Bingo 06th December


There was one winner of yesterday’s draw which means today’s prize is 200euro. Congratulations Margaret Keane from Lissycasey who purchased her book in Taltys Lissycasey Margaret wins 200euro

Today’s Christmas draw winner is Claire Reilly from Ennis Claire wins 100 Euro

It is week 5 and we are playing off the Yellow page of your book – eyes down and the very best of luck – here are today’s numbers

10 69 60 57 32 58 39 11 88 75

Morning Focus Friday December 6

The former South African President Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95
The South African President, Jacob Zuma confirmed the news at a press conference last night
He said he passed away at his home in Johannesburg - at ten to nine local time tonight - surrounded by family and friends

On Friday's Morning Focus with John Cooke we heard many world leaders pay tribute to the icon of peace and conciliation

The Afternoon Show - Thursday December 5th 2013

Fergal O'Leary is the Director of Research and Policy at the National Consumer Agency and joined Máire Moynahan on today’s Afternoon Show as new research shows that almost half (48%) of consumers have lost out by letting gift cards or vouchers expire according to new research, conducted on behalf of the National Consumer Agency. In a nationally representative survey of over 1,000 people, the huge popularity of giving gift vouchers is apparent with 81% of shoppers confirming that they have bought gift vouchers as Christmas presents in the past.

Morning Focus Thursday December 5

Davy Fitzgerald joined John Cooke in studio on Thursday's Morning Focus

Bingo 5th December

There was one winner of yesterdays draw which means todays prize is 200 euro congratulations to  Mary Murphy in ennis who purchased her book in centra clarecastle mary wins 200 Euro

Todays winner of the Christmas draw is Phillis cleary phillis wins 100 Euro

It is week5 and we are playing off the pink page of your book – eyes down and the very best of luck – here are today’s numbers

23 64 43 37 54 65 24 46 66 32

The Afternoon Show - Wednesday December 4th 2013

On today’s edition of The Afternoon Show Máire Moynahan was joined by Mark Beazley, Executive Director of Dogs Trust. Dogs Trust, Irelands largest dog welfare charity penned the famous slogan “A dog is for life not just for Christmas.” However on the 5th January this year, the charity received 55 surrender phone calls from people who no longer wanted their dog. A shocking increase of 110% on the same time the previous year.

Morning Focus Wednesday December 4

Yesterday 11 people have been arrested in Kilrush today as part of a major Garda operation into illegal money lending
The five men and 6 women were being questioned at Garda Stations throughout Counties Clare, Limerick and Galway
"Operation Payday" involved over 100 Gardai supported by the Criminal Assets Bureau, the Department of Social Protection and several other agencies, following complaints received about unlicensed money lending in Kilrush

Bingo 04th December


There were 3 winners of yesterdays draw which means today’s prize is 200 Euro. Congratulations to Mary Dowling from Liscannor who purchased her book from Fitzpatrick’s Supervalu Ennistymon, Mary Byron from Ennis who purchased her book from Andy’s Drumbiggle and Trish Halpin from Maghera who purchased her book from Centra Gort.  Each win 67euro

Todays Christmas draw winner is Anne Downes from Scarriff Anne wins 100 Euro

The Afternoon Show - Tuesday December 3rd 2013

Joining Máire on The Afternoon Show today was Anne Rynne and Pat O’Dwyer from the West Clare Taking Care group in Miltown Malbay. The group, who have been in operation for the last 18 months, are holding a “conversation” night in the Armada in Spanish Point on the issue of mental health and suicide. Find Your Inner Strength – a personal story with Margaret O’Connor and Mindfulness and Meditation with Bob Vernon. There will be music and song also at the Armada on Thursday December 5th at 8pm. All are urged to attend. 


Morning Focus Tuesday December 3

On Tuesday's Morning Focus John Cooke discussed the possibility of new 'green' levies for tyres and cars with Director General of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry Alan Nolan