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The Hard Shoulder Highlights with Kieran Cuddihy on Newstalk. Join Kieran every weekday afternoon from 4-7pm for a round-up of the day’s events, interviews with the people at the centre of the stories – and a bit of craic along the way. Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, pl ...
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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The Cabinet will be asked to consider a €91m deal which will see GPs and pharmacists administer Covid-19 vaccines from early February. The contract will see them being paid €20 for each vaccination administered along with a €10 fee for processing each patient. Kate O’Connell, pharmacist and former Fine Gael TD, joined Kieran on Tuesday's edition of…
 
As the INTO and Forsa continue to meet with their respective executives in order to decide their positions on bringing special needs education back on Thursday, parent and advocate Lorraine Dempsey joined Kieran on Tuesday's edition of The Hard Shoulder to explain why interest groups need to start thinking outside the box.Linda is also the mother o…
 
You know when you’ve had a long day, and you just want to feel really warm and happy inside?Often, in response to that, we wonder what we can eat to make us feel better.So our question now is … what is the perfect comfort food?Naomi Lavelle is a science consultant and writer, and she explained all to Kieran on Monday's edition of The Hard Shoulder.…
 
Nathan Evans a Scottish Postman rendition of the 19th century sea shanty “Soon May The Wellerman Come” on social media platform tick tock has sparked a new interest in the genre and created an influx of people uploading their own rendition of sea shanties to social media sites. But what exactly is a sea shanty ? Dr.Gavan Ring Opera Sing and Musicol…
 
With everyone keeping close tabs on the Australian Open in recent days, English Premier League matches being cancelled recently and Champions Cup rugby being shortened, is it inevitable that elite sport will ultimately succumb to Covid 19?Off The Ball's Joe Molloy joined Kieran on Monday's edition of The Hard Shoulder to discuss.…
 
As the schedule for vaccinating the Irish population was published, Kildare GP Brendan O'Shea joined Kieran on Friday's edition of The Hard Shoulder to tell him why he is upbeat about when GPs will be fully ready to vaccinate.SIPTU's Adrian Kane also told Kieran why he wants to see further clarification on how quickly the rest of the workforce will…
 
It has been decided that the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine will be given after 28 days rather than 21 days. The change comes into effect for anyone vaccinated from this coming Monday and will allow for more people to receive their first dose of the vaccine sooner. Karina Butler, Chair of National Immunisation Advisory Committee joined Kieran to…
 
The pandemic has been an ongoing struggle for all us but for new mothers though the isolation caused by rolling lockdowns has been especially tough.Journalist, Broadcaster and new mum Aideen Finnegan has joined me alongside Dr. Brian Higgins GP in Galway Primary Care to discuss the challenges of being a new parent in a pandemic.…
 
The European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) has given the green light to snacking on worms. These mealworms could be used as a protein-rich snack, or an ingredient for other foods.Dr. Cara Augustenborg Environmental Policy Fellow at UCD to share her experience of tucking into insect based dinners and why a move towards them could actually have an enviro…
 
The US House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump on Wednesday for a second time.This is just days before he is scheduled to leave office.The House voted 232-197 to impeach the president, with 10 members of the Republican Party joining 222 Democrats.Richard E Neal is a US Congressman, and Chairman of the Friends of Ireland Caucus in …
 
Schools and some classes catering for children with physical and intellectual disabilities could reopen in a week's time.After talks with trade union representatives this morning, Minister for Education Norma Foley said that it is a "shared ambition" of both her's, the INTO and Fórsa trade union that special schools open again for students on Janua…
 
Tanaiste Leo Varadkar joined Kieran Cuddihy to discuss vaccine roll out, the reopening of the economy, our new travel rules, and offering his services to the medical system to help with vaccine rollout.He said he wouldn't envisage businesses reopening until March, and the ICU numbers would need to be down to 50 before we could open up.He also expla…
 
New Year, New Goals, Same proven asset class! Jason Hartman invites you to celebrate with him another fantastic year of prosperity for all real estate investors practicing some of Hartman’s proven investment techniques. Following the celebration, we must look for the “what next” plan or goal. How do you build your goals? Do you write them down? Do …
 
What has it been like for the tourism industry in the city that never sleeps?Kieran spoke to John Fitzpatrick, who has been running the hugely successful Fitzpatrick Manhattan and the Fitzpatrick Grand Central in New York for the past 30 years.He told The Hard Shoulder that once the vaccine roll out gets going the city will do well, and that it wil…
 
Secondary school students are calling on state exams to be cancelled in their current format.The Irish Second-Level Students Union have written an open letter to the Education Minister Norma Foley calling for an alternative format to be found.Kieran spoke to the ISSU President Reuben Murray about their call.…
 
Over one and half million Irish people are confident in their ability to speak Irish.This is according to new research from Conradh na Gaeilge; and almost two million are confident in their ability to understand Irish.So do people need more of an opportunity to speak it? Or why aren’t we hearing more of the language spoken?Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh is …
 
Concerns have continued to be raised about the ongoing vaccine roll out. GPs and private ambulance operators, in particular, have been vocal in their concerns.Dr. Amy Morgan is a GP based in Drogheda and David Hall is the owner of Lifeline Ambulances. They joined Jonathan on Tuesday's edition of The Hard Shoulder to air voice their issues.…
 
New figures published by the European Commission show that almost 7 in 10 people in Ireland are living in homes that are too large for their household needs.Edgar Morgenroth Professor of Economics at DCU and Mary O’Rourke Former Fianna Fail Minister joined Jonathan Healy to discuss why so many people chose to remain in a house that has become to bi…
 
The Mother and Baby Homes Commission's final report makes clear Ireland had a “stifling, oppressive and brutally misogynistic culture” towards unmarried mothers and their children, the Children’s Minister has said.The lengthy and long-awaited report has been published this afternoon, highlighting the 'particularly harsh treatment' that women who ga…
 
New regulations on the sale of alcohol, such as a ban on loyalty card points being awarded for purchases, as well as bans on short-term multi-buy deals, were today brought in. The new guidelines are part of the Public Health Alcohol Bill and are part of the government's attempts to cut down people's alcohol consumption. Sheena Horgan CEO of Drinkaw…
 
The number of Covid-19 patients in hospitals overnight surpassed 1,500 for the first time.This means there were 1,575 patients in hospital this morning, with 145 admitted in the last 24 hours.As an example, Cork University Hospital was caring for 126 Covid-19 patients at the weekend — around 20% of all of its inpatients.To discuss, Jonathan was joi…
 
Persistent ill health can be a long term impact of contracting Covid 19. According to a new study by a team of Irish researchers regardless of the severity of the initial infection patients can find themselves suffering from “long covid” after the initial covid infection has passed. Study lead author Liam Townsend research fellow at TCD’s Departmen…
 
The government’s U-turn on in-school classes for 6th years has garnered a lot of attention, but the other significant change was removing the provision of special needs education. It’s a complicated issue - moreso than the Leaving Cert in some ways - because families and the students themselves thrive in these environments, and are likely to regres…
 
It's one year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the decision to step back from their Royal duties.Has 'Megxit' been worth the hassle? Will they ever return fully to the Royal Family?Jennie Bond is the former Royal Correspondent for the BBC, and on top of analysing how their exit from the Royal Family has gone, had some not-so-kind words to …
 
Have you noticed increased prices and longer delivery times on Amazon or other international sites lately?Between Brexit and Covid, there are a few factors that could be at play, and you may not spot extra charges until the very end of the transaction.Jess Kelly has been taking a closer look at what's going on.…
 
Almost 24 hours removed from the pro-Trump protests that took over Capitol Hill in Washington DC on Wednesday, Paul Brandus joined Kieran to give him the latest from the US.Kieran was also joined by Washington DC officer Mark Kirwan, originally from Tipperary, who held nothing back in his criticism of Trump's behaviour, while also acknowledging how…
 
Temperatures plummeted last night across the country in what was one of the coldest nights of Winter.Yet despite the freezing temperatures, there were still dozens of homeless people sleeping on the streets in Dublin.And tragically when a cold snap hits like this, rough sleepers can die on the streets.Last night our reporter Barry Whyte went out wi…
 
Schools will remain closed for the rest of the month, with exceptions for Leaving cert students and special education.Under new Covid 19 restrictions announced by the government, all construction sites will close from 6 pm on Friday.Education Minister Norma Foley joined Kieran and told him that the advice of the Chief Medical Officer was taken on b…
 
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