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Blogs

The Afternoon Show - Wednesday October 31st 2012

On The Afternoon Show today, Máire Moynahan spoke to New York Fire Chief Danny Melia to discuss the clean up operation following super storm Sandy. At least 50 people have been killed across the east coast of America and Canada. While more than 8 million people across 17 US states are still without power after super storm Sandy hit. A massive clean up operation is underway following the storm – the biggest to hit the area for decades.  Transport and communications have been severely hampered – the New York subway system is under several feet of water.

The Afternoon Show - Tuesday October 30th 2012

On The Afternoon Show Ian Power, Communications Officer with SpunOut.ie joined Máire Moynahan to discuss the worrying issue of cyber bullying. The youth organisation has issued guidelines to fight cyber bullying following the death of 13-year-old Erin Gallagher in Ballybofey in Donegal on Saturday after alleging she had been bullied in an online discussion forum.

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks

Morning Focus Wednesday October 31

Aer Lingus says its legal advisors are examining strike notice issued by unions today
Staff say they'll hold a two hour work stoppage on the 19th of November - unless the airline returns to the L-R-C for further talks on the company's pension deficit
The action will see flights grounded at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports
For its part, Aer Lingus is denying union claims that it walked away from the discussions last week
In a statement, the airline also says that it remains available for further talks