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Newstalk Breakfast brings you all the news you need to set you up for the day – from politics, business, sport, entertainment and everything in between. Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly have all the stories that matter, every weekday from 7-9AM. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast Highlights on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'
 
'The Randy Tobler Show' is an issue-oriented, informative, and passionate talk show dealing with what’s first and foremost on the minds of Americans. Listen every Saturday from 6-9am CT at newstalkstl.com LIVESTREAM - bit.ly/newstalkstlstream Rumble.com/NewsTalkSTL Twitter.com/NewsTalkSTL Facebook.com/NewsTalkSTL RSS FEED URL: https://anchor.fm/s/8e0350f0/podcast/rss
 
Bluff City Outdoors Show happens every Saturday on NewsTalkSTL at 11:00 am! Head to the great outdoors and discover a wide range of topics from hunting, fishing, hiking, guns, and off-roading. Listen to the show on 101.9FM, 94.1FM, 991.HD3, or stream us on newstalkstl.com https://www.bluffcityoutdoors.com/ LIVESTREAM - bit.ly/newstalkstlstream rumble.com/NewsTalkSTL twitter.com/NewsTalkSTL facebook.com/NewsTalkSTL RSS FEED URL: https://anchor.fm/s/9c4c18e0/podcast/rss
 
Paul Curtman is a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, where he served in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and the Global War on Terror as an infantry squad leader. He is also an author and frequent speaker at political events having spoken all across the nation from Washington DC to Los Angeles. Listen every Saturday from noon-1pm CT at newstalkstl.com LIVESTREAM - bit.ly/newstalkstlstream rumble.com/NewsTalkSTL twitter.com/NewsTalkSTL facebook.com/NewsTalkSTL RSS FEED URL: anchor.fm/s/8 ...
 
America is under attack. Its founding principles have been targeted by radical left-wing politicians, hoping to transform this nation to resemble socialist utopias around the world. Led by “The People’s Advocate” Nick Schroer, “Stand & Fight” brings like-minded conservative-libertarian individuals together to address the issues impacting our state and our nation. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/StandAndFightNS TWITTER: https://twitter.com/NickBSchroer WEBSITE: https://newstalkstl.com/stan ...
 
Series celebrating the best in home-grown radio drama, from some of Ireland's finest radio producers. Listen and subscribe to Drama on Newstalk on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'
 
Ask The Experts with Iain Grant is an opportunity for you to talk directly to the movers and shakers. You will get inside information and knowledge that you can't get anywhere else. It's a great way for you to get free advice from everything from plumbing to legal. Make sure to be listening and plan out your questions in advance. Join Iain Saturdays at 5pm and you could save thousands in free advice from some of the countries most successful professionals.
 
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The government and Sport Ireland have announced a number of new criteria that sports bodies must meet to qualify for state funding. National Governing Bodies will have to achieve a minimum of 40% female representation on their Boards while there will be increased rules around governance and Diversity and Inclusion. Minister of State for Sport Jack …
 
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has said it is developing a policy around transgender players after there was an objection to a transgender woman playing in a ladies’ shield final in Dublin last week. Sunday Independent reporter Mark Tighe has the story and spoke to Shane this morning and also Newstalk Breakfast heard from Daire Dempsey is t…
 
A new White Paper prepared by the leading representative body Hydrogen Mobility Ireland (HMI), has today issued a number of recommendations on how the deployment of hydrogen across transport could propel Ireland’s transition to net-zero in both transport and the wider economy. Is this the solution we need? Joining Aideen to discuss further was Envi…
 
Ukraine has accused Russian forces occupying the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant of turning the plant into a military base capable of launching attacks. It comes as both sides accused each other of attacks at the site which is Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant. James Waterhouse BBC’s Kyiv Correspondent spoke to Shane this morning with the lates…
 
Here is the link to this episode on PaulCurtman.com https://paulcurtman.com/57-2/ SEG 1: 0:00 THE REAL REASON GAS PRICES ARE FALLING CLIP: Doocy: “Why is the president bragging about gas prices?” Jean-Pierre: “Because it’s gone down.” CLIP: Biden delivers remarks on gas prices, 'Putin's Price Hike' US Cuts Gasoline-Demand Forecast as High Prices We…
 
We are in the final weeks of summer, with in many cases, hundreds of photographs captured of all events but what do you do with your images to ensure they don’t get lost on your phone and, maybe even get seen in physical form? Newstalk’s Technology Correspondent, Jess Kelly brings us some tips on keeping your photos safe.…
 
The number of termination notices received by the Residential Tenancies Board in the first half of the year rose by 58%, compared with the latter half of 2021. According to RTB analysis - most landlords are exiting the markets because they want to sell their property. Eoin O Broin, SinnFein spokesperson for housing spoke to Aideen this morning with…
 
The state will have no option but to reduce electricity demand or face blackouts this winter, as planned emergency power generators will not be in place in time. So reported the Business Post yesterday. So, what can we do to address this looming energy crisis? Don Moore is Chair of the Energy and Climate Action Committee at the Irish Academy of Eng…
 
A school in Sligo that has no timetable or curriculum and lets children decide for themselves what to do each day has said it is attracting students from all over Europe. The Sligo Sudbury School in Doonally practices “self-directed democratic learning”, which allows pupils to choose when their day starts and ends, and what they do during the day. …
 
The government is set to miss its target of ending the direct provision system by 2024. Reports in yesterday’s Business Poss suggest the target will be missed due to the Ukrainian refugee crisis. John Lannon is CEO of Doras which is part of the umbrella group STAD – Coalition to End Direct Provision spoke to Newstalk Breakfast this morning.…
 
0:00 SEG 1 Tony joins the show live from Lake of the Ozarks. Mark McMurray, Mike Marfell, and Eric Morrey are in the studio. 15:43 SEG 2 Mark gives us an update on the Bluff City Outdoors archery range. Eric Morey talks about the best places to fish. SEG 3 Mark and Eric give the fishing report. Thanks to Old Town Country Store and Rockwood Charcoal…
 
Revenue from big power companies’ wind farms is multiplying as electricity prices have been soaring in recent times due to the energy crisis. In response to this, Taoiseach Micheál Martin has pledged to consider tax on energy company profits in next month’s budget. What will this mean for the Irish household? To discuss Newstalk Breakfast here from…
 
With the rise of social media in the last decade, hostile discourse confronts us on our timelines every day. But what would happen if we began to listen, share our ideas, and communicate them in a constructive and civil way? To discuss further David Quinn, Columnist with the Sunday Times and Michael Nugent, Chair of Atheist Ireland to discuss..…
 
A man and a woman have died after a sea tragedy off the coast of Kerry. A major air-sea rescue operation was launched after it emerged two individuals in difficulty in the sea off Men’s Beach in Ballybunion. Robert Beasley is a Sinn Fein Cllr from the area spoke to Newstalk Breakfast this morning.
 
Ireland’s finances look to be in a healthy position ahead of next month’s budget with Income tax receipts to the end of July are up almost 17 percent on the past 12 month. Overall there was a surplus of 5 billion euro at the end of last month. Seamus Coffey - Former Chair of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council and Economist at UCC spoke to Newstalk B…
 
New wide-ranging domestic violence and stalking legislation has been approved by the government. The law set to dramatically increase sentences for offenders, including the possibility of stalkers being jailed for 10 years.In reaction to this Newstalk Breakfast spoke to stalking victim Una Ring.
 
A group of MP’s in Britain are calling for warning logos to be used on photoshopped commercial images This would include the use of a logo on images displaying digitally altered body proportions and skin tone. Should Ireland follow suit? Barry Murphy is Research and Policy Officer at Bodywhys - The Eating Disorders Association of Ireland spoke to C…
 
Late night LUAS services have been ruled out for now by the National Transport Authority, who have said that essential maintenance must be carried out when trams are out of service. The LUAS currently doesn’t operate between 1am and 5am. Where does this leave late-night public transport options in the capital? Jim Waldron is a Spokesperson for the …
 
Mask-wearing for long-distance travel will return to Germany from October to early April in anticipation of rising virus cases during the winter older season. The mandatory presentation of a negative coronavirus test will also apply to hospitals, nursing homes, and similar institutions with vulnerable people as part of these plans. So should Irelan…
 
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Wednesday on Newstalk ZB) The Old Mandate Debate/The Old Three Waters Debate/The Old, Should You Take Your Cat Up a Mountain? Debate/The Old Sky Tower/The Old Tortoise Versus Turtle Debate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Kirjoittanut Newstalk ZB
 
The government has confirmed that electric bikes and e-scooters with a maximum speed below 25km an hour will be exempt from registration, tax, or insurance. The move will see e-scooters treated the same as push bikes. For more on this Ciara spoke to Charlie Gleeson, CEO of Zipp mobility.
 
Public sector workers in health, local authorities, education, and semi-state sectors are set to begin balloting for industrial action on August 29th if new pay talks with the government fail. Talks between union negotiators and government officials broke down in June. John King is SIPTU Deputy General Secretary spoke to Newstalk Breakfast this mor…
 
The President’s wife Sabina Higgins has said she strongly condemns the illegal Russian invasion of Ukraine but that she was “dismayed” that people criticised her call for a ceasefire. In a statement Ms Higgins also said she posted the letter originally published in the Irish Times on her own dedicated section of the Áras website but that she remove…
 
This week is world breastfeeding week and with low rates of breastfeeding in Ireland, is it still sexualised in our society? “Wouldn’t it be great if we could stop seeing women’s bodies — breasts in particular — as sexual things, and instead start celebrating what the female form can do?” That is the opinion of Chrissie Russell, Freelance Journalis…
 
As part of Documentary on Newstalk producer J.J. O`Shea looks at the ways in which the Irish in America were able to assist the flood of Jewish immigrants escaping the pogroms of Eastern Europe and Russia in the nineteenth century and were in a position to help them overcome problems of prejudice, poverty and outsider status in “The Shamrock and th…
 
Licences allowing coursing clubs to capture live hares for the winter season have been granted by the government despite renewed calls from animal welfare advocates for a ban on the sport. The Irish Council Against Blood Sports released a statement saying it was “shameful” that the practice of hare coursing would be permitted to continue into next …
 
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