Seven Days - March 22nd, 201503/23/15
On this weeks Seven Days, fears that a lifeline bus service in North Kerry could be cut, a new book for Irish parent encouraging us all to 'cop on', we hear about Kerry cyclists who have been absued by motorists on the road & a Fianna Fail accuses the...
Seven Days - March 15th, 2015
This week on Seven Days; A bad week for Sinn Fein as party leadership come under fire over sex abuse allegations, are vandals more than likely social welfare recipients, Paul Galvin returns to the Kerry team and a county councillor says rats are...
Seven Days - February 22nd, 2015
Are Primary School teachers getting too much homework,a number of people arrested after post office robbery in Tarbert and how should the centenary of 1916 be celebrated in Kerry
Seven Days - February 15th, 2015
As arrests related to Water charges continue Ruth Coppinger comments causes outrage in the Dail, Gerry Adams talks about the possibility of his party leading the next Government, a former Kerry Fianna Fail minister comes out as gay & march takes place...
Seven Days - February 8th, 2015
On this weeks Seven Days, Joan Burton visits Kerry, Kerry's National League campaign starts with a defeat, what it's like to live with OCD and bullying in the work place, what are your rights?
Seven Days - February 1st, 2015
This week on Seven Days, should pubs open on Good Friday, could the sale of Aer Lingus put Kerrys economy at risk, should parents be banned from calling their babies silly names and we ask is school parking getting out of control?
Seven Days - January 25th, 2015
A Kerry Magdalene survivor says the Government is reneging on promises, Brendan Griffin says he'd like to see Leo Varadkar become President some day and two Kerry TD's go head to head over unemployment in Kerry
Seven Days - January 18th, 2015
On this weeks show, a young man speaks about walking for the first time in 15 years, Kerry reacts angrily to RTE's new lottery gameshow and the wait is over for Beale as they are crowned North Kerry Champions
Seven Days - December 21st, 2014
Abortion and the 8th amendment are on the agenda in the Dail again after it emerges that a young pregnant woman was kept alive on life support against her families wishes, Met Eireann responds to speculation that a big freeze is on the way, women...
Seven Days - December 14th, 2014
Kerry say farewell to Jackie Healy Rae, reaction to the Prime Time investigation into abuse in care homes, the 2014 property market & and how online abuse and bullying can play a role in suicide.
Seven Days - December 7th, 2014
Tributes paid to Jackie Healy-Rae, the death of a 43 year old man on the streets of Dublin sparks a debate about homelessness, Bressie speaks about living with anxiety disorder and a disturbing video of the Carrauntoohil cross being cut down is...
Seven Days - November 30th, 2014
Cross from Carrauntoohil is cut down and sparks discussion about an alternative option to a cross, why too much tv makes kids overweight and we speak to customers queuing overnight to pick up this Christmas' hottest toys
Seven Days - November 23rd, 2014
The Government in dramatic climb down over water charges, the appalling behaviour of people who took photos at the scene of a fatal road accident, is wearing really that offensive? and Declan O'Sullivan retires from inter County football
Seven Days - November 9th, 2014
Future plans for Rose of Tralee festival, the idiotic behaviour of someone on Halloween, Weeshie chats to the Kerry manager and Water protest charges in Kerry
Seven Days - October 19th, 2014
Cuts to income tax, an increase in child benefit and relief on water charges are on the way, Kerry reacts to Budget 15, thousands gather in Dublin to protest Irish Water, what do you do if your toddler drops the f-bomb? and Kieran Donaghy talks to...
Seven Days - October 5th, 2014
This week on Seven Days, water charges kick in, the socialist party encourage people not to pay charges, why the cost of childcare is preventing many mothers from returning to work and things get heated between Arthur Spring and Toiréasa Ferris over...
Seven Days - September 14th, 2014
Ahead of Thursdays referendum for Scotland's independence we speak to both sides of the argument, World Suicide Prevention Day, Killarney business people aren't happy with the changes to their rates and why are the Kerry waters filled with Mackerel?
Seven Days - 7th September, 2014
Is it ok to hate your opponents in sport, a new survey on emigrate show people choose to rather than have to and a new survey that half of child care facilities in the County haven't had Garda vetting for their staff
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