We talk about the upcoming water charges.
An update on the funeral arrangements for Sean Parker.
Our conversation about JobBridge continues.
Cllr Mannix Flynn, Kenny Whelan of the International Bar in Dublin and Lorcan Collins of the 1916 Rising Walking Tour on Dublin's street furniture.
JobBridge - Does it work? Is it a useful tool to gain employment experience or is it a way for employers to get cheap labour?
Sandra is 48. She recently completed her degree in English and New Media and her H Dip. She is totally frustrated because she cannot get a job because she can't get teaching experience.
Speeding / Cannonball Run
Dermot was listening to the show yesterday in relation to the Cannonball Run. He travels the road from Dublin to Blessington frequently. He tells Joe that he frequently passes at least 10 motorbikes racing each other up and down the road.
On Sunday Noel did a charity cycle. On the way home he pulled in to assist at the scene of an accident where a cyclist had been hit by a car and cyclist was not wearing a helmet.
Anthony is a taxi driver. He picked up a young couple in the early hours of Monday morning. The young man had been badly injured in a Rickshaw accident. He says the Rickshaw drivers tyres got stuck in Luas tracks.
Bob Geldof has advocated a NO vote in the Scottish referendum. He has urged the Scots to vote to stay in the United Kingdom. Catherine is infuriated by this, she feels that Bob should mind his own business.
Finding Sean Parker
An update on finding relatives of the late Sean Parker.
We hear more stories from listeners about contaminated fuel.
Cost of Medicine
The cost of medicine is much cheaper abroad. We hear personal experiences of this.
Can't Get Work
Listeners talk about how difficult it is to find work.
Listeners saw cars taking part in the Cannonball Run which were speeding.
Death of Ian Paisley
The death of Ian Paisley
The frustration of Liveline listener’s with the administration of the Water Charge was evident. Why should someone who has a “boil notice” pay water charges?
Elizabeth’s mother is in a home, and she is now looking after her elderly father who has early dementia, but doesn’t qualify for a Carer’s Allowance at the moment.
Enya is trying to rent a house with 3 others and it is proving to be a very frustrating experience. Prices are going up.
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