Northside Today: John Healy Speaks With Valerie Hegarty, Artane / Coolock Family Resource Centre; Craft Fair by local residents July 12th. and services available in the centre.
Hugh Brennan, CEO, O’Cuallan Cohousing Alliance will be in studio with John talking about their 2nd. affordable housing scheme in Dublin and their plans for more in Waterford and Cork.
Northside Today: John Healy Speaks With Labour Councillor Alison Gilliland, for the Artane / Whitehall Ward
Alison Gilliland, Labour Cllr. for the Artane / Whitehall Ward will be discussing her re-election and some local issues including the Chivers site development.
Lifeline: Liam Nolan Talks With Sinead Connolly About Unleashing Your Creative Spirit
Noeleen Reilly will be discussing her re-election as an independent councillor in the Ballymun / Finglas local election area.
Northside Today: John Healy Speaks With Abi O’Callaghan Platt of VOICE (Voice Of Irish Concern for the Environment)
Abi O’Callaghan – Platt, Project Coordinator, VOICE (Voice Of Irish Concern for the Environment) will be telling us about their project “No Place for Plastic” and how they are hoping to get households to sign up to the initiative.
Jackie Haughey from Citizen’s Information and a solicitor from Gibson & Associates will be in studio with John discussing GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) on it’s one year anniversary.
Ms. Gill Brennan, CEO Irish ProShare Association will be discussing how there is a succession crisis facing hundreds of Irish SMEs and how employee share ownership can help.
Patricia Rickard Clarke, Safeguarding Ireland Chairperson, will be talking to John about how tougher laws are needed to encourage the public to “Call Out” abuse of vulnerable adults.
Anita Migule, Citizen’s Information, “Follow up on last weeks Back to Education report which includes the SUSI grant.”
Barbara Jennings reporting from the Solomon Gallery with artist Bridget Flinn at her exhibition “Enchanted Forest and Other Stories”
Northside Today: John Healy Speaks To Jessica O’ Donnell, Head of Education and Community Outreach, Hugh Lane Gallery
Jessica O’Donnell, Head of Education and Community Outreach, Hugh Lane Gallery ; “A Space to Create” an illustrated publication by children using Homeless Services.