; the Retail Jewellers of Ireland are keen for proper legislation in this area
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Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly