Morning Focus Wednesday 15/11/17

On today’s Morning Focus, Gavin discussed with writer Dion Fanning on Ireland’s defeat at last night’s World Cup Qualifier.

In light of the reveal how renters here are also feeling the pinch.Joining Gavin in Studio, Diarmuid McMahon of Sherry Fitzgerald McMahon and on the phone writer of the report Ronan Lyons on the reports findings that rents in Clare rose 11%:


Jean McCabe, past Ennis Chamber President, spoke to Gavin about Ennis being voted Ireland’s Friendliest County.

For the second hour, Ennis woman Geraldine Gregan, discusses on the issue of abortion, and the 8th Amendment of the Constitution following a standing ovation from her Fine Gael colleagues, when she told them of how she herself had a crisis pregnancy:

Following this, Justin Molloy, who is the CIF’s Regional Director for the West + Midlands joined Gavin on the line to speak about the Apple-Athenry Case and the need to change our planning laws.

Ennis Mental Health Association is promoting the launch of their Youth Mental Health Guide and Chairperson Maria Molloy and Committee member Siobhan O’Shea spoke to Gavin in Studio about their launch.

We had world renowned musicians Martin Hayes and Denis Cahill in studio to speak about their upcoming gigs in Limerick and Ennis before playing a few tunes in studio:

Finally, Burren Vet’s John Underhill came in to answer your questions on this weeks ‘Ask the Vet’.

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