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    Liveline Friday 28 August 2015


    Kay Browne’s daughter Elaine is in the Irish Navy and on board the LE Niamh in the Mediterranean at the moment.  Kay told Philip about the reality of the horrors they are dealing with on a daily basis.

    Pat Muldowney described the worsening situation on the Greek island of Leros where he and his friends have been feeding hundreds of migrants and refugees.

    Tommy, in his 70s, feels that Ireland has always “punched above its weight” for a small country in terms of refugees.

    Debbie’s son Aaron has autism and she doesn’t feel the school he has been assigned to doesn’t service his needs.  

    Patrick collided with some cows on the M8 and was lucky to escape alive.  His insurance lapsed while his car was off the road and, as a result, he cannot get insurance.   

    Garry feels that couriers have a role to play in the role out of Eircode.

    Pat Brehony was one of the Gardai who investigated the 2001 container tragedy in Wexford where 8 people died and 5 survived. Fatima knew some of the people involved. Anne was involved with helping the survivors at the time   


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