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In today’s podcast we spoke to Philip Donnelly who is he owner of Phil Donnelly Personal Training (PDPT). Phil Donnelly Personal Training is a registered personal training service that offers professional and individualised coaching. PD Personal Training works in a private studio at 8 Terenure road north, Terenure, Dublin 6. Phil’s background in sport science
Business News Podcasts Transport
In last weeks discussion we spoke to David Swaine who is the Head of E-mobility for TSG Charge. TSG Ireland is a well-established company in Ireland operating in the transport and fuel sector. Formerly known as Tokheim, they provide professional solutions to many service station forecourts in Ireland. They are introducing a range of chargers for […]
Environment News Podcasts Transport
In last weeks discussion we spoke to Robert Burns who is the Director of Infrastructure, Sustainable Mobility and Climate Change at Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. In this podcast, Robert along with Jack Mullen, spoke about a variety of different, yet interrelated topics. Developments in walking, cycling, public transport, e-mobility were discussed by Robert.
Business Education Podcasts Technology
Image courtesy of @Fingal County Council. Fingal County Council has launched our very own podcast channel titled, Inside Fingal. A podcast is an audio programme, just like Talk Radio, but you subscribe to it on your smartphone and listen to it whenever you like, in the car, out walking or cutting the grass, you choose. […]
Business News Podcasts Technology
Pictured Above: Matt Graves, Director at Kalypso, a Rockwell Automation Company Matt Graves, Director at Kalypso, a Rockwell Automation Company simplifies this topic for us. Rockwell Automation, is an American provider of industrial automation and information technology. Brands include Allen-Bradley and FactoryTalk software. In this discussion, Matt, along with one of our
Business Feature Podcasts
In an exclusive podcast, Council Journal editor Jack Mullen is joined by former England and current Leinster senior coach, Stuart Lancaster to talk about the concept of leadership. Moreover, Stuart speaks about the role that teaching and mentoring has had on his life so far. In addition, Stuart spoke candidly about what he believes makes […]
Business Environment Podcasts Transport
In this podcast we spoke to Will O’Brien of Zipp Mobility. Will is Vice-President for Growth and Government Affairs at Zipp Mobility, the Irish e-scooter sharing operator. Will previously worked in strategy consulting and business analytics and now leads Zipp’s relationships with a number of local authorities in the UK where Zipp run shared e-scooter […]
Environment News Podcasts Technology Transport
Noel Rock is a former Fine Gael politician who served as a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin North-West constituency from 2016 to 2020. He previously served as Chair of the Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government from 2019 to 2020. In this discussion, which was carried out (virtually) earlier this week, Noel along with one of our Council.ie representatives spoke
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A Q&A with Tommy Carr from PalletXpress In a discussion held on the 15/12/20, Tommy Carr along with one of our Council representatives discussed topics ranging from Freight Forwarding to the need for organisations to adapt constructive teamwork. Tommy Carr, as many of you might recall was a former intercounty Gaelic footballer for Dublin. He has also […]
Culture Health News Podcasts
Movember is the only global charity focused solely on men’s health. The Foundation raises funds to deliver innovative, breakthrough research and support programs that enable men to live happier, healthier, and longer lives. Awareness and fundraising activities are run year-round by the Foundation, with the annual Movember campaign being globally recognised for its fun,
Business Financial News Podcasts Transport
Tom Ferris is a consultant economist. He was formally the SeniorEconomist at the Department of Transport. He is a former president ofthe Chartered Institute of Transport in Ireland. Tom has wide experience of the public sector and the private realm. Hehas undertaken consultancy projects for the World Bank, USAID, theOECD, a number of Irish Government […]
Business Education Podcasts Transport
Dr Paul Davis is Head of the Management Group in the Faculty of Business in DCU. Moreover, he is the Program Director for the MSc in E-Commerce having previously completed eight years as Program Director of the MSc in Strategic Procurement and the MSc in International Management. He has completed lecturing assignments in top universities in Italy, Germany […]
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Sea swimming’s explosion in popularity during the Covid-19 pandemic has led scientists to call for more rapid, detailed and year-round testing of bathing water quality. In this Podcast, we spoke to Nadia Jones. Nadia, along with her father Gerry initiated The Save Our Sea (SOS) campaign in Dublin Bay. This campaign which has gathered over […]