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Morning Focus Tuesday April 9

On Tuesday's Morning Focus we heard James Reilly, Minister for Health exclusive interview with John Cooke during his visit to Ennis General Hospital.

Bingo 09th April

 
There was one winner of yesterdays draw which means todays prize is 200 Euro congratulations to Caroline Kavanagh from Kildysert who purchased her book in Michael Michaels Centra Kildysert caroline wins 200 Euro

It is jackpot day and today’s jackpot number is 81  if this number is called out you could win or share today’s jackpot of €19200

It is week7 and we are playing off the ORANGE page of your book –  the very best of luck – here are today’s numbers

The Afternoon Show - Monday April 8th 2013

On today’s edition of The Afternoon Show, Phil Ni Sheaghda of the INMO discussed a new initiative from the group with Gavin Grace. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) have today launched a new initiative entitled “Ward Watch”. This new project will be published on a daily basis, in tandem with the long standing Trolley Watch, resulting in a new combined overall measure of hospital overcrowding.

Bingo 08th April

There were 6 winner s of Fridays draw which means todays prize is 200 Euro Congratulations to niamh Coote Ennis who purchased her book in Heaslips Ennis , may power quilty who purchased her book in queallys Supervalu kilrush , joe normoyle kildysert who purchased his book in Michael Michaels kildysert Maureen nestor from kilfenora who purchased her book in o gormans kilfenora patricia nestor from kilfenora who purchased her book in liscannor service station and martina Queally from Kilmaley who purchased her book in o Connors service station Shannon Easch win 33 Euro

Morning Focus Monday April 8

The Health Minister is due to officially launch the new daycare centre at Carrigoran House, Newmarket on Fergus this afternoon during his visit to the county
Minister Reilly will also visit Ennis General, St Joseph’s Hospital, Ennis Family Medical Centre and Clarecastle District Day Care Centre.

On Monday's Morning Focus John Cooke was joined in studio by Valerie Vaughan, Manager of Daycare at Carrigoran House, who spoke about the facilities now in place for the elderly at Carrigoran.

Busy Breakfast!

 A full week ahead this week ........we were hoping 3 day weekends would catch on but sadly not 
 
To make the week got fast we've got lots lined up! 
 
We've got two competitions.
 

The Afternoon Show - Friday April 5th 2013

On this Friday’s edition of The Afternoon Show Gavin Grace was joined by his panel of three local contributors to discuss the major news events of the last seven days. Joe Queally from the RNLI, Rita McInerney from Ennis Chamber and Clare Champion Journalist Peter O’Connell were in studio to talk about all that happened in Clare and the country including; the annual teacher conferences and public sector pay talks.  In particular they spoke about the frosty reception Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn received from all three teacher unions.

Bingo 05th April

There were 3 winners of yesterdays draw which means todays prize is 200 Euro congratulations to Barbra Kelly from tulla who purchased her book in Supervalu tulla ,Noreen mcdonagh from kilmaley who purchased her book in o briens kilmaley and mary Murphy from Ennis who purchased her book in tierneys ennis

It is jackpot day and today’s jackpot number is 88 if this is the 10th number called out you could win or share today’s jackpot of €3000

Morning Focus Friday April 5

There is huge relief as a struggling West Clare business has 'come back from the dead' and will retain a scaled down enterprise

On Friday's Morning Focus John Cooke spoke with John O'Dwyer of O'Dwyer's Building Suppliers and DIY Superstore, Kilrush

The Afternoon Show - Thursday April 4th 2013

Speaking to Gavin Grace on The Afternoon Show today was Michelle Murphy, a Research and Policy Analyst with Social Justice Ireland. Rural Ireland and rural communities are coming under unprecedented pressures and many are fighting for survival, according to Social Justice Ireland.