Search Results for 'The Last Word'
6 results found.
BERNARD O’SHEA delivers “left-field imaginative, but not up its arse, lovely comedy” according to Hotpress, and it is what audiences can expect at his Róisín Dubh show next Wednesday at 8.30pm.
Mayo Fine Gael TD and solicitor Michelle Mulherin, whose puzzling contribution during a Dáil debate on the X case yesterday, in which she declared that “fornication . . . is probably the single most likely cause of unwanted pregnancies in this country” has sparked a furore that continues to run and run this weekend.
The Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin told The Last Word on Today FM on Monday that Fianna Fáil is not preparing for an election. However Fine Gael is.
A Westmeath man has been chosen as one of five people who will compete during the next nine months to reduce their carbon number for a first prize of a €10,000 makeover for their home, garden, or lifestyle.
While some New Year resolutions are already falling by the wayside, Mairead Carney, a mother of one from Kiltimagh, has found one she can stick to that saves her money and helps tackle climate change. Mairead found her carbon number at Change.ie and has since begun making small, cost-effective changes to her and her family’s lifestyle.
A working mum from Mayo has reduced her carbon number by more than two thirds as part of a competition organised by the Change.ie campaign and The Last Word on Today FM. After eight months of effort, Mairead Carney from Kiltimagh has reduced her carbon number by 74 per cent to claim the winning prize of a €10,000 sustainability makeover for her home or lifestyle. She plans to use the prize fund to construct a cavity wall and insulate her attic as well as towards growing more vegetables in her garden.