South and East Antrim District Journalist - Eunan McConville

South and East Antrim District Journalist, Eunan McConville.

Originally from Banbridge in County Down, Eunan started his journalism career at the Irish News, working across news and sport.

He moved to the BBC in early 2007, to work at the Talkback radio programme.

He also worked with Good Morning Ulster and Evening Extra, before making the move to television.

Eunan has worked as a broadcast journalist for BBC Newsline and as an assistant producer for BBC Spotlight.

He is a huge fan of rock and blues music.

He also loves to watch a wide variety of sport and occasionally even attempts to play a few!

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South and east Antrim District Journalist, Eunan McConville, reports on the wait for work to be carried out on the Gobbins cliff path.

Two years ago it was announced that the Gobbins cliff path on Islandmagee in County Antrim was to get a major facelift, costing in the region of £6 million.

It was one of the biggest attractions in Northern Ireland prior to the Second World War.

However, work has yet to commence on the project and locals are getting frustrated with the lack of progress.

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